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Minority Postdoctoral Fellowship

Current Minority Postdoctoral Fellows

Michael  Hines

Michael Hines

Department of Arts & Humanities

  • Michael Hines is the incoming Teachers College Minority Postdoctoral Fellow. He earned his B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Loyola University Chicago, where he was a part of the Cultural and Educational Policy Studies program. 
  • Mike began his teaching career as a Teach for America corps member from '07-'09 in Prince George's County MD for the Prince George's County Public Schools, and continued to teach in Washington D.C. for Friendship Public Charter Schools after completing TFA. 
  • Dr. Hines' research focuses on the history of American education and the intersections of race and class with this history. Currently his research examines efforts by African American teachers and activists to create alternative curricula in history and social studies during the early twentieth century.
  • In 2012 he was a fellow for Education Pioneers Chicago, and has been actively involved in EP since then as a curriculum writer and facilitator for professional development. In 2017 he was selected as a one of ten EP Agents of Change for the Chicago Region. 
  • His related interests include African American history, curriculum history, the history of childhood, and the history of children's play.
Martinque  Jones

Martinque Jones

Ph.D. / Affiliation at the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology

  • Martinque “Marti” Jones, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology, earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Houston. She earned her M.Ed. in Counseling from the University of Houston and B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas.
  • Her research focuses on Black racial identity development, identity intersectionality, and culturally-responsive counseling with racial/ethnic minority college students. Currently, Dr. Jones’ research examines the intersection of race and gender among Black women.
  • Her related interests include exploration of mental health concerns and help-seeking behavior among Black college women, as well as the development of culturally-informed interventions targeted at this population.