Profiles in "Refugee Studies" Expertise Area

  • Warriner is a linguistic anthropologist of education who uses ethnographic methods to examine the educational, social, political, economic, and ideological dimensions of immigration and transnationalism.
  • Larson's work primary focuses on human and regional geography, including work studying refugee populations in Central America.
  • Eugene Judson has broad experience in science education, educational policy, and school improvement. His research focuses on educational policies and their effects on STEM education in K-12 and higher education environments.
  • Androff’s work focuses on building strong and sustainable communities through promoting human rights.
  • Klimek’s research agenda is related to issues of cultural diversity, specifically refugees and immigrants, as well as international social work.
  • Compassionate and dedicated refugee advocate and human rights activist; with experience with advocacy, community service, and research on issues affecting migrants and refugees, and serving victims of human trafficking.
  • Matthew has over 15 years of experience in program evaluation. He has worked with the Administration for Native Americans, Peace Corps, and is currently working in ASU's Education for Humanity program.