Jingjing Liu Named Holmes Scholar of the Month
Congratulations to Jingjing Liu, Holmes Scholar of the Month. Liu is a Ph.D. candidate in the Educational Policy, Planning & Leadership Program with a concentration in higher education administration at the College of William & Mary. Her dissertation, titled “Faculty Involvement in Vertical Transfer: A Case Study of A Rural Community College,” explores the role of community college faculty in supporting transfer students. Liu’s research agenda focuses on the educational experiences of marginalized groups and social, cultural, and political contexts of learning in higher education.
As a Holmes Scholar, Liu has actively attended and presented at the AATCE Holmes Preconference. She appreciates having the opportunity to share her research with Holmes participants nationwide, network, and advance her academic and professional goals.
Liu is also a Social Justice & Diversity Graduate Research Fellow at her university where she also teaches an English language course for international students. Liu enjoys her learning experiences at William & Mary, which equips her with knowledge and skills to serve diverse learners in higher education.
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