Freshman Mory Diakite engages in a thoughtful conversation with Damion Blake, assistant professor of political science and policy studies, during "The Black Man in America" class.

The Art of Crafting a Mentored CURE

by Buffie Longmire-Avital In my last post, I argued that course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) can be a stepping stone for a student’s path toward mentored undergraduate research, but to yield equitable impact for historically underrepresented minority students (HURMS), CUREs must …



quote: "Partnership gave them an opportunity and strategies to work towards altering power dynamics and creating a more democratic culture within the higher education system in which both sides could share responsibilities for teaching and learning."

Stephen Bloch-Schulman, Claire Lockard and maggie castor on Student-Faculty Partnerships

by Ketevan Kupatadze Recently I was extremely fortunate to have a conversation with Dr. Stephen Bloch-Shulman and then undergraduate, but now graduate students, Claire Lockard and maggie castor, about their experiences with partnership in teaching and learning. Stephen, maggie, and Claire have …