My research agenda uncovers and links the manifestations of racialization within educational environments to broader patterns of social inequalities in society by elaborating how educational institutions, especially colleges and universities, can simultaneously amplify and reduce inequalities. The complicated relationship between education and racial inequality has led me to explore the racialized experiences of college students including the associations of inter- and intraracial interactions with students’ identities and racial ideologies, and their navigation of different degree pathways that often result in disparate academic and social outcomes. My work also explores the racialization of science and knowledge production, including discussions of genetics, genomics, and inequality, that can influence what students learn in STEM classrooms, what they view as a viable career path, and why inequalities exist on-campus and in their communities.

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