Join us for a conversation about Union's Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies, which highlights students who focused on Humanities & Culture, Education Justice & Equity, and Public Policy & Social Change. Together they talk about how they found Union, identify highlights from their experience there, and share thoughts for future students.
Humanities & Culture: Dr. Tamara White graduated from Union's Ph.D. program, earning a doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies and certificates in Museum Studies and Design Thinking. Dr. White's work focuses on the intersection of art and social justice
Education Justice & Equity: Angie Brown is a Ph.D. candidate at Union. Every day she progresses toward completing her dissertation, which focuses on parental involvement in public schools at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Public Policy & Social Change: Dr. Jen Kramer-Wine also graduated from Union's Ph.D. program, earning a doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Specialization in MLK Studies. Kramer-Wine's work focused on restorative justice policy creation, adoption, and implementation in two urban school districts.
If you are interested in learning more about Union's Ph.D. programs, please visit myunion.edu.