LAist, Daily Bruin | Spring 2023
Quoted in LAist and UCLA's Daily Bruin newspaper about the results of the UC-wide research study conducted by student organization Survivors + Allies.
LAIst Article: "UC Resources And Support For Survivors Of Sexual Violence Fall Short, Student Survey Says"
Daily Bruin Article: "UC sexual violence survivors face inadequate support, survey finds"
Center for the Study of Women Blog | February 2023
A student organization I co-founded, Survivors + Allies, presented our research findings at the Society for Social Work Research conference. Survivors + Allies launched the survey — which garnered 1,250 responses from undergraduate and graduate students across all 10 UCs — in response to the UC’s lack of data on where students were seeking support for experiences of sexual violence, including both on- and off-campus, as well as students’ evaluation of resources offered by the UCs.
Young immigrants are looking to social media to engage in politics and elections – even if they are not eligible to vote
The Conversation | October 2022
Immigration is a core issue for many voters in the 2022 midterm elections. We are a team of scholars and students across disciplines and universities researching immigrant youths’ civic development – and we think it’simportant to recognize that young immigrants are also playing a key role in galvanizing older immigrants to vote, primarily by connecting with them via social media.
Society for Research on Adolescence Blog | October 2020
Alongside the devastating impacts of COVID-19 on people’s lives and livelihoods, academia has had to adjust to a new world where in-person research may not be possible in the near future. Social media is a promising option for research with adolescents. However, this type of research presents special ethical considerations.
How Ashoka Fellows Create Systems Change: New Learnings and Insights from the 2018 Global Fellows Study
How do Ashoka social entrepreneurs create change at a systems level? This article uses the results of the 2018 Global Fellows Study to explore how social entrepreneurs create systems change through independent replication, mindset shift, policy change, and market change.