CSRRR welcomes new assistant director, Anju Davidson
Davidson UF Law is pleased to welcome Anju Kaduvettoor Davidson, the new assistant director of the Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations.
Before coming to UF, Davidson worked at Loyola University Maryland as a staff psychologist. She received her master’s and Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Lehigh University.
Her academic career has centered on research related to racial discrimination, namely discrimination against South Asians. She hopes to tie in this experience with her work for the CSRRR, where she will be assisting the center with research, collaborating with law students and other members of the law school and UF communities, and seeking to increase student involvement in the center’s programs and initiatives.