MBUS Live Art Talk with Valerie Patterson2020-07-01T15:56:43-04:00
Monday, July 6 @ 5:30, Zoom link, click here

Valerie L. Patterson is a Clinical Associate Professor in the public policy and administration program at Florida International University (FIU), where she teaches courses that examine contemporary race and gender issues. She also teaches human resource policy and management at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Her research and publications address the impact of values on administrative ethics, truth, and honesty; race and government; and human resource policy issues. Born in Miami, Florida, Dr. Patterson has served on several community boards and task forces, and participated in initiatives designed to enhance the well-being of local residents.
She holds a Ph.D. in public administration. She is affiliated faculty with FIU’s African & African Diaspora Studies program and currently serves on its Steering Committee. She serves as affiliated faculty with FIU’s Center for Women’s and Gender Studies. She is a senator in FIU’s Faculty Senate.
Her most recent publication appeared in the journal Public Voices. She also guest-edited Locating/Deconstructing Ways of Performing Government in the age of Excessive Force, Hyper-Surveillance, Civil Disobedience, and Political Self-Interest – Lessons Learned in a “Post-Racial” America, a symposium published in October 2018 (Volume XV, Number 2).
She served as Academic Fellow and resident artist at KROMA Art Gallery in Coconut Grove, Florida, from 2015 to 2018.

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