- Susana Muñoz
University of Wisconsin
SUSANA MUÑOZ, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the Administrative Leadership department. Her scholarly interests center on the experiences of underrepresented populations in higher education. Specifically, she focuses her research on issues of access, identity, and college persistence for undocumented Latina/o students, while employing perspectives such as Latino critical race theory, Chicana feminist epistemology, and college persistence theory to identify and deconstruct issues of power and inequities as experienced by these populations.
- Michelle Espino
University of Maryland
MICHELLE M. ESPINO, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Student Affairs, and International Education Policy program at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her research centers on understanding community contexts and institutional responses associated with educational achievement and outcomes along the academic life course for racial/ethnic minorities, with particular focus on the experiences of Latina/o students, college administrators, and faculty.
- René Antrop-González
Dalton State College
RENÉ ANTROP-GONZÁLEZ, PhD, is Professor and Goizueta Foundation Chair in Education in the School of Education at Dalton State College in Dalton, Georgia. His scholarly interests revolve around the schooling experiences of rural and urban students of color, particularly Latin@ students at the secondary level. Specifically, he focuses on high achieving Latin@ students and the factors they attribute to their academic success in an attempt to turn the page on deficit-centered discourses on Latin@ pushouts.