We are excited to share that Dr. Carolyn Randolph-Kato, project manager for Training in Digital Methods for Humanists, received the Outstanding Faculty/Staff Award from the Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations' Diversity and Social Justice Education Awards. This award recognizes outstanding commitment to social justice, social change, and community activism.
In addition to her work with IPRH, Dr. Randolph-Kato has published on the subject of mediated representations of HIV positive black women in traditional and digital media. She is also the founder and principal investigator for the Champaign County Racial Justice Data Portal, a digital database that interrogates racial inequities in the local criminal justice system for consciousness-raising and improved decision-making. Join us in wishing her a hearty congratulations for this well-deserved recognition!