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Collin Case

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Doctoral Student

Collin Case is a doctoral student at the McBee Institute of Higher Education. He researches race and class-based inequities in higher education using qualitative methods. Before coming to McBee IHE, Case worked in several higher education positions, most recently as an academic advisor at Washburn University. He holds a BSE in secondary history and government education and an MSE in curriculum and instruction from the University of Kansas, and an MA in higher, adult, and lifelong education from Michigan State University. 


News Featuring Collin Case

As doctoral candidates at the McBee Institute, Collin Case and Alex Monday co-authored a multiple case study investigation into the perceptions of test-optional policies among admissions officers at two less-selective public institutions in the same state.…

by Jewel Caruso

In their book Broke: The Racial Consequences of Underfunding Public Universities, Laura T. Hamilton and Kelly Nielsen analyze the impacts of defunding public institutions on racially marginalized students and “new universities” —competitive research…

McBee IHE faculty members and doctoral candidate, Matt Gregory, shared on-going research experience with University System of Georgia (USG) and GA Awards data. The 60-minute session covered stages in a project's lifecycle from idea generation through…

Research Roundtable, a student-led group focused on deepening engagement with professional literature, recently hosted a presentation screening. Students presented their upcoming papers in front of their peers and received constructive suggestions and practice…

Amy Stich, Elizabeth Ndika, Kanler Cumbass, and Collin Case recently presented their paper, Negotiating Ourselves: Navigating Paradigmatic Conflict and Diverse Identities in Collaborative Qualitative Research at the 2021 ICQI Conference.

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