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Researching Race Series

The Researching Race Series is professional development for academics and autodidacts interested in learning about race, racism and research. Sessions will include topics ranging from theoretical frameworks and framing, methodologies, epistemological and ontological positioning, subject selection, writing, dissertation, and research.

Upcoming Sessions

Dr. Nichole Garcia, Assistant Professor of Higher Education from Rutgers University will present "QuantCrit: An Antiracist Approach to Educational Inquiry" as part of the Researching Race lecture series offered by the University at Buffalo's Center for K-12 Black History and Racial Literacy Education.

Virtual Presentation
November 3, 2022

Dr. Nichole Carcia
Rutgers University
Session: QuantCrit: An Antiracist Approach to Educational Inquiry

Past Sessions

Virtual Presentation
March 15, 2022

Dr. Ramon Goings
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Session: The Reality of Researching Race in Your Dissertation: Strategies for Success and Keeping Your Sanity

See our events page to view our full calendar list.