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Ruqayah Ghaus is an undergraduate student research assistant for the Institute. She is a senior at UC Berkeley studying Psychology and has recently worked as a Peer Counselor serving the homeless population of the Bay Area.
The Othering and Belonging Institute at UC Berkeley is a hub of engaged scholars, researchers, strategic communicators, policymakers, and community partners working to advance belonging for all members of society.