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Perez CV. - Division of Diversity and Community Engagement
David Pérez II, Ph.D.
Department of Educational Leadership
Miami University ▪ McGuffey Hall, Room 300F ▪ Oxford, OH 45056
513-529-2572 ▪ [email protected]
EDUCATION
The Pennsylvania State University – University Park, PA
Doctor of Philosophy, Higher Education, August 2012
Minor: Sociology
Vanderbilt University – Nashville, TN
Master of Education, General Administrative Leadership, May 2001
Bachelor of Science, Human and Organizational Development, May 1997
Concentration: Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness
SELECT AWARDS & HONORS
ACPA Emerging Scholar, American College Personal Association, 2014
Level A Graduate Faculty Standing, Miami University, April 2013 – Present
NASPA Emerging Scholar, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, 2013
Alumni Association Dissertation Award, The Pennsylvania State University, Spring 2012
David L. Clark Graduate Fellow, University Council for Educational Administration, April 2011
AAHHE Graduate Fellow, American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education, 2008 – 2010
Conrad Frank Jr. Graduate Fellowship, The Pennsylvania State University, 2007 – 2008
Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Recognition, The Pennsylvania State University, 2007
Senior Vice President’s Award for Excellence, Syracuse University, 2002
Award for Excellence in Student Interaction and Engagement, Syracuse University, 2001
Posse Scholar, The Posse Foundation, 1993 – 1997
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Assistant Professor
August 2012 – Present
Department of Educational Leadership – Miami University
§ Maintain active research agenda on Latino male achievement in higher education
§ Instruct graduate-level courses and independent studies in the SAHE program
§ Advise approximately 12 graduate students annually on personal, academic, and professional matters
§ Serve on institutional, divisional, and departmental committees
Graduate Assistant
Spring 2009 – July 2012
Office of Graduate Educational Equity Programs – The Pennsylvania State University
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Planned, implemented, and assessed programs to recruit and retain underrepresented graduate and
undergraduate students. Assisted the Alfred P. Sloan Scholars Program, Ronald E. McNair Scholars
Program, and Summer Research Opportunities Program.
Co-Director
Summer 2007 – 2010
Summer Research Opportunities Program – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Provided guidance to 40 racial/ethnic minority undergraduates engaged in research. Organized
weekly seminars focused on graduate education. Adapted Survey of Undergraduate Research
Experiences (SURE) to assess student learning.
Assistant Director for Residential Leadership
January 2004 – July 2006
Department of Residential Education – New York University
§ Developed comprehensive leadership program using the Social Change Model of Leadership
Development. Coordinated the peer educator in-residence program for the division of student affairs.
Chaired departmental leadership committee. In-directly supervised 26 professional staff members on
the advisement of community councils. Managed annual budget exceeding $500,000. Provided oncall crisis management coverage for 12,000 undergraduate and graduate residents.
Co-Chair of Diversity Committee
June 2003 – January 2004
Office of Residence Life – Syracuse University
§ Planned, implemented, and evaluated departmental diversity initiatives. Maintained diversity
resource center for professional, graduate, and paraprofessional staff. Supported university initiatives
to increase of awareness diversity and celebrate contributions of underrepresented students, faculty,
and administrators on campus.
Area Coordinator
June 2002 – January 2004
Office of Residence Life – Syracuse University
§ Managed apartments and residence halls for 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students. Supervised,
trained, and evaluated 1 graduate professional, 3 resident advisors, and 8 federal work-study
students. Administered programming and operational budget exceeding $30,000. Guided the
implementation of the multicultural living and learning community and transfer student residence
hall. Developed peer mentoring program for racial/ethnic minority undergraduates.
Residence Director
June 2001 – June 2002
Office of Residence Life – Syracuse University
§ Managed a co-educational residence hall for 350 undergraduate students. Supervised, trained, and
evaluated 1 assistant residence director and 9 resident advisors. Collaborated with the Office of
Multicultural Affairs to implement the multicultural living and learning community. Managed
programming and operating budget exceeding $6,000.
