This podcast focuses on Women of Color (WOC) in higher education. The experience can be enlightening and different at the same time. You will hear the challenges, successes and strategies women use to navigate academia.
Join Dr. Pat Sanders, a Full Professor of Communications, as she speaks to those who have walked the roads of the academy and how they have managed it all.
A former broadcast journalist, Dr. Pat now want to tell the stories of black women and other women of color in higher education. She talks to women engaged in administration, teaching, mentorship, communications, media, and who are thought leaders.
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Black Women's Voices
On this episode, I talk about the hiring Black women at universities, companies and organizations.
Tips are shared on what companies can do to recruit, hire and retain Black female employees and the richness they bring to any workplace.
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Is Your Workplace Spirit Animal Thriving?
We work to find fulfillment in meeting goals and to help others. We also work to find professional fulfillment and happiness for ourselves, don't we? Of course we do!
In this episode, Dr. Pat Sanders helps us to investigate our workplace "spirit animal" in a fun way.
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Episode 16: Do You Love Teaching Enough to Get A Second Doctorate? She Does!
Episode 16: Dr. Stephanie Ricks
Dr. Stephanie Ricks is an Educator, Creator, Mom. She LOVES teaching! Did you see what I wrote? Teaching is her passion.
She shares with us:
Her love for teaching.
Her entrepreneurial spirit.
Why she will likely to go back and earn a second doctorate. Yes, doctorate number 2!
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Episode 15: Making the Move from Secondary Education to Faculty to Research
Do you have a black child in school? Dr. Carla Monroe's research has centered around black lives, and, in particular, young black children in education. She discusses how Black children's behavior is addressed in more punitive ways than other children.
Dr. Monroe now works with research and grants at her university and loves it. Before that, though, she was a secondary education teacher. She's not new to the academy. Find more at https://www.drpatsanders.com/
Ms. Nicole Vick Brings Black Girl Magic to the Classroom While Teaching About Public Health
Ms. Nicole Vick is a public health professional, educator, and civic leader committed to women’s and social justice issues. Talking with her is like visiting with a longtime friend.
She shares how she juggles being an adjunct instructor, a full-time job and being the mom of an adult daughter. She has 12 years of experience as an adjunct instructor and currently teaches public health in Los Angeles, California. Her lived experiences fuel her teaching. For more of her story: https://www.drpatsander
Author, Professor, Mother of MOJO Dr. Allissa Richardson Part. 2
Part 1 of 2.
Dr. Allissa Richardson, assistant professor at USC, researches how marginalized communities use mobile and social media to produce innovative forms of journalism — especially in times of crisis.
The “Mother of Mojo” also shares her oftentimes challenging journey at a HBCU.
She recently published a book on African Americans' use of smartphones to help provide witness in the fight against police brutality.
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