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Leading Equity

Feb 21, 2019

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About Mara Aruguete, Ph.D.

Dr. Mara Aruguete got her Ph.D. at the University of California and has been a Professor of Psychology at Lincoln University since 1995. In addition to teaching, she has authored two books (one is a textbook) and over 50 articles in peer-reviewed journals (including Sex RolesJournal of Adolescent HealthJournal of Educational Research, and Social Science and Medicine). Many of her articles include student coauthors. She is a successful grant writer with 23 funded grants.  Finally, she serves as a Division Chair of the Missouri Academy of Science.

Show Highlights

  • How race and clothing style impacts student evaluations
  • Perceptions of Black male professors
  • Other research on professors of colors and student evaluations
  • How an educators race impacts student evaluations
  • How race impacts pay and tenure
  • The significance of addressing racial differences in student evaluations
  • Implicit bias

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Additional Resources

The Effects of Professors’ Race and Clothing Style on Student Evaluations

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