Giovanni Román-Torres

Student Fellow

Giovanni Román-Torres

Student Fellow

Giovanni’s primary research projects employ multi-methods to study how immigrant destinations for recently arrived Latinos across the United States have changed over time, how contexts in new destinations shape the socioeconomic well-being of Latino immigrants, and how Latino immigrants establish a sense of belonging in geographies that are historically Black and White (e.g., the U.S. South).

Education

MA, Sociology, University of Michigan (2020)

BA High Honors, Sociology, University of California, Berkeley (2016)

Dyer, S., & Román-Torres, G. (2022). Latina/o Postsecondary Education: Trends in Racial/Ethnic Education Gaps and the Role of Citizenship in Access to Higher Education. Demography, 59(6), 2053-2078.