Dr Douglas To Speak At Vanderbilt University

September 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Bermudian Dr. Ty-Ron Douglas has been selected as a Southeastern Conference [SEC] Visiting Faculty Scholar to Vanderbilt University, with Dr. Douglas to give a keynote entitled “When Research is Insufficient: Reflections on Colonialism, Campus Uprisings, & College Sport.”

A spokesperson said, “Dr. Ty-Ron Douglas has been selected as a Southeastern Conference [SEC] Visiting Faculty Scholar to Vanderbilt University; this opportunity allows him to travel to Vanderbilt University during the 2021-22 academic year to engage in research and professional development with renown educational scholar, Dr. Rich Milner—founder of the Initiative for Race, Research & Justice and the president elect of the American Educational Research Association [AERA], the largest educational research organization in the world.

Dr Douglas Keynote At Vanderbilt University Sept 2021

“A Bermudian professor, administrator and speaker who now serves as the Associate Athletic Director for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, & Belonging, Dr. Douglas was selected for the visiting scholar program through his affiliation with the University of Missouri where he has been a tenured Associate Professor of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis.

“His talk is entitled: When Research is Insufficient: Reflections on Colonialism, Campus Uprisings, & College Sport.

“Virtual attendees should register today to access the live talk at this registration link.”

Dr. Douglas posted on social media, saying, “Humbled and honored to be a SEC Visiting Scholar at Vanderbilt University this year, a program I was selected for via the University of Missouri—thank you Mizzou.

“I’m looking forward to giving this talk: When Research is Insufficient: Reflections on Colonialism, Campus Uprisings, & College Sport. Thanks to Dr. Rich Milner – president elect of the American Educational Research Association – for being a gracious host! Join us if you’re in the Nashville area!”

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