Tamara N. Stevenson
Tamara N. Stevenson, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor
Communication
B.A. Wayne State University
M.A. Wayne State University
E.D.D. Eastern Michigan University

Areas of Experience

  • Speech Communication; Public/Media/Corporate Communication; Critical Race Theory; Critical Communication Pedagogy; Campus Racial Climate; Qualitative Research/Writing
  • About Tamara N. Stevenson, Ed.D.

    SCHOLARLY – INSTRUCTIONAL – PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

    I study the communicative aspects (including but not limited to: curriculum, pedagogy, and organizational structures) in K-12 and postsecondary schools as organizational sites of power, hegemony, and oppression through a critical race lens.

    The individual, institutional, and societal influence and impact of race and gender related to issues of access marginalization, participation, matriculation, and completion in postsecondary education and communication studies; Critical Race Theory; Critical Communication Pedagogy; journalism/organizational communication; community colleges; qualitative research methods

    EDUCATION

    Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Educational Leadership

    Program of Study: Higher Education Administration
    Title of Dissertation: The Impact of Racial Battle Fatigue and Role Strain on African American Faculty at Public Community Colleges

    Graduate Certificate, Community College Leadership
    Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI

    Specialist of Arts, Educational Leadership
    Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI

    Master of Arts, Speech/Organizational Communication
    Wayne State University, Detroit, MI

    Bachelor of Arts, Journalism
    Wayne State University, Detroit, MI