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The Identity Project Fellowship: Research-practice training opportunity for students applying to Ed.M or Ph.D. programs at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2021-2022

December 3, 2021
The Identity Project (IP) Fellowship is a year-long research-practice internship for students to engage in graduate coursework and applied research focused on race-based equity. This fellowship provides hands-on training and coursework in adolescents’ ethnic-racial identity development, culturally sustaining pedagogy, implementation of a school-based intervention, and research methods. IP Fellows become integral members of an ongoing research-practice project funded by the Institute of Education Sciences, working and learning with a large research team. This includes a field experience in... Read more about The Identity Project Fellowship: Research-practice training opportunity for students applying to Ed.M or Ph.D. programs at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2021-2022

SRA Social Policy Publication Award for Best Book awarded to Below the Surface

January 27, 2020
Below the Surface: Talking with Teens about Race, Ethnicity, and Identity, co-authored by Adriana Umaña-Taylor and Deborah Rivas-Drake, has won a second prestigious award: the Society for Research on Adolescence Social Policy Publication Award for Best Book. This award follows the award in June 2019 of the... Read more about SRA Social Policy Publication Award for Best Book awarded to Below the Surface
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Stefanie Martinez-Fuentes receives the NLPA Stephen C. Rose Scholarship Award

October 21, 2019
Stefanie Martinez-Fuentes has been awarded the National Latinx Psychological Association's Stephen C. Rose Scholarship Award at the NLPA 2019 annual conference in Miami, FL. The award recognizes Stephanie's outstanding achievements in promoting the emotional well-being and mental health of youth in ethnically diverse communities. The scholarship aims to encourage Latinx scholars and to support research helping the Latinx community overcome challenges that negatively impact Latinx young adults. Join us in congratulating Stefanie!