Social Class, Age, and Religion: Turning Faculty Marginality into Empathy for Students
As a product of the working class and being part of the first generation in my family to attend college, being a nontraditional student, and being an evangelical Christian, as an undergraduate I often felt like a stranger in the strange land of higher education.
Jay R. Howard. "Social Class, Age, and Religion: Turning Faculty Marginality into Empathy for Students" Growing Through Our Past into the Future: Journeys of Faculty and Advisors on the Path to Cultural Competence. Ed. Marla Zimmerman. Indianapolis, IN: IUPUI Office for Professional Development, 2006. 32-34.