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Arzubiaga's research focuses on the education of children of immigrants, eco-cultural and sociocultural perspectives on family life and home-institution connections, and immigrant families' adaptations.
Brayboy (Lumbee) is President's Professor and Borderlands Professor of Indigenous Education and Justice in the School of Social Transformation at ASU, where he currently serves as associate director.
Dr. Broberg joined the School of Social Transformation - Justice & Social Inquiry faculty as a Lecturer in 2017. Prior to this position, Dr. Broberg taught within the Arizona K-12 environment for 10 years.
Among Guevarra's interests are comparative ethnic studies, Asian American studies, Pacific Islander studies, Filipina/o American studies, Chicana/o and Latina/o studies, U.S. labor and borderlands history.
Lomawaima’s teaching interests include U.S. history, American Indian policy history, Indigenous knowledge systems, and research issues in American Indian education.
Moore's research focuses on school, home and community factors in the educational achievement and attainment of African American children and young adults.
Nakagawa's research explores inequity in education, including work on parent involvement and racial literacy. She is also examining how storytelling may be used in understanding attitudes toward health and race.
Romero-Little's scholarship informs policy and practice in early childhood education and Indigenous language education.
Sandlin's research focuses on the intersections of education, learning, and consumption; as well as on the theory and practice of public pedagogy.
Schugurensky has published on a variety of topics, including adult education, community development, participatory democracy, citizenship education, social economy, civic engagement, and volunteer work.
Founded by Professor Scott, CGEST is a one-of-a-kind research unit focused on exploring, identifying, and creating innovative scholarship about underrepresented women and girls in STEM.
Swadener 's research focuses on internationally comparative social policy, with focus on sub-Saharan Africa, impacts of neoliberal policy on local communities, and children's rights and voices.