• LEND Fellow
Early Educ & Development, Ctr
1954 Buford St [map]
Room 425 LES
St Paul, MN 55108

Pang is a third year predoctoral student in the Educational Psychology - Special Education program. Pang cares about identifying children with autism earlier and connecting individuals with autism and their families to evidence-based practices. At the heart of this work, Pang is interested in examining the role of culture and how it influences the identification and treatment decisions of families from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Pang is also a proud sister of a brother with autism. As a second year fellow, Pang is extremely excited to be surrounded and reenergized by another cohort of peers who are passionate about improving the lives of individuals with neurodevelopmental disabilities.

Pang received her BA in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.


  • Culture and diversity
    • Cultural competence
      • English language learners (ELLs)
        • Other cultural groups
        • Early education and development
          • Early childhood screening and assessment
            • Early intervention
            • Specific disability
              • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
              • Specific life stage
                • Children
                  • Early childhood


                  • Outreach