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Imani Callan

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Doctoral Student

Imani Callan is a doctoral student at the McBee Institute of Higher Education. She works as a graduate assistant for the Georgia College Advising Corps and as a research assistant under Dr. Krystal Williams. Prior to attending the University of Georgia, she earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology, a Master’s of Science in Higher Education Administration on the Enrollment Management Track, as well as a Certificate in Student Life & Development from the University of Miami. Previously, she worked as an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at the University of Miami for four years.

Her research interests include: diversity, equity, and inclusion within enrollment management; access to higher education for historically underrepresented students; and retention of historically underrepresented students.

News Featuring Imani Callan

McBee faculty and students participated in a research showcase for prospective PhD students on Friday, March 1. Four research teams shared ongoing projects, delving into the design, methodology, and even some preliminary research findings.

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