AYSEM R. SENYUREKLI Zayed University – Dubai, United Arab Emirates E-mail: [email protected]
EDUCATION Ph.D., Family Social Science (FSoS), with Distinction, University of Minnesota (UMN), June 2007
Certification in Preparing Future Faculty Program Certification in WebCT On-line Course Preparation Program
M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT), University of San Diego (USD), August 2002
B.S., Applied Psychology, with Distinction, Montana State University (MSU), May 2000 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Transnational Families, lead investigator Aysem R. Senyurekli, Ph.D., UMN, 2005-2007 Immigrant Family Strengths, lead investigator Daniel F. Detzner, Ph.D., UMN, 2002-2007 Immigrant Women from Turkey, lead investigator, Aysem R. Senyurekli, M.A., UMN, 2005-2006 On-line Professional Development, lead investigator Jodi Dworkin, Ph.D., UMN, 2005 Parents Forever Divorce Education Curriculum, lead investigator Jodi Dworkin, Ph.D., UMN, 2003 Families with Special Needs, lead investigator Moises Barón, Ph.D., USD, 2002 Stress and Caffeine, lead investigator Aysem R. Karahan (now Senyurekli), B.S., USD, 2001 Equity and Satisfaction, lead investigator Aysem R. Karahan (now Senyurekli), B.S., MSU, 2000 Sexual Assault on Campus, lead investigator Aysem R. Karahan (now Senyurekli), B.S., MSU, 1998 RESEARCH INTERESTS Impact of Immigration Policy on the Well-Being of Immigrant and Refugee Families Intergenerational Relationships in Transnational Families Impact of Public Policy on the Well-Being of Children and Families REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Senyurekli, A. R. & Menjivar, C. (in press). Turkish Immigrants’ Hopes and Fears Around Return
Migration. International Migration.
Detzner, D. F., Şenyürekli, A. R., Yang, P. D., & Sheikh, K. S. (2009). Strengths of Hmong and Somali
Refugee Families in the United States, in Dalla, R., Defrain, J., Johnson, J., and Abbott, D. (eds) Strengths and Challenges of New Immigrant Families: Implications for Research, Education, Policy, and Services, pp. 135-154. Lexington Books.
Şenyürekli, A. R. & Detzner, D. F. (2009). Communication Dynamics of the Transnational Family.
Marriage and Family Review, 45, 807-824.
Detzner, D. F., Senyurekli, A. R., & Xiong, Z. B. (2008). Escape from Harm’s Way: The Experiences of
Southeast Asian Elders and their Families. Hmong Studies Journal 9, 30 pages. Published on-line at: http://www.hmongstudies.org/HSJ9OnlinePR.html.
Şenyürekli, A. R. & Detzner, D. F. (2008). Intergenerational Relationships in a Transnational
Context: The Case of Turkish Families. Family Relations: Special Issue on Transnational Families 57(4), 457-467.
Şenyürekli, A. R. (2007). A Profile of Immigrant Women from Turkey in the United States, in
Balgamis, D. and Karpat, K. (eds) Turkish Migration to the United States: From Ottoman Times to the Present.
Şenyürekli, A. R. (2006). A Profile of Immigrant Women from Turkey in the United States.
International Journal of Turkish Studies, 12 (1&2), 117-132.
Senyurekli, A. R., Dworkin, J., & Dickinson, J. (2006). On-line Professional Development for
Extension Educators. Journal of Extension 44 (3). Article 3RIB1.
