Rebecca A. Campbell-Montalvo

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Expertise: Race, Ethnicity, Language, Education, and Migration; the Measurement of Indigenous Mexican Languages in K-12 Schools; Women, Minority, and LQBTQPIA+ Engineering and STEM Undergraduates; Linguistic and Cultural Anthropology; Qualitative and Quantitative Educational Measurement and Research Methods

Department of Curriculum and Instruction


Twitter: @RCampbellAnthro

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dr.RebeccaA.Campbell/

Read my research: https://uconn.academia.edu/RebeccaCampbell

 

EDUCATION          

2016                Ph.D., Applied Anthropology (Cultural), University of South Florida (USF)

2006                M.A., Jr. College Teaching (Sociology), USF

2004                B.A., Psychology, USF

2003                A.A., General Studies, Pasco-Hernando State College

 

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2019–Present  Consultant, Beta-Research Associates

2016–Present  Postdoctoral Research Associate, Curriculum and Instruction, UConn

2010–2016      Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant, USF

2007–2009      Program Assistant, NIH Minority Access to Research Careers U-Star, USF

 

PUBLICATIONS

Campbell-Montalvo, R. 2020. “Linguistic Re-formation in Florida Heartland Schools: School Erasures of Indigenous Languages.” American Educational Research Journal.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. 2020. “Being QuantCritical of U.S. K-12 Demographic Data: Using and Reporting Race/ethnicity in Florida Heartland Schools.” Race Ethnicity and Education 23(2):180-199.

Campbell-Montalvo, R., N. Caporale, G. McDowell, C. Idlebird, K. Wiens, K. Jackson, J. Marcette, and M. Moore. 2020. “Insights from the Inclusive Environments and Metrics in Biology Education and Research Network: Our Experience Organizing Inclusive Biology Education and Research Events.” Journal of Microbiology and Biology Education 21(1):1-9.

Skvoretz, J., G. Kersaint, R. Campbell-Montalvo, J. Ware, C. Smith, E. Puccia, J. Martin, R. Lee, G. MacDonald, and H. Wao. 2019. “Pursuing an Engineering Major: Social Capital of Women and Underrepresented Minorities.” Studies in Higher Education 44(3):592-607.

Campbell-Montalvo, R., and H. Castañeda. 2019. “School Employees as Healthcare Brokers for Multiply-marginalized Im/migrant Families.” Medical Anthropology 39(1):733-746.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. Forthcoming. “Saliendo Adelante: Indigenous Im/migrant Family Agency in Navigating Linguistic and Health Barriers in Educational Contexts.” In M. Strickland and L. Roy (Eds.) Composing Storylines of Possibilities: Immigrant and Refugee Families Navigating School. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Saldaña, Y., M. Santiago, A. Guevara, L. Mata, E. Morales, B. Salazar, C. Saldaña, A. Saldaña, R. Campbell-Montalvo. Forthcoming. “In their own words: Testimonios from Mexican migrant K-12 students on their schooling experiences in the Florida Heartland.” In L. López López, M. Tijoux, I. Mayorga (Eds.) Migrating Americas. New York, NY: Palgrave.

Campbell-Montalvo, R., and A. Pfister. Forthcoming. “Access to K-12 School Resources for Latino Im/migrants in the Florida Heartland: The Interstice of Family Cultural Backgrounds and Linguistic Structural Realities.” In D. Warriner (Ed.) Refugee Education across the Lifespan: Mapping Experiences of Language Learning and Language Use. New York, NY: Springer.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. 2019. “Linguistic and Racial Re-formation of Indigenous Mexicans’ Languages and Races in Florida Heartland K-12 Schools.” Proc Ling Soc Amer 4(50):1-9.

