Presenter: Dr. Kevin Carey
Topic: Exploration of Gender Identity Development of College Men Involved in a Masculinities Program at Small Colleges
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 27th, from 12-1 PM CT
Location: Online via Zoom
Sponsor: Education at Illinois, Online Programs
The College of Education’s Office of Online Programs is inviting you to attend the next talk in the Emerging Scholars Speaker Series. The series provides a venue for advanced doctoral research students and recent alumni to present their work and to share advice and support with other students about the research process.
Dr. Kevin Carey will be sharing their research and methods and there will be time for Q & A. We invite you to participate in these events and become an active member of the online student community. All are welcome.
Dr. Kevin Carey serves as the Associate Dean of Students at Illinois Wesleyan University. In this role, he oversees Orientation Services, Student Rights & Responsibilities, Student Involvement, and Esports. Kevin is a 2013 graduate of Illinois Wesleyan with a B.A. in English Writing. He holds his M.A. in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education from Ball State University, and his Ed.D. in Educational Policy, Organization, and Leadership from the University of Illinois. Kevin's dissertation and continued research focus on the exploration of gender identity development of college men involved in a masculinities program at small colleges.
Dr. Kevin Carey will share about the process of identifying his research focus, the outcomes of the research, and how to apply your research as a scholar-practitioner.
Please register if you plan to attend! Click here to register. You will receive the Zoom link upon registration.