Faculty & Staff

21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge

Faculty and staff are invited to join Human Resources and Intersections for a 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge, Jan. 18 to Feb. 15. 

The challenge — divided into four weeks, each with different themes, resources, and discussion questions — is designed to promote greater understanding of the intersections of race, power, privilege, supremacy, oppression, and equity and create effective social justice habits by immersing participants in a daily exploration of inequity, injustice, and ways to implement change.

Learn more and register for the challenge in Talent Web.

 

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Faculty & Staff Accomplishments

Dr. Nicole Maurantonio
Maurantonio Published

Nicole Maurantonio, associate professor in rhetoric & communication studies, published ‘“Green Life Matters”: Place and the Politics of Environmental and Commemorative Justice’ in Communication, Culture and Critique.

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Dr. Sandra J. Peart
Peart Published

Sandra Peart, dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, published the op-ed "Public Speech and Democracy" in History News Network. 

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John R. Pagan
Law Professor Awarded Honorable Mention

Emeritus Prof. John Pagan was awarded an honorable mention in the Huntington Library Quarterly Centennial Essay Competition. His article will appear in the Summer 2021 issue of the publication.

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Matthew Oware
Oware Published

Matthew Oware, Irving May endowed chair in sociology, published "15 Best New Rap Music Books to Read in 2021" on Bookauthority.

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Dr. Todd Lookingbill
Lookingbill Awarded

Todd Lookingbill, associate professor of geography, environmental studies, and biology, has been named an Outstanding Faculty Award recipient by the State Council of Higher Education. Read more.

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Dr. Todd Lookingbill
Lookingbill Published

Todd Lookingbill, associate professor of geography and the environment, published “Assessing Inequitable Urban Heat Islands and Air Pollution Disparities with Low-Cost Sensors in Richmond, Virginia” in Sustainability.

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Lauren Craig Tilton
Tilton Co-authors Publication

Lauren Tilton, assistant professor of rhetoric & communication studies, co-authored “The Role of Metadata in American Studies” in Polish Journal for American Studies with RHCS major, Luke Malcynsky, and alums, Emeline Blevins, ’17 and Hanglin Zhou, ’20.

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Brown presents at communicators boot camp

Sunni Brown, director of media and public relations, presented "Maximizing Digital Platforms for Media Relations" at the Virtual Education Communicators Boot Camp 2 hosted by PWorld.

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