Campbell, R. 2016. “Reification, Resistance, and Transformation? The Impact of Migration and Demographics on Linguistic, Racial, and Ethnic Identity and Equity in Educational Systems: An Applied Approach.” Graduate Theses and Dissertations. http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/6474

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS UNDER REVIEW/IN PROGRESS

Campbell-Montalvo, R. Erasing Identity, Restricting Opportunity: The Latinization of Indigenous Mexican Students in the Florida Heartland. Lexington Books, Manuscript due December 2021.

Puccia, E., J. Martin, C. Smith, G. Kersaint, R. Campbell-Montalvo, H. Wao, R. Lee, J. Skvoretz, G. MacDonald. Under review. “Influence of Parents’ Expressive and Instrumental Social Capital on Women’s and Underrepresented Minorities’ Decision-Making to Pursue an Engineering Major.” International Journal of STEM Education.

Campbell-Montalvo, R., G. Kersaint, C. Smith, E. Puccia, H. Wao, J. Martin, G. MacDonald, J. Skvoretz, R. Lee. Under review. “Effects of Stereotypes and Relationships on Women and Un-derrepresented Minority Students’ Fit in Engineering.” Journal of Research in Science Teaching.

Smith, C., H. Wao, G. Kersaint, R. Campbell-Montalvo, P. Gray-Ray, E. Puccia, J. Martin, R. Lee, J. Skvoretz, and G. MacDonald. Under revision. “The Influence of Social Capital Acquired through Professional Engineering Organizations on the Persistence of Women and Underrepresented Minority Undergraduates.”

Campbell-Montalvo, R., T. Campbell, B-Y. Park, C. Arnold, J. Volin, M. Chrysochoou, P. Diplock. In progress. “Launching environmental sustainability-focused service learning to meet community needs: Navigating program, university, and community contexts.”

Campbell-Montalvo, R., T. Campbell, B-Y. Park, C. Arnold, J. Volin, M. Chrysochoou, P. Diplock. In progress. “Environmental Sustainability Service Learning Courses and CoVid-19: Teaching and Learning in the time of a Disaster.”

Campbell-Montalvo, R., *M. Malaykhan (*Undergraduate student advisee), C. Smith, M. Hughes Miller, M. Mayberry, H. Wao. In progress. “Sexual and Gender Minority Undergraduate Students’ Fit in STEM: Relationships and Strategies Mitigating Fit.”

Campbell-Montalvo, R., *O. Sidorova (*Graduate student advisee), M. Valdovinos, R. Lucas, X. Cong. In progress. “School employee healthcare access brokerage and resource accessibility for immigrant Indigenous farmworking Guatemalan families in a Connecticut elementary school.”

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Graduate

University of Connecticut, Neag School of Education

Curriculum Lab: Leadership Research; Online, Face–to–Face (2018–Present)

Multicultural Education (2020)

Learning Theories; Online (2020)

 

Undergraduate

University of Connecticut

                        Low Income Families; Online (2020)

                        Diversity Issues; Online, Face–to–Face (2019–Present)

                        Individual and Family Interventions (2019)

 

Hillsborough Community College

                        Introduction to Sociology (2012–2016)

                        Social Problems (2013)

 

Saint Leo University

                        Building a Multiracial Society; Online, Face–to–Face (2013–2016)

                        Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior (2013)

                        Human Behavior Perspective (2012)

                        Introduction to Archaeology (2012)

                        The McDonaldization of Society; Online, Face–to–Face (2013–2015)

 

Pasco-Hernando State College

                        Classroom Management (2009)

                        Introduction to Sociology (2006–2010; 2016)

                        Social Problems (2010)

 

University of South Florida

                        Cultural Anthropology (2011–2013)

                        Introduction to Anthropology (2011–2013)

                        Anthropological Linguistics; Teaching Assistant (2011)

                        Black Women in America: Activism; Teaching Assistant (2015)

                        Introduction to Archaeology; Teaching Assistant (2014)

                        Language and Culture; Teaching Assistant (2010)

 

K-12

Heartland High School

                        Woodwind Clinician (2014–2015)

 

K-12 EDUCATOR LICENSURE

2020                Middle Grades Social Science 5–9, Florida (Temporary Certificate Eligible)

 

