Patricia Marin is an assistant professor of higher, adult, and lifelong education. Her research interests focus on higher education policy and issues of inclusion and equity for underrepresented students. In particular, her work examines issues of diversity, affirmative action and college access. In her current work, Marin is studying the changing nature of Hispanic Serving Institutions and research use within the law.
Exploring the Implications of an HSI Designation for Graduate Students at a Research University
In the CHAE Report (Spring 2016), Dr. Marin discusses the growing phenomenon of research universities seeking HSI designations and the potential this offers to the pipeline of Latino/a students in higher education.
2015 Washington, DC Policy Trip
Doctoral students in EAD 967 travel to Washington, DC annually for the opportunity to link theory and practice by hearing from higher education policy leaders on a range of current policy issues.
Policy Students Visit D.C.
Doctoral students in the EAD 967: Policy Development and Analysis in Postsecondary Education course took a two-day trip to Washington, DC, supported by the Center for Higher and Adult Education (CHAE).