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Independent Research Projects
Principal Investigator
The National Study on Latino Male Achievement in Higher Education
August 2012 – Present
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Research on Latino male achievement patterns at 20 selective U.S. colleges and universities.
Awarded at total of $50,000 by Miami University’s Committee on Faculty Research; the College of
Education, Health, and Society; and the ACPA Foundation.
Principal Investigator
November 2010 – June 2012
Los Logradores: Understanding the Role of Community Cultural Wealth in the Experiences of Latino
Male Achievers at a Predominantly White Institution
§ Dissertation chaired by Dr. Kimberly A. Griffin, Assistant Professor of Education and Research
Associate of the Center for the Study of Higher Education. Awarded a total of $3,800 by the NASPA
Foundation and ACPA’s Standing Committee for Multicultural Affairs.
Principal Investigator
Fall 2009 – Summer 2011
El Clima Latino: A Critical Examination of the Campus Climate for Latina/o Collegians
§ Supervised by Dr. Susan R. Rankin, Associate Professor of Education. Analyzed campus climate
data for approximately 400 Latina/o undergraduate students.
Collaborative Research Projects
Research Associate
Spring 2009 – Spring 2010
Climate Data Merge Project – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Assisted Dr. Susan R. Rankin, Senior Diversity Planning Analyst, with merging campus climate data
gathered from 23 postsecondary institutions. Contributed to the development of a scale that measures
six dimensions of campus climate.
Graduate Research Assistant
May 2008 – May 2009
Center for the Study of Higher Education – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Assisted Dr. Patrick T. Terenzini, Distinguished Professor and Senior Scientist, and Dr. Lisa R.
Lattuca, Associate Professor and Senior Research Associate, with the Engineering of 2020 Studies.
Collaborated on two studies funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) that explores
undergraduate engineering education and the engineering professional pipeline. Contributed to the
development of survey instruments administered nationally to senior administrators, faculty,
students, and alumni at two- and four-year postsecondary institutions. Assisted with collection and
analysis of qualitative data.
Graduate Research Assistant
Summer 2007
Center for the Study of Higher Education – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Assisted Dr. Dorothy Evensen, Professor of Education and Senior Research Associate, with pilot
study for The end of the pipeline: A journey of recognition for African Americans entering the legal
profession.
External Research Grants
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Principal Investigator, The National Study on Latino Male Achievement in Higher Education,
William T. Grant Foundation’s Scholars Program, $100,000.00 (In Progress), May 2015
Principal Investigator, Qualitative Study on Latino Male Achievers at Private Research-I
Universities, NASPA Foundation, $5,000.00 (In Progress), July 2015
Principal Investigator, Latino Male Achievers at Liberal Arts Institutions: A Comparative Study,
Consortium on High Achievement & Success, $6,500.00 (In Progress), Spring 2015
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Principal Investigator, Over the Ivy Walls: A Phenomenological Study on Latino Male Achievers at
Highly Selective, Predominantly White Institutions in the United States, ACPA Foundation Research
Grant, $2,000.00 (Awarded), 2013 – 2014
Principal Investigator, Los Logradores: Understanding the Role of Resiliency and Community
Cultural Wealth in the Experiences of Latino Male Achievers at a Predominantly White Institution,
NASPA Foundation’s Channing Briggs Small Grant, $3,500.00 (Awarded), 2011 – 2012
Principal Investigator, Los Logradores: Understanding the Role of Resiliency and Community
Cultural Wealth in the Experiences of Latino Male Achievers at a Predominantly White Institution,
ACPA’s Standing Committee for Multicultural Affairs, $300.00 (Awarded), 2011 – 2012
Internal Research Grants
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EHS Research Seed Grant, $5,000.00 (Awarded), Miami University, 2014 – 2015
EHS Research Seed Grant, $5,000.00 (Awarded), Miami University, 2013 – 2014
