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Andrea Shannon Mora

PhD Student. Social Work/Psychology Candidate

Andrea Shannon Mora

Andrea Mora is a PhD candidate in the Joint Program in Social Work and Developmental Psychology. Her research interests include community violence exposure, sexual harassment, resilience, and psychological well-being among Latinx adolescents. She is most interested in examining family factors that can protect adolescents from the negative educational and psychological effects of violence exposure. Prior to attending graduate school, Andrea worked as a sexual assault crisis intervention counselor.

Research Interests/Focus

community violence exposure, sexual harassment, Latinx youth, resilience, educational outcomes, psychological well-being

Dissertation Title

"Fortaleza Mexicana: Families Confronting Violence in Rural Mexico"

Education

Year Degree   School
2017 BA University of California, Santa Barbara
2019 MSW University of Michigan
2020 MS University of Michigan
Year Description
2021 Gutierrez, L., Mora, A., Meier-Austic, E., Greer, C., & Inahuazo, S. (January 2021). Social Work Faculty Attitudes Toward Diversity and Social Justice. Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR), Virtual Conference. (ePoster)
2021 Pérez, J., Mora, A., Ibrahim, A., & Gutierrez, L. (August 2021). Graduate Faculty Attitudes Towards Social Issues: A National Survey. American Psychological Association (APA) 2021 Virtual Conference. (Poster)
2021 Mora, A., Pérez, J., Ibrahim, A., Hunter, J., Wasi, H., & Gutierrez, L. (November 2021). MSW Faculty Views Towards Racial and Social Justice. Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 67th Annual Program Meeting, Orlando, Florida. (Panel)
2020 Gutierrez, L., Mora, A., Greer, C., & Inahuazo, S. (November 2020). Faculty Attitudes Towards Diversity, Human Rights, and Social and Economic Justice. Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 66th Annual Program Meeting, Virtual Conference. (Interactive Poster)
2019 Gutierrez, L., Mora, A., & Rodriguez-Newhall, A. (2019). Latinx Students’ Experiences of Discrimination in the Age of Trump. Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR), San Francisco, CA. (ePoster)
2019 Gutierrez, L., Areguin, M. A., Mora, A., Rodriguez-Newhall, A. & Salazar, M. (2019). Actions Speak Louder Than Words: How Mixed-Methods Action Research Promotes Student-Oriented Policy. International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS), Paris, France. (Symposium)
2019 Mora, A., Areguin, M. A. & Rodriguez-Newhall, A. (2019). Utilizing Action Research to Promote Student-Oriented Policy. The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) 2019 Conference, San Diego, CA. (Symposium)
2019 Montoro, J. & Mora, A. (2019) Familismo as a Protective Factor from Stressors Faced by Latinx Adolescents. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Baltimore, MD. (Poster)
2019 Montoro, J. & Mora, A. (2019) Familismo as a Protective Factor from Stressors Faced by Latinx Adolescents. Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Baltimore, MD. (Poster)
2019 Glover-Reed, B., Mora, A., Giza, K. A. & Baughman, M. (2019). Using Critical and Intersectionality Frames to Illuminate New Possibilities: We’re Part-way There!. Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 65th Annual Program Meeting, Denver, CO. (Panel)
2019 Gutierrez, L., Mora, A. & Rodriguez-Newhall, A. (2019). Latinx Students’ (Under)Utilization of Campus Resources. Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) 65th Annual Program Meeting, Denver, CO. (Panel)
2018 Mora, A., Fike, K., & Montoro, J. (2018). Community Violence Exposure and Sexual Harassment Effects on Latino/a Adolescents. The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI) 2018 Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. (Symposium)

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