Promotive and Inhibitive Outcomes Among Black Girls in California Schools

Black girls are often disproportionately discIplined and underexposed to academic opportunities (e.g., gifted education) that support thelr hollstic well-belng. Using the CIvil RIghts Data Collection, we examine proportionality and disproportionality in promotive and inhlbitive outcomes among Black girls in schools and districts throughout Callfornla.

CAMPSSAH Research Colloquiums

The Center for the Advancement of Multicultural Perspectives on Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities is pleased to host the CAMPSSAH Research Colloquiums. These talks showcase the newest research done by CAMPSSAH Faculty Scholars and aims to build a community of diverse perspectives and identities at UC Davis. 

There are currently 21 CAMPSSAH Faculty Scholars at UC Davis, with appointments spanning 14 departments in 5 colleges and schools.

CAMPOS and CAMPSSAH Induct 2022 Faculty Scholars

On November 4, members and supporters of CAMPOS and CAMPSSAH gathered in person at the Manetti Shrem Museum to welcome the two new cohorts of faculty scholars. Organized by the Office of Academic Diversity, the Induction Ceremony is an important time to foster a community among faculty and with the campus. The Office of Academic Diversity works to strengthen and diversify the academic pipeline at UC Davis. It develops programming to advance the recruitment, retention, and promotion of faculty members whose research, teaching, and service advances multicultural perspectives in all fields of studies.

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