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Current Master's Students

Julio Canino

Julio D. Canino is a prospective Master of Social Work (MSW) student at the University of Michigan. He has experience with qualitative and quantitative research. Currently, he is a research assistant in the Diversity Research and Policy Program. As a researcher, Julio has contributed to uncovering the systemic oppression that undocumented individuals face in Puerto Rico. His passion for research stems from a social justice framework. He believes research is a way to expose systemic and social oppressions because common objectives must be identified to develop new strategies to advance human rights and achieve social justice. After obtaining his MSW, Julio plans to apply for a Ph.D. program specializing in Social Work to contribute to immigration reform to help achieve an equitable and diverse society.

José González

I am José González, a Master of Social Work student at the University of Michigan. I have experience working with qualitative and quantitative research and am currently a research assistant/project coordinator in the Diversity Research and Policy Program. As a social worker and researcher, I’m passionate about working with older adults to empower them to attain a better quality of life, especially by promoting technology use, physical activities, and healthy diets. After graduation, I plan to work in health settings with the elderly for a couple of years and then pursue a Ph.D. in Social Work specializing in older adults and the social determinants of health affecting them.

Cristóbal Arellano

Originally from San Diego, California, Cristóbal Arellano (He/him/his) is currently a graduate student at the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor’s Center for the Study of Higher, and Postsecondary Education (CSHPE), with a concentration in student access and success. As an Institutional researcher, Cristóbal is focused on DIJE (diversity, inclusion, justice, and equity) initiatives, public policy, and the areas where they converge. Cristóbal brings a multidisciplinary toolkit to higher ed, with a background in research, philosophy and policy. As an aspiring higher education professional, he is keenly interested in the confluence of praxis and theory; research data and how that data can positively impact policy within academic institutions. Cristóbal previously graduated with a master’s degree in philosophy, where he focused on philosophy of science–specifically objectivity in the sciences and the work of Helen Longino and Alison Wylie. He also graduated with a bachelor’s degree in political science from the Pennsylvania State University – University Park.

Minna Choi

Minso ‘Minna’ Choi is a MROP Graduate Research Fellow at the Diversity Research and Policy Program (DRPP). She is a rising second-year Master’s of Arts student in the University of Michigan School of Education studying Higher Education Administration. Pursuing the Individually Designed Concentration, she wishes to combine her interests in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), academic research, and psychology into her career. She is a first-generation Korean American immigrant that grew up in Ohio, United States where she pursued a B.S. in Psychology at the Ohio State University. As an MROP graduate student, she is studying the roles and effects of multiple mentors in diverse pathways to college success. In the future, she hopes to pursue a PhD in Higher Education or Educational Psychology.

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