Dr. Clay named residential fellow at humanities research center

Headshot of Dr. Kevin Clay of the VCU School of Education.
Kevin L. Clay, Ph.D.

Kevin L. Clay, Ph.D., assistant professor in the VCU School of Education’s Department of Foundations of Education, has been named residential fellow at the VCU Humanities Research Center. Clay is set to join a cohort of colleagues who will begin their fellowship in the spring of 2022.

The humanities residential fellowship program allows faculty colleagues to work together on related issues and topics for one semester, releasing them from teaching responsibilities so they can regularly engage with each other on research.

Clay will join four other colleagues – from the School of the Arts, the School of World Studies, the Department of History, and the Department of English – in the College of Humanities and Sciences. Their collaboration will center on the theme Race, Ethnicity and Social Justice.

“I’m looking forward to connecting with my colleagues across the campus. It’s an honor to be invited into a humanities space as an educational researcher. I expect to learn a lot and use this time to finish working on my manuscript,” said Clay.