LANGUAGES

Spanish:          Excellent reading, limited speaking, and excellent writing proficiencies

 

FUNDED RESEARCH GRANTS AND OTHER HONORS

2020/Under review. PI: Campbell-Montalvo, R. Co PI: A. Pfister. The Effects of COVID-19 on Farmworkers’ Social Networks: Access, Risk, and Pathways. RSF ($175,000)

2019.  Provosts’ Recognition for Excellence in Teaching, University of Connecticut

2019/funded. PI: Marcette, J. Co-PIs: R. Campbell-Montalvo, N. Caporale, R. Harvey. Inclusive Environments and Metrics in Biology Education and Research (iEMBER): Novel Networking Fostering Interdisciplinary Communities and New Research Collaborations.” RCN UBE, NSF Award #1919654 ($500,000)

2018/funded. Co-PIs: Campbell-Montalvo, R., M. Valdovinos, R. Lucas, X. Cong. “Healthcare Needs and Access for CT Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Schoolchildren.” Collaboratory on School and Child Health Research, UConn ($8,000)

2018/funded. Co-PIs: Campbell-Montalvo, R., M. Back, M. Valdovinos, A. Bellara. “Accuracy and Implications in Measurement of Student Data (AIMS): How Language, Race/ethnicity, and Migrant Status are Constructed in Interactions and School Records.” El Instituto Research, UConn ($4,000)

2018. First Place. “The Birthplace of Errors in Educational Statistics: The Overlooked Site of K-12 School Registration.” UConn Post Doctoral Data-Blitz Research Competition ($1,000)

2018. People’s Choice Award. “The Birthplace of Errors in Educational Statistics: The Overlooked Site of K-12 School Registration.” UConn Post Doctoral Data-Blitz Research Competition

2017. Co-PIs: Campbell, R., M. Valdovinos, and R. Lucas. “Migrant and Farmworking Students and Healthcare Access in Connecticut Schools.” Finalists, Collaboratory on School and Child Health Competition, UConn.

2017–2018. Three-time Awardee, Faculty Research Travel Award, UConn

2009–2012. Nine-time Awardee, Student Government Research Travel Award, USF

2011–2012. Two-time Awardee, Anthropology Department Research Travel Award, USF

2011. Alliance for Applied Educational Research in Anthropology Travel Award, USF

 

ADDITIONAL GRANT WORK EXPERIENCE

2019–Present. Assistant Evaluator, Project REACH: Recovery, Engagement, Acceptance, Compassion, Hope (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Project #TI081377-01)

2019–Present. Researcher, Redefining Public Engagement at UConn: Studying the Impact of an Innovative STEM Service Learning Model (NSF Grant #1915100)

2019–2020. Assistant Evaluator, NRT-INFEWS: Systems Training for Research ON Geography-based Coastal Food Energy Water Systems (NSF Grant #1735320)

2017–Present. Researcher, Exploring the Effects of Academic Climate and Social Networks on STEM Undergraduates (NSF Grant # 1747583)

2015–Present. Researcher, The Effects of Social Capital and Cultural Models on the Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates (NSF Grant #1432297)

2007–2009. Program Assistant, Minority Access to Research Careers Undergraduate Student Training Award in Research (National Institute of Health, National Institute of General Medical Sciences Project #5T34GM067583)

 

ADDITIONAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2014–2017      Ethnographer, A Florida Heartland County School District

2011, 2014      Supporter, USF Heritage Research Lab

 

MENTORING/STUDENT SUPERVISION

2019–Present  Mya Malaykhan, Undergraduate, Nursing, UConn

2019–Present  Oxana Sidorova, Graduate, Latin American Studies, UConn

2016–2019      Kelli Carter, Graduate, Integrative Biology, USF

2017–2018      Vernessa Kingsbury, Undergraduate, Anthropology, UConn

2016–2017      Milena Almira, Graduate, Spanish Studies, UConn

2015                Advisor for Anthropology Minor Undergraduates, Saint Leo University

 

