Cuiting Li, Ph.D.

HeadshotAssociate Professor, Family and Consumer Sciences
Office: 238C CPS

Current Undergraduate Classes Taught 

  • HD 265 Human Growth and Development: A Life-Span Approach
  • HD 466 Guidance of Children and Adolescents
  • HD 566 Families in Cross Cultural Contexts

Current Graduate Classes Taught 

  • COL 720 Outcome Based Program Evaluation
  • COL 730 Best Practices in Program Development

Research Interests

  • Adolescence, Identity
  • Cross-cultural Studies
  • Young-adulthood
  • Parenting


  • Auburn University - Doctorate in Human Development and Family Studies, 2005

Selected Publications

  • Li, C.T., Wall, S., Loy, M., & Schoonaert, K. (2012). Increasing University Diversity: Perspectives of a Chinese Professor, Her Colleagues, and Dean, To Improve The Academy. 31, (peer reviewed).
  • Li, C.T., Wall, S. (2012). I Left Home To See The World, Now The Whole World Is My Home. E-Book: Global Sustainable Development: A challenge for Consumer Citizens, 3.4. (peer reviewed).
  • Phillips, T., Wall, S., Li, C., & Phillips, L. (2009) Memories of the Past and Expectations of the Future: Young Adults in Romantic Relationships. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 101, 23-27. (peer reviewed)
  • Li, C. & Kerpelman J. L. (2007). Parental Influences on Young Women’s Certainty about Their Career Aspirations. Sex Role, 56, 105-115. (peer reviewed)