Stacy K. Mendez

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Summary

Stacy currently serves as the Project Director for the Heartland College Assistance Migrant Program at the University of Kansas. Her research and practice interests are in the areas of college access, retention, and completion for students from historically underserved backgrounds, including refugee-background students, students from agricultural labor backgrounds, and first-generation, high financial need students. Stacy earned both her Bachelor's in Music and Master's in Social Work at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Lisa Wolf-Wendel

Hometown: Reno, Nevada


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