Christine Stanley, vice president and associate provost for diversity and professor of higher education at Texas A&M University, will present “Teaching for Engagement in a Diverse and Global Classroom” as a part of the College of Health and Human Science’s Cultural Inclusion Colloquium Series. Stanley will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 11, in CSU’s Behavioral Sciences Building, room 131, 410 Pitkin St.
Stanley’s talk is free and open to the public, with a reception to follow.
In her role as vice president and associate provost for diversity, and with research expertise in diversity and faculty professional development, Stanley is primarily responsible for assessing and monitoring the efforts and progress in diversifying the faculty, staff and student bodies, assisting the president and provost in holding units accountable for progress in achieving diversity and promoting a supportive climate for diversity, and planning and implementing programs to ensure diversity and equity.
Stanley holds a bachelor’s in biology from Prairie View A&M University, a master’s in zoology from Texas A&M University, and a doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Texas A&M. Prior to joining the faculty at Texas A&M, she was associate director of the office of faculty and TA development at The Ohio State University. Stanley has edited two books, has more than 40 publications, 51 refereed national conference presentations, and has consulted nationally and internationally with faculty and administrators on faculty development issues in the United States, Armenia, China, Mexico and South Africa. Stanley serves on numerous journal editorial review boards, and has graduated 12 Ph.D. students and seven master’s students.
Stanley’s keynote lecture and reception, as well as the Cultural Inclusion Colloquium Series, are co-sponsored by the College of Health and Human Sciences Diversity Committee and The Institute for Teaching and Learning at Colorado State University.