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UW-Madison’s Hernandez named a representative for the Sociology of Education Council

June 08, 2018

Anthony Hernandez
Hernandez
Following the results of the American Sociological Association’s elections, UW-Madison’s Anthony Hernandez learned that he was selected as the Graduate Student Representative for the Sociology of Education Council for the upcoming 2018-19 academic year.

Hernandez is a fourth-year doctoral student with the School of Education’s Department of Educational Policy Studies.

Hernandez explains that his research interests are Latinx students and Latinx educational leadership at Hispanic serving institutions (HSIs).

His advisor with the Department of Educational Policy Studies is Professor Lesley Bartlett.

The ASA section on Sociology of Education supports a community of scholars who conduct research on many diverse features of contemporary education. Sociologists of education examine the ways in which formal schooling influences individuals and the ways society affects educational institutions. A central concern within this research tradition is the process by which educational systems contribute to or alleviate social inequality in broader society.

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