Event Title

We Know the Research, but Where’s the Leadership? Stereotype Threat and Community Cultural Wealth

Presenter Information

Alissa Ramos

Presentation Type

Oral Presentation

College

College of Education

Major

Educational Leadership and Curriculum

Location

RM 215-218

Faculty Mentor

Dr. Louie Rodriguez

Start Date

5-27-2014 1:00 PM

End Date

5-27-2014 5:30 PM

Abstract

This presentation was part of a larger panel that presented at the 12th Annual Alumni of Color Conference 2014 at Harvard, Graduate School of Education. The Panel was created in order to engage in critical conversation about tension between the research, knowledge, and awareness of the challenges facing low-income communities of color and the underrepresentation of critically engaged leaders committed to equity and social justice. For this presentation Alissa Ramos will present on her dissertation topic of Community Cultural Wealth and Stereotype Threat among Latino/a college students. Please note that this presentation is purely theoretical and conceptual. No data has been collected.

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May 27th, 1:00 PM May 27th, 5:30 PM

We Know the Research, but Where’s the Leadership? Stereotype Threat and Community Cultural Wealth

RM 215-218

This presentation was part of a larger panel that presented at the 12th Annual Alumni of Color Conference 2014 at Harvard, Graduate School of Education. The Panel was created in order to engage in critical conversation about tension between the research, knowledge, and awareness of the challenges facing low-income communities of color and the underrepresentation of critically engaged leaders committed to equity and social justice. For this presentation Alissa Ramos will present on her dissertation topic of Community Cultural Wealth and Stereotype Threat among Latino/a college students. Please note that this presentation is purely theoretical and conceptual. No data has been collected.