SERVICE

2018–Present. President, T. Damato Music and College Scholarship, Hernando High School

2020. Reviewer, New Solutions: Environmental & Occupational Health Policy

2019–2020. Reviewer, Journal of Microbiology & Biology Education

2018–2019. Member, UConn Neag School of Education Equity and Social Justice Committee

2018. Judge (Middle School Division), Connecticut History Fair

2017. Reviewer, American Educational Research Association Meeting

2017. Presenter, Anthropology Club, UConn

2015. Reviewer, Anthropology and Education Quarterly

2014–2015. Organizer, Heartland County Multicultural Fair

2012–2015. Development Council Member, Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc.

2010. Community Fair Presenter, Sulphur Springs Heritage Museum

 

MEDIA COVERAGE

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Rebecca Campbell-Montalvo takes the page 99 test.” CaMP Anthropology Blog. October 2020.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. Interview on collecting race/ethnicity data in schools by J.P.B. Gerald. Unstandardized English Podcast. September 2020.

Dion Jones, S. “$500K NSF Grant Funds Interdisciplinary STEM Education Research.” Neag News. December 10, 2019.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Ethnography in the Florida Heartland: Applications for Educators to Improve Equity for Minoritized Groups.” Podcast by the Society for Applied Anthropology. March 2019.

Puccia, E., C. Smith, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and G. Kersaint. “How Universities Can Support Women and Underrepresented Minority Engineering Students: Applications of Interviews with Undergraduates.” Podcast by the Society for Applied Anthropology. March 2019.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Health, Classroom Experiences, and Language in Florida Heartland Schools.” Live talk. Produced by the Collaboratory on School and Child Health, University of Connecticut. October 10, 2018.

Campbell, R. Interview on STEM college education for women and underrepresented minority groups by René Herrera and Spencer Bockover. AnthroAlert. University of South Florida, Bulls Radio. December 15, 2017.

Campbell, R. Interview on education in the Florida Heartland by René Herrera and Spencer Bockover. AnthroAlert. University of South Florida, Bulls Radio. July 7, 2017.

Noble, C. “This is Anthropology.” Prezi where students at University of South Florida respond to Gov. Rick Scott’s assertion that the state of Florida doesn’t need any more anthropologists. More than 150,000 views. Widely shared, ex.: https://www.grinnell.edu/news/anthropology

Deubel, T. “Interview with Rebecca Campbell for Anthropological Linguistics.” University of South Florida. March 2016.

Higgins, W. “Business in the Rough.” The Oracle. University of South Florida. May 2014.

Lende, D. “This is Anthropology in Florida.” Neuroanthropology: Understanding the encultured brain and body. PLOS Blogs. 2011.

 

TECHNICAL REPORTS SUBMITTED TO STAKEHOLDERS

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, R. Campbell, G. MacDonald, J. Skvoretz, and R. Lee. 2020. “The Effect of Social Capital and Cultural Models on Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates: Survey 5 and Interview 2 Findings.” Submitted to NSF, enrolled colleges.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, R. Campbell, G. MacDonald, J. Skvoretz, and R. Lee. 2019. “The Effect of Social Capital and Cultural Models on Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates: Survey 4 and Interview 2 Findings.” Submitted to NSF.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, R. Campbell, G. MacDonald, J. Skvoretz, and R. Lee. 2018. “The Effect of Social Capital and Cultural Models on Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates: Survey 3 Findings.” Submitted to NSF, enrolled colleges.

Campbell, R. 2017. “Final Research Report: Evaluations and Recommendations for a Heartland County School District.” Submitted to local county schools and district office.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, R. Campbell, G. MacDonald, H. Wao, and R. Lee. 2017. “The Effect of Social Capital and Cultural Models on Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates: Survey 2 and Interview 1 Findings.” Submitted to NSF, enrolled colleges.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, R. Lee, G. MacDonald, H. Wao, S. Brookins, and R. Campbell. 2016. “The Effect of Social Capital and Cultural Models on Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates: Preliminary findings from Survey 1.” Submitted to NSF, enrolled colleges.

