Award Named After Black Scholar at Texas A&M University

DrStanley-(1).jpgChristine A. Stanley is the vice president and associate provost for diversity and professor of higher education administration in the College of Education and Human Development at Texas A&M University. The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education has created an award in her name and she is the inaugural recipient.

The Christine A. Stanley Award for Diversity and Inclusion in Educational Development will honor individuals who “demonstrate unequivocal commitment to advancing research on diversity and inclusion issues in educational development.”

Dr. Stanley has served in her present role at Texas A&M since 2009. Earlier, she was vice president and associate provost for diversity and in the College of Education and Human Development. She is the editor of Faculty of Color: Teaching in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities (Anker Publishing, 2006).

A native of Jamaica, Dr. Stanley is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University in Texas. She holds a master’s degree in zoology and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Texas A&M University.

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