WIES Lecture | Examining Relationships Between Group Hierarchy and Racial Identity Attitudes
October 9, 2019, 12 pm
Room 107, Brogdgen Psychology Building, 1202 W. Johnson
Presidential Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Science, Brown University
Malik Boykin’s lecture focuses on intergroup relations, mentorship, prejudice and racial identity. He is working to publish a manuscript based on his dissertation, which demonstrates several psychological processes associated with endorsing negative stereotypes about Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
This event is part of the Wisconsin Ideas in Education Lecture Series, an interdisciplinary speaker series intended for educators and future educators across campus. It is organized by early career faculty members from UW-Madison’s School of Education, with support from the Wisconsin Center for Education Research.