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MLK's Legacy for Social and Behavioral Science Research: Perspectives from New Scholars

a Presentation

Monday, 1/20/2020, 2:30pm.   ARCHIVED EVENT

Location: ISR 1430 Thompson

The Institute for Social Research, the Research Center for Group Dynamics, and the Program for Research on Black Americans present:

MLK's Legacy for Social and Behavioral Science Research:
Perspectives from New Scholars

Jan 20 || 2:30 pm
ISR 1430 Thompson
Reception immediately following panel discussion

Unpacking Risk and Resilience among Urban Black Emerging Adult Men: A Quantitative Intersectional Analysis
Lloyd M. Talley, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Vivian A. and James L. Curtis Research and Training Center
University of Michigan School of Social Work

Multidimensional Inequalities: Examining the Health Consequences of Race, Skin Color, and Context
Taylor W. Hargrove, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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DeAnnah R. Byrd, PhD
Postdoctoral Scholar, Institute of Gerontology
Wayne State University

Moderator:
David C. Wilson, Ph.D.
Senior Associate Dean for the Social Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences
Professor, Political Science and Psychological & Brain Sciences
University of Delaware

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