Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Black Lumen Project Buffie Longmire-Avital delivers featured talk on undergraduate research titled, "Reparative Equity by Design: Reconstructing the Research and Mentorship Space to Sustain Access for Historically Excluded Minority Students."
Faculty and staff at the College of Saint Benedict – Saint John’s University in Minnesota were invited to join a virtual interactive conversation with Buffie Longmire-Avital, associate professor of psychology, to discuss the important topic of mentoring students engaged in research and other high-impact practices through a diversity, equity, inclusion and justice lens.
The session was part of the Becoming Community Certificate series at the College of Saint Benedict – Saint John’s University.
Longmire-Avital is a national expert on racial equity in high-impact practices and created a sustainable critical mentorship model for working with students from historically excluded minority groups through her work as a Center for Engaged Learning Scholar. This is the first of several keynote addressing she will be giving throughout 2022.