Here I have listed my research talks that were recorded and news articles where I have either shared my story or spoken on social problems
cassandra project roundtable: integrating textual & non-textual data
my undocumented life
nurturing illegalized thought into a disruptive and guiding force
guest interview featuring joel as part of the undocuscholarship series at my undocumented life, we had the opportunity to interview joel who is currently a postdoctoral fellow at harvard’s data sci…
society for personality and social psychology news center
where is the undocumented in psychology?
“my mom called me with news that ice raids were scheduled on her birthday in her city. ‘why do they hate us, we just want to live in peace.’ i cried while preparing a talk on immigrant narratives. the conference continued on, undisturbed.”
society for personality and social psychology free form fridays
cuspp – zoom recording
joel martinez and jun won park recently hosted a free-form friday session on how to support undocumented students in social & personality psychology.
stories of immigrant achievement could combat xenophobia
princeton insights reviews new psychological work examining how narratives of achievement can combat xenophobia against immigrants.
PrEP sorting: hiv-negative gay men prefer sexual partners who are using PrEP
PrEP status is a significant factor for hiv-negative men who have sex with men (msm) when selecting sexual partners, but not when choosing friends or romantic partners for dating, according to an american study published in aids care…
the daily princetonian
what you need to know about daca recipients and the university
in september of 2017, as students left their homes all over the world to come to campus, the trump administration announced it would begin to phase out the deferred action for childhood arrivals program, which provides protections for individuals who were brought to the united states illegally as ch…
how we became americans
for the fourth of july, cnnopinion asked a number of americans who came to the united states– from countries as far-flung as vietnam, haiti, somalia and the soviet union–to write about their experiences. what was it like leaving their home countries and traveling so far to a strange land?
princeton alumni weekly
journeys of hardship and hope: daca students share their stories
as congress debated the future of immigration reform and the deferred action for childhood arrivals (daca) program last month, paw sat down with three of the 15 daca recipients, also known as dreamers…
showcasing immigrant excellence
a social-media campaign to counter negative stereotypes shows enormous promise—but it’s still a work in progress