This page showcases scholarly and creative activities and research of Appalachian State faculty, staff, and students related to diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and/or belonging.
Faculty & Staff Corner
In 2018, Theresa Redmond, Ph.D., Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction; along with Tempestt Adams, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the ...
Daniel Theriault, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Recreation Management and Physical Education, along with Rasul Mowatt, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Parks, Recreation...
Lori Medders, Ph.D., Joseph F. Freeman Distinguished Professor of Insurance at the Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, Jamie Parson, Ph.D., Chief Diversity Officer and Associate...
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Patricia Ferreira, graduate student in Psychology, collaborated with Dr. Twila Wingrove on her project to assess whether framing rape as a hate crime can increase conviction rates and reduce...
Rebecca Long, graduate student in Appalachian Studies, will travel to Vancouver, BC to present her paper...
Caleb Peters, a senior Graphic Design major, worked with Prof. Maurice Meilleur in Fall 2018 to create a set of 45 symbols to submit to the Phaistos Project's open call for student work. These...
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Information about the Scholarship of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (SDEI) grants can be found on the Grants Resources & Services Internal Grants page.
Applications for SDEI grants open on the first day of the fall semester on InfoReady.
Submit Your Work
If your research deals with issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, justice, and/or belonging, consider submitting a brief abstract below to be featured on the scholarship of diversity, equity, and inclusion website. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words, and should be accessible to a general audience. With questions about what to include, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.