I'm an assistant professor of higher education. My research focuses on the political economy of higher education. Recent studies focus on academic leadership, college affordability, and administrative spending and management. You can learn more about my teaching and research here and here. This blog shares my opinions alone, and I carry full responsibility for content published here.
Although I spend a good deal of time thinking about higher education administration, finance, and leadership, my interests also intersect with globalization, urban planning, economic change, and social justice. My writing has appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education and Vitae, and I hope to improve my craft to reach readers of other popular publications.
When I'm not writing, researching, teaching, and advising, I like to run, read narrative non-fiction, stumble through learning to play clawhammer banjo, and brew beer. You can find me on Twitter.