Diversity in higher education, Marginalized student experience, Interracial / intercultural experience, Equity and institutional change in higher education
Center for Education, Identity and Social Justice
Natsumi Ueda is a doctoral student at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education and Research Assistant at the Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice. Her research interests center around diversity in higher education, in particular, marginalized student experience, interracial/intercultural experience, and equity and institutional change in higher education. Prior to attending USC, she earned a B.A. in Social and Behavioral Science at Soka University of America and M.A. in Higher Education at the University of Michigan.
Research Assistant, Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice, with Dr. Darnel Cole & Dr. Shafiqa Ahmadi, 2020 - Present
Research Assistant, NSF-funded project for Faculty Diversity, University of Denver, 2019 - 2020
Research Assistant, Assessment and Accreditation, University of Denver, 2018 - 2020
Research Associate, UM ADVANCE Research & Evaluation, University of Michigan, 2016 - 2017
Research Assistant, School of Education, University of Michigan, 2015-2017