Tabitha Grier-Reed

Postsecondary Teaching and Learning
College of Education and Human Development

Award Year
University Award
Distinguished Teachers Morse-Alumni
Section D

, Location 68

Tabitha Grier-Reed’s courses combine intellectual rigor with engaging experiences that support students’ success and personal growth. As the founder, in 2005, of the African American Student Network, Grier-Reed created a safe and constructive space for black University students to connect with and find support from peers, faculty, staff, and graduate students as they make meaning of their experiences on campus. Her work inside and outside the classroom embodies common themes: a commitment to inclusive pedagogy, intellectual rigor, supportive peer advising, and research. See a full profile (pdf).