New Alumnus Dissertation Examines The Impact of Racism on the Lives of Student Affairs Professionals

PhD in Leadership and Change alumnus and Director of Resident Education and Development at the University of Cincinnati, Trent Pinto has published his dissertation entitled, The Impact of Racism on the Personal and Professional Lives of Student Affairs Professionals: A Mixed Methods Study. 

Dr. Pinto’s study was aimed at understanding the problem of racism through the eyes and experiences of student affairs professionals. The phenomenon of racism in our world is deeply tragic, with historical roots that pervade college campuses and the work of student affairs professionals no less than elsewhere in society. In fact, a premise of this research is that the American university as an institution was founded on White dominance and privilege. Today the effects of racism still trickle into the personal and professional lives of those working in student affairs.

Explore the full dissertation here!


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