Miami University Faculty Research Grant Program, $39,000.00 (Awarded), 2013 – 2014
EHS Summer Research Grant, $5,000.00 (Awarded), Summer 2013
Penn State Alumni Association Research Award, $5,000.00 (Awarded), 2011 – 2012
Other Grants
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EHS Mentoring Grant, $500.00, Miami University, Spring 2015
EHS Mentoring Grant, $500.00, Miami University, Spring 2014
EHS Mentoring Grant, $500.00, Miami University, Spring 2013
EHS Mentoring Grant, $500.00, Miami University, Fall 2012
Research Institutes
Participant, Summit on Men of Color, National Center for Institutional Diversity, January 2015
Participant, Faculty Learning Community on Scholarly Communication, 2013 – 2014
Participant, NCFDD’s Faculty Success Program, 2013 – 2014
Participant, National Summer Institute, University of Denver, Summer 2010
Participant, Inter-University Program for Latino Research, University of Notre Dame, June 2009
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Instructor
2012 – Present
EDL 676: Foundations of Student Affairs in Higher Education – Miami University
§ Seminar facilitates socialization to graduate school, provides overview of student affairs, and aids
first-year graduate students in developing professional competencies.
Instructor
2013 – Present
EDL 656: Professional Develop and Field Experience – Miami University
§ Seminar prepares second-year graduate students for job search, comprehensive examination, and
transition into student affairs profession.
Teaching Assistant
Spring 2010
CSA 506: College Student Development – The Pennsylvania State University
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Assisted with the development of course syllabus, assignments, and grading rubrics. Provided
feedback on course assignments, presentations, and group projects for 14 graduate students.
Teaching Assistant
Fall 2009
CSA 597: Social Justice Issues in Higher Education – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Assisted with the development of course syllabus, assignments, and grading rubrics. Facilitated
weekly experiential activities to assist 19 graduate students with the application of theory. Evaluated
assignments including blog entries, papers, presentations, and group projects.
Co-Instructor
Fall 2009
AAAS 003: Scholarship and Community – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Revised curriculum for first-year seminar to facilitate the academic and social transition of
underrepresented students. Engaged 60 Bunton-Waller Fellows and Lenfest Scholars in servicelearning experiences.
Teaching Assistant
August 2006 – May 2008
EDTHP 115: Education in American Society – The Pennsylvania State University
§ Facilitated two weekly recitation sessions for approximately 60 undergraduate students. Developed
and graded course examinations, papers, and group projects.
Teaching Institutes
Participant, Learning Technologies Winter Institute, Miami University, Winter 2014
Participant, Lilly International Conference on College Teaching, Miami University, November 2014
Participant, Learning Technologies Summer Institute, Miami University, Summer 2013
Participant, New-Faculty Teaching Enhancement Program, Miami University, 2012 – 2013
Participant, Graduate School Teaching Certificate, The Pennsylvania State University, Spring 2012
PUBLICATIONS
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Pérez II, D. (2014). Exploring the nexus between community cultural wealth and the academic and
social experiences of Latino male achievers. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in
Education, 27(6), 747–767. doi:10.1080/09518398.2014.901573
Pérez II, D., & Taylor, K. B. (accepted). Cultivando logradores: Nurturing and sustaining Latino male
success in higher education. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.
Pérez II, D. (in progress). Fostering Latino male academic determination in higher education: A cultural
wealth perspective.
Pérez II, D., & Saenz, V. B. (in progress). The thriving Latino male in higher education.
Book Chapters
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Griffin, K. A., & Pérez II, D. (2013). Looking beyond labels: Black honors students negotiating the
intersections between their personal and social identities. In T. L. Strayhorn (Ed.), Living at the
intersections: Social identities and Black collegians. New York, NY: Information Age
Publishing, Inc.
