June 21, 2021

Second Inequality Transdisciplinary Research Symposium

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The Transdisciplinary Studies Program and the Inequality and Policy Research Center invite scholars from across academic disciplines to join us for the

2nd Inequality Transdisciplinary Research Symposium

Thursday, June 24th
1:00PM to 4:00PM

This symposium will showcase CGU alumni scholarship on inequality transdisciplinary research and provide current CGU students an opportunity to ask questions and learn from recent graduates how transdisciplinary research works in academia and how they have incorporated it into their own dissertations and research.


Dr. Meg Warren
Associate Professor of Management, Western Washington University
“Using Transdisciplinary and Positive Psychology Approaches to Reducing Inequality”

Dr. Ndifreke Etim
Epidemiologist. Orange County Health Care Agency
Adjunct Faculty, CGU, School of Community and Global Health
“Recidivism among Previously Incarcerated People enrolled in Riverside County Whole Person Care Pilot”

Dr. Michelle Tellez
Associate Professor of Mexican American Studies, University of Arizona
“Research at the Borderlands”

Dr. Rena Salayeva
Research Coordinator, The Inequality and Policy Research Center, Claremont Graduate University
“The Effect of Flat Tax on Income Inequality”

Dr. Giacomo Di Pasquale
Faculty, Ransom Everglades School
“Race and Class Patterns of Post and Inter-Recession Income Inequality”

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how CGU alumni have advanced inequality transdisciplinary research.

Register to Attend Today!

There is no cost to attend. Symposium will be held virtually via Zoom

At Claremont Graduate University, we prepare scholars and practitioners to be leaders in their disciplines and active citizens in creating positive change in the world. Realizing inequality in the spaces and places we occupy, whether in the disciplines where our scholarship is created or in the fields in which our practice occurs, requires reflection, critical thinking, and application of the knowledge that we possess.

If you have questions about the symposium, please contact the Transdisciplinary Studies Program at transdisciplinary.studies@cgu.edu.