Curriculum Vita

EDUCATION

University of Massachusetts, Amherst            
Ed.D. in Student Development;  May 2014
Advanced Graduate Certificate in Feminist Studies;  May 2013

New York University
M.A. in Higher Education Administration; May 2005

The University of Texas at Austin
B.A. in Mathematics and Sociology; May 2003

 

TEACHING AND ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity and Inclusion 
Davidson College,  2018-Present

Assistant Dean of Students & Director  
Hampshire College, Lebron-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center,  2016-2018

Lecturer 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, College of Education, Department for Student Development, 2014-Present

Visiting Faculty
Westfield State University, Education Department, 2014-2015

Graduate Instructor 
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, College of Education, Department for Student Development , 2010-2014

Program Facilitator
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Women of Color Leadership Network, 2010- 2012

Leadership Graduate Assistant
University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Residential Education, 2008-2010

Assistant Director
New York University, Office of LGBT Student Services, 2004-2008

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Evans, S.Y. and Domingue, A.D. (Eds.). Black women and social justice education: legacies and lessons (Book forthcoming).
  • Domingue, A.D. (2016). Online and blended pedagogy in social justice education. In M. Adams, L.A. Bell, D.J. Goodman and K.Y. Joshi (Eds.), Teachings for Diversity and Social Justice, Third Edition (pp. 369-396). New York: Routledge.
  • Domingue, A.D. (2015, September) “We our leaders are just we ourself”: Black women college student leaders’ experiences with oppression and sources of nourishment at predominantly White college campus.  Equity & Excellence in Education, 48(3), 454-472.
  • Hopkins, L.E. and Domingue, A.D. (2015, September) and. From awareness to action: College students’ skill development in intergroup dialogue. Equity & Excellence in Education, 48(3), 391-402.
  • Domingue, A.D. and Neely, D.S. (2013). Why is it so hard to take action: A Reflective dialogue about facilitating for social action engagement. In L. M. Landerman (Ed), The Art of Effective Facilitation: Reflections from Social Justice Educators (pp. 231-252). Sterling: Stylus Publishing.
  • Zuniga, X., Torres-Zickler, A., Archer, S., Smith, T., Domingue, A., Hopkins, L. (October, 2009). Exploring student skill development in intergroup dialogues: A qualitative analysis. A symposium paper presented at the Northeastern Educational Research Association Conference, Rocky Hill, CT.
  • Domingue, A.D. (2007). Tips and Suggestions for Bisexual & Fluid-Identified Students. In Princeton Review (Ed.). The Gay and Lesbian Guide to College Life (pp. 175-176). New York, NY: Princeton Review Publishing.
  • Dean, G. A. & Domingue, A.D. (2006). Suggestions for LGBT students of Color. In S. L. Windmeyer (Ed.). The Advocate College Guide for LGBT Students (pp. 349-352). Los Angeles, CA: Advocate Books-Alyson Publications.
  • Beemyn, B., Domingue, A.D., Pettitt, J.K., Smith, T.M. (2005). Suggested steps to make campuses more trans-inclusive. Creating change at your campus. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Issues in Education, 3(1), 89-94.

 

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Speak Up! Step Up! Facilitating Social Action Engagement with Students (2016, March). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Montreal, QC.
  • Black Women College Student Leaders’ Experiences with Oppression at PWIs  (2015, December), America College Personnel Association, Online Webinar.
  • Black Women College Student Leaders’ Experiences with Oppression at PWIs  (2015, March). Annual Convention, NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, New Orleans, LA.
  • Social Justice 2.0: Designing and Facilitating Social Justice Online Learning (2015, March). Annual Convention, NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, New Orleans, LA.
  • Black Women College Student Leaders’ Experiences with Oppression at PWIs  (2015, March). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Tampa, FL.
  • Navigating Job Searches as a Social Justice Educator  (2015, March). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Tampa, FL.
  • Social Justice 2.0: Designing and Facilitating Social Justice Online Learning (2015, March). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Tampa, FL.
  • Intergroup Dialogue – Can Students ‘Be More’ and Take Action? (2011, March 28). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Baltimore, MD.
  • LGBT Institute-I: LGBTQ Social Identity and Professional Practice. (2010, March 23). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Boston, MA.
  • Exploring Internalized Oppression: A Dialogue with Residence Life Professional Staff. (2009, October 2). Diversity Training for Your Campus Institute, Northeast Association of College & University Housing Officers, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Amherst, MA.
  • LGBT Institute-II: The Power and Courage to Change Your Campus. (2009, March 30). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Washington, DC.
  • LGBT Institute-I: How to Establish a LGBT Resource Center. (2009, March 30). Annual Convention, America College Personnel Association, Washington, DC.
  • Diversity & Social Justice For All: Professional Development for Higher Education Students and Professionals. (2009, March 8). Annual Convention, NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, Seattle, WA.
  • LGBT Campus Administrators Day-Institute. (2009, January 29). Creating Change Conference, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Denver, CO.
  • LGBT Campus Administrators Day-Institute. (2008, February 7). Creating Change Conference, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Detroit, MI.
  • Queer Students of Color on Campus.  (2006, November 10). Creating Change Conference, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Kansas City, MO.
  • LGBT Campus Administrators Day-Institute. (2006, November 8). Creating Change Conference, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Kansas City, MO.
  • Trans Action: Creating Change at Your Campus. (2004, November 12). Creating Change Conference, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, St. Louis, MO.

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