Jasmine Strickland

Anthropology
Graduate Student

Name: Jasmine Strickland

Advisor: Dr. Andrea Freidus

Education:

BA Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, The Ohio State University, 2017

Research Interests:

College transition and student success for first-generation and minoritized students in the U.S.; Decolonizing pedagogies; Intersectionality; Maternal-child health disparities in the U.S.

Current Research:

My current work uses an anti-deficit framework to examine how Black undergraduate students navigate a predominantly white university. More specifically, my research addresses how Black undergraduate students modify their environment in order to reduce the risk factors associated with experiencing racism on campus.