Faculty Directory

Andrés Castro Samayoa

Assistant Professor

Department

ELHE Educational Leadership & Higher Education

Publications

Edited Books (under contract)

Castro Samayoa, A. & Gasman, M. (in press). A Primer on Minority Serving Institutions. New York, NY: Routledge.

Gasman, M. & Castro Samayoa, A. (in press). Contemporary Issues in Higher Education. New York, NY: Routledge.

Gasman, M., Castro Samayoa, A., Boland, W. & Esmieu, P. (2018). Educational Challenges at Minority Serving Institutions. New York, NY: Routledge.

Monographs

  • Gasman, M. & Castro Samayoa, A. (Eds.). (in press, 2018). The Return on Investment for Minority Serving Institutions. San Francisco, CA: Wiley Press.

Refereed Articles (published & forthcoming)

  • Boland, W., Gasman, M., Nguyen, T. & Castro Samayoa, A. (accepted and forthcoming in American Educational Research Journal). The Master Plan and the Future of California Higher Education: Assessing the Impact of State Policy on Minority-Serving Institutions.
  • Castro Samayoa, A. & Gasman, M. (accepted and forthcoming in New Directions in Institutional Research). The New Urban College Model: A Case Study of Paul Quinn College and Shifting Assessment Standards.
  • Ginsberg, A., Gasman, M. & Castro Samayoa, A. (2018). ‘It’s in your heart’: How the California Mini Corp Program and Minority Serving Institutions are transforming migrant student education. The Teacher Educator, 53(3), 244-262. DOI: 10.1080/08878730.2018.1441349
  • Castro Samayoa, A., Gasman, M., Gonzalez, N. & Milian, P. (2018). Academic mestizaje: Amplifying the role of Hispanic Serving Institutions in the humanities. Journal of Latinos & Education. DOI: 10.1080/15348431.2018.1472601
  • Castro Samayoa, A. (2018). “People around me here, they know the struggle”: Students' experiences with faculty member's mentorship at three Hispanic Serving Institutions. Education Sciences, 8(2). DOI: 10.3390/educsci8020049
  • Nguyen, T-H., Castro Samayoa, A., Gasman, M. & Mobley, S. (2018). Challenging respectability: Student health directors providing services to lesbian & gay students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Teachers College Record, 120(2), 1-44. http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=21967
  • Castro Samayoa, A. & Nicolazzo, Z. (2017). Affect and/as collective resistance in a post-truth moment. Journal of International Qualitative Studies.
  • Gasman, M., Nguyen, T-H., Castro Samayoa, A., & Corral, D. (2017). Minority Serving Institutions mosaic: A data-driven student landscape, Berkeley Review of Education.
  • Gasman, M., Castro Samayoa, A. & Ginsberg, A. (2017). Minority Serving Institutions: Incubators of teachers of color The Teacher Educator, 52(2): 84-98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08878730.2017.1294923
  • Castro Samayoa, A. Nguyen, T.P., Gasman, M., Commodore, F. & Abiola, U. (2016). Examining the potential of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of Negro Education, 85(4): 480-488. 10.7709/jnegroeducation.85.4.0480
  • Ginsberg, A., Castro Samayoa, A., Gasman, M. (2017). The role of minority serving institutions in transforming teacher education and diversifying the teaching profession: A literature review and research agenda. Teachers College Record, 119(10). http://www.tcrecord.org/Content.asp?ContentId=21844 

Book Chapters (forthcoming & published)

  • Castro Samayoa, A. (forthcoming 2018). Starting with sexuality: Conceptualizing (mis)translations of sexualities and genders as willful strategies of organizational survival at a Mexican university. In Nicolazzo, Z & Henderson, E. (Eds.). Starting with Gender: Concept and Methodology in International Higher Education Research. Routledge.
  • Gasman, M., Nguyen, T-H., Castro Samayoa, A., & Corral, D. (2018). Critical Importance of Minority Serving Institutions and the risks of accountability measures which ignore their distinctive circumstances. In Gary Orfield & Nicholas Hillman (Eds.). College opportunity and accountability: The civil rights dimension. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press. 
  • Abiola, U., Gasman, M., Nguyen, TP., Castro Samayoa, A., Commodore, F. (2014). “Historical and contemporary challenges of African American undergraduate students,” In Joseph Devitas and Pietro Sasso (Eds.). Today’s College Students. New York: Peter Lang.

Reports (published)

Grants

Castro Samayoa, A. (PI). (2018). Narrating Boston College’s Pursuit of Social Justice: Networks of Alumni Voices Informing Future Higher Education Practitioners. Teaching, Advising & Mentorship Grant. Boston College. $10,000.

Gasman, M. (PI) & Castro Samayoa, A. (Co-PI). (2017). Strengthening preparation for junior faculty at Minority Serving Institutions. University Research Foundation Award. $3,000.

Gasman, M. (PI) & Castro Samayoa, A. (Co-PI). (2016). Propelling More Underrepresented Students toward Success in STEM Careers by Strengthening Minority Serving Institutions. National Academy of Sciences. $133,000.

Gasman, M. (PI), Castro Samayoa, A. (Co-PI) & Esmieu. P. (Co-PI). (2016-2020). Hispanic Serving Institutions: Pathways to the Professoriate. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. $5,100,000.

Gasman, M. (PI) & Castro Samayoa, A. (Co-PI). (2014-2016). Understanding Teacher Education at Minority Serving Institutions and its Impact on Local Communities. W.K. Kellogg Foundation. $750,000.

Gasman, M. (PI) & Castro Samayoa, A. (Co-PI). (2014-2015). Understanding Ph.D. Pipelines for Latinos/as: The Role of Hispanic Serving Institutions. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. $100,000.

Awards

Nordic Centre of Excellence Justice Through Education in the Nordic Countries Travel Grant, 2016

Duberman-Zal Fellowship, CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies in New York City, 2016

Nordic Centre of Excellence Justice Through Education in the Nordic Countries Travel Grant, 2015 

Eric Rofes Travel Grant, Queer Studies Special Interest Group, American Educational Research Association, 2015 

Fellow, Salzburg Global Seminar, 2014

Eric Rofes Memorial Scholarship, The National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change, 2014