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Emmanuel Little

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PhD, 2018

Emmanuel Little is the director of training, diversity, equity, and inclusion for Big Brothers, Big Sisters of metro Atlanta.

He previously served as the director of Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role models) at the Georgia College and State University (GCSU) in Milledgeville, where he administered initiatives for young men of color in education.  Little was instrumental in the receipt of a $75,000 grant award from the Betty and David Fitzgerald Foundation to be used for the Call me MISTER program.

His research interests revolve around support for historically marginalized and underrepresented students in higher education, particularly concerning access and opportunity. Specifically, his scholarship focuses on expanding the knowledge base that informs his work with these communities. 

He is the recipient of the 2018-19 J. Douglas Toma Excellence in Research and Service award.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts in mass communication and his Master of Arts in public administration from GCSU. 

News Featuring Emmanuel Little

The McBee Institute welcomed four graduates back into the classroom virtually on July 21 to speak to students about their preparation for and experiences in noncampus roles.

Emmanuel Little (PhD, 2018) is featured on the cover of the Milledgeville Scene magazine. He is recognized as one of their "20 under 40" rising…

Four doctoral students in the Institute of Higher Education received awards at a luncheon hosted by IHE on September 24th.

IHE doctoral student Emmanuel Little receives grant for Call Me MISTER program from the Betty and David Fitzgerald Foundation.

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