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Join the Center for Women and Gender Equity for a Research Seminar with Dr. Ellen Broido!
Tuesday, March 21
Hayes Hall 203
Dr. Broido (she/her/hers) is professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs at Bowling Green State University. Her research addresses multiple diversity and social justice issues in the context of higher education. Dr. Broido will share the work of BGSU’s Allies team to develop an instrument to measure white faculty members’ transformative ally behaviors. Adapting Solórzano and Delgado Bernal’s (2001) typology of student resistance and Hardiman et al.’s (2007) model of multiple levels of oppression, Broido sought to measure behaviors associated with white faculty members’ transformative allyship for racially minoritized faculty peers and the extent to which white faculty members challenged institutional and individual racism in academia.
Broido will share the process of developing the scale and initial findings and discuss the equally important process of and challenges in assessing allyship from the perspective of those in minoritized groups.
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