Transformative Leadership, Collective Healing, and the Ethics of Care
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As we experience the COVID-19 pandemic, I discuss the importance of leadership for transformation, collective healing, and care.
#CommunicationSoWhite: Two-Year Anniversary Reflections - Part 1
Reflections on the #CommunicationSoWhite movement and its beginnings in Summer 2018.
Call for Blog Entries: "Quarantined Across Borders"
Deadline extended. Call for entries for blog/ebook/IJOC Forum special issue on "Quarantined Across Borders" by Media Rise.
Third Anniversary of our Campus Protests, Counter-Talk, and Aggies Unite
On the third anniversary of our campus protests against white supremacy, I reflect on student-led activism and anti-racism pedagogy.
The Fall 2019 Difficult Dialogues were a big success!
Difficult Dialogues Project review at the end of Fall 2019. Teaching and mentoring our multidisciplinary research team at TAMU.
Named 2019 TAMU Presidential Impact Fellow
Honored to receive the 2019 Presidential Impact Fellow award at TAMU for overall scholarly excellence.
UC Santa Barbara & CalPoly Visit
Talks at UC-Santa Barbara and at CalPoly on the Difficult Dialogues Project, including feedback from attendees.
Massachusetts Trip: UMass-Amherst and Emerson
Talks at U-Mass Amherst on communication scholar-activism and Emerson College on Difficult Dialogues and anti-racism pedagogy at Emerson.
Best swag ever at TAMU Communication Summit
Workshop on Inclusive Communication for TAMU Comm Summit (for comm and marketing professionals) co-facilitated with my grad students.
Receiving the "Faculty Mentorship Award" from our grad students
Receiving the 2019 Faculty Mentorship Award from the Comm Grad Students Association.
Presumed Incompetence, (In)Visibility, and Minoritized Scholars
Reflections on intersectionality, marginalizations, and minoritized scholar experiences on campuses and the scholarly community.
The Double Bind of Imposter Syndrome Among Scholars of Color
Talking publicly about writing failures is a privilege that scholars of color often do not have. So deep are our ingrained beliefs of inferi
My talk on Critical Media Effects at New Zealand's Massey University
Invited talk on Critical Media Effects, Anti-Racism, and (De)Stigmatization
Faculty Development Leave 2019-2020
As I reflect on my previous sabbatical in London and Singapore, I look forward to writing and research in my upcoming sabbatical.
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