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College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences

Inclusive Excellence

The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences is committed to a culture of inclusion and equity. This commitment informs our teaching, research, and outreach both within the state of South Carolina and beyond as our students, staff and faculty strive to enhance opportunities for all as we work to build people and communities.

Among our efforts in inclusive excellence have been our Inclusive Excellence Lecture Series (see below) and our Inclusive Excellence Learning Plans, which provide training opportunities for faculty and staff.

Learning Plans

"Honoring Cultures by Understanding Bias" - Fall 2021

"Creating Inclusive Cultures." - Spring 2021

Inclusive Excellence Leadership

Caring For The Caregivers

October Lecture of the 2021-2022 Inclusive Excellence Series

2020 / 2021 Inclusive Excellence Lecture Series

2020 / 2019 Inclusive Excellence Lecture Series

Recruiting for Change: Diversity in Policing

Kyle McLean, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice

Mental Health, COVID-19, and the 2020 Elections

Laura Olson, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science, and Jeff Fine, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science

Collegiate Mental Health, Health Disparities, and Public Policy

Ann Wetsel, Ph.D., Professor, School of Nursing; Tajh Boyd, Former Clemson Tigers and NFL Quarterback and Head of Sales, Lakeside Lodge; and Ellen Kennedy, RN, SANE-A, Prisma Health SANE Program Coordinator

Cultures of Honor in the U.S. and Abroad: Evidence from Experimental Research on Interpersonal Conflict

Ceren Gunsoy, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Psychology

The Disruption of Play for Black Youth

Corliss Outley, Ph.D., Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, and Harrison Pinckney, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

From Radical Cheerleaders to the Equal Rights Amendment: Feminism and LGBTQ Movements in South Carolina

D. Travers Scott, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Communication

Pediatric Disparities, COVID-19, and Influence of Current Public Policies

Sarah Griffin, Ph.D., Professor, Public Health Sciences, and Dr. Kerry Sease, Medical Director, Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health and Advocacy, Prisma Health

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