Dillon Cathro

University of Michigan School of Social Work

Dillon Alexander Methven Cathro currently works as Community Research Coordinator for the University of Michigan School of Social Work. He has a strong interest in education and immigration reform, particularly concerning pedagogical reform in foreign language teaching, and the improvement of resettlement services for immigrant and refugee populations. He aspires to become a university-level Social Work professor, with a research emphasis on immigration and asylum processes, as well as the use of translation within the field of social work. In the future, Mr. Cathro would like to teach in an undergraduate Social Work program, either in the US or in Scotland, and to serve as an advocate for students that hold historically marginalized sociocultural identities.

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Immigration and Questions of Identity in Akron, Ohio

Overview of Issues The United States, built on a history of immigration, is no stranger to questions of integration, identity, and social cohesion. It has long grappled with these questions, …