Jaime Liborio Del Razo

Assistant Professor of Education
Jaime Liborio Del Razo wearing a light colored shirt, dark gray jacket against a gray background.

Jaime's work examines the continual and ‘accepted’ forms of oppression that marginalized communities endure in overt and subtle forms in the United States. Though this research agenda intersects a variety of topics, his two current lines of inquiry are (1) College Access and Equity for Undocumented Students; and (2) The School-To-Military Pipeline. Jaime holds a PhD in Education from UCLA’s Graduate School of Education & Information Studies (GSE&IS) and a Bachelor of Arts in Rhetoric from UC Berkeley. His doctoral dissertation examined the college matriculation of undocumented students using Critical Race Theory (CRT) as his primary theoretical framework and a mixed methodology using both qualitative and quantitative analyses.

Jaime has been an educational policy researcher, classroom math teacher, a university outreach program provider, and he served in a US Army artillery unit during the Gulf War.

BA, University of California-Berkeley; PhD, University of California-Los Angeles
At Vassar since 2017


Maria Mitchell Observatory
Box 132

Departments and Programs


EDUC 162 Education and Opportunity in the United States
EDUC 365 Social Science Research Methods

In the Media

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The Vassar Veterans Association will host the Braga 5K, a race/walk honoring the memory of Army National Guard vet Fernando Braga, who died by suicide last year. Funds raised at the event will benefit Braga’s daughter, Zafira, and two organizations that combat veteran suicide.


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