Jen Koide is a doctoral student in the clinical and school psychology program at the University of Virginia. In 2021, Koide began her graduate studies in clinical and school psychology working with Michael Lyons. Her research interests include promoting positive youth development, youth ethnic-racial identity formation and designing culturally responsive practices.
Koide graduated from Middlebury College in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology and minors in education studies and Spanish. After graduation, Koide worked as a research assistant at the PEAR (Partnerships in Education and Resilience) Institute and completed a Master of Arts in clinical psychology at Teachers College, Columbia University. She encourages interested applicants to reach out with questions regarding the application process.
M.A., Teachers College, 2021
B.A., Middlebury College, 2017
- Positive youth development
- Racial-ethnic identity formation