EWU McNair Scholar, Sandra Espinoza, completed a McNair Research Project this summer with her mentor, Dr. Katherine Colles. Her research title is “Hermeneutical Phenomenological Analysis of Inracultural Bullying Between Mexican Americans and Mexican Immigrants” Great job!
Sandra Espinoza has just returned from the Diversity Research Symposium at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. She presented her research: Hermeneutical Phenomenological Analysis of Intracultural Bullying Between Mexican Americans and Mexican Immigrants. The theme for this symposium was Creating Brave Spaces for Inclusion, Equity, and Justice. Congratulations Sandra!
Edith Melendez has been accepted into a 7-week summer research experience program at UC Santa Barbara as an Academic Research Consortium (ARC) Scholar! She will have the opportunity to do her own research and participate in workshops and professional and academic development seminars. How great Edith!
Edith Melendez presented her research on, “Best Practices for Institutional Transformation in Serving Undocumented Students” at the Midwest Journal of Undergraduate Research at Monmouth University. She also had the chance to meet Isabel Wilkerson, the author of the book “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”, and hear about her research she conducted for her book. What a great opportunity Edith!