BA Psychology, UCLA (2015)
Health disparities, intergroup relations, inequality, diversityBiography:
Kevin graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (with honors) from UCLA in 2015, where he completed an honors thesis project examining racial biases in the attribution of sexual orientation. His research has been funded by the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program, the McNair Research Scholar’s Program, and the SPSP Diversity Fund. He is interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology where he intends to research health disparities in sexual and ethnic minorities.
Kevin is currently a research associate at UCLA Integrated Substance Abuse Programs.