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Mario Suarez

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Assistant Professor, Cultural Studies

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office Location: EDUC 334
DialPhone: 435-797-0590
SendEmail: mario.suarez@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A&M University, 2018
Investigating Factors Associated with Same-sex Parental Involvement and Children's Developmental, Early Numeracy, and Early Literacy Outcomes
MA, Mathematics Education, University of Texas at Austin, 2012
Report: Interventions for English Language Learners in the Mathematics Classroom
BA, Ethnic Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 2006
Thesis: Adelitas: An Educational History of the Political Involvement, Awareness & Formation of Three Generations of Women Activists Working Towards Justice

Licensures & Certifications

Legacy Master Mathematics Teacher, Texas State Board for Educator Certification, 2013
Classroom Mathematics Teacher , Texas State Board for Educator Certification, 2007

Biography

Dr. Suarez (he/him/el) was born and raised on the Texas-Mexico border. Prior to doctoral work, he taught high school mathematics in Austin, TX. His work has been featured on nprEd and Univision.


Teaching Interests

quantitative methods; queer theory in education; multicultural education foundations

Research Interests

Dr. Suarez's research interests include LGBTQ+ studies in education, STEM persistence of historically underrepresented populations, demography of sexuality and gender, curriculum studies, and quantitative research methods.

Awards

Invitation to the Transforming Public Education: A Research Agenda Conference, 2019

Rutgers University

Unsung Hero Award, 2018

Office of Graduate and Professional Studies, Texas A&M University

2nd Place Oral Presentation in the Graduate Education and Human Development Category, 2018

Student Research Week, Texas A&M University

Division of Student Affairs Higher Education Award, Higher Education and/or High Impact Learning Research Award, 2018

Student Research Week, Texas A&M University

Invitation to the 1st Annual Intersectional Convening on LGBTQ Youth of Color in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice Systems, 2017

UCLA Williams Institute

Publications - Abstracts

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

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    Publications - Fact Sheets

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

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        Publications - Literary Journal

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          Publications - MultiMedia

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            Publications - Technical Reports

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            Publications - Translations & Transcripts

              Publications - Other

                Other

              • Suarez, M.I, Marquez-Velarde, G., Medical experimentation on Mexican women: The Chicana and Chicano Movement: From Aztlan to Zapatistas. ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Praeger
              • Suarez, M.I, Zoot Suit Riots: The Chicana and Chicano Movement: From Aztlan to Zapatistas. ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Praeger

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              Scheduled Teaching

              SCED 3210 - Educational and Multicultural Foundations, Fall 2019

              SOC 3650 - Sociology of Education, Fall 2019