Brian (email@example.com) is a doctoral candidate in Sociology of Education and Higher Education Policy at Stanford University. He received a B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Sociology, Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies, and Spanish in 2006. Following graduation, Brian interned on the Policy and Budget Team at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and worked as a Senior Program Support Representative at Reading is Fundamental, Inc. Most recently, he was a Research Associate at the American Institutes for Research, where he worked on a variety of evaluations and technical assistance centers related to early college high school, high school accountability, and special education. At Stanford, Brian is an Institute of Education Sciences Predoctoral Training Program Fellow and completed an M.A. in Sociology. He primarily works with Anthony Antonio, Eric Bettinger, and Michelle Jackson and his research interests include college access, racial inequality in educational performance and choice, and diversity in higher education. Brian's dissertation examines college access among the children of immigrants.