Ph.D.  Teaching, Learning & Sociocultural Studies (2011)
University of Arizona College of Education, Department of Language, Reading and Culture (LRC), now known as Teaching Learning and Sociocultural Studies
Minor: Anthropology
Dissertation title: “Forming a Collaborative Model for Appropriating Youth Practices and Digital Tools for New Literacies Development with Latino High School Students and Teachers”.
Dissertation Committee: Luis C. Moll (Chair), Norma Gonzalez, and Kathy G. Short
Marshall Dissertation Fellowship for work impacting Arizona residents, 2011 (10k)

M.A.  Latin American Studies, University of Arizona Center for Latin American Studies, (2003)
Thesis title: “The Green Scientists Project: Inquiry into a School Garden and Habitat.”
Committee: Luis C. Moll (Chair), Raul Saba and Julio Cammarota
Tinker Research Award to study school gardens in Cuba, 2000

M.A.  Education and Elementary Teaching Credential, Teach for Tucson k8
STEM Teacher Preparation Program
University of Arizona, College of Education

B.A.  Political Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1994)
Included, Spanish Language Study Abroad Program, Centro Bilingue, Cuernavaca, Mexico

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