Ricardo Delgado Solis

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Graduate Student


Intersectionality, Education, Race, Gender, Immigration Status, Sexuality, and Non-traditional First-Generation Undocumented Queer Latinx Students.


Ph.D (in progress), Chicana and Chicano Studies University of California, Santa Barbara
Bachelor of Arts, Gender and Sexuality Studies University of California, Riverside
Bachelor of Science, Sociology University of California, Riverside
Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T), Sociology Mt. San Antonio College
Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T), Psychology Mt. San Antonio College

Associate in Arts for Transfer (AA-T),

Liberal Arts and Sciences (Emphasis in Behavioral Science

Mt. San Antonio College



Pronouns: He/Him/El

As a non-traditional transfer and first-generation undocu-queer student himself,  his research aims to bring visibility and representation to the lack of non-traditional Ph.D. Latinx students from an interdisciplinary and intersectional perspective while analyzing the intersectionality of education, race, gender, immigration status, and sexuality.

Honors and Awards

UCR Chancellor Research Fellowship (CRF)
UCSB Racial Justice Fellowship




University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB)

Research Assistant:  UndocuAging: A Binational Study on Older Mexican Undocumented Migrants and Deportees' Mental Health. 

Advisor: Dr. Juanita Garcia (UCSB)

Teaching Experience

University of California, Riverside

Discussion Leader/Peer Educator/Mentor


Oral Presentations

“The Challenges of Latinx UndocuQueer Transfer Students in Higher Education.”
University of California Riverside (UCR)
The Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity CRF Symposium 2021

“Reporting in the Mexican Media Regarding Immigration Detention Centers in the United States.”
University of California Riverside 32nd Annual Research Symposium.
Mentoring Summer Research Internship Program (MSRIP) 2018