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The NCID Research and Scholarship Seminar Series features scholars who have furthered our understanding of historical and contemporary social issues related to identity, difference, culture, representation, power, oppression, and inequality — as they occur and affect individuals, groups, communities, and institutions. The series also highlights how research and scholarship can be applied to address current and contemporary diversity, equity, and inclusion issues in higher education and society.


The 2017-2018 series:

Navigating Recognition and Rejection: How Faculty Relationships Shape the Experiences of Scientists from Underrepresented Backgrounds

Kimberly Griffin, Associate Professor at the University of Maryland and the Editor of the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education | April 2, 2018

Affirming Muslim Student Identities on College Campuses

Shafiqa Ahmadi, JD, Associate Professor of Clinical Education at the Rossier School of Education and the Co-Director for the Center for Education, Identity, and Social Justice at the University of Southern California | March 14, 2018

Diversity Competency and Storytelling: Two Approaches to Examine Student Diversity Experiences

James S. Jones, Trustees' Distinguished Professor Director, Center for the Study of Diversity University of Delaware | November 3, 2017

Integrating Inclusion and Equity into the Academy

Samuel Museus, Professor of Education Studies at the University of California San Diego and Founding Director of the National Institute for Transformation and Equity

April 10, 2017