Peer Reviewed Articles (Clickable Links Below)
Camacho, L., Sanchez, B., Abeyta, M., Catano, Y., Rodriguez, A., Camarillo, N., Gonzalez, S.A., Orozco, R., Gonzalez, A. (2023). Survival Platicas of Latinx/a/o Scholars During a Global Pandemic. Center for Minority Serving Institutions at the University of Pennsylvania.
Abeyta, M. (2022). Formerly incarcerated Latino men in California community colleges. Project MALES Research Brief. 29(1). 1-2.
Abeyta, M. (2022). Academic pathways for formerly incarcerated students: “If I could do 12 years in prison, why can’t I do 12 years in college.” Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity, 8(1), 37-49.
Acevedo, N., Burgos-Lopez, L., Labandera, E., Abeyta, M., McNaee, T., Cammarota, J. (2022). Working beyond borders to cultivate knowledge and support for Puerto Rican colleges and universities. In Sansone, V. & Hernandez, M. (Eds). An ASHE Institute Report with Puerto Rican Higher Education Leaders. https://www.ashe.ws/prcuinstitute
Abeyta, M., Hernandez, J.L., & Torres, A., Duran, O. (In Press). Streetwise Epistemology: A framework to explore the knowledge contained within the lived experience of formerly incarcerated and system impacted Latina/o/x students. Latina/o/x Community College Transfer Experiences. In J. Del Real Viramontes & M. Vasquez (Eds.).
Abeyta, M., Torres, A., Hernandez, J.L., Duran, O. (2021). Rising Scholars: A case study of two community colleges serving formerly incarcerated and system impacted students. Journal of Applied Research in Community Colleges. 28(1), 99-109.
Abeyta, M. (2020). Formerly incarcerated Latino men navigating California community colleges. Journal of Applied Research in Community Colleges. 27(2), 51-62.
Abeyta, M., Hernandez, J., Torres, A., Duran, O. (Accepted). Towards an understanding of Streetwise Epistemology to support formerly incarcerated and system impacted Latina/o/x students. In J. Del Real Viramontes & M. Vasquez (Eds). Latina/o/x Community College Transfer Experiences. [Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter]