Faculty & Staff
Ana Solano-Campos, PhD
Assistant Professor of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education and Human Development
PhD, Educational Studies, Emory University
Ana Solano-Campos received her doctorate in educational studies with an emphasis in culture and language in urban education from Emory University, where she held an arts and sciences fellowship. She also holds degrees in applied linguistics, Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL), and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). She has extensive experience teaching bilingual/multilingual learners, pre-service teachers, and in-service teachers in various capacities in Costa Rica and the United States. Her research interests build upon her academic and professional background in language education, bilingualism, immigration, transnationalism, and culturally relevant education in urban centers. She works at the intersection of critical, qualitative, interdisciplinary, and comparative approaches to examine and improve the access and quality of education for bilingual/multilingual, immigrant, and refugee students in top migrant destination countries. Her research has been published in the Journal of Intercultural Studies, TESOL Journal, Citizenship Teaching and Learning, and Letras. You can learn more about her work by visiting http://asolanocampos.com.