Professor of Clinical Education
J.D., Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, Indiana
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Expert on diversity, and legal protection of underrepresented students, including female Muslims, bias and hate crimes, and sexual assault survivors
Shafiqa Ahmadi is an Associate Professor of Clinical Education at the Rossier School of Education and the Co-Director for the Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice. She is an expert on diversity and legal protection of underrepresented students, including female Muslims, bias and hate crimes, and sexual assault survivors. Prior to joining the Rossier faculty, she taught at the Gould School of Law and was a Visiting Researcher at the Center for Urban Education, at Rossier. She has also served as a Research Associate at the Research Institute at Rossier where she assisted with grant proposals and worked on a grant awarded by the Department of Education (DOE) designed to prevent and reduce on-campus sexual assault. Most recently she worked for the Hawaii Civil Rights Commission, where she investigated alleged violations of civil rights and discrimination in areas such as employment, housing, and access to state and state funded services.
Ahmadi received her Doctor of Jurisprudence from Indiana University School of Law, at Bloomington, Indiana. She graduated with Dean’s Honors. While in law school and graduate school she focused on Employment Law, Corporate International Law, Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures, and Islamic law (Shari ‘a). She is fluent in five languages. She is a native speaker of Persian (Dari & Farsi) and her second language is English. She also speaks Hindi and Urdu.
She has presented extensively and conducted research on diversity and the legal protection of underrepresented students.
Theory vs. Practice: Women’s Rights and Gender Equity in Afghanistan. (2016, The Journal of Gender Race & Justice and Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems Journal at the University of Iowa College of Law)
The Erosion of Civil Rights: Exploring the Effects of the Patriot Act on Muslims in American Higher Education, The; Ahmadi, Shafiqa
Perceptions and Experiences of Muslim Women Who Veil on College Campuses, (collaborative work, 2003, Journal of College Student Development)
Reconsidering Campus Diversity: An Examination of Muslim Students’ Experiences (collaborative work, 2010, Journal of Higher Education)