Participate in a Study on “Undergraduate Student Parents” and “Unhoused College Students”

Posted On 1 June, 2019

The Education Trust—West <> (ETW) published the
first in a series of reports titled Hear My Voice
<> in 2017. This work
examines the opportunities and challenges marginalized students often face
along their higher education pathway.

ETW is *now looking to speak with **undergraduate student parents
AND unhoused students*.

Interviews will take place throughout Summer 2019 on the Fresno State
campus or a location convenient for participants. Interviews will last
between 60-90 minutes and *participants will be given a $50 gift card as a
thank you*.

Interested in participating? ETW’s work on this research project and
campaign is intended to provide actionable resources for campus leaders,
faculty and administrative staff, student activists, and other advocates to
strengthen student success transitioning from high school to college, and
graduating from college.

If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please
contact Carolina Ramirez ( and/or Dr. Larissa
Mercado-Lopez ( [for Undergraduate
Student Parents] and/or Dr. Christopher Nellum (

Sign up to be interviewed here:

For more information, please see the attached fliers.

Thank you much!

Carolina Ramirez

Part-Time Qualitative Researcher


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