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Black Academic Development Lab

The Black Academic Development Lab’s (BAD Lab) mission is to integrate linguistic research with educational praxis and create a model of scholarship for dissemination.

Our goal is to create innovative, community-centered scholarly products. As such, the BAD Lab will establish long-term collaborative research partnerships with Black faculty, particularly at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). These collaborations will allow us to research the learning experiences of Black educators and students in education and other disciplines.

Why the BAD Lab?

Black educators want to learn to do well at teaching and research, but aren’t always taught to do so in their education programs. In addition, they may not have access to the full range of professional information to help them be fully successful at teaching, research, service, and outreach due to systemic racism. Black educators are working hard to express the full range of their humanity in their experiences in teaching and learning. BAD Lab research will address pedagogy and leadership both in PK-12 settings and in higher education.

Talking college on steps with Deandre Mary

Who we are

Co-Principal Investigators

Anne Harper Charity

Anne Harper Charity Hudley, Ph.D.
Stanford University

Christine Mallinson

Christine Mallinson, Ph.D.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 
 

Faculty

Uju Anya

Uju Anya, Ph.D.
Carnegie Mellon University

Mary Bucholtz

Mary Bucholtz, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Barbara

Aris Clemons

Aris M. Clemons, Ph.D.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Jeremy Edwards

Jeremy Edwards, Ph.D.
Stanford University

Hannah Franz

Hannah Askin Franz, Ph.D.
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

Michelle Grue

Michelle Grue, Ph.D.
University of California, Santa Barbara

Kahdeidra Monet Martin

Kahdeidra Monét Martin, Ph.D.
Stanford University

Quentin Sedlacek

Quentin Sedlacek, Ph.D.
Southern Methodist University

Dan Villarreal

Dan Villarreal, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh

 
 
 

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Connect with us for learning

Professor Charity Hudley and BAD Lab members provide a wide range of presentations, workshops, and lectures on topics including language variation, language attitudes, multicultural education, African-American studies, service learning, and community engagement.

If you are interested in arranging a visit for a college, university, community organization, or K-12 students and teachers, please contact Professor Charity Hudley at acharityhudley@stanford.edu. To learn more about in-service workshops, visit this workshop page.
 

Charity Hudley with three students in the office

Our research collaborators

National Science Foundation logo
Spencer Foundation logo
Conference on College Composition and Communication logo
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