 

INVITED TALKS

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Addressing the Undercounting of Indigenous Mexican Students in Florida: From School Registration to State Reporting.” Tertulia Talk hosted by El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies. November 28, 2018.

 Campbell-Montalvo, R. “The Importance of Bridging the Gap between Home and School for Diverse Students.” Twitter Chat sponsored by the UConn Collaboratory for School and Child Health and the Neag School of Education using #schoolequity. October 10, 2018.

 

PRESENTATIONS

Workshops

Idlebird, C., M. Moore, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and N. Caporale. “Collaboration Session: Forming New Interdisciplinary Teams in Biology Education Research.” American Educational Research Association Meeting 2020; April 17–21. San Francisco, CA. (Conference canceled)

McDowell, G., J. Marcette, K. Nuss, M. Moore, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and T. Page. “Strategies for a More Inclusive Biology Classroom.” National Association of Biology Teachers Professional Development Conference 2019; November 14–17. Chicago, IL.

 

Panel Presentations

Campbell-Montalvo, R. and A. Pfister. “Language as an Arbiter to School Resources for Latino Im/migrants in the Florida Heartland.” Contested Identities, Challenged Baselines: Child Welfare as a Contemporary Contact Zone panel at the Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting 2020; March 17–21. Albuquerque, NM. (Conference canceled)

Campbell-Montalvo, R. (Co-chair). “Ethnography in the Florida Heartland: Applications for Educators to Improve Equity for Minoritized Groups.” Applying Anthropology in Education: Addressing Equity from K-College (National Association for the Practice of Anthropology) panel at the Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting 2019; March 19–23. Portland, OR.

Puccia, E. (Co-chair), C. Smith, R. Campbell-Montalvo (Co-chair), and G. Kersaint. “How Universities Can Support Women and Underrepresented Minority Engineering Students: Applications of Interviews with Undergraduates.” Applying Anthropology in Education: Addressing Equity from K-College (National Association for the Practice of Anthropology) panel at the Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting 2019; March 19–23. Portland, OR.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Raciolinguistic Registrations: How Context and Ideology Shape Student Language, Race, and Ethnicity Categorizations Schools Record and Use.” Raciolinguistic Repertoires in Chicanx and Latinx Lives panel at the American Anthropological Association Meeting 2018; November 14–18. San José, CA.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. (Discussant). Applying the Anthropological Imagination: Adapting Anthropology for Resistance and Resilience panel. American Anthropological Association Meeting 2018; November 14–18. San José, CA.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Linguistic and Racial (Re)formation of Indigenous Mexicans in the U.S.: Evidence and Implications for K-12 Schools.” Globalizando la inclusión y la equidad: una (otra) mirada a las políticas educativas panel. Latin American Studies Association Meeting 2018; May 22–26. Barcelona, Spain.

 

Paper Presentations

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Identity Re-formation during School Registration: Theorizing on Change and Erasure in Identity-Codification by the State.” Latin American Social and Public Policy Meeting 2020; October 15–17. Pittsburgh, PA. (Conference postponed)

Mayberry, M., M. Hughes Miller, C. Smith, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and H. Wao. “Transgender and gender non-binary STEM students: Academic climate and persistence.” Paper presented at the 2020 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education; July 18–23, 2020. Corvallis, OR. (Conference canceled)

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Negotiating Identifications of Language Use among Families coming from Mexico to U.S. Schools: Making Order through Linguistic Re-formation of Latino American Indian Languages as Spanish.” Language Policy Forum 2020; May 7–8. Cambridge, United Kingdom. (Conference canceled)

Campbell-Montalvo, R., C. Smith, M. Hughes Miller, M. Mayberry, and H. Wao. “LGBTQPIA+ Undergraduates’ Use of Social Networks and Identity Management to Navigate STEM Culture.” Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting 2020; March 17–21. Albuquerque, NM. (Conference canceled)

Mayberry, M., M. Hughes Miller, C. Smith, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and H. Wao. “Transgender and gender non-binary STEM students: Academic climate and persistence.” Paper presented at Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society 2019; October 20–23. Savannah, GA.

