Congratulations to Charissa Threat, PhD, who has been awarded the Lavinia L. Dock Book Award from the American Association for the History of Nursing. The heralded text is titled Nursing Civil Rights: Race and Gender in the Army Nurse Corps. Charissa is also a recipient of a 2017 UNCF/Mellon Faculty Residency award.
Ashanté is a recipient of a 2017 Faculty Residency Grant. Speak well, Dr. Reese!
This just in! Check out our Mellon fellows at the Leadership Alliance National Symposium.
Click through to read more about Dr. Shanna Benjamin's selection to the 2017-18 Senior Leadership Academy! Shanna became a UNCF/MMUF at Johnson C. Smith University, and continues to participate as a member of the UNCF/Mellon advisory board.
Click through to read Jonathan's work! He became a Mellon fellow at Morehouse College and is currently a presidential postdoctoral fellow and visiting professor of political science and education at Brown University.
Our fellows attended and presented at the 2017 Leadership Alliance National Symposium in Hartford, Connecticut - see pictures of Je'lon Alexander, Ryan Russell, and Keith Matier and see video of Kimya Loder's presentation below.
Last week, a Go Open Summit was held at Wiley College, funded in part by a UNCF/Mellon Teaching and Learning Institute grant. The gathering of UNCF faculty members covered new frontiers in Open Educational Resources (OER). See more details below or in the link above.