Empowering Latinx Students for College Success
A ODI Hispanic Heritage Discussion Series: Part I
Friday, September 25, 2020 | 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. ET
We hope you can join us for a virtual Panel Discussion moderated by Dr. Frederick L. Aldama, University Distinguished Professor at The Ohio State University and Founding Director, Latinx Space for Enrichment and Research (LASER) in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
- Desiree Vega, PhD
School Psychology | University of Arizona
Dr. Vega's research addresses (in)equity in education, focusing a social justice lens to advocate for the needs of culturally and linguistically diverse students. Through primarily qualitative inquiry, she focuses on fostering the academic success of African American and Latinx youth; resilience in higher education among African American, Latinx, and first-generation college students; and preparing culturally competent school psychologists.
- Luis Ponjuan, PhD
Higher Education Admin | Texas A&M University
Dr. Ponjuan's social justice research agenda focuses on Latino male students, faculty members of color, and STEM learning outcomes. He is the Research Director of the IDEAL (Investing in Diversity, Equity, Access, and Learning) research project at Texas A&M University and is book co-editor of Ensuring the Success of Latino Males in Higher Education: A National Imperative.
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