Annie Tsai currently serves as vice president for alumni, vocation, and innovation at Azusa Pacific, and also teaches social, cultural, research methods, and practicum in psychology. She completed her B.A. in psychology at UCLA, followed by M.A. and Ph.D. in social and cultural psychology at Stanford University. Tsai was Fulbright Scholar at National Taiwan University. At APU, she mentors students through research teams and discipleship groups. She also leads summer teams of students to participate in international service learning experiences in China and Taiwan.
Tsai's primary research interests include: culture, identity, and social hierarchy. Her current research investigates the integration of faith at work, effects of styles of prayer and emotion, and identity development and career aspiration.
Ph.D., Stanford University, 2005
M.A., Stanford University, 2002
B.A., UCLA, 1998
- College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Applied Social Psychology
- Chinese Psychology
- Cultural Psychology
- Social Psychology
Courses TaughtPSYC 400 – Cultural Psychology
PSYC 475 – Research Methods Practicum I
Carl E. Wynn Academic Center, Room 109B, East Campus
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