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Laura Joaquina Morales
Posted On August 19, 2022 7:47 pm
FOCUS Laura is passionate about improving the lives of those who lack access to clean water due to affordability or physical infrastructure. Water systems in the United States are reflective of the built environment. There are more than 50,000 community water systems, and half of those serve 500 people or fewer. Fragmentation of these systems… View Article
Jacqueline Buck
Posted On August 19, 2022 7:04 pm
FOCUS Families and children of incarcerated parents are at heightened risk of health, economic, and social inequities and frequently experience trauma from unexpected and sustained separations. Jacque examines alternatives to incarceration to keep families intact and mitigate harm to those involved in the criminal legal system. Low-income and black and brown individuals have disproportionate criminal… View Article
Amy Jones
Posted On July 23, 2019 6:58 pm
FOCUS Amy E. Jones’s research interests focus on understanding the effects on health and wellness for African-Americans in this canera of multiculturalism and diversity. She is in her first year of the doctoral program and is currently conducting an ethnography of a diversity scholarship organization and the lived experiences of the students. She plans to… View Article
Regina Fuller
Posted On July 17, 2019 6:55 pm
FOCUS Regina Fuller’s research focuses on how young people learn about sexuality and sexual relationships both within formal school spaces, such as sex education classrooms and in non-formal spaces such as after-school clubs and recess. Her research seeks to answer how young people discuss sexuality and desire and make decisions about sexuality. This research has… View Article

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