The National Center for Institutional Diversity’s (NCID) Anti-Racism Collaborative awarded grants to eight Department of Psychology graduate students for their projects focused on racial inequality, equity and justice.

Jasmine Banks (left) and Miranda Reynaga (right)

Dating Under the White Gaze: An Examination of Black Women's Online Dating Experiences

Jasmine Cooper

Ethnic Disparities in Cognition during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Snapshot of Metro-Detroit

Stephanie Miller-Tejada

Healing our People through Empowerment (HOPE): Illuminating the Radical Imaginations of Immigrant Origin Youth

Ariana Munoz-Salgado

Do they understand me? The role of race-based empathy in graduate students of color’s mentorship relationships with faculty advisors and their academic experience

Tiani Perkins

Microaggressions, belonging, and gender: Implications for imposter phenomenon development among Black undergraduates

Andres Pinedo (left) and Gabrielle Kubi (right)

Cultivating Students’ Critical Consciousness and Ethnic-Racial Identity: Ethnic Studies and Adolescent Development