Becky Crandall

Staff

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Sue Rankin

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Stefani Bjorklund

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Genevieve Weber

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Emil Cunningham

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Dan Merson

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Mitsu Narui

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Dian Squire

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Lissa Stapleton

Becky Crandall

Becky Crandall

Alexandrea “Alex” Davenport

Alexandrea “Alex” Davenport

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Jason DeRousie

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Annette Marie Hestres Garcia

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Emily Nkosi

Julie A. Del Giorno

Julie A. Del Giorno

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Andrea Perkins Nerlich

Allison Subasic

Allison Subasic

Kenjus T. Watson

Kenjus T. Watson

Stephanie Danette Preston

Stephanie Danette Preston

Jordan S. West

Jordan S. West

Alphonso Walter Grant

Alphonso Walter Grant

Rodney Hughes

Rodney Hughes

Janet Brubaker

Janet Brubaker

Maryann Stassen

Maryann Stassen

Kristine Subasic Nichols

Kristine Subasic Nichols
Becky Crandall
Research Associate

Rebecca (Becky) Crandall is a Ph.D. candidate at North Carolina State University in Educational Research and Policy Analysis with a specialization in Higher Education. Shaped by her experiences as a Baptist campus minister/chaplain at institutions across the Southeast and the time that she spent as the Director of Student Involvement at Houston Baptist University, Becky’s research focuses on intercollegiate athletics, with particular attention directed toward student-athlete spirituality, student-athlete development, and student-athlete well-being.  She also explores topics related to religion and spirituality in higher education, campus religious and worldview diversity, identity, and LGBT issues in higher education.

Becky currently works at North Carolina State University as a research associate for the Interfaith Diversity Experiences & Attitudes Longitudinal Survey (IDEALS)—a study of approximately 130 institutions conducted as part of a project entitled “Cooperation in a Pluralistic World: A National Study of College Students’ Engagement with Religious Diversity.” She earned a M.Div. with a specialization in Christian Education from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and a B.A. in Mass Communication and a minor in Speech Communication from Louisiana State University.