• Cristina works as a research program manager collaborating with interdisciplinary teams at the intersection of cooperation and cancer evolution research at Arizona State University. She is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the ACE Scholars Program, a training opportunity for undergraduate students that combines scientific mentoring with career and professional development sessions. Cristina holds two bachelor's degrees (economics and psychology), a master’s in higher education, and is currently pursuing a doctorate focused on educational leadership in higher education. Both practice and research-wise, Cristina is interested in mentoring undergraduate college students, barriers to students’ success, and the intersection between technology and higher education.


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