Dan Tillapaugh - Publications

Dan Tillapaugh and Rachel Wagner (Clemson University) published their article “Residence Life, Men, and Masculinities: Recruitment, Training, and Administrative Processes” on Nov. 1 in Gender-Aware Practices: Intersectional Approaches to Applying Masculinities in Student Affairs, a recent issue of the New Directions for Student Services series.  

Also professor Tillapaugh and his colleagues, Rachel Wagner (Clemson University) and Chase Catalano (Western Illinois University), had their book chapter, Emanicipatory Possibilities: Starting with Men in Gender Research, published in Emily Henderson and Z Nicolazzo's edited book, Starting with Gender in International Higher Education: Conceptual Debates and Methodological Concerns(Routledge).

 

In addition, professor Tillapaugh will be launching the book he co-edited, Men and Masculinities: Theoretical Foundations and Promising Practices for Supporting College Men’s Development, to be published in April  The Graduate School of Education will be sponsoring a book launch on May 8, 2019 at 5:00pm in the Kingsman Room on campus.

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  • State approves bilingual teaching program
    Wed May 5, 2021

    As the result of a rare interdisciplinary collaboration between undergraduate and graduate programs, California Lutheran University has become one of the first institutions in California where undergraduate students can begin earning their bilingual teaching authorization through coursework.

  • 2020 grads return to celebrate in person
    Thu April 29, 2021

    One year after the pandemic forced California Lutheran University to hold commencement virtually, more than 300 members of the Class of 2020 will return to celebrate their achievements at an in-person ceremony just for them.

  • Faculty retiring with emeritus status
    Wed April 21, 2021

    Seven California Lutheran University faculty members with a combined total of more than 160 years of service are retiring with emeritus status. 

  • Festival reflects year's historic events
    Thu April 15, 2021

    The projects presented next week at California Lutheran University’s 15th Annual Festival of Scholars will reflect the historic events of the past year — from research conducted and films shot in students’ homes during pandemic stay-at-home orders to studies of the impact of distance learning and the optimal amount of lying during a political campaign.

  • Cal Lutheran plans in-person graduation
    Tue February 23, 2021

    California Lutheran University will honor 2020 and 2021 graduates at drive-in, in-person ceremonies attended by their classmates and families at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.

  • Cal Lutheran grad students number 1,220
    Wed September 9, 2020

    The pandemic and the temporary move to virtual classes have had no impact on overall interest in California Lutheran University’s graduate programs, with enrollment remaining the same as last year at about 1,225 students at the start of the fall term.

  • Faculty retiring with emeritus status
    Mon May 11, 2020

    Seven California Lutheran University faculty members with a combined total of more than 200 years of service are retiring with emeritus status.

  • Virtual Graduate Commencement slated
    Fri May 1, 2020

    On May 15, California Lutheran University will launch the first of two virtual 57th Annual Commencement ceremonies honoring 2020 graduates.

  • Book gives voice to 10 autistic authors
    Tue October 1, 2019

    Ten nonspeaking people with autism explain how they found their voices through alternative communication methods in a new book edited by the director of the Autism and Communication Center at California Lutheran University.

  • Int'l admissions director honored for work
    Fri July 26, 2019

    California Lutheran University’s director of international admission received the Distinguished Service Award from the International Association for College Admission Counseling (IACAC).

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