Anne-Marie Núñez (she/her/ella) is a Professor in The Ohio State University Department of Educational Studies, Higher Education and Student Affairs Program. Her work addresses transforming postsecondary opportunity structures for historically marginalized communities. She examines how postsecondary institutions respond to significant demographic transformation, like the recent four-fold growth in the Latinx share of the U.S. population. Her research focuses on (1) postsecondary trajectories of Latinx, first-generation, migrant, and English Learner students; (2) institutional diversity in the U.S., including the role of Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) in promoting college opportunities; and (3) building inclusive and equitable environments in STEM disciplines and HSIs. Funded by over $10 million in grants from agencies including the National Science Foundation and The Spencer Foundation, her current research aims to strengthen equity in geosciences and computing, and to build capacity for talent development in STEM fields at HSIs.