The Emerging Scholars program began at the 2019 Texas-NAME conference with five graduate students, four of which were enrolled in a doctoral program. Students participated in preconference workshops on establishing a research agenda, understanding academia and higher education institutions, and creating a network as an education researcher. Since its inception, the program has continued introducing students to collaborations and publication opportunities through Texas-NAME. This special issue provides doctoral students (some of whom have since graduated) with an opportunity to be single-authors in their scholar. Organized in three distinct sections, readers will be exposed to research and policy briefs and critical reflections that center on the experiences of difference to provide educational access, equity, and opportunity to historically minoritized populations.
Scott, Lakia M. and Bunn, Taylor D.
"The Emerging Scholars Issue: Insights on Teaching and Leading through Reshaping Policy and Practice,"
Journal of Multicultural Affairs: Vol. 7:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jma/vol7/iss3/1
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