Natsumi Ueda

  • 2020

Research Concentration

  • Higher Education

Research Interest

Diversity and equity in higher education, Organizational change and leadership, Student and grassroots leadership, Cross-group collaboration, Civic engagement, Asian American and Asian international students
Natsumi  Ueda

Contact Information

Websites and Social Media

Advisor(s)

  • Adrianna Kezar

Research Center

Bio

Natsumi Ueda is a doctoral student at the USC Rossier School of Education and Research Assistant at the Pullias Center for Higher Education. Her research interests center around diversity and equity in higher education and focuses on organizational change and leardership, cross-racial/ethnic/cultural coalition building, college student civic engagement, and Asian Americans and Asian international students. 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 with Institutional Research concentration at the University of Michigan. She worked as a research assistant at the University of Michigan ADVANCE Research and Evaluation and at the Office of Assessment and Accreditation at the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education.

Publications