Professor and Department Chair of Political Science, Trinity College
Chapter Member: Connecticut SSN
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Chambers' research and teaching focus on migration, mayoral leadership, urban education, and racial and ethnic politics, gender and politics and environmental justice. She has developed a personal teaching philosophy that emphasizes academic rigor, the development of critical thinking and writing skills, engagement with the Hartford community, and that places priority on issues of diversity. Beyond her scholarship, she is actively engaged in community service in Hartford. She serves on the board of Achieve Hartford!, an educational advocacy organization in Hartford. She was also Trinity’s Director of the Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy, a 6-12 public school in Hartford, from 2011 to 2014.
In the News
"In Winning U.S. House Primary, Ilhan Omar Breaks Barriers and Sets an Example," Stefanie Chambers, Star Tribune, August 16, 2018.
Stefanie Chambers's research on the Somali population in Minneapolis discussed by , "Why the Somali Community in the Twin Cities is So Much More Politically Successful than the One in Columbus, Ohio," MinnPost, April 3, 2017.
"Somali Refugee Integration in the U.S.," Stefanie Chambers, Interview with All Sides Staff, WOSU Public Media, February 22, 2017.
Stefanie Chambers's research on , "Columbus Needs Somali Cops, Better Assimilation, Scholar Says," Columbus Dispatch, January 9, 2017.