Dworkin, J. & Karahan (now Senyurekli), A. R. (2005). Parents Forever: Evaluation of a
Divorce Education Curriculum. Journal of Extension 43 (1). Article 1RIB6
PRESENTATIONS Immigration 101 (as staff member at The Advocates for Human Rights), 2008
Multiple locations, including university courses, organizations, and conferences
Intergenerational Relationships in Transnational Families (1st author, Paper), 2006
National Conference on Family Relations, Minneapolis, MN
A Profile of Turkish Immigrant Women and their Families (1st author, Paper), 2005
National Conference on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ
Immigrant Family Strengths (2nd author, Paper), 2005
National Conference on Family Relations, Phoenix, AZ
Parents Forever: A Divorce Education Curriculum (2nd author, Report), 2003
University of Minnesota Extension Service, St. Paul, MN
Race, Culture, & Ethnicity in Self of the Therapist, 2003
TEACHING EXPERIENCE Adjunct Professor, Global Awareness, Zayed University - Dubai, 2010 Guest lecturer for Ted Bowman, Grief and Loss, University of St. Thomas, 2007 & 2009 Instructor, Family Policy, UMN, 2007-2008 Instructor, Multicultural Studies of the Family, St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, 2007 Instructor, Families & Couples in Society, St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, 2007 Instructor, Coming to America: Families and International Migration, UMN, 2006 Instructor, Immigrant Families in Context, UMN, 2005 Guest lecturer for Virginia Zuiker, Ph.D., Family Resource Management, UMN, 2005 Teaching Intern for Dan Detzner, Ph.D., Relationships in Immigrant Families, UMN, 2004 Teaching Assistant for Liz Wieling, Ph.D., Family Psychology, UMN, 2003 Teaching Assistant for Virginia Zuiker, Ph.D., Personal and Family Finance, UMN, 2003 Teaching Assistant for Virginia Zuiker, Ph.D., Family Resource Management, UMN, 2002 Student Fellow for Honors course on Knowledge, MSU, 2000 Teaching Assistant for Fred Whitford, M.A., Abnormal Psychology, MSU, 2000 TEACHING INTERESTS Transnationalism and the Family Family Policy Immigrant and Refugee Families SERVICE ACTIVITIES Reviewer, Family Relations Journal, 2009 Reader, Master’s Thesis for Graduate Student, St. Mary’s University, 2008 Discussant, Ethnic Minorities section of National Council on Family Relations, 2006 Reviewer, Ethnic Minorities section of National Council on Family Relations, 2006 Student Representative, Graduate Faculty Meetings, FSoS, UMN, 2004-2006
Member, Diversity Task Force, College of Human Ecology, UMN, 2004 Secretary, UMN Student Council on Family Relations, 2003-2004 Volunteer, Conference of the American Association on MFT, 2001-2002 WORKSHOPS AND CONFERENCES ATTENDED Our Common Future: A Business Case for Immigration in Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, 2008 Human Rights Law and Policy Conference, St. Paul, MN, 2008 Past, Present, and Future of Immigration Policy Enforcement, St. Paul, MN, 2008 Addressing the Best Interests of Children in Immigrant and Refugee Families, Minneapolis, MN, 2008 Minnesota Meeting on Immigration, Minneapolis, MN, 2008 Health Promotion & Prevention of Disparities for Refugee/Immigrant Communities, St. Paul, MN, 2008 Human Rights Institute, New York, NY, 2008 Helping Lawyers Understand the Muslim-American Community Today, Minneapolis, MN, 2008 National Conference on Family Relations, various locations, 2002-2006 Coordinating Meetings & Conferences, UMN Continuing Education Center, St. Paul, MN, 2005 Finding Statistical and Government Publications, UMN Libraries, Minneapolis, MN, 2004 How to Find Funding in the Social Sciences, UMN Libraries, Minneapolis, MN, 2003 & 2004 Building Strong Relationships, CalWORKs, San Diego, CA, 2002 Motivational Interviewing & Working with Difficult People, CalWORKs, San Diego, CA, 2001 OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE Program Associate, The Advocates for Human Rights, Minneapolis, MN, 2007-2008 Administrative Fellow for Beth Emshoff, College of Human Ecology, UMN, 2003-2005 Graduate Assistant for Stacy Miller, Office of Academic Publications, USD, 2001-2002 MFT Trainee, University of CA-San Diego Outpatient Psychiatry, 2001-2002 Co-facilitated groups for “Depressed Men and Women” & “Survivors of Violent Loss” COMPUTER SKILLS Qualitative: MAXQDA-2 and InViVo Software for Qualitative Data Analysis Quantitative: Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) Other: Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint, Constant Contact LANGUAGE SKILLS Fluent in English and Turkish Conversational Spanish HONORS Inducted into Phi Upsilon Omicron National Honor Society, UMN, 2005 Graduated with University Honors Degree, MSU, 2000 Honored on President’s List for 4.0 GPA, MSU, 1998-2000 Inducted into Psi-Chi Honor Society, MSU, 1999 Received Music Scholarship, MSU, 1998
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