Shannon McManimon receives Seashore Fellowship and C&I's Outstanding Graduate Student Research Paper Award
Doctoral candidate Shannon McManimon (Culture and Teaching) is the recipient of this year's C&I Outstanding Graduate Student Research Paper Award for her paper, The Practice of Teaching as Blurred Translating. The award was established by the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in order to recognize excellence in research and research writing among graduate students.
Shannon is also the recipient of the Seashore Fellowship awarded by the College of Education and Human Development to a doctoral student whose interests focus on issues of broad social inquiry problems, social and cultural change, or social justice.
Shannon's research and teaching interests include critical pedagogy, critical whiteness studies and school-community partnerships. She works with the Neighborhood Bridges Critical Literacy and Creative Drama Program.