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College on the Margins: Higher Education Professionals’ Perspectives on Campus Basic Needs Insecurity

by Katharine M. Broton, Graham N. S. Miller & Sara Goldrick-Rab - 2020

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 122 Number 3, 2020, p. 1-32
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23003, Date Accessed: 9/19/2021 9:56:59 PM
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  • Katharine Broton
    University of Iowa
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    KATHARINE BROTON is an assistant professor in the Departments of Educational Policy & Leadership Studies and Sociology (courtesy) at the University of Iowa. Her research broadly focuses on sociology of education, social stratification, and education policy. She uses multiple methods to examine the role of poverty and inequality in higher education as well as policies and programs designed to minimize related disparities and promote college and socioeconomic success. Her recent work includes “Going Without: An Exploration of Food and Housing Insecurity among Undergraduates,” published in Educational Researcher and “Hunger in Higher Education: Experiences and Correlates of Food Insecurity among Wisconsin Undergraduates from Low-income Families,” published in Social Sciences Special Issue on Social Stratification and Inequality in Access to Higher Education.
  • Graham Miller
    Suffolk University
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    GRAHAM MILLER is the Associate Director of Institutional Research and Assessment at Suffolk University in Boston. His research examines organizations and policy in higher education. Specifically, he explores organizational identity, organizational differentiation, and institutions’ responses to public policy, especially in the context of public comprehensive colleges and universities. His recent work includes, “Merchants of Optimism: Agenda-Setting Organizations and the Framing of Performance-Based Funding for Higher Education,” published in the Journal of Higher Education and “How organizational identity influences behavior at U.S. colleges and universities,” an article forthcoming in The Review of Higher Education.
  • Sara Goldrick-Rab
    Temple University
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    Sara Goldrick-Rab is Professor of Higher Education Policy & Sociology at Temple University, and Founder of the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice in Philadelphia, as well as the Wisconsin HOPE Lab. She is a Carnegie Fellow best known for her innovative research on food and housing insecurity in higher education and her work on making public higher education free. Her latest book, Paying the Price: College Costs, Financial Aid, and the Betrayal of the American Dream (University of Chicago, 2016) received the 2018 Grawemeyer Award in Education.
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