Michelle Lopez, M.A.
Assistant Dean, Division of Undergraduate Studies
Interests: Retention of Underrepresented Students, STEM and Behavioral Science Outreach, Pre-Graduate School Advising
As the adviser for the Psychology MORE Program, Michelle consulted for and directed research training grants that promote and support community college and SDSU student success. Her efforts retain students in the biomedical/behavioral fields, connect students to resources and mentors early in their professional development, and help advance students into graduate programs. Michelle's commitment to mentoring continues to empower and inspire students from all walks of life.
Emilio Ulloa, Ph.D.
Interests: Social Psychology, Dating Violence
As director of Undergraduate Advising, Dr. Ulloa supports the Psychology MORE Program by providing community college students with access to the Psychology Advising Office. This office allows students to gain access to the resources they need for academic success.
Interests: Rehabilitation and psychotherapy
Tonetta transferred to SDSU in Spring 2010. She is a first generation college student, single mother and the award winner of the Student of Distinction, 2011. She also attended City College, Grossmont, and Cuyamaca. A member of Psi Beta and Psi Chi, Tonetta is the current Psi Chi President of the SDSU Chapter. Tonetta currently works as an Inspirational Speaker and is the owner of two small businesses and one non-profit organization, Alwayz Sistaz. She is working on her BA in Psychology and her academic goal is to attend SDSU’s Rehabilitation Counseling MA program. Her career goal is working with youth and providing psychotherapy.
Interests: Clinical Psychology
Carl transferred from San Diego Mesa College in Fall 2011. She is currently working at the Child and Adolescent Anxiety and Mood Program under the supervision of Dr. V. Robin Weersing. One of her aspirations is to help provide access to resources reducing the issues of health disparities particularly on anxiety and mood disorders with an integration of multicultural perspectives. Carl plans to apply to graduate schools in Fall 2013.
I'm in my Senior Year at SDSU. I transferred from College of the Sequoias in Visalia, California. My focus in psychology is adolescents. I want to become a school counselor. After gradation, I intend to work with autistic children before I head into my Master's degree in school counseling. Once I complete my Master's degree I plan on earning my teaching credential for English and spend a few years as a high school English teacher before moving into my career as a school counselor. I'm currently volunteering with Aces Academy and the President of Psychology Club.