Evelyn Campbell is a PhD Candidate of the Committee on Microbiology in the Biological Sciences Division. She is interested in enhancing educational opportunities and improving academic environments for underrepresented students of color at the high school, undergraduate, and graduate levels. In her free time, she teaches as a STEM instructor at a local college preparatory program and does community service with her sorority. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hilary Tackie is a third-year PhD student in Comparative Human Development and Institute of Education Sciences Fellow. Her research interests focus on developing schools into supportive and empowering environments, particularly for students of color and queer students, by examining educational experiences, opportunities for identity development, and sources of belonging in schools. She is a proud native of Northern New Jersey and a member of local intergenerational women’s choir. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Tien-Tien Jong is a PhD student in the Department of Cinema & Media Studies with a certificate in Gender and Sexuality Studies. Her research interests include the history of musical and dancing automatons; representations of artificial intelligence in fiction and film; the mapping of biological categories onto technology; animation; and children’s films. In her spare time, she tries to keep an array of strange houseplants alive and plays with an evil cat. Her favorite places to see movies in Chicago are the Music Box Theatre and Doc Films. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.