In her role as DWF, she will be providing one-on-one writing feedback to doctoral and postdoctoral students and will conduct writing presentations and workshops. She is especially interested in supporting first-generation graduate students,non-native English speakers and students fromunderrepresented minority groups with academic writing and find their voice in academia. Her areas of interest as a Doctoral Writing Fellow lie in supporting graduate level writers from the humanities and social sciences, psychology and neuroscience, education, sociology, public policy, political science, economics and history.
Candice completed her BA in Psychology at St Xavier’s College, (Autonomous), Mumbai and a masters degree in Counseling at SNDT Women’s University, Mumbai. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at UNC Charlotte. Her research interests lie in the areas of mental health and counselor education, as well as developing inclusive, affirmative therapeutic interventions for individuals from minority identity groups such as people of colour, LGBTQ as well as those who are neurodivergent or live with disabilities.