Year entered Program: 2020
Research Interests: racial equity in education, education interventions, racial learning
Principal Advisor(s): Dr. Diane Hughes
Blair Cox (she/her) is a fourth year PhD student in the Psychology and Social Intervention program in Applied Psychology at NYU Steinhardt. She is interested in the intersection between racial equity and public education. Her research explores school-based interventions aimed to reduce racial disparities in education, school racial climate, and the way white youth learn about race. Blair is committed to community engaged, strengths-based research exploring setting-level interventions that center antiracism. She graduated with a B.A. in Psychology from Gettysburg College in 2018.