Nathan F. Alleman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Higher Education Studies, Baylor University
Nathan Alleman, (Ph.D., The College of William and Mary) is Associate Professor of Higher Education Studies at Baylor University, specializing in the study of marginal and marginalized populations and organizations. Foci include sociological studies of faculty sub-groups (non-tenure track, religious minorities, faculty denied tenure), faith-based college and universities, and the collegiate identity and experiences of student sub-groups (rural, undocumented, community college, religious outliers, low-income STEM students, food insecure students). His current collaborative project, Starving the Dream, focuses on collegiate food insecurity experiences and management at three selective affluent universities from the perspective of students and administrators. His work has been published in a wide range of top journals, including the Research in Higher Education, Journal of Higher Education, Journal of College Student Development, the Journal of Students Placed at Risk, and Christian Scholar's Review.
Food Insecurity at Selective Colleges and Universities, Sociology of Higher Education, Marginal and Marginalized People and Organizations