The Art of World-Making: What #WeArePublicScholars Means for Graduate Education

My colleagues and friend, Jallicia Jolly, developed an amazing campaign giving visibility to graduate students who engage in public scholarship. I am excited and honored to be featured in her work. As she describes,

#WeArePublicScholars – a student-led, intergenerational, and interdisciplinary initiative that amplifies the work of graduate students who do diversity research and public scholarship. Its purpose is two-fold: 1) to showcase the research of graduate students who use their work to advance national debates, public discourse, social policies, and community interventions; and 2) to connect graduate students to intergenerational mentorship and training that model effective research dissemination and application.”

Published by Nkemka

Scholar of Black youth's healing and empowerment. Advocate for mental health and social justice. Creator of art and experiences for soul-searching dreamers.

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