Dian is an assistant professor of Counseling-Student Affairs at Northern Arizona University. Previously he was a visiting assistant professor at Iowa State University and a Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Denver. Dian's research focuses on issues of diversity, equity, and justice in higher education. He particularly focuses on understanding how racism shapes university organization, culture, and experience. He utilizes organizational perspectives to help explain individual behavior and experience in order to transform organizational structures to support equity and justice.
Dian received his Ph.D. in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago. He received his Master's degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies- Higher Education from the University of Maryland College Park and his B.S. in Secondary English Education from Florida State University.
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