Profile: Alexios Rosario-Moore
Alexios Rosario-Moore (PhD, University of Illinois at Chicago) is a Visiting Assistant Professor in Educational Policy Studies in the University of Illinois at Chicago and the Program Coordinator of the M.Ed. in Urban Higher Education Program. His research focuses on the influence of high school socioeconomic and racial composition on the college choice process, and the role of social class in shaping students’ postsecondary outcomes. Dr. Rosario-Moore has held leadership roles in dual-enrollment programs at colleges in New York and New Orleans where he founded a college bridge program for opportunity youth. He has taught courses to undergraduate and graduate students in practitioner research, the social foundations of education, educational policy, and the sociology of education, and is currently involved in local policy initiatives related to racial equity in school facilities planning, arts education, and community engagement.