ORGANIZING FOR DIVERSITY IN A FLAT WORLD
Presentation by Travis J. Bristol, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor at Boston University
Dr Travis Bristol, a former high school English teacher and World Bank consultant, is an assistant professor at Boston University. With the World Bank, Dr Bristol supported Guyana's Ministry of Education in drafting its 2004-2019 Education Strategic Plan. The National Academy/Spencer Foundation, Ford Foundation, and American Educational Research Association awarded Dr Bristol fellowships for his dissertation that explored U.S. Black male teachers' school-based experiences and decisions to stay/leave teaching. In 2016, the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education selected Dr Bristol for its inaugural teacher diversity research award. He is the principal investigator for the New York City Office of the Mayor's initiative to recruit and support 1,000 male teachers of color.
Travis Bristol is an Amherst College and a Columbia 14TC (Ph.D.) graduate
Free and open to all (RSVP)
This event is co-sponsored by
- Amherst College
- Columbia University Club of France
- Columbia University Undergraduate Programs in Paris
- Columbia University Global Centers | Paris