The Anti-Racism Collaborative — a strategic space for U-M community engagement on research and scholarship on anti-racism — has named five faculty members from across the university as Research and Community Impact Fellows.
Inaugural fellows were selected based on their established track record of research and relationships with community partners on work that challenges systemic racism.
“U-M scholars play a critical role in building and maintaining partnerships with local and national communities to address pressing racial issues in our society,” said Tabbye Chavous, director of the National Center for Institutional Diversity.
“This exceptional group of scholars are recognized for their innovative scholarship, along with innovative approaches, skills and competencies for meaningfully partnering with communities throughout the research cycle to make impacts towards more equitable communities and society.”
The fellows will showcase their research and scholarship in a Jan. 25 panel discussion hosted by Provost Susan M. Collins titled, “Anti-racist and community-centered research approaches for a more just and equitable society.” The discussion kicks off an event series beginning this semester, when e
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