Stefani Relles comes to the UNLV College of Education with her Ph.D. in Urban Education Policy from the University of Southern California. Her research pertains to college access and equity for underserved student populations. She is primarily interested postsecondary writing remediation policy reform. She brings a pre-K-20 perspective to the study of college writing and digital literacies preparation with students from diverse linguistic backgrounds. Her methods include ethnographic approaches to language and literacies research, discourse analyses, and the development of online qualitative research techniques to accommodate data collected in virtual spaces.
- B.A., English, Northwestern University
- M.Ed., University of New Hampshire
- Ph.D., Urban Education Policy, University of Southern California
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