Higher Education Faculty
Brian Bourke, Assistant Professor in the Higher Education Administration program, joined LSU in August 2008. After completing his Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from The University of Alabama in 2007, Dr. Bourke spent a year as a faculty member in the Higher Education at Alabama. His primary research interests focus on issues pertaining to student diversity in higher education, how institutions can meet the needs of a diverse student population, and on how American higher education is portrayed in media.Dr. Bourke's teaching falls within the area of student affairs practice, where he draws upon several years experience working in housing and residence life. His office is located in 121B Peabody Hall, and he can best be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.
Roland Mitchell, Associate Professor in the Higher Education Administration program and Assistant Director for the School of Education, joined the LSU faculty in 2005 upon completion of his PhD from The University of Alabama in Educational Research. His dissertation is entitled Pedagogy, history, and culture: How professors think about race in their classrooms. His primary research interests include the impact of historical and communal knowledge on pedagogy, an exploration of the understandings that allow educators to provide service to students from different cultural, ethnic and social backgrounds, and the theorization of racial identity as it generally relates to collegiate experiences. His office is 121D Peabody Hall, and he can be reached at 225-578-2156 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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