Sharing the work that matters. Several of UT’s Black Studies faculty members will present their work in TV and new media-friendly format.
Celebrate the work of nationally- and internationally-renowned scholars as Black Studies professors from The University of Texas present topics from a variety of disciplines including health disparities in the black community, urban transportation planning and low-income communities, and the role of university-community partnerships in promoting dynamic and healthy communities.
Each talk will highlight an aspect of the presenting faculty member's work, and will be presented with supporting technology and oriented towards a general audience.
Kevin Cokley: “‘Black with a 4.0?: How Racial Identity Affects Black Students”
Talia McCray: “The Bus Stops Here: Urban Transportation Planning & Low-Income Communities”
Kevin Foster: “Blackademics: Supporting scholarship that is both rigorous and relevant”
Omi Jones: “Art as Scholarship”
**TALK IS FREE, BUT RSVP IS REQUIRED: CLICK HERE**