Dr. Liz Soluri has over fourteen years of experience teaching biological and social science courses in community colleges in the San Francisco Bay region of California. She is committed to equitable and evidence-based pedagogies, and she has conducted research evaluating the efficacy of such approaches in higher education. Dr. Soluri has also facilitated professional development related to topics such as student learning outcomes, course design, and strategies for supporting racially minoritized students.
In recent years, Dr. Soluri’s work has focused on the implementation of guided pathways. She has led cross-component teams of students, staff, faculty, and administrators to identify and enact improvements in the student experience. Dr. Soluri believes in the importance of bringing multiple voices and perspectives into dialogue, and she has expertise in facilitating data-driven, student-centered, and equity-minded decision-making.
Ph.D. (Anthropology) | University of California, Berkeley
M.A. (Anthropology) | University of California, Berkeley
B.A. (Anthropology) | New York University
Faculty Lead for Guided Pathways | Cabrillo College
Department Chair (Sociology Department and Women’s Studies Department) | Cabrillo College
Faculty (Anthropology) | Cabrillo College