The Office of Research, Innovation, and Collaboration (ORIC) is designed to promote a robust research environment and ethical scholarly engagement with a focus on supporting the entire Spelman community and its scholars. The vision statement for ORIC is to "empower the Spelman Community to achieve and share scholarly excellence".
The ORIC Team and I are happy to present to you a "one-stop shop" to assist you in learning more about your colleagues and their scholarly excellence. We hope that as you review information about them and utilize the resources available, it would motivate you to develop collaborations. Thus, the name "ORIC Faculty Collaboration Hub". Welcome to the C-Hub!
Manley President's Dining Room
The Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) recently selected Spelman College associate professor Michelle S. Hite, Ph.D., as one of 10 academic leadership fellows, following a competitive selection process among its member institutions. Hite is also program director of Spelman’s Honors Program, as well as the International Fellowships and Scholarships program.
Dr. Hyunjung R. Chung, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Music, released the physical CD and digital albums worldwide on June 14, 2022.
Publication: Reimagining Internationalization and International Programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
In a new book, "Reimagining Internationalization and International Initiatives at Historically Black Colleges and Universities", edited by Krishna Bista and Anthony Pinder (published by Palgrave Macmillan, June 2022).
My 2020 book, Nostalgia after Apartheid: Disillusionment, Youth, and Democracy in South Africa was the winner of the Society for Applied Anthropology/American Anthropological Association 2021 Margaret Mead Award.
Bailey Brown, Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Sociology and Anthropology Department examines how parents of young children make school decisions as school options have rapidly increased in recent years.
My latest research project started as a tongue-in-cheek discussion of a question: Was Donald Trump the epitome of neoliberalism or the harbinger of its demise? Talking through that question with my writing partner, Edward K. Chan of Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan, led us down a bleak path that brings together white power, which we see as the contemporary form of violent white nationalism, and neoliberalism as the current form of racial capitalism.