Educations & Degrees:
MA, Sociology, Syracuse University, 2016
MS, Warner School of Education, University of Rochester, 2013
BA, Sociology, Smith College, 2002
Immigration and Higher Education
Elizabeth A. Daniele is a fellow in the Department of Sociology at Syracuse University and is pursuing a certificate in the Program in Latin American and Caribbean Studies. Her research interests include immigration and higher education. She is co-editor of Student Involvement and Academic Outcomes:Implications for Diverse Student Populations (Peter Lang Publishing Inc. 2015). She has co-authored a chapter on diversity in graduate school admissions in the U.S. with Dr. Donald Mitchell Jr. in International Perspectives on Higher Education Admission Policy: A Reader (Peter Lang Publishing 2015). Liz also serves as Senior Associate Editor of Annuals of the Next Generation, a refereed journal published by the Center for African American Research and Policy. She holds a masters degree in higher education administration from the University of Rochester, and is an alumna of Smith College. Although not a native speaker, Liz loves to hear and speak Spanish.