Sheeva Sabati received her Ph.D. in Social and Cultural Foundations of Education in the UC Santa Cruz Education Department, with designated emphases in the Feminist Studies Department and the Critical Race and Ethnic Studies Program. Her research examines the racial-colonial entanglements of higher education in the United States and considers the ethical limits of institutional responses to these contexts. As a former Graduate Student Researcher with CCREC, the Center for Collaborative Research for an Equitable California, Sheeva also worked on a project to consider how Community-Based Collaborative Research Methodologies trouble the traditional principles and practices of institutionalized research ethics. With CITL, Sheeva developed an online Professional Ethics Course for Teaching Assistants to introduce new TAs to evidence-based principles and practices to support learning and equity in the classroom.
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