Alexandria Hollett

Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies (current student)

About Me

Students at Indiana have access to world-class faculty who not only conduct vibrant research but also take seriously their role as educators and mentors. In large part thanks to their leadership, junior scholars learn to conduct high-quality original research, assist with the education of future teachers, and pursue a diverse array of individual interests. The culture of the program is also deeply rooted in considerations of equity, and I have benefitted from the encouragement I have received to design creative research and teaching projects that promote justice-oriented activisms, theories of liberation, and education as social transformation. Faculty advisors work diligently to locate sources of funding for graduate students, and they have generously introduced me to their colleagues at other institutions, intentionally opening doorways for connection and collaboration across universities.

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