Lucy De Souza

PhD Student

Research Area

Education

M.A., University of British Columbia, 2019
M.A., Wesleyan University, 2017
B.A., Wesleyan University, 2016

About

Drawing from intersectional and Black feminist theory, Lucy’s research focuses on how race/ethnicity may distinctively shape women’s experiences/perceptions of women in male-dominated spaces such as STEM fields. Her research also revolves around understanding allyship, mainly investigating the social-psychological factors that may inhibit people from confronting sexism and the benefits of cross-gender dialogue in the workplace.


Research

Research interests include racialized gender stereotypes, intergroup dialogue, and allyship.


Awards

Jenessa Shapiro Graduate Research Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2019)


Lucy De Souza

PhD Student

M.A., University of British Columbia, 2019
M.A., Wesleyan University, 2017
B.A., Wesleyan University, 2016

Drawing from intersectional and Black feminist theory, Lucy’s research focuses on how race/ethnicity may distinctively shape women’s experiences/perceptions of women in male-dominated spaces such as STEM fields. Her research also revolves around understanding allyship, mainly investigating the social-psychological factors that may inhibit people from confronting sexism and the benefits of cross-gender dialogue in the workplace.

Research interests include racialized gender stereotypes, intergroup dialogue, and allyship.

Jenessa Shapiro Graduate Research Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2019)

Lucy De Souza

PhD Student

M.A., University of British Columbia, 2019
M.A., Wesleyan University, 2017
B.A., Wesleyan University, 2016

Drawing from intersectional and Black feminist theory, Lucy’s research focuses on how race/ethnicity may distinctively shape women’s experiences/perceptions of women in male-dominated spaces such as STEM fields. Her research also revolves around understanding allyship, mainly investigating the social-psychological factors that may inhibit people from confronting sexism and the benefits of cross-gender dialogue in the workplace.

Research interests include racialized gender stereotypes, intergroup dialogue, and allyship.

Jenessa Shapiro Graduate Research Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2019)