PhD Students

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The Graduate Program in Human Development and Social Policy

School of Education and Social Policy

2120 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Northwestern University

Phone: 847/491-4329

Email: sesp-hdsp@northwestern.edu

PhD Students

 

Naomi Blaushild

Naomi Blaushild


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Degrees

    • MA, Educational Leadership & Policy, Portland State University
    • BA, Communications, Portland State University

Professional and Research Interests

Example research interests. Student draws on a range of analytic and interpretive methods to study the influence of aspiring change agents on institutionalized racial inequities in higher education policy. Constructs central to Heather's work include: racialized organizations, institutional persistence and change, racial frames, political development and racial backlash, and organizational sensemaking. Student is interested in jobs in the public or private sector. 

Dissertation Title

Change Agents or Same Agents?: Grantmakers and Racial Inequity in U.S. Higher Education
Cora Wigger

Cora Wigger

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Degrees

    • MA, Educational Leadership & Policy, Portland State University
    • BA, Communications, Portland State University

Professional and Research Interests

Example research interests. Student draws on a range of analytic and interpretive methods to study the influence of aspiring change agents on institutionalized racial inequities in higher education policy. Constructs central to Heather's work include: racialized organizations, institutional persistence and change, racial frames, political development and racial backlash, and organizational sensemaking. Student is interested in jobs in the public or private sector. 

Dissertation Title

Change Agents or Same Agents?: Grantmakers and Racial Inequity in U.S. Higher Education
Heather McCambly

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Degrees

    • MA, Educational Leadership & Policy, Portland State University
    • BA, Communications, Portland State University

Professional and Research Interests

Example research interests. Student draws on a range of analytic and interpretive methods to study the influence of aspiring change agents on institutionalized racial inequities in higher education policy. Constructs central to Heather's work include: racialized organizations, institutional persistence and change, racial frames, political development and racial backlash, and organizational sensemaking. Student is interested in jobs in the public or private sector. 

Dissertation Title

Change Agents or Same Agents?: Grantmakers and Racial Inequity in U.S. Higher Education

Contact Us

The Graduate Program in Human Development and Social Policy

School of Education and Social Policy

2120 Campus Drive
Evanston, IL 60208
Northwestern University

Phone: 847/491-4329

Email: sesp-hdsp@northwestern.edu