Harper, S. R., Williams, C. D., Pérez II, D., & Morgan, D. L. (2013). Qualitative understandings of
academic capital formation among Black and Latino male students: A cross-case trajectory
analysis. In E. P. St. John (Ed.), Academic capital formation among diverse learners in college.
New York: AMS Press.
Pérez II, D. (in press). Over the ivy wall: Latino male achievers nurturing community cultural wealth
through their involvement at a highly selective, predominantly White research university. In V.
B. Sáenz, L. Ponjuan, & J. Figueroa (Eds.), Ensuring the Success of Latino Males in Higher
Education: A New National Imperative. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, LLC.
Oseguera, L., & Pérez II, D. (under review). We know what works: Institutional policies that enhance
the campus racial climate to facilitate Latina/o baccalaureate degree completion at predominantly
White institutions. In L. Ponjuan, L. Chavez, V. B. Sáenz (Eds.), Latino Higher Education
Policy Issues. South Bend, IN: Notre Dame Press.
Griffin, K. A., Pérez II, D., Holmes, A. P. E., & Mayo, C. E. P. (2010). Investing in the future: The
importance of faculty mentoring in the development of students of color in STEM. In S. R.
Harper & C. B. Newman (Eds.), Students of color in STEM: Engineering a new research agenda.
New Directions for Institutional Research (pp. 95-103). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, Inc.
Griffin, K. A., Nichols, A. H., Pérez II, D., & Tuttle, K. D. (2008). Making campus activities and
student organizations inclusive for racial/ethnic minority students. In S. R. Harper (Ed.),
Creating inclusive college environments for cross-cultural learning and engagement (pp. 121138), Washington, DC: NASPA, Inc.
Book Reviews
Pérez II, D. (accepted). Men of color in higher education. [Review of the book Men of color in higher
education: New foundations for developing models for success, by R. A. Maxwell]. Journal of
College Student Development.
PRESENTATIONS
Conference Presentations
Lendof, D. M., Espino, M. M., Nienhusser, H. K., Pérez II, D., Pertuz, S. B., & Solis, S. (2015, March).
Latinas/os in higher education institute: Strengthening the educational pipeline for Latina/os
from the inside-out. Pre-conference institute accepted for the National Association of Student
Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Conference in New Orleans, LA.
Saenz, V. B., Ponjuan, L., Carillo, J. F., & Pérez II, D. (2015, March). Re-conceptualizing the Latino
male educational imperative: A journey through the dimensions of data, policy, critical inquiry
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and practice. Pre-conference workshop accepted for the American Association of Hispanics in
Higher Education’s (AAHHE) National Conference in Frisco, TX.
Perez II, D., & Murillo, R. (2015, March). Fostering Latino male collegians’ academic determination:
Consider. collaborate. create. commit. Session proposed for the American College Personnel
Association (ACPA) Convention in Tampa, FL.
Montelongo, R., Garcia, G. A., Hernandez, A., Ozuna, T., Perez II, D., Vidal Plaza, R., & Salinas, C.
(2015, March). Consider, collaborate, create: Latinas/os transitioning from the profession to
professoriate. Session proposed for the American College Personnel Association (ACPA)
Convention in Tampa, FL.
Liddell, D., & Hamrick, F., Perez II, D., Martin, G. L., & Kupo, V. L. (2015, March). Emerging
scholars research papers I. Research symposium accepted for the American College Personnel
Association (ACPA) Convention in Tampa, FL.
Pérez II, D., & Murillo, R. (2015, February). Latino Enough: Exploring the Intersections of
Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Class among Latino Males in Higher Education. Session proposed
for the Black & Latino Male Summit at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Pérez II, D. (2014, November). Exploring the nexus between academic determination and community
cultural wealth in Latino male success at selective postsecondary institutions. Paper accepted for
the 2014 Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference.
