EDLR alumnus Kelvin Roldan was recently appointed as Rhode Island’s deputy education commissioner, as noted in the Hartford Courant, December 2019.
EDLR alumna, Kelli-Marie Vallieres was recently interviewed by the Hartford Business Journal for her role on a Connecticut workforce council.
Ajhanai (AJ) Channel Inez Newton, a doctoral student in sport management, received the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport’s Gary Sailes Award in November. She also co-published “Being Black in a Sea of Color: AA Phenomenological Study Exploring Black Students’ Racial Experiences at AANAPISI and Emerging HSI” for the December issue of Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity.
Santana Mowbray, a current graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, writes an op-ed on gentrification and how it has an impact on low-income individuals, as well as racial and ethnic minorities, in the Hartford Courant.
Kailee Himes, a graduate student in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program, writes an op-ed about financial needs of incoming students in the Hartford Courant.
Tessa Bravata, a master’s student in the HESA Program writes an Op-Ed on the value students feel when administrators connect with students in a relate-able way, Times Higher Education.