Shantee Rosado is a seventh-year doctoral candidate in the Sociology Department. Her research examines racial / ethnic identities and disparities in Latin American and U.S. contexts, as well as social movements. At Penn, Shantee has been a teaching assistant for four courses in sociology: Asian Americans in Contemporary Society, Social Statistics, Race and Ethnic Relations, and Introduction to Sociology. She has also twice co-instructed a Penn graduate-level course titled Cross Cultural Awareness through the Graduate School of Education’s Programs for Awareness in Cultural Education (PACE). In the 2016-17 academic year, Shantee taught a Penn Critical Writing seminar titled U.S. Race and Racism while working as a CTL graduate fellow. Most recently, she taught a summer LPS course on Race and Ethnic Relations.