Seanna Cade Leath
Graduate Student Instructor
Seanna Leath is an advanced graduate student in the Combined Program for Education and Psychology at the University of Michigan, and a research assistant for the University’s Center for the Study of Black Youth in Context. Her research interests center around (1) racial and gender identity development among African American girls and women and its relationship with their psychosocial development; (2) the effect of racial discrimination on African American adolescent and young adults’ academic and psychological well-being; and (3) the ways in which family, school, and community contexts influence African American girls’ racial and gender identity beliefs.
Leath’s program of study:
Combined Program in Education and Psychology
Room 1400 F