Perez II, D. (2014, May). Cultivando logradores: Nurturing and sustaining Latino male success in
higher education. Session presented at the Men & Masculinities Conference at Miami
University.
Perez II, D. (2014, April). Cultivando logradores: Nurturing Latino male collegians’ dispositions
toward achievement. Paper accepted for the American Educational Research Association
(AERA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Martinez, E., Pérez II, D., Fajardo, I., Munoz, J., Hernandez, J. M., Saenz, V. B. (2014, April).
Employing asset-based frameworks to understand Latino male achievement in the K-16
educational pipeline. Research symposium accepted for the American Educational Research
Association (AERA) Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Perez II, D. (2014, March). Cultivando logradores [Nurturing Latino male achievers]: Lessons from
Latino parents to student affairs educators in higher education. Session sponsored by Standing
Committee for Multicultural Affairs for the National Association of Student Personnel
Administrators (NASPA) Annual Conference in Baltimore, MD.
Perez II, D., Carpenter, R., Rosch, D. M., & Sturdivant, A. A. (2014, March). Innovative student affairs
pathways: Launching a successful career in administration or academia that begins in residence
life. Session sponsored by New Professionals and Graduate Students Knowledge Community for
the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Conference in
Baltimore, MD.
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Perez II, D. (2014, March). Latino male involvement at selective PWIs: A cultural wealth perspective.
Session sponsored by the Standing Committee on Men and Masculinities for the American
College Personnel Association (ACPA) Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Pérez II, D., & Taylor, K. B. (2014, March). Cultivando logradores: Nurturing Latino male
achievement in higher education. Paper presented at the American College Personnel
Association (ACPA) Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Pérez II, D. (2013, November). Logrando: Latino male collegians enacting notions of achievement.
Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education’s (ASHE) Annual
Conference in St. Louis, MO.
Brazelton, B., Renn, K., Gonyo, C., Harris III, F., Pérez II, D., Harper, S., & Patton Davis, L. (2013,
November). College men and success: Intersections of identities with diverse contexts of
masculinity. Research symposium presented at the Association for the Study of Higher
Education’s (ASHE) Annual Conference in St. Louis, MO.
Pérez II, D. (2013, May). A cultural perspective on Latino male involvement at PWIs. Session presented
for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and American
College Personnel Association (ACPA) Conference on College Men in Oxford, OH.
Pérez II, D. (2013, March). Los logradores: Latino male college students reconceptualizing notions of
achievement. Paper presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
(NASPA) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL. Session sponsored by Emerging Scholars: A
NASPA Faculty Fellows Research Program.
Pérez II, D. (2013, March). Latino male engagement at PWIs: A cultural wealth perspective. Session
sponsored by the Latina/o Knowledge Community for the National Association of Student
Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL.
Pérez II, D. (2013, March). Los logradores: Understanding the role of community cultural wealth in the
experiences of Latino male achievers at predominantly white institutions Session sponsored by
the NASPA Foundation for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
(NASPA) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL.
Beck, S., Wright, C., Pérez II, D. (2012, January). Bringing it back: The value of professional
experience in a graduate program. Session presented at the OCPA/OASPA Annual Conference
in Columbus, OH.
Pérez II, D., Espino, M. M., Carrión, A. E., Baber, L., Rincon, B., Oropeza, M., & Yosso, T. J. (2012,
April). Employing a community cultural wealth framework to analyze the complexities of
Latina/o educational attainment. Research symposium presented at the American Educational
Research Association’s (AERA) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, B.C.
Pérez II, D. (2012, February). Over the ivy wall: Latino males nurturing cultural wealth to achieve
educational milestones. Session presented at the Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher
Education (PBCOHE) in Harrisburg, PA.
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Pérez II, D. (2011, November). Exploring the nexus between community cultural wealth and the
academic achievement patterns of Latino male collegians. Paper presented at the Association for
the Study of Higher Education’s (ASHE) Annual Conference in Charlotte, NC.
