Gabriel Kuperminc

kupermincGABRIEL KUPERMINC is a Professor of Psychology and Public Health. He directs the doctoral program in community psychology and chairs the university’s interdisciplinary initiative on Resilient Youth (http://resy.gsu.edu). Dr. Kuperminc is currently leading (with Dr. Chris Henrich) the development and implementation of a statewide evaluation of Georgia’s 21st Century Community Learning Centers, serves on the statewide evaluation team for the Georgia Family Connection Partnership, and is a co-investigators on a federally funded longitudinal study of parenting and adolescent development among Latinx youth from immigrant families. He recently completed two federally funded evaluations of school and community based youth mentoring programs. He is Associate Chair of the research board for the National Mentoring Resource Center. He has served as an expert panelist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on youth development approaches to promoting adolescent sexual health. As PI and Co-PI on numerous grants and contracts from federal, state, and private sources, he has conducted large- and small-scale evaluations using methods ranging from qualitative case studies to randomized trials. Dr. Kuperminc is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Adolescent Research and an Action Editor for the Journal of Community Psychology. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Community Research and Action, and the Society for Applied Anthropology. In his spare time, Dr. Kuperminc enjoys spending time with family, hiking, playing guitar, photography, and traveling. For more information please visit: http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwpsy/kuperminc.html. Contact: gkuperminc@gsu.edu