Dr. Luedke’s research is focused on advocating for equitable practices that can transform higher education. She focuses on understanding the experiences of marginalized students navigating higher education. She examines how the bi-directional support, where students bring their backgrounds and identities into their work, is empowering and instrumental. Through her workshops and presentations, participants (students and practitioners alike) can have a better understanding of strategies to change self, change practice, and change culture in programs.
- Higher Education
- First-Generation College Students
- Latina/o/x Students
- Supporting Undocumented/DACAmented students
- Culturally Based Student Organizations
- Students of Color in STEM Fields
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