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Award-winning author and researcher delivers keynote at SOE's 2020 Research Colloquium
Dr. Bettina L. Love, an award-winning author and researcher in the area of Hip Hop education, addressed a group of VCU faculty, staff and students recently at the Science Museum of Virginia on her experience researching whiteness in schools and its impact on students of color. Love’s keynote address was part of the School of Education’s annual research colloquium which highlights faculty and doctoral student research and research-related activities.
Dr. Apugo looks at bias toward African American women
The amount of knowledge being generated by VCU School of Education faculty in published research goes beyond merely enhancing the school’s reputation – it is helping to shape the future of education itself. One recent example of this is the study below, co-authored by Dr. Danielle Apugo, assistant professor and visiting faculty scholar in the Department of Teaching and Learning, which looks at African American women’s narratives of hair bias in schools.