Quixada Moore-Vissing

Quixada Moore-Vissing
Research Assistant
Doctoral Candidate, Department of Education

Quixada is a PhD student in education at the University of New Hampshire. She works at the Carsey Institute as a research assistant for the NH Listens program. Quixada’s research interests include financial aid policy and how the cost of college influences access to higher education, both in America and abroad. She also studies civic engagement, public deliberation, and citizenship and democracy in education.

Quixada has worked as a financial aid specialist and high school English teacher. She earned her bachelor’s degree in literature and the avant-garde from Boston University, her master’s degree in teaching secondary English from the University of New Hampshire, and a master’s degree in communication from the University of Illinois. She currently represents the College of Liberal Arts as a senator for the Graduate School.

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