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Our guest today is Dr. Dan Tillapaugh, Associate Professor and Chair of Counselor Education in the Graduate School of Education at California Lutheran University. Our conversation today focuses on the importance of understanding the experiences of men who are navigating our Higher Education environments.
Link to full transcript here.
Music, A Short Walk, from Zapsplat.com
Quote from the Episode
White men have been flat in their enrollment rate probably from the 1970s.
About our Guests
Dr. Dan Tillapaugh
Dan Tillapaugh is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Counselor Education at California Lutheran University. At Cal Lutheran, he primarily teaches in the Counseling and College Student Personnel master’s program. He obtained his Ph.D. in Leadership Studies with a specialization in Higher Education Leadership from the University of San Diego in May 2012 and has an M.Ed. from the Counseling & Personnel Services program (now the Student Affairs concentration) at the University of Maryland. His research interests are connected to social contexts of higher education, particularly college men and masculinities, LGBT issues in higher education, intersectionality, sexual violence in higher education, as well as leadership development and education. He is a frequent speaker, presenter, and consultant on these topics.
Resources from the Episode
- Men & Masculinities: Theoretical Considerations & Promising Practices for Supporting College Men’s Development
- American Men’s Studies Association: https://www.mensstudies.org/
- NASPA Men & Masculinities Knowledge Community
- ACPA Coalition on Men & Masculinities
- Guyland – Michael Kimmel Link to book in UNCG library
- Masculinities in Higher Education – Jason Laker & Tracy Davis Link to book in UNCG library
- College Men & Masculinities – Shaun Harper & Frank Harris III Link to book in UNCG library
- J. Luke Wood & Frank Harris’ texts on teaching boys and men of color