- Elizabeth Blair
University of Wisconsin–Whitewater
ELIZABETH E. BLAIR, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Foundations at the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater, where she teaches courses on child development, educational equity, and educational theory and practice to preservice teachers. Dr. Blair’s research agenda focuses on exploring teaching and learning relationships, identity, and educational equity in elementary through postsecondary contexts, with a special focus on gender identity and equity. Her selected publications include “Undergraduate STEM Instructors' Teacher Identities and Discourses on Student Gender Expression and Equity” (Journal of Engineering Education, 2017) and “Partners for Success? Undergraduate Women’s Post-Feminist Constructions of Intimate Relationships” (Gender and Education, 2017).
- Sherry Deckman
Lehman College, City University of New York
SHERRY L. DECKMAN, Ed.D., is an assistant professor of education at Lehman College, the City University of New York. Her current research explores how educators are formally prepared to work with students from diverse race and gender backgrounds and how educators address issues of race, class, and gender inequity in schools. Dr. Deckman’s selected publications include “Managing Race and Race-ing Management: Teachers’ Stories of Race and Classroom Conflict” (Teachers College Record, 2018) and “Dangerous Black Professor: Challenging the Ghettoization of Race in Higher Education Through Life Texts Pedagogy” (coauthor, RIP Jim Crow: Fighting Racism Through Higher Education Policy, Curriculum, and Cultural Interventions, Peter Lang, 2016).