Pérez II, D., & Zepeda, Y. (2011, March). The Summer Research Opportunities Program:
Reconceptualizing undergraduate research to increase Latina/o student access to graduate
education. Session presented at the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education’s
(AAHHE) National Conference in San Antonio, TX.
Malagon, M. C., Vega, I. I., Lopez Figueroa, J., Pérez, P. A., Pérez II, D., & Saenz, V. B. (2011, April).
A critical look at the gendered and raced educational trajectories of Latino males in
continuation schools, high schools, and higher education settings. Research symposium
presented at the American Educational Research Association’s (AERA) Annual Meeting in New
Orleans, LA.
Pérez II, D., & Bermudez, G. (2010, October). Consejos: A culturally responsive approach to advising
Latina/o college students. Session sponsored by the Multicultural Concerns Commission and
presented at the National Academic Advising Association’s (NACADA) Annual Conference in
Orlando, FL.
Arambula, T. L., Huerta, A. H., Pérez II, D., Ponjuan, L., Sanchez, S. M., Venegas, K. (2010,
November). Sin voz o atencion: The narrative experiences of Latino males across geographic
boundaries and throughout the pipeline. Research symposium presented at the Association for
the Study of Higher Education’s (ASHE) Annual Conference in Indianapolis, IN.
Arambula, T., & Pérez II, D. (2010, March). Drafting a policy memorandum. Session presented during
the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education’s (AAHHE) Graduate Student
Fellows Program in Costa Mesa, CA.
Vasquez, P. L., Pérez II, D., Ranero, J., Cabreles, J., & Espino, M. M. (2009, November). Critical
research frameworks and Latinas/os: Advancing the next generation of scholarship about
Latinas/os in higher education. Research symposium presented at the Association for the Study
of Higher Education’s (ASHE) Annual Conference in Vancouver, B.C.
Peter, P., & Pérez II, D. (2003, March). Peer mentor programs: 1 student – 10,000 approaches. Session
presented at the American College Personnel Association’s (ACPA) Annual Convention in
Minneapolis, MN.
Invited Presentations
Pérez II, D. (2015, February). Microaggressions. Invited presentation delivered during College of
Education Summit at Indiana State University.
Pérez II, D. (2014, May). Navegando el camino [Navigating the path]: From the Posse scholarship to
the professorship. Invited presentation delivered during Aztec Research Fellows Program at San
Diego State University.
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Brown, M. S., Hall, M., Heydt, S., Perez II, D., & Ramstetter, A. (2014, May). So where do we go from
here? Closing panel presentation sponsored by Men & Masculinities Committee at Miami
University.
Pérez II, D. (2014, May). “It’s not where you’re from, It’s where you’re at!” Invited presentation
delivered during The Men of Color Higher Education Summit at Rowan University.
Pérez II, D. & Davis II, C. H. F. (2014, April). Not by accident: Sustaining Latino and Black male
success in higher education. Presentation sponsored by The College for Diversity Programs at
Brown University.
Pérez II, D. (2014, April). From surviving to thriving: Latino males reconceptualizing success in higher
education. Presentation sponsored by The College for Diversity Programs at Brown University.
Pérez II, D. (2013, July). Engaging racial/ethnic minority students in the residence halls. Training
delivered for the Office of Residence Life at Miami University.
Pérez II, D. (2013, May). “It’s not where you’re from, It’s where you’re at!” Invited presentation
delivered during The Men of Color Higher Education Summit at Rowan University.
Pérez II, D. (2013, April). Latinas & Latinos in urban communities. Presentation sponsored by Urban
Teaching Cohort and Urban Leaders at Miami University.
Brayboy, B., Harper, S. R., & Pérez II, D. (2012, December). Building a bridge to success: Improving
retention and completion rates for underrepresented males on UNC system campuses. Panel
presentation sponsored by the UNC General Administration at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill.
