Amanda Marie Dominguez

Ph.D. in Education student
Learning, Cognition, Instruction, & Development – Language Education
  • Research Interests
    Language Education, Language Justice and Policy, Immigration Law and Policy, Social Justice & Equity
  • Research Interest

    By conducting research, via the narratives of personal experiences of immigrant women in New Brunswick, on (1) how language proficiency affects self-advocacy in the realm of education; (2) the effects that language and immigration law have on the undocumented communities’ quality of life; and (3) the effect community organizations, worker centers, and higher institutions have on immigrant language access, language support, sustainability of language programs, and immigration laws; I could construct change in policy, programs, education and quality of life for members in our community.

  • Educational Background

    Associates in Paralegal Studies from Middlesex County College

    Bachelors in Labor Relations from Rutgers University

    Certificate in Law from Rutgers University

    Masters in Labor Relations from Rutgers University

  • Specialization

    Supporting emerging bilinguals, English as a second language, community organizing, labor law, immigration law

  • Favorite Inspiring Quote

    Be the change that you wish to see in the world – Mahatma Gandhi

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