Daniel T. Scott
Rossier Dean's Fellowship
Academic labor, Workers in higher education, Nexus between education and criminal justice systems, System-impacted students
Daniel Scott is a research assistant at the Pullias Center for Higher Education and a Rossier Dean’s Fellow in the Urban Education Policy Ph.D. program at USC Rossier School of Education.
Scott is advised by Adrianna Kezar. His research agenda centers social equity in higher education. His research interests include academic labor and workers in higher education, the nexus between education and the criminal justice system and system-impacted students, and institutional change.
Scott completed his bachelor’s in philosophy at Purchase College, State University of New York.
- Research Assistant, Pullias Center for Higher Education and the Delphi Project on the Changing Faculty and Student Success
- ASAP Database Coordinator, Borough of Manhattan Community College, City University of New York
- Placement Officer and Application Dattabase Officer, Institute of International Education
- Admissions Assistant and Executive Assistant to the Dean of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Purchase College, State University of New York
- NYC FIRST Robotics
- Red Hook Initiative