Dr. Jeanette Snider is an Assistant Research Professor with the Social Justice Alliance and Anti-Black Racism Initiative and Adjunct Professor at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Formerly, Snider served as Associate Director for the Robert H. Smith School of Business Undergraduate Program Office.
She has a passion for working with students and helping them reach their full potential at all levels of their educational journey. This is reflected in her programs, initiatives, conference presentations, publications, and consulting experiences. Snider’s research interests center around Multiracial/Biracial student experiences and mentoring relationship as well as issues of social justice, race, and equity more broadly. Specifically, Snider has examined the racialized experiences of Multiracial women student involvement in social Greek letter organizations utilizing a Critical Race Theory and Critical Multiracial Theory (MultiCrit) lens. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE).
Areas of Interest
- Critical Race Theory and Critical Multiracial Theory
- Multiracial, Biracial and Mixed student experiences
- Race and Racism
- Fraternity and Sorority Experiences
- Cross cultural challenges
BA (2008)Government from College of William and Mary
MA (2011)Higher Education Administration from the University of Maryland College Park
PhD (2020)Higher Education Administration from the University of Maryland College Park