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Nadiah Rivera Fellah (Ph.D. ’19, Art History)

Documenting Immigrant Families’ Separation and Reunion: Sandra Castro, Class of 2021, On Her Dissertation and Her New Assistant Dean Role


The recent surge in the number of unaccompanied children and teenagers making the treacherous crossing from Mexico into the United States, many of them seeking parents who are already in the U.S., is drawing renewed attention to the southern border and national immigration policy. President Biden set a goal to reunite the separated families, but Sandra Castro (Ph.D. ’21, Social Welfare) believes more needs to be done to support them.



 

Martha Lincoln

For Siqi Tu, The Center is Always Changing: A Class of 2021 Graduate on Relocating From China to New York to Germany, and Her Next Move


Siqi Tu (Ph.D. ’21, Sociology) was born and raised in China, moved to New York for graduate school, and is now a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, where she’s continuing her research on the shifting ethno-racial identity of Chinese “parachute students”: teenagers who leave their parental homes to attend U.S. high schools.

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