Dr. Becky Crandall is a Senior Lecturer in the Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) program at The Ohio State University. She also serves as Coordinator of HESA’s Student Personnel Assistantship program. A scholar-practitioner with over a decade of experience serving in student affairs roles, Dr. Crandall’s research is concentrated on questions relevant to the welfare, success, and development of student populations that have traditionally been labeled “at-risk.” Primarily, she focuses on intercollegiate athletes, religious minority students, and LGBTQ students.
Dr. Crandall was the 2017 recipient of the Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values Dissertation of the Year award and the 2017 Burns B. Crookston Doctoral Research Award awarded by the ACPA Commission for Professional Preparation. She earned her Ph.D. in Educational Research and Policy Analysis with a specialization in Higher Education from North Carolina State University in 2016.