Yasmiyn Irizarry is a quantitative sociologist by training with expertise in sociology of education, race and ethnicity, intersectionality, and critical quantitative methodology. Her current research is situated at the intersections of three areas: (1) inequality in K-16 schooling contexts, with an emphasis on STEM experiences and  trajectories, (2) racial identity, ascription, and measurement, and (3) social attitudes, prejudice, and discrimination. 

Hiding in Plain Sight: Racialized Tracking in the United States. ED Talks Speaker Series, College of Education, The University of Texas at Austin, February 22, 2019, 10 a.m.