Ana Mari Cauce, Executive Vice Provost, University of Washington
Ana Mari Cauce* graduated from the University of Miami, earning degrees
in English Literature and in Psychology in 1977, before going on to Yale
University, where she earned her doctoral degree in Psychology, with a
concentration in Child Clinical and Community Psychology. She began
teaching at the University of Washington in 1986. She was appointed
Executive Vice Provost of the UW in October 2005. She is also Earl R.
Carlson Professor of Psychology and has a joint appointment in the
Department of American Ethnic Studies. She is the recipient of numerous
awards, including recognition from the American Psychological
Association for Excellence in Research on Minority Issues, the
Distinguished Contribution Award in Theory and Research from the Society
for Community Psychology and the University of Washington’s
Distinguished Teaching Award.