gender, subcultures, abolition, parenting students, disability studies
The New School for Social Research (MA, Ph.D. in sociology)
Hoiland, Sarah, Lee, JungHang, Valdes-Portela, Norberto, and Biao Jiang. (accepted). “Belonging and Academic Progress: A Two-Generation Model to Support Parenting Student,” Columbia Teachers College Record.
Hoiland, Sarah. (est. 2024). Righteous Sisterhood: Womens’ Search for Excellence and Camaraderie in a Motorcycle Club. Temple University Press.
Hoiland, Sarah, Reyes, Silvia, and Antonios Varelas. (2020). “The impact of a Supplemental Instruction Program on Diverse Peer Leaders at a Two Year Institution.” Journal of Peer Learning. 13: 5-20.
The National Science Foundation, HSI IUSE Grant. 2022-2026. $2,300,000.
Mellon/ ACLS Community College Faculty Fellowship. 2019-2020. $40,000.
“The Eugenio María de Hostos Drama in Education (DiE) Institute: Using Theater to Enhance Teaching.” Bridging Theory to Practice. 2019-2020. $6,000.
“Collaborative Research: Numeracy Infusion for College Educators (NICE).” National Science Foundation. 2016-2019. #1644948. $103,020.
“Collaborative Community Arts for Dialogue, Reflection, and Energy (CADRE) in the Bronx.” Bridging Theory to Practice. 2017-2018. $30,000.
Hoiland, Sarah L. 2021. “Connecting Classroom to Community During COVID-19,” Teaching/ Learning Matters, Vol. 51, Iss. 2.