Pérez II, D. (2012, November). Thinking beyond C3 & TPE: Navigating the student affairs job search
process. Workshop sponsored by the Miami University’s Student Affairs Graduate Association
(MUSAGA) at Miami University.
Pérez II, D. (2012, October). Mendeley 101. Workshop sponsored by the Miami University’s Student
Affairs Graduate Association (MUSAGA) at Miami University.
Davis, T., Pérez II, D., Strayhorn, T.L., & Wagner, R. (2012, August). (In)visible masculinities on
campus. Panel presentation sponsored by the Office for Student Conduct Administration at
Miami University.
Pérez II, D. (2011, October). What you need to know about graduate school. Session presented to the
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at the Pennsylvania State University.
Pérez II, D. (2011, July). Journey to the Ph.D.: Navigating the graduate application process as a
McNair Scholar. Session presented at the Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program’s 19th Annual
Summer Research Conference at the Pennsylvania State University.
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Pérez II, D. (2011, February). The vanishing Latina/o: Addressing the Latina/o education crisis in the
United States. Presentation sponsored by Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Incorporated at
the University of Pennsylvania.
Pérez II, D. (2011, February). Discussing Black politics in modern America. Panel presentation
sponsored by Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated at the University of Pennsylvania.
Pérez II, D. (2010, September). Preliminary findings from the Summer Research Opportunities Program
assessment: 2009 & 2010. Assessment data presented to the Advisory Committee on Graduate
Education at the Pennsylvania State University.
Pérez II, D., & Carroll, T. (2010, April). Journey to the Ph.D.: Applying to graduate school. Session
presented to Student Support Services & TRIO Program at Mansfield University.
Pérez II, D. (2009, September). SROP learning outcomes: Developing and assessing student learning in
the Summer Research Opportunities Program. Session presented at the Committee for
Institutional Cooperation’s (CIC) Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.
Keynote Addresses
Pérez II, D. (2014, October). Conversation between Dr. David Pérez II and President Elsa M. Núñez
about Latino males in higher education. Keynote delivered during the Connecticut Association
of Latinos in Higher Education (CALAHE) Conference at Central Connecticut State University.
Pérez II, D. (2014, September). Am I my brother's keeper? Redefining success in higher education
through hermandad. Keynote delivered during the inaugural Brotherhood Conference at Western
Illinois University.
Pérez II, D. (2013, November). Started from the bottom? Identity, leadership, and community. Keynote
delivered during the Black & Latino Male Conference at Vassar College.
Pérez II, D. (2013, January). From the Posse scholarship to the professorship. Keynote delivered during
the Inaugural Posse Sophomore Scholars Symposium in New York, NY.
Pérez II, D. (2011, April). P.S.Unidos 2011. Keynote address delivered during the Admissions Office’s
Recruitment Weekend at the Pennsylvania State University.
White, J., Harper, S., & Pérez II, D. (2010, March). NASPA Speaker Series. Moderated keynote address
delivered by Dr. Joseph White and Dr. Shaun R. Harper at the National Association of Student
Personnel Administrators’ (NASPA) Annual Conference in Chicago, IL.
Course Presentations
Pérez II, D., & Taliaferro Baszile, D. (2014, November). Developing a research agenda. Panel
presentation during EDL 761: Introduction to Study in Educational Leadership at Miami
University.
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Pérez II, D. & Rousmaniere, K. (2013, October). Crafting a research agenda. Panel presentation during
EDL 761: Introduction to Study in Educational Leadership at Miami University.
Kuvalanka, K., & Pérez II, D. (2013, January). Issues with data collection in qualitative research. Panel
presentation during EDL 776: Student Affairs in Higher Education Research Practicum at Miami
University.
Carruba-Whetstine, C., Pérez II, D., Shaw, M. (2012, October). Drafting a dissertation proposal. Panel
presentation during EDL 776: Student Affairs in Higher Education Research Practicum at Miami
University.
