Dr. Stafford Hood is lecturing at the University of Wisconsin-Madison April 6-7, 2017. Come join us and hear about culturally responsive assessment and evaluation from one of the nation’s leading subject matter experts. A lecture and brown bag session provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to interact and visit with this warm, down to earth, and humble social justice scholar warrior.
As part of UW’s Carl A. Grant lecture series, Dr. Hood’s scholarly storytelling will provide a historical and practical way to understand and improve professional practice in this area. “Continuing the Untold Legacy of African Americans in the History of American Evaluation: Another Installment in the Nobody Knows My Name Project” is Professor Hood’s research which continues to strongly influence the field of culturally responsive evaluation in education. Dr. Hood is a recent American Evaluation Association Lazarsfeld Evaluation Theory awardee, the Founder/Director of the Center for Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment…, and Faculty at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.