Dr. Mitsu Narui currently serves as the Associate Director for Institutional Effectiveness at Capital University in Columbus, OH. Mitsu received her Ph.D. in 2010 in Higher Education Administration from Ohio State. She is also received her MA in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green in 2003 and BS in Physical Therapy in 2000 from Ohio State. Prior to this role, Mitsu has had positions in multicultural affairs, governmental policy, academic advising and residence life. In addition, Mitsu currently serves on the editorial boards for the Journal for LGBT Youth and the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education and has been actively presenting her research on Asian and Asian American lesbian, gay, and bisexual college students. She has been published in the Journal of Homosexuality as well as presented her research at the Association for the Study of Higher Education and American Educational Research Association national conferences.
Narui, M., Truong, K., & McMickens, T. (2015). Independent study: How three doctoral students tackled issues recruiting participants and collecting data with historically underrepresented populations. Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, 4(1), http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/jctp/vol4/iss1/8.
Narui, M. (2014). Hidden populations and intersectionality: When race and sexual orientation collide. In D. Mitchell, C. Y. Simmons, & L. A. Greyerbiehl (Eds.), Intersectionality and higher education: Theory, research, and praxis (pp. 185-200). New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
Narui, M. (2014). LGBT pedagogy: A review of Activities for Teaching Gender and Sexuality in the University Classroom. Journal for LGBT Youth, 11, 413-416.
Narui, M. (2011). Understanding the Asian/American gay, lesbian, bisexual experience from a poststructural perspective. Journal of Homosexuality, 58, 1211-1234.