Charles H. F. Davis III and Deborah Rivas-Drake named 2022 Anti-Racism Collaborative Research and Community Impact Fellows by the National Center for Institutional Diversity 

January 19, 2022

Anti-Racism Collaborative Research and Community Impact Fellows are recognized for a track record of research and relationships with community partners that challenge systemic racism.

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The National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID) has named Drs. Charles Davis III (Assistant Professor, Higher Education) and Deborah Rivas-Drake (Stephanie J. Rowley Collegiate Professor of Education) in the School of Education SOE as 2022 Anti-Racism Collaborative Research and Community Impact Fellows for their established track record of research and relationships with community partners on work that challenges systemic racism. The Anti-racism Collaborative is a partnership of NCID with the provost’s office anti-racism initiative, intended to help support connections between and elevation of scholars across our U-M campus who study racial inequality and justice. 

The Fellows will be in conversation together in an event with Provost Collins on Tuesday, January 25 from 3-4:30 p.m., entitled, “Anti-racist and community-centered research approaches for a more just and equitable society”. The fellows will share their community-centered research and scholarship and insights on the institutional conditions and supports necessary to support this type of publicly engaged and impactful work. 

Members of the SOE community are encouraged to attend the event via Zoom by registering here.
 

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