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MOIN SYED is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. His research is broadly concerned with identity development among ethnically and culturally diverse adolescents and emerging adults, with particular focus on the development of multiple personal and social identities (e.g., ethnicity, social class, and gender) and the implications of identity development for educational experiences and career orientation.

MARGARITA AZMITIA is a Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Her research focuses on how children and adolescents from diverse backgrounds manage developmental and school transitions. She is especially interested in the roles of family, peers, and school in adolescents’ adjustment to these transitions and in the roles of gender, ethnicity, and social class in adolescents’ and young adults’ identity development and educational trajectories.

CATHERINE R. COOPER is Professor of Psychology and founding director of the doctoral program in Developmental Psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She developed the Bridging Multiple Worlds Theory to trace how youth forge identity pathways to college, careers, and adult roles without giving up ties to their families and cultural communities. Cooper is director of the Bridging Multiple Worlds Alliance, a network of researchers, educators, and policymakers working to open educational opportunities from preschool through graduate and professional school (P-20).