Biographical Sketch Kareemah Love Sabur Ph.D. Student Boston College Education A.B. Harvard University, Sociology Research Interests Critical pedagogy and practice within social work; positive discrimination/affirmative action policies internationally, especially how they impact higher education; experiences of historically marginalized groups in the context of higher education. Organizations: Board of Directors, National Association of Social Workers (Massachusetts Chapter); Boston College School of Social Work Executive Board; President, Umoja (Boston College School of Social Work). Awards/Recognition: Pinderhughes Fellowship, Ron Brown Scholar; Social Work Doctoral Fellowship: Boston College Research Experience: Sabur, K. L. (2009). The Least of Us: Race and First-generation Status at an Ivy League College (Undergraduate thesis, Harvard University). Baer, M. R., Sabur, K. L., O'Loughlin, K. L., Starostik, P., & Minderman, H. (2006, November). The FLT3 Inhibitor PKC412 Interacts Synergistically with Both Daunorubicin and Cytarabine in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) Cells by Heterogeneous Mechanisms. In ASH Annual Meeting Abstracts (Vol. 108, No. 11, p. 1378).