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Degree Programs

Interdisciplinary Research Incubator for the Study of (In)Equality

Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Renew DU Post-Terminal Degree Fellowship Pilot Program is a 2 year program that identifies promising scholars who have completed a terminal degree in their field of study and who are engaged in research, scholarship, and/or creative work grounded in understandings of equality; and / or a consideration for the many ways in which the academy or particular fields promote or extinguish the advancement of historically underrepresented communities.

IRISE Postdoctoral Fellows

Subini Annamma , Ph.D. in Education from University of Colorado who will have an office in the Sociology Department. Dr. Annamma is the fellow for the Race, Class, and Gender Inequities in K-12 Education sponsored by the Department Sociology, Graduate School of Social Work, Morgridge College of Education and Sturm College of Law.

Maria Islas-Lopez , Ph.D. in Sociology from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey who will have an office in the Psychology Department. Dr. Islas-Lopez is the fellow for the Immigrant Latino Youth Adaptation in the Context of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Research Training Program sponsored by the Department of Psychology and Morgridge College of Education.

Jennifer-Grace Ewa , J.D. and M.A. in Planning, University of Louisville. Ms. Ewa will have an office in the Geography Department and is the Fellow for Access to Open Space and Inequality sponsored by the Departments of Geography, Anthropology, and History and the Sturm College of Law’s Rocky Mountain Land Use Institute.