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About Stephen John Quaye

Dr. Stephen John Quaye is an Assistant Professor in the College Student Personnel Program at the University of Maryland. He works with master's and doctoral students who are preparing to be college and university administrators, faculty members, and educational researchers. His research concentrates on the influence of race relations on college and university campuses, specifically the gains and outcomes associated with inclusive racial climates, cross-racial interactions, and racially-conscious teaching approaches. Quaye teaches “Facilitating Student Learning in Higher Education,” “Race, Class, and Gender in Higher Education,” “Designing Qualitative Research in Counseling and Student Affairs Contexts,” and “The College Student: Student Development Theories.”
Quaye earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology from James Madison University, his master's in College Student Personnel from Miami University, and his doctoral degree in Higher Education from The Pennsylvania State University.

Positions

Present Department Editor, Media Montage, About Campus, University of Maryland at College Park
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Present Assistant Professor, University of Maryland at College Park
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Curriculum Vitae



Quaye on Student Voice (3)

Quaye on Teaching (3)

Quaye on Student Engagement (1)

Quaye on Racial Dialogues (1)

Quaye on College Students (3)

Books (1)

Quaye on Diversity (1)