Dayna Meyer
Dayna  Meyer

Dayna Meyer

Cohort: 2014

Rossier Dean's Fellowship

B.A. Cultural Anthropology (University of California, Santa Barbara)

M.A. Humanities with an emphasis in Cultural Anthropology (University of Chicago)

Contact info

daynamey@usc.edu

Concentration

Higher Education

Research Interest

college access and equity issues for underrepresented students, privatized for-profit education, college admissions, anthropology of education, and cultural constructions and power dynamics in higher education.

Dayna Meyer

Dayna Meyer is a doctoral student at the University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education. She is a research assistant working with Dr. Estela Bensimon at the Center for Urban Education. Her research interests include: college access and equity issues for underrepresented students, privatized for-profit education, college admissions, anthropology of education, and cultural constructions and power dynamics in higher education. 

Previous to this, Dayna was an academic counselor and college consultant for a private education company. Dayna earned a Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara in Cultural Anthropology and a Master's degree from the University of Chicago in Humanities with an emphasis in Cultural Anthropology. 

Experience

Professional Experience:

2012-2014 Academic Counselor and College Consultant (ThinkTank Learning)

2010-2011 ESL, Life Skills, and Civics Instructor (Stanislaus Literacy Center

2009-2010 ESL Instructor (Pyeongtaek, South Korea)

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