Monique Harrison

Monique Harrison is in the Sociology of Education program in SHIPS and also an IES Fellow (quantitative research fellowship). She currently studies student pathways through college as part of the Carta Research Lab, with an emphasis on gender, race and first generation college students. She is advised by Mitchell Stevens and Sean Reardon. More general research interests include equitable math practices, charter schools, and disparities in environmental access and stewardship. Before Stanford Monique was a middle school administrator, teaching coach and math/science teacher in East San Jose, CA. She earned a BS in Human Development from Cornell University and a M.Ed in School Leadership from Harvard University. She currently serves as the SAEN (Sociology And Education Network) co-chair and teaching assistant for the Undergraduate Honors Research Program.