Ruth S. Ammon School of Education
Stephanie Boggs is a graduate of Howard University and The New School, where she received her BFA and MFA, respectively. She also attended the British Academy of the Dramatic Arts, hosted by The Juilliard School. Currently, Professor Boggs is a doctoral candidate and interdisciplinary artist in the art and art education program at Teachers College, Columbia University. She has lectured at numerous conferences, including Do No Harm: The Care We Show Our Students When Exploring Race, at the 2022 NAEA Conference; Artistic Technology: Innovative Practices Creating Engaging Dialogues with the Jie Ma Foundation at Tsinghua University in Beijing, Tech-Arts: Educational Integration of Contemporary Methodologies at the CUNY Cue Conference, hosted by the City University of New York and Community Educators as part of the Community as Educator Conference at Teachers College, Columbia University. She has contributed to the educational guide Teaching the Harlem Renaissance in the 21st Century: Harlem Renaissance and the Threading of Meaning (2021). Professor Boggs is also the recent recipient of two grants: the 2022 Dean’s Fund for Curriculum Innovation, Research and Grants, from Adelphi University; and the Artistic Dialogue Across Disciplines Grant, from Teachers College, Columbia University.