Colette Daiute is Professor in the Ph.D. Programs in Psychology, Urban Education, Educational Psychology, The Committee on Globalization and Social Change, and MA in Childhood and Youth Studies. Dr. Daiute was formerly on the faculty of the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She does research, practice, and policy innovations with education and community organizations during and after violent conflicts and social structural exclusions. Daiute’s recent books include Narrative Inquiry: A Dynamic Approach (Sage Publications); Human Development and Political Violence (Cambridge University Press); International Perspectives on Youth Conflict and Development (Oxford University Press); Minority Educators – Roma in Serbia – Narrate Education Reform (with Tinde Kovacs-Cerovic, University of Belgrade Institute of Psychology and Education); Values Analysis of Global Education Initiatives (Global Education Network Europe). Recent journal articles include “Dynamic values negotiating geo-political narratives across a migration system” (Qualitative Psychology) and “Narrating crisis from war zones to disease zones” (Journal of Humanistic Psychology). Daiute’s current research projects include DACA at 10 (focusing on how immigrant youth interact with community colleges and community organizations to advocate for self-determination in U.S. society); Social Supports for Interactive Digital Narrative Design Learning; Dynamic Storytelling to Enhance Lawyer – Asylum Seeker Communication; Colette Daiute is a Member of the National Academy of Education and Past President of the Jean Piaget Society for the Study of Knowledge and Development, where she recently launched a podcast series How Ideas Travel. In addition to teaching at the Graduate Center, Dr. Daiute is a founding member and co-coordinator of the Qualitative Research Methods Concentration.