Intersectionalities in the Ivory Tower Symposium Lecture Series | Department of Political Science

Intersectionalities in the Ivory Tower Symposium Lecture Series

Event Date: 
Friday, April 13, 2018 - 8:00am
Event Location: 
UNT Gateway Center | 801 North Texas Boulevard Room 34, Denton, TX 76201

The Black Faculty Network, in conjunction with La Colectiva and the International Faculty Network will be posting a new lecture series titled, "Intersectionalities in the Ivory Tower". This symposium lecture series is designed for students of color to speak with Dr. Sinclair-Chapman and talk more in-depth about her experiences at various institutions and her difficulties with the tenure process that most often reflect faculty of color. Dr. Sinclair-Chapman is now a tenured professor and the Director for Research on Diversity and Inclusion at Purdue University. Students will also have an opportunity to speak with Dr. Sinclair-Chapman one on one or in small groups.

The event, hosted and moderated by our very own Dr. Valerie Martinez-Ebers, will also be giving the Keynote speech discussing issues she has faced as a tenured professor. As a founder of the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
Latina/o and Mexican-American Studies program and has done extensive research regarding race relations.

To attend, please register here.
To arrange a meeting with Dr. Sinclair Chapman, e-mail Dr. Chandra Donnell Carey.

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