University of Wisconsin–Madison

Adrian H. Huerta

ahhuerta@usc.edu

Adrian H. Huerta

Adrian H. Huerta is an Assistant Professor of Education in the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California. His research focuses on boys and young men of color, college access and equity, and gang-associated youth. During his fellowship, he is focusing on former gang-associated individuals who have gone on to earn a postsecondary education degree or credentials to understand what and who contributed to their successes. He hopes to help education and social service personnel understand how to better support gang-associated individuals throughout the educational pipeline. Dr. Huerta is a past recipient of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Minority Dissertation Fellowship and earned his PhD in Education at UCLA.

Adrian Huerta was a 2019–2020 IRP Emerging Poverty Scholar Fellow.

Twitter: @AdrianHuertaPhD

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