- School of Public Health
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Christine McClure earned the State of Black Learning’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Christine McClure, a senior research science in Pitt’s School of Public Health, won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the State of Black Learning.
The award, presented each year at the annual event on educating and engaging with Black students in Pennsylvania, honors a teacher or educational professional who has made a positive difference in the overall learning climate for Black children.
McClure’s (GSPIA ’06G, EDUC ’18G) research seeks to understand the intersectional experiences of women of color in higher education to inform the creation of more equitable spaces for minoritized groups.
McClure will receive her award at the 2023 State of Black Learning Conference, Aug. 9-11 at the Wyndham Grand Hotel.