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Research Presented at ASHE Conference

Research Presented at ASHE Conference

From left to right: Emely Medina-Rodriguez (current PhD student in Higher Education at LUC); Lauren Adams (second year master's student at Michigan State University and former undergraduate student at LUC); Rachel Brown (alumnae from MEd program in Higher Education at LUC); Dr. Bridget Kelly (LUC faculty); and Megan Segoshi (PhD candidate in Higher Education at LUC). Not pictured: Alyscia Raines (alumnae of MEd program at LUC in Higher Education).

A research team of current students and alumni lead by Dr. Bridget Kelly presented at the 2016 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) annual international conference.  They presented their research paper entitled Support Matters: Experiences of Black Alumnae at Predominantly White Institutions, which had been accepted after peer-review.  There were 1,300 faculty, administrators and students from higher education programs and policy centers across the globe at the conference.