Dr. Richard B. Marks, Jr, Ed.D is the Assistant Vice President, Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship at Saint Louis University. He is a graduate of Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana with a bachelors in African American Studies/Sociology and masters in Higher Education Administration in Student Affairs. He earned his doctorate in Educational Leadership from Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California. Marks’s dissertation “As the World Turns: Being Black and Gay on Campus in the 21st Century,” explores factors contributing to the Black gay men at a predominately White institution (PWI) in southern California using the intersection of race, sexual identity, and social capital-institutional agents. Themes that emerged were self-identity, coming-out, racial & cultural dissonance, (toxic) masculinity, religion/spirituality, institutional support, and family affairs.
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