Stephanie L. Sanders is a lecturer and diversity, equity, and inclusion officer at the Ford School. Through the lens of critical race theory, Sanders' research agenda examines students who transition from urban environments to rural, predominantly white, college environments. Her publications have appeared in the Journal of School Leadership, the American Journal of Health Research, IGI Global and Nova Science Publishers. As a practitioner and scholar, she is interested in pipeline initiatives, urban education, and diversity in higher education. Previously, Sanders served as assistant director for diversity and inclusion at Ohio University, and was most recently the associate director of diversity initiatives at Old Dominion University. She received her doctorate in curriculum and instruction from Ohio University and her master's and bachelor's degrees, in speech-language-hearing science, from the University of Central Arkansas.
- Sanders, S. (2022). "Misty Knight" Dialogue with a Black Pearl in the Ivory Tower (M. Carstarphen & A. Kehrberg, Eds.). In B. Carr & M. Carstarphen (Eds.), Gendered Defenders: Contextualizing Marvel’s Superheroines in Feminist and Transmedia Spaces (pp. 121-134). Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press.
- Sanders, S. (2020). Toward an Inclusive Classroom. Higher Education Today.
- Sanders, S. (2018). Telling ain’t Training. In S. Camara, M. Orbe., K. Sidney., L. Gilinets., & K. Beasley, Communication Training & Development: Exploring the Creative Edge. Second Edition (pp. 11-21). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company.