Andrew Martinez - Higher Education

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Andrew Martinez
Andrew Martinez is a Ph.D. student at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education and research associate at the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions.


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How “Different” Will Post-COVID Higher Education Be, Especially for “At-Risk” Students?

by | July 1, 2020 How are institutions preparing to deal with access to technology issues? While I can imagine ma Read more

Reflections on “Failing” at the Academic Market

by | May 26, 2020
I knew that securing a tenure-track position was going to be unlikely. I already made up my min [...] Read more

Maintaining Hope Despite the Uncertain Ending of My Doctoral Journey

by | April 23, 2020
As I come to terms with our current reality under the COVID-19 pandemic, I can’t shake the fe [...] Read more

What Will Happen to the Most Vulnerable Student Populations During the COVID-19 Public Health Crisis?

by | March 12, 2020
Over the last few days, hundreds of colleges and universities have decided to encourage student [...] Read more

Redefining Access in Higher Education

by | February 27, 2020
As colleges and universities become increasingly diverse in terms of their enrollment, they are [...] Read more

Thankful to the Brotherhood

by | January 31, 2020
As a Ph.D. candidate expecting to graduate this semester, I have found myself constantly reflec [...] Read more

The Price of Engagement

by | December 18, 2019
One aspect of being a graduate student that I will truly miss are the discounted membership and [...] Read more

Am I Missing Something? How to Make Applying to Graduate School More Affordable

by | November 30, 2019
As more universities and graduate programs drop requirements to submit standardized test scores [...] Read more

Diversifying the Academy the Right Way

by | October 22, 2019
NYU Steinhardt’s Faculty First-Look Program is a program that brings together graduate studen [...] Read more

Graduate Programs in Higher Education Won’t Prepare You for Equity Centered Student Affairs Work – You Need to Seek It Out

by | September 23, 2019
As an alumnus of a Higher Education Administration masters program, and through my involvement [...] Read more

What I Remember About Orientation as a Low-Income, First-Generation Student

by | August 27, 2019
You are poor. You are lucky. You are going to struggle. Among all the important, relevant inf [...] Read more

Considerations for Being on the Academic Market

by | July 24, 2019
"Why should we hire you as an assistant professor in our program?" As the anxiety of being on t [...] Read more

If You Want to Diversify the Professoriate, Don’t Scare Us Away

by | June 25, 2019
If life as a tenure-track professor is so miserable, then why do you continue? As a doctoral ca [...] Read more

‘Who Do You Know Went to Cornell?’

by | May 21, 2019
A few weeks ago, I entered a convenience store to purchase a portable pack of tissues and eye d [...] Read more

Redefining Merit

by | April 25, 2019
Following the college admissions scandal, countless thought pieces have addressed inequity in c [...] Read more
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