I’m interested in analyzing ideas, viewpoints, institutions, and systems that affect our society, and proposing solutions incorporating a justice framework. I also enjoy urban geography, community development, architecture, and city planning.
If you’d like to contact me, email me daniel [at] the-shearing.org.
I like to look at our society from a critical perspective, with an eye toward class and justice. I hope to make connections between our systems and institutions that better illuminate our social issues and the problems with solutions proposed by, for example, neoliberalism.
If you’d like to contact me, email me kevin [at] the-shearing.org (my PGP fingerprint is BE75 D728 46D7 7126 33EB 6BAF 16BF FD6B 80F1 3249 if you’d like to do so securely). For more from me, you can visit my personal website or follow me on twitter or Facebook.
David is a doctoral student in higher education at the Graduate School of Education and an IES Fellow. His research interests center around achievement inequalities among first- and second-generation immigrant minorities, STEM learning, and transfer pathways from community colleges to universities and four-year colleges. He has previously worked with the STEM Transfer Students Success Initiative in Baltimore. He has a M.A. in economic policy from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and a B.A. in English language and literature from Washington University.