Dr. Neda Moinolmolki
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., Human Development and Family Studies, University of Delaware
Dr. Moinolmolki specializes in applied research on at risk populations, specifically those from minority and immigrant youth backgrounds. Much of her research examines the ecological predictors of psychological well-being and academic achievement of such populations throughout the lifespan.
Moinolmolki, N. (2018). Bhutanese refugee adolescents’ school adjustment: The role of acculturation and familial social capital. Intercultural Education. doi:10.1080/14675986.2018.1538040
Moinolmolki, N., & Han, M. (2017). No child left behind: What about refugees? Child Education. 91(1), 3-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00094056.2017.1275231
Moinolmolki, N. Gaviria J., & Han, M (2016). Immigrant families and early childhood programs: Addressing the new challenges of the 21st century. In Sutterby.J (Eds.), FamilyInvolvement in Early Education and Child Care.
Courses Taught Regularly:
Human Growth and Development, Adulthood and Aging, Intro to Human Services, Adolescent Development, & Intro to Psychology.