2022 - Keynote, Dr. Moin Syed: Identity Development in College: Core Concepts and Contextual Considerations for Understanding the Experiences of Ethnically-Diverse Students - Oral Presentation
Student life and customsstudent aidStudent aspirationsstemdiversityPluralism (Social sciences)psychological conceptspsychologymentoringTeaching
A primary strand of Dr. Syed’s research is to apply basic psychological theory and research on identity development to understand students’ educational experiences and career orientation. He has a long-standing program of research examining how identity issues play a central role in the experiences of racial/ethnic minority college students majoring in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. This work seeks to link educational experiences within STEM majors (e.g., authentic research experience, mentoring) with psychological processes (i.e., identity, self-efficacy) to better understand participation and retention in STEM. This is a video of the presentation, "Identity Development in College: Core Concepts and Contextual Considerations for Understanding the Experiences of Ethnically-Diverse Students" given at the 2022 Undergraduate Projects & Research Conference at Salt Lake Community College. The presenter: Moin Syed. The video can be accessed via YouTube here: https://youtu.be/X6TuKmxG2P8
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