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“Fun and carefree like my polka dot bowtie”: Disidentifications of trans*masculine students of color
Men and masculinities studies in higher education, as well as emergent scholarship on the experiences of trans* college students, have been expanding in recent years. Both strands have significant gaps that in combination ...
Focusing on emerging literature on trans∗ and gender-nonconforming students and their leadership, this chapter outlines the ways trans∗ students are engaged in leadership in educational institutions and outside of them and ...
Business information literacy teaching at different academic levels: An exploration of skills and implications for instructional design
(Journal of Information Literacy, 2012)
This study investigates the difference among students' discipline-specific information literacy (IL) skills by studying first-year and final-year undergraduate business students. An online IL tutorial was designed and ...
Exploring gender through education abroad programs: A graduate student case study
This case study explores how graduate students who attended a short-term education abroad program understood gender as a result of participation in the trip. Findings reveal that students’ understandings of gender are ...
Intercultural wonderment and study abroad
Although many findings related to study abroad point to the myriad benefits of such experiences, these studies focus more exclusively on direct effects (Engberg, 2013; Vande Berg, Connor-Linton, & Paige, 2009), overlooking ...
Trans*forming authentic leadership: A conceptual framework
This conceptual framework examines how the evolving literature on authentic leadership and development can be problematized and further clarified by looking at the identity development of trans* and genderqueer students. ...