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Current and Former Diversity Fellows

Hadiya Jones
5th Year, Sociology
As a black woman raised in a predominantly white middle-class suburb, I am intrigued, both personally and scholarly, by the diverse manifestations created by the intersection of race, gender, and class.
Seraya Jones Nelson
2nd Year, Molecular Biology

I am 2nd year PhD Student in the department of Molecular Biology. I am originally from the Caribbean Island of Dominica and moved to the US to pursue my undergraduate degree at Grambling State University. At Grambling, I majored in Biology with a minor in Chemistry. There, I discovered my love for proteins and continued my protein-related…

Angelika Joseph
3rd Year, Architecture


Angelika Joseph is a PhD candidate in the History and Theory of Architecture at Princeton University, where she is also affiliated with the Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative, Program in Latin American Studies, Effron Center for the Study of America, and Center for Digital Humanities. Joseph’s dissertation…

Mumbua Kioko
5th Year, Music
As a Diversity Fellow, one of my goals is to promote further cultural understanding between Africans and African Americans. The notion of a cultural divide is a fallacy and historical evidence suggests to the contrary, especially through music.