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Chloe André

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Proven researcher with experience in quantitative, qualitative, and mixed, methods focusing on historically marginalized communities. Currently a third year PhD student at the University of Georgia under Dr. Skinner Dorkenoo. Concurrently pursuing certificates in: interdisciplinary qualitative research methods, quantitative research methods, African American studies, and Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion frameworks. Particular attention paid to conducting ethical research and the responsibilities that researchers have.

Research Interests:

Intergroup interactions, stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination with a strong focus on how these factors reinforce racial disparities with the United States.

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Articles Featuring Chloe André

Congratulations to two of our doctoral students for their recent awards from the UGA Graduate School!

Kelly Rea received a Communication of Research and Scholarship Award from the Graduate School to support the development and dissemination of an eBook…

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