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Ankur Srivastava

Ankur Srivastava

Assistant professor Ankur Srivastava joins our faculty this semester. He previously served as an assistant professor at Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work and Family Science at Kentucky’s University of Louisville. Srivastava’s research is invested in examining multiple minority identities and their associated experiences of stress from a developmental framework. His scholarship is heavily influenced by intersectionality, critical race, and minority stress theories, underscoring the nuances and diversity of experiences among LGBTQ* persons negotiating multiple minority identities. His teaching interests include research methods, statistics, human development theory, and LGBTQ issues.

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