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Educational psychology prof receives multicultural research award

Michael GohMichael Goh, educational psychology associate professor, has been awarded a University of Minnesota IDEA Multicultural Research Award for his proposal: "Decoding and Encoding Culturally Competent Mental Health Practices: A Community-based Participatory Action Research Project." The project involves multiple agencies, including the Center for Excellence in Children's Mental Health, Minnesota Cultural Providers Network, Minnesota Department of Human Services, as well as clinicians from various disciplines -- counseling and clinical psychology, school psychology, school counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy.

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