Conference Presentations & Invited Talks

“Utilizing Multidimensional Measures of Race in Quantitative Research: The Case of Teacher Perceptions.” Brown Bag Seminar, Population Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 2015.

“Identity Integration among Black and Latino STEM Majors: The Role of Ethnic Identity and Stereotype Threat.” Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2015. 

Ethnic Identity: .Dimensions, Correlates, and Implications for Educational Inequality.” Identity Conference, University of California Riverside, 2014. 

“Algebra I, Take Two! Race and Advanced Math Course Taking Patterns during the Middle to High School Transition.” Excellence in Education Research: Early Career Scholars and Their Work, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2014.

“Of Promise and Penalties: How Student Racial-Cultural Markers Influence Teachers’ Perceptions.” American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, New York, New York, 2013.

“Algebra I, Take Two! Race and Advanced Math Course Taking Patterns during the Middle to High School Transition.” Excellence in Education Research: Early Career Scholars and Their Work, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2013.

“Social Class and Gender Variation in Black American’s Reports of General and Everyday Discrimination.” Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013.

“How Skin Color Influences Racial Identification among Latino Youth and Young Adults.” Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, 2013.

“Race: Taking Apart an Outdated Concept.” Blackademics Television, Institute for Community, University and School Partnerships, KLRU-TV, PBS, Austin, Texas, 2013.

“How Multidimensional Measures of Race Can Advance Our Knowledge of Racial Disparities.”
Department of Sociology, University of California, Merced, 2013.
Fall Research Conference, American Educational Research Association Grants Program, Washington, D.C., 2012.
Race Workshop, Department of Sociology, Duke University, 2012.

“Teachers’ Evaluations of Students in the Gray: Using Intersectionality to Inform Our Understanding of the Black-White Divide.” Panel Discussion on Racial Attitudes, Identities, Structures, and Progress, Moderated by Larry Bobo, Mississippi State University, 2012.