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Diverse: UC law professor honored among 'Top 35 Women in Higher Education'

The higher education news-magazine spotlights UC law professor Emily Houh

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Emily Houh, the Gustavus Henry Wald Professor of the Law and Contracts and co-director of the Center for Race, Gender and Social Justice at the University of Cincinnati College of Law, is receiving honors as one of the Top 35 Women Women in Higher Education as named by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

The news-magazine spotlights Houh’s many accomplishments and accolades, which include twice winning the Goldman Prize for Teaching Excellence. Houh, who teaches contracts, commercial law and critical race theory at UC, focuses her scholarship on the interplay between contract law, critical race theory and socioeconomic theory.  Additionally, her recent research examines how participatory action research methods can be used to engage in critical race/feminist praxis by exploring the raced and gendered nature of the fringe economic.

Read the full profile here.  

Featured image at top: UC College of Law building. File photo/UC Creative Services