Dan Merson speaking
Rankin & Associates team
Genevieve Weber & Julie A. Del Giorno
Sue Speaking at Ithaca College - photo by Fernando Ferraz
team members at retreat
Sue and team at staff retreat


Jason Garvey

Garvey, J. C., & Inkelas, K. K. (2012). Exploring relationships between sexual orientation and satisfaction with faculty and staff interactions. Journal of Homosexuality, 59(8), 1167-1190.

Alphonso Walter Grant

Grant, A.W. (2018) Curriculum, Race and Representation in a Undergraduate Art Education Pre- Service Teaching Program:  Purposeful Teaching and Learning in Diverse Contexts: Implications for Equity, Access and Achievement. (Accepted for publication)

Grant, A.W. and Kee, J.B. – (2018) Dialogues with Diversity: Addressing Race and Culture with Students in Art Museum Education: in Kletchka D. C. and Carpenter, II B. S. Professional Development in Art Museums: Strategies of Engagement through Contemporary Art pp. 157-163. National Art Education Association Press

Kee, J.B and Grant, A.W. (2016) Disney’s post racial gaze: Film, pedagogy, and the construction of racial identity. In Garlen J.C. and Sandlin, J. A. Teaching with Disney. pp. 67-79. Peter Lange Publishing New York

Carpenter,II, B.S. and Grant, A.W. (2015). The Visualization of Urban Black Men: Racial Discourses 
in Social Media: The National Journal of Urban Education and Practice Volume 9, Issue 2, Fall 2015, pp. 462 – 476

Grant, A.W. (2014) A curricular exploration of The Boondocks for art education: A critical race pedagogy of identity in black visual culture. In Smith, B. L., Becker, K. L., Miller, L. R., Reid, N. S., Sorenson, M.D.  (Eds.). Collective Unravelings of the Hegemonic Web (pp. 49 – 68). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Grant, A. W. and Kee, J. B. (2013), ‘Black artists of the Harlem Renaissance in western survey textbooks: Narratives of omission and representation’, Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art 2: 3, pp. 233–246, doi: 10.1386/vi.2.3.233_1

Grant, A.W.  (2013). A curricular exploration of The Boondocks for art education: A philosophical interpretation of black visual culture through the critical lens of double consciousness. In (Espinosa-Dulanto, M. E., Humpal, D. L., Pitre, L., and Santana, J. S.  Eds.), Liminal Spaces and Call for Praxis(ing) (pp. 39-59). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

Rodney P. Hughes

Lozano, J., & Hughes, R. (Forthcoming) Modes of representation among students on higher education governing boards. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management.

Koricich, A., Chen, X., & Hughes, R. (Forthcoming.) Understanding the effects of rurality and socioeconomic status on college attendance and institutional choice in the United States. Review of Higher Education