Dr. Christina Ann Medina
Ph.D., University of Colorado Denver, 2008
Dr. Medina's main areas of interest are in public administration, public policy, program evaluation and qualitative research methods. She is particularly interested in education policy and recently completed her doctoral dissertation on Low-income, Newly-Arrived, Latino Immigrant Parents, School Choice and Information.
Publications and Research Grants and Awards
She has co-authored an article on Latino political identity and the DREAM Act, entitled Dual sources of influence on Latino political identity: Mexico's dual nationality policy and the DREAM Act (with Dr. René Galindo and Xóchitl Chávez; The Texas Hispanic Journal of Law & Policy, The University of Texas School of Law, 2005). She has experience working as an independent program evaluator and most recently received first and second Year grants supported by the Daniels Fund to support the evaluation of the Univision/Hispanic Council for Reform and Educational Options (HCREO) Project: "I Believe: Change, Action, and Education." In 2007, she also evaluated The Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools Seeds of Hope Catholic School Voucher Program.
Dr. Medina teaches courses in both political science and public administration. She has taught American National Government, Introduction to Political Science, Introduction to Public Administration, Public Policy, and Qualitative Research Methods.
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