08.30.20

Building A Pipeline of HBCU Scholars Helps to Decolonize Research

Decolonizing research is a process of conducting research with Indigenous communities that places Indigenous voices and epistemologies in the center of the research process (Battiste, 2000; Smith, 1999).” Researchers from Thurgood Marshall College Fund and United Negro College Fund institutions are invited to help frame the world differently via K-12 action research. Albany State University Center for Educational Opportunity is offering a free professional development opportunity with noted scholar and researcher, Dr. Fred Bonner, II (pictured). Dr. Bonner is Professor and Endowed Chair in Educational Leadership and Counseling and Founding Executive Director and Chief Scientist of the Minority Achievement, Creativity and High-Ability (MACH-III) Center at Prairie View A&M University. The full-day professional development workshop is co-sponsored by Prairie View MACH-III. Registration is limited to 30 participants and is offered at no cost to participants. Details below.

WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 2020,  9  a.m – 4 p.m. EST

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