Kamiya Stewart is a doctoral student in the Social Psychology PhD and Health Psychology Graduate Certificate programs at Tulane University. She received dual bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Human Development at California State University, San Bernardino. Stewart holds a master’s degree in Experimental Psychology at California State University, San Bernardino.
Stewart studies social identity, negative intergroup interactions such as discrimination, prejudice, and ostracism, and outcomes for marginalized populations. She is interested in various social identities, the intersectionality of identities and outcomes in a variety of contexts, including school and work.
A California native, in New Orleans Kamiya enjoys the culture, food, and random parades throughout the year. Her hobbies include reading, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.