Higher education continues to be concerned about the college success of college men, especially those from oppressed and minoritized identities. College men’s behavior has in impact on college students of all genders through conduct violations, sexual violence, alcohol and other substance use, and more.
On this episode of Student Affairs Live, host Keith Edwards speaks with Dan Tillapaugh and Brian McGowan, co-editors of the new book Men and Masculinities. This episode will discuss how student affairs professionals can put theory into practice to foster men’s transformative learning and development across their identities without reifying their privilege and dominance.
This episode is being promoted in partnership with ACPA’s Coalition on Men and Masculinities.
This free episode will air live on Wednesday, May 1 at 1 pm ET. To watch the archived video, just return to this page at any point after the episode airs.
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Keith EdwardsOver the past 18 years Keith (he/him/his) has spoken and consulted at more than 200 colleges and universities, presented more than 200 programs at national conferences, and written more than 20 articles or book chapters on curricular approaches, sexual violence prevention, men’s identity, social justice education, and leadership. His research, writing, and speaking have received national awards and recognition including ACPA Dissertation of the Year and ACPA Diamond Honoree. His TEDx Talk on Ending Rape has been viewed around the world. Keith is also a certified executive and leadership coach for individuals who are looking to unleash their fullest potential. Keith was the Director of Campus Life at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN from 2007 – 2015 where he provided leadership for the areas of residential life, student activities, conduct, and orientation. He was an affiliate faculty member in the Leadership in Student Affairs program at the University of St. Thomas, where he taught graduate courses on diversity and social justice in higher education for 8 years.
Brian L. McGowan, Ph.D., is assistant professor of higher education and affiliated faculty of African American and Diaspora Studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Brian’s research focuses on race and gender in higher education. Brian served as the Scholar-in-Residence for ACPA’s Coalition on Men and Masculinities in 2013.
Dan Tillapaugh, Ph.D., is assistant professor and chair of the Department of Counselor Education at California Lutheran University. Dan’s research focuses on intersectionality and student development in higher education, particularly around issues of sexuality and gender. From 2012-2016, he served as the chair of ACPA’s Coalition on Men and Masculinities.