Dr. LeConté Dill is an Assistant Professor (Depar tment of Community Health Sciences) where she teaches predominantly first-generation and students of color, many of whom are experiencing family crises and personal struggles while balancing work and academic obligations. Dill conducts community-engaged research focused on the mechanisms of risks, resilience, and resistance among urban youth of color. She is also the Research Director at the Sadie Nash Leadership Project. Dr. Monique Guishard is an Assistant Professor of Psychology (Depar tment of Social Sciences), par ticipatory action researcher, and de-colonial ethicist who uses Brown feminist (Black, Latina, & Indigenous feminist epistemologies) to theorize back to conventional research ethics frameworks. She is co-director of the PCORI Eugene Washington funded Community Engaged Research Academy.
This event was published on November 17, 2020.