Paris D. Wicker, Ph.D.

Higher Education Researcher | Comtemplative | Vocalist

Recent News

May 28, 2024

Presentation: Enhancing Mental Health and Well-Being through AI Innovations


Apr 24, 2024

Guest Blog: A Web of Support for Black Women in Higher Education


Apr 9, 2024

Podcast: Supporting Black Students and Families in the College Admissions Process

Episode Description We all do this work to best serve students - and this week we're holding a focused conversation on how we can best support Black students and families through the college admissions process. The conversation starts with Katie Math... (Link)

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Jan 1, 2024

2023 Highlights

Oct 9, 2023

Op-Ed: How to Stay Friends on the Academic Job Market

Published in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Dr. LaShawn F. Washington & I write about what's it's like to maintain a friendship while competing for the same academic openings.  (Link)

Mar 31, 2023

Wicker Inducted into Edward Bouchet National Honor Society

The Bouchet Society commemorates the first person of African heritage to earn a PhD in the United States. Edward A. Bouchet earned a PhD in Physics from Yale University in 1876. Since then, the Bouchet Society has continued to uphold Dr. Bouchet’s legacy. (Link)

Jul 29, 2022

Wicker Awarded Ford Foundation Fellowship

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Jul 13, 2022

Women in Network Science Presentation


Apr 1, 2022

Policy Brief: A Critical Policy Review of Well-Being and Equity Policy at Historically Black, Tribal, and Predominantly White Colleges and Universities


Jan 13, 2022

Productivity Presentation

Dec 10, 2021

Book Review: Lean Semesters by Sekile M. Nzinga (Link)

Nov 15, 2021

Scholar on the Rise

Nov 11, 2021

POD Innovation Award Finalist

The Healthy Academics Toolkit was one of four finalists for the Innovation Award of the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network, a national community devoted to improving teaching and learning in higher education. Congratulations to C... (Link)

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Nov 2, 2021

Diversity Forum Presentation (UW Madison)

Who Belongs? Who Matters?  Connecting Racism and Health Equity to Belonging at UW–Madison A sense of belonging is the psychological feeling of connectedness to a social, spatial, or cultural group or community. Mattering and seeing oneself as part of ...

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May 7, 2021

Food Pantry Institutionalized

Sep 5, 2018

Brand New Badger Feature


Mar 14, 2017

Future 15 Young Professional Award



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