Mayberry, M., M. Hughes Miller, C. Smith, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and H. Wao. “Academic Climate, Social Networks and Identity Management among Transgender and Gender Non-Binary STEM Students.” Paper presented at The Society for the Study of Social Problems Meeting 2019; August 9–11. New York, NY.

Hughes Miller, M., C. Smith, M. Mayberry, R. Campbell-Montalvo, and H. Wao. “Queer in STEM in the South: Locating Undergraduate Narratives of Inclusion and Marginalization.” Paper presented at The Southeastern Women’s Studies Association Meeting 2019; March 7–9. Oxford, MS.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “The Need to Reevaluate the Use and Purpose of Home Language Surveys: Current School Practices Undermeasure Indigenous Mexican Languages.” Paper presented at the Georgetown University Round Table 2019 at Georgetown University; March 29–April 1. Washington, D.C.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. and H. Castañeda. “The Importance of Language Representation as School Employees Broker Health Care for Multiply-Marginalized Migrant Families.” Paper presented at the Georgetown University Round Table 2019 at Georgetown University; March 29–April 1. Washington, D.C.

Campbell-Montalvo, R. “Linguistic Re-formation of Indigenous Mexican Student and Parent Languages in Florida Heartland Schools.” Paper presented at the Anthropological and Applied Linguistics session at Linguistic Society of America Meeting 2019; January 3–6. New York, NY.

Campbell, R. “(Mis)Defining Language in the Educational Institution: How Heartland Schools and the Florida Department of Education (Mis)Serve Students by (Mis)Categorizing Linguistic Identity.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. November 29–December 3, 2017. Washington, D.C.

Campbell, R. “Analyzing Classroom Discourse: The Construction of (Sub)Standard Speech and Linguistic Variance.” Paper presented at the Minority Education and Community Development session. Society for Applied Anthropology 72nd Meeting. March 27–31, 2012. Baltimore, MD.

Campbell, R. “Analyzing Classroom Discourse: The Construction of (Sub)Standard Speech and Linguistic Variance.” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting. November 16–20, 2011. Montreal, Quebec.

Campbell, R. and M. Chavez. “An Investigation of the Extent to which Dialect Awareness is Taught to Future Educators.” Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology 71st Meeting. March 29–April 2, 2011. Seattle, WA.

Campbell, R. “The Requirement of Standard English in U.S. Schools: Set-Up or Set-Back?” Paper presented at the National Association of African American Studies & Affiliates 2010 Conference; February 8–13. Baton Rouge, LA.

Campbell, R. “Incongruence in Theory and Practice: Black English Vernacular as used in Society and Education.” Paper accepted at the International Society for the Social Studies Conference. February 25–26, 2010. Orlando, FL.

Campbell, R. “Incongruence in Theory and Practice: Black English Vernacular as used in Society and Education.” Paper presented at the Association for Humanist Sociology Conference 2009; November 13–16. New Orleans, LA.

 

Poster Presentations

*Sidorova, O. (*Graduate student advisee), R. Campbell-Montalvo, and M. Back. “Accuracy and Implications in Measurement of Student Data (AIMS): How Language, Race/ethnicity, and Migrant Status are Constructed in Schools.” Center for Behavioral and Education Research 9th Annual Graduate Research Symposium. May 9, 2019. Storrs, CT.

Campbell-Montalvo, R., C. Smith, M. Hughes Miller, M. Mayberry, and H. Wao. “Navigating Undergraduate STEM Spaces as LGBTPQIA+: The Use of Micro-Defenses to Fit In.” Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting 2019; March 19–23. Portland, OR.

