Dr. Perez-Felkner teaches graduate courses in Sociology of Education, Sociology of Higher Education, and Outcomes of Higher Education, and Applied Regression. Impressed by the enthusiasm and caliber of FSU students, she is currently collaborating with and supporting multiple graduate and undergraduate students involved in research on higher education contexts and policies, and pathways to degrees in the sciences. Prior to her appointment, she taught Youth in Society: Theoretical and Methodological Analysis at the University of Chicago and was a Teaching Intern in the Self, Culture, and Society social theory sequence there.


2016 – Supervisor/Mentor Award, Hardee Center and the Higher Education Program (Florida State University)

2014- Transformation through Teaching Award, for mentoring students (Florida State University)

2009 – Bernice Neugarten Award, for new course design (University of Chicago)

Other Recognition:

2015 – Twitter use in Higher Ed MS courses featured in FSU College of Education’s The Torch article (pp. 2-3).

Recent Fellowships Awarded to Student Mentees:

National Academy of Education/Spencer Foundation Fellowship for Research Related to Education (2016);

P.E.O. International Scholar Award (2016);

Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) Outstanding Graduate Student Award – in Florida (2015), in Region III (2016);

Center for Khmer Studies Junior Fellowship (2016)

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Course Syllabi:

Applied Regression 2015

Outcomes of Undergraduate Education 2016

Research Methods for Higher Education Professionals 2015

Sociology of Education 2015

Sociology of Higher Education 2016

Youth in Society

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