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Antonio G Estudillo, PhD

Assistant Professor

Educational Foundations

PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington

MA, Gonzaga University

BA, Washington State University

Phone: 732-923-4609

Email: aestudil@monmouth.edu

Web site: Antonio Estudillo

Fall 2016 Courses:

EDL 201

ED 250

First Year Seminar

Regularly Taught Courses:

EDL 201

EDL 206

About:

Dr. Estudillo is originally from Washington in the Pacific Northwest. He earned his PhD from the School of Education at Indiana University-Bloomington. He is a member of the tenure-track faculty here at Monmouth University.

Research Interests:

Developmental and Educational Trajectories for Children and Adolescents (i.e., United States Latina/o Education); Contexts centered on Equity in the Schools and Higher Education

Professional Associations:

Society for Research in Child Development
American Educational Research Association
APA Division 45, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues

Awards:

  • 2017 Faculty Fellow of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education, Inc. (AAHHE)/Ford Foundation
  • Transformative Learning Grant, PI, School of Education, Monmouth University 2016-2017
  • Service Learning Faculty Fellow, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL)/Office of Service Learning and Community Service, Monmouth University 2016-2017
  • Creativity and Research Grant Award, Research and Initiatives, Monmouth University Spring 2016

Selected Works:

Books:

Book Chapter

  • Estudillo, A. G. & Flores, A. (2015) Advocating for intergenerational leadership among Latina/o faculty, staff, and students. In F. Hernandez, E. Murakami, & G. Rodriguez (Eds.), Abriendo Puertas, Cerrando Heridas (Opening Doors, Closing Woods): Latina/os Finding Work-Life Balance in Academia. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. (Equal Authorship)

Scholarly Articles:

  • Estudillo, A. G. & Castillo, Y. A. (2016). [Invited Review of the book Revisiting education in the new Latino diaspora]. Teachers College Record.
  •  Castillo, Y. A. & Estudillo, A. G. (2015). Undergraduate research: An essential piece for underrepresented students’ college success. Perspectives on Undergraduate Research and Mentoring (PURM), 4.1, 1-15.

Forthcoming:

  • Hernández, E. & Estudillo, A. G. The college choice process for high achieving Latinas
  • Estudillo, A. G., Flores, G., Maldonado, J. M., & Bartek, S. Latina/o-serving institutions.