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Nancy Acevedo-Gil

Nancy Acevedo-Gil

Faculty, Instructional Faculty, Summer Session - State Support, Associate Professor

Contact

Faculty
UEC - Miscellaneous Projects & Grants
Office Phone(909) 537-5623
Office LocationCE-331
Instructional Faculty, Summer Session - State Support
College of Education - Doctoral Studies
Office Phone(909) 537-5623
Office LocationCE-331
Associate Professor
College of Education - Doctoral Studies
Office Phone(909) 537-5623
Office LocationCE-331

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy in Education 2014
University of California, Los Angeles
Graduate School of Education and Information Studies
Division: Social Science and Comparative Ethnic Studies
Emphasis: Race and Ethnic Studies
Master of Arts 2009
San Jose State University
Mexican American Studies
Bachelor of Arts 2006
University of California, Berkeley
Legal Studies, Social Welfare, and Chicano Studies

Courses/Teaching

EDUC 707EDUC 709EDUC 764EDUC 780EDUC 790.1EDUC 790.2EDUC 790.3EDUC 790.4

Research and Teaching Interests

I am an interdisciplinary scholar and research the experiences of Latina/o/x students and Students of Color as they navigate transitions along the higher education pipeline. I use critical race and Chicana feminist theories to examine educational (in)equities and develop additive policies and practices.
Select publications include:
Acevedo-Gil, N. & Garcia-Madrigal, Y., I. (2018). Mentoring the next generation of Latina/o scholars: Enacting spiritual activism to navigate academia. American Journal of Education.
Acevedo-Gil, N. (2018). Postsecondary pathways of Latina/o student-athletes. Journal for the Study of Sports and Athletes in Education.
Acevedo-Gil, N. (2017). College-going facultad: Latinx students anticipating postsecondary institutional obstacles. Journal of Latinos and Education.
Acevedo-Gil, N. (2017). College conocimiento: Towards an interdisciplinary non-linear Latinx college choice framework. Race, Ethnicity, and Education.
Acevedo-Gil, N. & Zerquera, D. (2016). Community college first-year experience programs: A qualitative understanding of student access, experience, and success. New Directions for Community Colleges.
Madrigal-Garcia, Y. & Acevedo-Gil, N. (2016). The new Juan crow in education: Revealing panoptic measures and inequitable resources that hinder Latina/o postsecondary pathways. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education.
Acevedo-Gil, N., Santos, R., Alonso, Ll. & Solorzano, D. (2015). Latinas/os in community college developmental education: Increasing moments of academic and interpersonal validation. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education.
Santos, J. L. & Acevedo-Gil, N. (2012). Status of leadership in public colleges and universities: A report card on administrators and faculty in California. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 12(2), 172 - 197.