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Nichole M. Garcia is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education and College Student Affairs in the Graduate School of Education at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. As a Chicana/Puerto Rican her research focuses on the intersections of race, feminisms of color, and communities of color in higher education. Specifically, Garcia focuses on the differences and similarities between Latinx sub-ethnic groups, students, and families regarding their college readiness, retention, and completion. DShe has provided strategies for success through talks at Yale, University of Pennsylvania, UCLA, Santa Barbara City College, East Los Angeles College, and many others. She has worked as a college preparation consultant for 14 years working with districts in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Jersey City, and New York City. Dr. Garcia was named a 2020 Emerging Scholar under 40 for Diverse Issues in Higher Education for making a significant impact in academia and beyond. She is well known for her blog, “You Don’t Look Like a Professor,” where she provides commentary on the value of a college degree for communities of color. Her first book Studying Latinx/a/o Students in Higher Education: A Critical Analysis of Concepts, Theory, and Methodologies is scheduled to be published in May 2021 by Routledge. She received her Ph.D. in Social Science and Comparative Education with a specialization in Race and Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.
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