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Michael Howland-Davis

PhD Student

Email: 
mnhdavis@unm.edu
Office: 
SSCI, #1063

Curriculum vitae

Education

Masters of Public Administration, UNM 2013
BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, UNM 2000

Research Interests

Race and Ethnicity , Education , Social Stratification , Sociology of Children and Youth , Gender and Ability , Intersectionality Studies , Intercultural Communication , Acculturation of International Students

A Study of Cointext Diversity in Research and Teaching in the WAESO LSAMP Program at Arizona State University

Research Statement:

Howland-Davis is a co-PI in the National Science Foundation funded research study: A Study of Cointext Diversity in Research and Teaching in the WAESO LSAMP Program at Arizona State University.  Professor Emeritus Roberto Ibarra leads the five-year-long which  explores the possible disparity and its effects between academic contextual culture and and that of the students at ASU. Total funding for the WAESO LSAMP program is $5 million. The funding for Ibarra's study and related program evaluation to be conducted by Regent's Professor Mario Rivera (UNM School of Public Adminisitration) and Dr. Rebecca Beals totals more than $1 million.  Ibarra is joined by Professor Gary Weissmann, UNM Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. The study began on October 1, 2016.