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Dr. Terrell Strayhorn (Part 1): “Professing the Good Work in Academic and Community Spaces”

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by dr. Saby Labor in Audio, Blog, Resources
April 16, 2018 0 comments

Dr. Terrell Strayhorn speaks to his identities as a family member, the role of growing up where education was highly valued, and shares other personal excavations. Dr. Strayhorn has held professional roles as a professor and administrator. He addresses the digital divide and draws connections to issues of college access and success for historically underrepresented students. We conclude our discussion by highlighting the role of belonging and the second edition of his book, “College Students’ Sense of Belonging: A Key to Educational Success for All Students”, which is coming out this summer.

Dr. Terrell Strayhorn is one of the foremost authorities on college student success and issues of equity and diversity in education, especially in terms of race and belonging in college contexts. Author of 10 books, over 200 journal articles and chapters/reports, Professor Strayhorn has secured nearly $3 million in grants to support his research over the years. He’s a highly sought public speaker–and he has delivered hundreds of keynotes and public lectures at more than 500 colleges/universities and conferences across the globe. Most recently, he was on the faculty at The Ohio State University where he also directed a multi-million dollar research center on college access and success. He’s known for using the hash tag #DoGoodWork on social media!

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