Department of Family Studies and Community Development

Faculty and Staff

Andrew Quach, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Office:   College of Liberal Arts Building, Room 2235
Phone:   410-704-2032
Fax:   410-704-3612

Andrew Quach, Ph.D.


Ph.D.: Family Science, University of Maryland
M.A.: Marriage and Family Therapy, University of Maryland
B.A.: Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Maryland

Courses Taught

FMST 301 Family Relationships
FMST 302 Theories of Family Functioning

Professional Interests

  • Relationships between first and second generation members in Asian American families
  • Mental Health

Research Interests

  • Asian American family dynamics
  • Asian American mental health

Recent Publications

Quach, A.S., Todd, M.E., Hepp, B.W., Mancini, K.L.D. (2013). Conceptualizing sexual identity development: Implications for Chinese international students. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 9 (3), 254-272.

Quach, A.S., & Hall, D.H. (2013). Chinese American attitudes toward therapy: Effects of gender, shame, and acculturation. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3 (11), 209-222.

Vejar, C. M., Quach, A.S. (2013, in press). Sex slavery in Thailand. Social Development Issues Journal, 35 (2).

Quach, A.S., Epstein, N.B., Riley, P.J, Falconier, M.K., Fang, X. (2013, in press). Effects of parental warmth and academic pressure on anxiety and depression symptoms in Chinese adolescents, Journal of Child and Family Studies.






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