Rose Ann Rico Eborda Gutierrez’s research is informed by a Pinay epistemology and positionality as a 1.5-generation immigrant and the only daughter of working-class Pilipino immigrants, who was a first-generation college student. Her critical analytical lens as a race scholar in education undergird her resolve to improve the conditions and opportunities of historically oppressed communities across the lifespan through educational research and practice. Her broader research agenda examines the relationship between alternative knowledge, race and social transformation. She seeks to understand how racial inequities in education are preserved at the intersection of and in relationship with other systems of oppression, how students then navigate these systems using their embodied epistemologies, and what the role higher education institutions play in shaping student pathways and outcomes across P-20. She focuses on low-income, immigrant, immigrant-origin, undocumented, and first-generation Students of Color. Her interdisciplinary research about racial equity is analytically anchored by frameworks of relational formations of race, intersectionality, and critical theory. She has published in Educational Researcher, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, and Community College Review.
Gutierrez was a former middle school teacher in Miami, Flordia and was recognized by her school as Rookie Teacher of the Year in her second year of teaching. She has also worked in higher education as a student affairs practitioner in Seattle, Washington. She has consistently been engaged within her local community with her involvement in Filipino American National Historical Society-Hampton Roads as former chapter secretary in Virginia Beach, Virginia; Pilipino American Unity for Progress, Inc. as summit co-director and facilitator of community intergenerational dialogues in Seattle, Washington; and Southern California AANHPI Educators as a summit co-organizer in Los Angeles, California.
Nguyen, T-H., Gutierrez, R. A. E., & Smith, J. (2022). Evaluating on-line resources: How community college students in STEM sort and select material on the Internet. Community College Review, 50(3), 292-315.
Nguyen, B. M. D., Nguyen, T-H., Gutierrez, R. A. E., Kurland, W. N., & Lee, N. W. K. S. (2022). Institutional pathfinders: Key lessons from program directors of AANAPISI grant-funded projects. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 15(5), 596-606.
Teranishi, R. T., Gutierrez, R. A. E., & Le, A. (2022). Anti-Asian racism in the COVID era: Implications for higher education. In M. Bonous-Hammarth (Ed.), Bridging marginality through inclusive higher education (pp. 43-54). Palgrave Macmillan.
Gutierrez, R. A. E., Le, A., & Teranishi, R. T. (2021). A racial reckoning: Anti-Asian racism and exclusion in higher education. The Education Trust-West and the Campaign for College Opportunity.
Le, A., Gutierrez, R. A. E., & Teranishi, R. T. (2021). Anti-Asian bullying and harassment: Symptoms of racism in K-12 schools during COVID-19. The Education Trust-West.
Nguyen, M. H., Chang, C. Y., Kim, V., Gutierrez, R. A. E., Le, A., Dumas, D., & Teranishi, R. T. (2020). Asian Americans, admissions, and college choice: An empirical test of claims of harm used in federal investigations. Educational Researcher, 49(5), 1-16.
Gutierrez, R. A. E. (2019) Living liminal: Conceptualizing liminality for undocumented students of color. In D. Mitchell, Jr., J. Marie, & T. Steele (Eds.), Intersectionality and higher education: Theory, research, and practice (2nd ed.). Peter Lang Publishing.
Nguyen, T-H., Gutierrez, R. A. E., & Aregano, P. K. (2019). Drawing inspiration from American Indian student success frameworks: The role of family. In A. T. Arroyo, D. C. Maramba, T. O. Allen, D. Khalil, & R. T. Palmer (Eds.), New Directions for Student Services: Models and Bridges for Supporting Students at Minority-Serving Institutions (pp. 63-74). Wiley Periodicals.
Teranishi, R. T., Le, A., Gutierrez, R. A. E., Venturanza, R., Hafoka, ‘I., Gogue, D. T-L., & Uluave, L. (2019). Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders in higher education: A call to action. APIA Scholars and the Institute for Immigration, Globalization, and Education.
Gutierrez, R. A. E., & Le, A. (2018). (Re)conceptualizing protests: Activism, resistance, and AANAPISIs. Frontiers in Education, 3(70), 1-7.
EDUC 413/613 – Education for a Changing World
- Ph.D., Social Sciences and Comparative Education Specializing in Race and Ethnic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles
- M.A., Student Development Administration, Seattle University
- B.A., Sociology, University of Richmond