Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings
Hispanic serving institutions (HSIs) are an increasingly large set of higher education institutions in the United States. From 2010-2020 the number of HSIs increased from 311 to 569. Within the physics education research (PER) community, research perspectives from HSIs have provided critical insights into how to support racially and ethnically diverse students. Within the last decade, research from HSIs made up approximately 20% of publications from US higher education institutions in common PER journals. These publications do not always fully name and leverage their HSI context, though the work done at HSIs still more consistently centers students’ identities as compared to research from non-HSIs. As our research community looks forward, elevating and appropriately valuing research at HSIs will be critical to build a more robust understanding of physics education in multiple institutional contexts.
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Brianne Gutmann and Rebecca Rosenblatt. "Leveraging Hispanic-serving institutions within physics education research" Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings (2022): 212-217. https://doi.org/10.1119/perc.2022.pr.Gutmann