Students Making A Difference Through Research & Practice
Graduate Student Awarded NSF Fellowship
Human Development and Family Sciences doctoral student Camila Polanco is working to address social and cultural inequities in education. She is exploring ways that teachers can support Black and Latina girls in STEM.
Undergraduate Work-Study Program on a Roll
Human Services major Rachel Antwi worked with assistant professor Bryan VanGronigen to gather data for a project focused on the capacity of state education departments to improve underperforming schools.
Doctoral student Diane Codding is taking the knowledge and experience she gained as a teacher and applying those lessons to her research into racial literacy, particularly how white teachers learn to talk about race in the classroom.