Pérez II, D., Quaye, S. J., & Shaw, M. D. (2012, October). Introduction to doctoral studies. Panel
presentation during EDL 761: Introduction to Study in Educational Leadership at Miami
University.
Pérez II, D. (2011, September). Intersectionality and power. Seminar presented to graduate students in
CSA 507: Social Justice Issues in Higher Education at the Pennsylvania State University.
Pérez II, D. (2010, September). Intersectionality. Seminar presented to graduate students in CSA 597:
Social Justice Issues in Higher Education at the Pennsylvania State University.
Pérez II, D. (2010, March). Spiritual identity development. Seminar presented to graduate students in
CSA 503: Student Development Theory at the Pennsylvania State University.
SERVICE ACTIVITIES
Professional Service
Volunteer, Latina/o Faculty Office Hours, NASPA March 2014 – Present
Cluster Facilitator, NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program, March 2013 – Present
Contributor, ASHE Graduate Student Travel Scholarship Fund, ASHE, 2011 – Present
Reviewer, Educational Researcher, Spring 2015
Reviewer, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, Spring 2015
Mentor, NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program, 2014 – 2015
Co-Chair, Council on Ethnic Participation’s (CEP) Mentor-Protégé Program, 2012 – 2014
Coach, Faculty Success Program, National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, Summer 2014
Reviewer, The High School Journal, Spring 2014
Speaker, Conversation with Scholars Series, AERA’s Division J Graduate Network, April 2014
Reviewer, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, Spring 2013
Reviewer, Men and Masculinities, Spring 2013
Sub-Committee Chair, CEP Mentor-Protégé Program, 2012 – 2013
Co-Chair, Graduate Student Fellows Program, AAHHE, 2008 – 2010
Managing Editor, Higher Education in Review, The Pennsylvania State University, 2008 – 2009
University Service
Member, EHS Technology Committee, 2014 – Present
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Member, EHS Committee for the Evaluation of Administrators, Miami University, 2013 – Present
Member, Miami University’s Commencement Speaker Advisory Committee Meeting, Fall 2014
Facilitator, [email protected], Miami University, Summer 2013
Mentor, Fast Start Mentoring Program, The Pennsylvania State University, 2008 – 2012
Departmental Service
Member, EDL Clinical Faculty Search Committee, Miami University, Spring 2014
Member, EDL Tenure-Track Faculty Search Committee, Miami University, Fall 2013
Dissertation Committees
Stoll, E. (2015, March). First-generation students who persist beyond the first year of college at a fouryear institution: Navigating tension between home and school. Unpublished doctoral
dissertation, Department of Educational Leadership, Miami University.
Taylor, C. (in progress). The effects of fraternity involvement on adherence to male role norms.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Department of Educational Leadership, Miami University.
Johnson, J. J. (in progress). Negotiating institutional change to promote college student success.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Department of Educational Leadership, Miami University.
Community Service
Board Member, McGuffey Montessori School, 2013 – Present
Founding Brother, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc., April 2000 – Present
CONSULTANCIES
Research Associate
2009 – 2012
Rankin & Associates Consulting
§ Support efforts to promote institutional equity through campus climate assessment and
implementation of intervention strategies via Transformational Tapestry Model. Conduct focus
group interviews with students, faculty, staff, and administrators at three universities.
Senior Trainer
January 2007
College Success Foundation Mid-Year Training Program – Issaquah, WA
§ Facilitated a two-day training seminar for senior administrators, school coordinators, and staff.
Designed and implemented curriculum focused on group dynamics, cross-cultural communication,
and leadership development.
Consultant
February 2003 – 2006
Firefly, Incorporated – New York, NY
§ Administered the Bial-Dale Adaptability Index (BDI), an innovative college admissions tool, to
evaluate scholarship candidates for the College Success Foundation. Facilitated five-hour workshops
for 100 high school students per day. Assisted in the evaluation of nearly 6,000 scholarship
candidates

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