InHerSight: A Thousand Paper Cuts: Microaggressions in the Workplace
NC State College of Education Professor Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, Ph.D., discusses different types of microaggressions and how their impact on the workplace should be considered "a public health issue."
Time: He’s the First African American to Receive a Face Transplant. His Story Could Change Health Care
NC State College of Education Professor Jessica DeCuir-Gunby gives input on how physical appearance contributes to racial identity in the case of the first African American to receive a face transplant.
Using Critical Race Theory Research to Inform and Improve Instruction
In Understanding Critical Race Research Methods and Methodologies: Lessons from the Field, Professor Jessica DeCuir-Gunby brings together scholars from different disciplines to explore how qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, and historical and archival research can help evaluate and improve issues of educational equity and access in schools.
CBC Radio: The Emotional Toll of Microaggressions at Work
According to Dr. Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, a professor of educational psychology at NC State University, racial microaggressions are subtle insults made to communicate disparaging messages towards marginalized groups.
Five Questions With . . . Jessica DeCuir-Gunby on Race and Education
Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, a professor of educational psychology at the NC State College of Education, studies how racial identity impacts the educational experiences of African American students and the relationships between race and emotions within education. Her purpose: to help professional educators shape a more inclusive world.
DeCuir-Gunby to Receive NC State Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award
Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, professor of educational psychology in the NC State College of Education, will receive the 2018-19 Alumni Association Outstanding Research Award later this month. The honor recognizes faculty who excel in the classroom, laboratory and in the field.