Black voter suppression research challenges, a Research Integrity and Scholarly Excellence Lecture Series event
From: The Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance, Office of Research and Innovation
The Challenges for Scholars of Academic Research on Black Voter Suppression
During this virtual event in the Research Integrity and Scholarly Excellence Lecture Series, Sharon Austin, professor of political science at the University of Florida, will discuss her research on Black voter suppression in the state of Florida. She will also discuss the challenges and obstacles for scholars examining issues concerning race and voting, her research, and state government attempts to prohibit discussions about racial voting behavior and racial issues.
Oct. 12 | 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Each semester, the Division of Scholarly Integrity and Research Compliance invites a notable scholar or subject matter expert to share their ideas on ethical issues that are shaping the future of scholarship and the research enterprise. The goal of the RISE Lecture Series is to foster ethical scholarship, explore a diversity of perspectives about the roles and responsibilities of scholars and researchers, and reflect on the ethical impact of our work in the modern world.