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University Administrator, Professor
Yale University, University of Miami
Ana Mari Cauce Wikipedia
Ana Mari Cauce (born January 11, 1956) is an American psychologist, college administrator and the 33rd and current president of the University of Washington. She is the University's first permanent woman president. Cauce is the first Latina President of the University of Washington.
Cauce was born in Havana, Cuba, to father, Vicente Cauce, the minister of education in Cuba under Batista, and mother Ana Cauce (née Vivanco). Her family fled the island during the Cuban revolution when she was three years old. She grew up in Miami, Florida, where her father, who had a PhD, worked as a custodian and eventually both parents worked in a shoe factory.
in 1977, Cause earned a Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude in English from the University of Miami. In 1979, Cauce earned a Master of Science in psychology and in 1982 a Master of Philosophy from Yale University. In 1984, she went on to earn a PhD doctorate from Yale University in psychology, with a concentration in child clinical and community psychology. While at Yale, she studied with Edmund W. Gordon.
Cauce began her teaching career as a lecturer at the University of Delaware. In 1986, she moved to Seattle to work as a professor at the University of Washington. After gaining tenure in 1990, in 1996 Cauce was named Chair of the American Ethnic Studies department. She later became the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
In 2007, Cauce helped launch The Husky Promise, a program to fund tuition to the university.
In 2012, she became Provost of the University of Washington.
Cauce was selected by the University of Washington Board of Regents on October 13, 2015 after serving as the interim president since March 2015, when her predecessor Michael Young announced his departure. In 2017, the university settled a public records lawsuit related to the selection of Cauce.
In 1979, Cauce's older brother, César Cauce, a civil rights activist, was murdered in the Greensboro massacre.
Cauce is married to her spouse, Susan Joslyn, a professor and her longtime partner since 1989.Museum of Pop Culture (f/k/a Experience Music Project), Trustee
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Cauce, Ana Mari (1984). Early Adolescents' Social Networks and Networking: Contributions to Social Competence (Thesis/dissertation). New Haven, CT: Yale University. OCLC 36818123.
Cauce, Ana Mari; Hannan, Keith; Sargeant, Marion (December 1992). "Life stress, social support, and locus of control during early adolescence: Interactive effects". American Journal of Community Psychology. 20 (6): 787–798. doi:10.1007/BF01312608.
Gonzales, Nancy A.; Cauce, Ana Mari; Mason, Craig A. (August 1996). "Interobserver Agreement in the Assessment of Parental Behavior and Parent-Adolescent Conflict: African American Mothers, Daughters, and Independent Observers". Child Development. 67 (4): 1483–1498. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8624.1996.tb01809.x.
Tyler, Kimberly A.; Hoyt, Dan R.; Whitbeck, Les B.; Cauce, Ana Mari (June 2001). "The Impact of Childhood Sexual Abuse on Later Sexual Victimization among Runaway Youth". Journal of Research on Adolescence. 11 (2): 151–176. doi:10.1111/1532-7795.00008.
Paradise, Matthew; Cauce, Ana Mari (December 2002). "Home Street Home: The Interpersonal Dimensions of Adolescent Homelessness". Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 2 (1): 223–238. doi:10.1111/j.1530-2415.2002.00039.x.