University anti-racism policies: Use shared decision-making to hear BIPOC student insights
A graduate student shared this comment with me in 2016. Reflecting on my academic journey towards becoming a clinical assistant professor in occupational therapy at D'Youville University in Buffalo, New York, I realized we had something in common with each other — and with many BIPOC people at large universities.
Our conversation about the lack of BIPOC role models in higher education is now the impetus of my doctoral research.
In the Doctor of Science in Rehabilitation and Health Leadership program at Queen’s University, with a research team, I am examining the importance...