Intro-Sociology, Social Inequality, and Environmental Sociology
I received my Undergraduate degree in Applied Sociology with a minor in Psychology from St. Cloud State University, MN (2014). My major areas of study were family violence, deviance, criminology, and racial inequality. After completing my undergraduate degree, I pursued a Masters of Science degree in Social Responsibility at St. Cloud State University (2016), with an emphasis in social movements from both a micro and macro perspective. While attending St. Cloud State University I worked for an on-campus program called C.A.R.E (Community Anti-Racism in Education initiative) that involved public/community awareness and training with an emphasis on institutional racism and white privilege perspectives. In addition, I worked with C.A.R.E in creating longitudinal study which focuses on the International Students experience and identity in navigating within a predominately white state university.
Grant Awards 2013 (10K): Internal University Research Grant “C.A.R.E.”
Conferences / Speaking Engagements:
- 04/03/13: “Evolving Research on International and Immigrant Students”, Presentation on ongoing research with C.A.R.E; University Atwood Center Main stage-St. Cloud State University.
- 04/21/14: Mate Selection in the Millennial Generation-Paradigm or Paradox? Student Research Colloquium: St. Cloud State University. St. Cloud, MN.
- 04/21/14: Community Anti-Racism Education Initiative: Research findings on Language and Identity of the International Student Experience, Student Research Colloquium: St. Cloud State University St. Cloud MN.
- 05/02/14: Increasing Enrollment in sociology through recruitment: a panel discussion. Anoka Community College. Anoka, MN.
- 05/28/15 “Academic and Student Affairs Leadership Conference” (MnScu): International Student Identity and language. St. Paul, MN.
- 10/01/15, “War Famine, Malnutrition, and Suicide in the Global Economy: A Case of Capital Genocide. Sociologists of Minnesota Conference, River Falls, WI.
- 04/26/2016, War Famine, Malnutrition, and Suicide in the Global Economy: A Case of Capital Genocide. Student Research Colloquium: St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.
- Paul. R. A. (2016) Recycling Historical Events and Outcomes: Is Another World Possible through Social Movement Activity? St. Cloud University Repository Press. St. Cloud, MN.