Spring 2019

  • The Culture Collab attends the Seattle Asian American Film Festival 2019 to learn about how Asian Americans are represented in Asian American-made films.

  • Dr. Fryberg receives the Award for Distinguished Service to the Society at the 2019 SPSP Convention.
  • The Culture Collaboratory attends the 2019 SPSP Convention in Portland, OR.
  • The Culture Collab welcomes new lab manager, Hannah Ramil.

Talks and Posters:

  • Brady, L. M., Kitayama, S., & Chartier, C. (2019, February). The role of (cross)cultural research in robust and replicable psychological science. Roundtable on generalizability & replication.
  • Burris, I., Brady, L. M., & Fryberg, S. A. (2019, February). We shall overcome: Finding strength through adversity. Poster session.
  • Burris, I., Brady, L. M., Fryberg, S. A. (2019, February). Social class moderates effects of parent growth mindset on children’s academic outcomes. Poster session.
  • Dai, D. J., Eason, A., Fryberg, S. A. (2019, February). How stereotypes and invisibility shape bias towards Native Americans. Poster session.
  • Dai, D. J. (2019, February). #NotAllWhites: White liberals disidentify from their racial ingroup under group-image threat. Symposium.
  • Leong, S., Brady, L. M., & Shoda, Y. (2019, February). Cultural models of family: How race and generation status affect the perceived role of family in college. Poster session.
  • Yang, J. Y., Brady, L. M., & Fryberg, S. A. (2019, February). Seize the A: Interdependence explains college students’ perceived parent performance goals. Poster session.

Fall 2018

Spring 2018

  • Honors student Suyi Leong wins the Mary Gates Research Scholarship for her research on the Cultural Model of Family.
  • Honors student Suyi Leong presents at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium.
  • Dr. Fryberg & Post Doc Laura Brady win a grant from the National Science Foundation on creating cultural change.
  • Graduate students Imani Burris and Doris Dai present at the UW Psychology Research Festival and Social Brown Bag.

Fall 2017

  • The Culture Collab welcomes new graduate students – Imani Burris and Doris Dai.
  • Ph.D. student Imani Burris and Lab Manager Jenny Yang attend the 2017 Mindset Scholars Network Convening.
  • The lab organizes its first field trip to the Doctors Without Borders – Forced From Home Exhibition to learn about the migrant crisis.


Spring 2017

  • Dr. Fryberg & Post Doc Laura Brady win a grant from the Mindset Scholars Network.
  • Dr. Fryberg & Ph.D. students Arianne Eason and Adriana Germano win a grant from the Reclaiming Native Truth Project on uncovering biases toward Native Americans.
  • Dr. Fryberg delivers talk at SPSP’s Intervention Science pre-conference on our lab’s newly developed cultural interventions.
  • ​Post Doc Laura Brady presents her new research on scaling up cultural interventions at SPSP’s Intervention Science pre-conference.
  • Ph.D. student Adriana Germano presents talk, Tailoring Mindset Interventions for First-Generation College Students: A Cultural Fit Approach, in symposium at SPSP.

​Fall 2016

  • The Culture Collab welcomes new Post Doc Laura Brady and new lab manager Jenny Yang.

Summer 2016

  • Dr. Fryberg delivers talk, Culturally Grounded Interventions to Enhance Academic Performance for Native Students, at the Society for the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity, and Race Research at Stanford University.
  • ​​Ph.D. student Laura Brady defends her dissertation, Investigating Social Mobility: Cultural Frames and Cultural Frame Switching in First-Generation College Students. Congratulations Dr. Brady!
Dr. Fryberg and the newly minted Dr. Laura Brady at Laura’s dissertation toast, July 2016

Spring 2016

  • Ph.D. student Adriana Germano delivers talk about her research on culturally tailored growth mindset interventions for first-generation college students at the UW Research Festival.
  • Dr. Fryberg teaches seminar on improving education for Native Students at the University of Otago, New Zealand.
  • Dr. Fryberg gives an Allen L. Edwards lecture at the University of Washington on Understanding and Legitimizing How Indigenous Children Learn.
  • Dr. Fryberg serves on Panel at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism on Native American Stereotypes and Mascots in Sports.
  • Dr. Fryberg & Ph.D. student Laura Brady win a grant from The Raikes Foundation for their work titled, Moving Beyond Changing Mindsets: Creating a Culture of Growth in Schools.
Dr. Fryberg and Ph.D. student Adriana Germano at Adriana’s first year talk, June 2016