Please join us in congratulating Asif Wilson, assistant professor of Curriculum and Instruction, who was recently named a 2022-23 Clark-Woodson Research Fellow by the Black Teacher Collaborative. He's one of two faculty members, nationwide, to be named a Clark-Woodson fellow.
As a fellow, Wilson will support BTC's research objectives, projects and proposals, undertake research and disseminate research findings with the goal of generating and sharing knowledge about Black Liberatory Pedagogy that can be applied in educational settings. He will have the opportunity to facilitate workshops to share his research and expertise with other educators, further expanding his scholarship's impact.
The Clark-Woodson Research Fellowship is named after two pioneering Black educators, Septima Clark and Carter G. Woodson. Both educators were committed to using education as the instrument for the liberation of Black people.