Jasmine Rose

Jasmine Rose

Jasmine Rose

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Applied Developmental Psychology: Black experiences related to social Justice, equity, inclusion, and intersectional identities.

Jasmine Rose is a second year MA student in the ADP program under the advisement of Dr. Goldstein. Jasmine’s broad interests surround the experiences of Black women; especially as it relates to gendered-racial identity development, racism, self efficacy, and other factors which influence Black women’s life experiences. Her current work includes the longitudinal experiences of Black women in education. Jasmine’s master's thesis explores how Black womens' intersectional identity may act as a mechanism between academic self-efficacy and academic achievement. Jasmine participated in the Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program (MAOP) at Virginia Tech, where she completed and presented an independent research project focused on how religiousness mediated the relationship between adolescent substance use and socioeconomic status. She graduated with a BS in Psychology with Honors and a concentration in Health Psychology from GMU in 2021, where she also worked in the REACH lab. 

Selected Publications

Ramseur II, K., Chaudhry, T., Feinberg, J., Martin, L., Rose, J., Salazar, M., Strickler, S., & Cattaneo, L.B. (2021). For the Master’s Tools will never Dismantle the Master’s House: Developing Antiracist Research within Academic Institutions Built upon White Supremacy. Workshop presented at the 18th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action (virtual due to covid-19 guidelines). 

Rose, J.C., Peviani, K., & Kim-Spoon, J. (July, 2017). Religion as a Buffer for Link Between Socioeconomic Risk and Substance Use. Presentation and poster presented at the Annual Research Symposium for the Multicultural Academic Opportunities Program, Blacksburg, VA.

Rose, J., Litano, M., Reynoldson, K. & Major, D. (April, 2016). Overcoming Barriers Facing First Generation College Students. Presented at the conclusion of the Undergraduate Research Apprenticeship Program, Norfolk, VA.

Education

Master’s in Applied Developmental Psychology                                                                Fall 2022 - Spring 2024 (anticipated)

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

 

Bachelor of Sciences in Psychology                                                                                     Jan 2017 - May 2021

George Mason University, Fairfax, VA