Dr. Sen serves as a faculty member of the Department of Geography and Anthropology
as well as the International Conflict Management Ph.D. program.
Dr. Sen’s experiences of being raised in India’s caste system has influenced her philosophies
around education and learning. As a result, Dr. Sen has developed a teaching philosophy
that engages issues of social and cultural difference through disciplinary vantage
points and works to develop relationships in trust with her students. Her teaching
philosophy has long-term effects because students are persuaded to consider perspectives
outside of their own.
Dr. Sen joined the staff of KSU in 2011. In that time, Dr. Sen, who sits on the national
board of the American Association for University Women, has been recognized as an
outstanding faculty honoree in KSU’s Geography & Anthropology department twice.
The R.O.H. Social Justice Award has been named to honor the pioneering contributions
toward racial and ethnic social justice by former KSU faculty members: Dr. Rosa Bobia,
Dr. Oral Moses, and Dr. Harold Wingfield. The award is presented by the KSU Office of Diversity and Inclusion'sPresidential Commission on Racial and Ethnic Dialogue, which works to shape appropriate plans, mechanisms, forums, and/or events for a
continuing dialogue on issues of race and ethnicity at Kennesaw State University.
The R.O.H. Social Justice Award is one of several Presidential Diversity Awards that are awarded annually. Seven individuals, including Dr. Sen, received awards
in April 2017.
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