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Two Cheers for Higher Education: Why American Universities Are Stronger Than Ever―and How to Meet the Challenges They Face


reviewed by Sarah Ovink - August 22, 2019

coverTitle: Two Cheers for Higher Education: Why American Universities Are Stronger Than Ever―and How to Meet the Challenges They Face
Author(s): Steven Brint
Publisher: Princeton University Press, Princeton
ISBN: 0691182663, Pages: 504, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 22, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23061, Date Accessed: 11/14/2019 11:41:30 PM

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  • Sarah Ovink
    Virginia Tech
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    SARAH M. OVINK is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Virginia Tech. Her research focuses primarily on inequalities in students’ higher education pathways by race/ethnicity, gender, and income, using mixed methods of inquiry. Her publications have appeared in a variety of journals, including Gender & Society, Social Currents, Research in Higher Education, and Socius. She is the author of Race, Class and Choice in Latino/a Higher Education: Pathways in the College-for-All Era (2017, Palgrave Macmillan). She is the recipient of a 2015 NSF CAREER award, investigating intersectional inequalities in STEM and non-STEM undergraduate pathways. Since 2016, she is a co-PI of the Life Sciences Mentoring Program at VT, which matches incoming life sciences majors with near-peer mentors and provides mentoring training. Dr. Ovink received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology at Kalamazoo College, and her Master of Arts and PhD in Sociology at the University of California, Davis. She lives in Blacksburg, VA with her family.
 
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