Campbell, R. and H. Castañeda. “School Employees as Healthcare Brokers for Multiply-Marginalized Im/migrant Families.” UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health Encore Conference. September 24, 2018. Hartford, CT.

*Kingsbury, V. (*Undergraduate student advisee), R. Campbell, and C. Smith. “The Impact of Fit Cultivated by Language on the Degree Retention and Attainment of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in Undergraduate Engineering Programs.” Frontiers Undergraduate Student Research Conference. April 14, 2018. Storrs, CT.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, G. MacDonald, R. Lee, H. Wao, J. Skvoretz, K. Reeves, J. Martin, R. Campbell, E. Puccia, J. Ware. “The Effects of Social Capital and Cultural Models on the Retention and Degree Attainment of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates.” National Science Foundation EHR Core Research PI Meeting. September 25–26, 2017. Alexandria, VA.

Campbell, R. and H. Castañeda. “School Employees as Healthcare Brokers for Multiply-Marginalized Im/migrant Families.” UConn Collaboratory on School and Child Health Encore Conference. September 18, 2017. Hartford, CT.

Campbell, R. “Diversity and Educational Inclusion and Equity in Migration: Reification, Resistance, and Transformation of Linguistic, Racial, and Ethnic Identity—An Applied Approach.” Southern Sociological Society Meeting 2017; March 29–April 1. Greenville, SC.

Kersaint, G., Smith, C., Wao, H., MacDonald, G., Lee, R., Skvoretz, J., Reeves, K., Martin, J., Campbell, R., Puccia, E., Ware, J. “Inclusion and Equity of Engineering Diversities: Social Capital, Cultural Models, and Success of Women and Minority Engineering Undergraduates.” Southern Sociological Society Meeting 2017; March 29–April 1. Greenville, SC.

Kersaint, G., C. Smith, G. MacDonald, R. Lee, J. Skvoretz, K. Reeves, J. Martin, R. Campbell, S. Brookins. “Using social capital and cultural model theories to guide research on the retention and degree attainment of women and minority engineering undergraduates.” American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting 2016; April 8–12. Washington, D.C.

Campbell, R. “Reifying and Resisting Constructions of Race, Ethnicity, and Language at the Elementary School Level in a Nonmetropolitan New Destination.” American Anthropological Association Meeting 2015; November 17–22. Denver, CO.

Campbell, R. “Examining Linguistic and Cultural Experiences of Students in a Florida County’s Schools.” Society for Applied Anthropology 74th Annual Meeting. March 18-22, 2014. Albuquerque, NM.

Campbell, R. “Linguistic Borders: A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Learning about Linguistic Variation, Language Ideologies, and Identity in School: A Synthesis of Pilot Data for Dissertation Preparation.” American Anthropological Association Meeting. November 20–24, 2013. Chicago, IL.

Campbell, R. “Pilot Research Steps Examining What American K-12 Students Are Taught about Linguistic Variation, Standard Language Ideologies, and Identity: Preparing for a School Ethnography.” American Anthropological Association Meeting. November 14–18, 2012. San Francisco, CA.

 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/AFFILIATIONS

American Anthropological Association

American Educational Research Association

Collaboratory on School and Child Health, UConn

El Instituto: Institute of Latina/o, Caribbean, and Latin American Studies, UConn

Inclusive Environments and Metrics in Biology Education and Research (iEMBER)

Latin American Studies Association

Linguistic Society of America

Society for Applied Anthropology

 

Rebecca Campbell
Contact Information
Emailrebecca.campbell@uconn.edu
Fax860 486 0280
Mailing Address249 Glenbrook Road, Unit 3033
Office LocationGentry 119A
CampusStorrs
CoursesGraduate: Curriculum Laboratory: Leadership Research. Undergraduate: Diversity Issues in Human Development and Family Studies; Individual and Family Interventions.
Linkhttp://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/6474/