Team Fundraising Page of Paul Eaton-Diamond Honoree
Paul Eaton-Diamond Honoree
Paul William Eaton is Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Sam Houston State University, where he teaches in the Higher Education Leadership Master’s and Doctoral programs, serves as co-chair for the College of Education Equity in Action committee, and also contributes to institutional efforts aimed at equity, inclusion, and internationalization. He has been an active member of ACPA since 2003. He currently serves as Editor for Developments, and has previously served on the Commission for Admissions, Orientation, and First Year Experience Directorate Board, and the ACPA Presidential Task Force on Digital Technology in Student Affairs. Professionally, he has worked at the University of North Texas as the Coordinator of New Student Programs (2005-2007) and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette as the Director of Orientation (2007-2013). Paul’s research interests include inquiries into digital technologies in education; complexity, postqualitative and posthumanist inquiry; and curriculum theorizing-philosophy in the realms of postsecondary education and student affairs. He received his Ph.D. from Louisiana State University in May 2015, his master’s degree from the University of Maryland College Park in 2005, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities in 2002. In his spare time, Paul is an avid reader, participating in several book and short story clubs in the Houston area; a runner; and a doggy daddy to Domino and Conway.
About This Campaign
The funds raised on behalf of the Honorees are used for ACPA and Foundation activities in keeping with the Association’s purposes and strategic goals. Since its inception in 1999 the program has generated over $100,000.
Craig John Alimo gave a $25 donationThanks so much for your service to the profession Paul!
Tracey Walterbusch gave a donationDr. Paul Eaton is an inspiration. He is a brilliant researcher and a caring mentor. I look forward to seeing what he contributes to the field of higher education.
Kathleen Gillon gave a $21 donationFond memories of our early work together on the directorate for AOFYE...and now look at us! :) Congratulations on this honor, Professor! Cheers, Kathleen Gillon
Tracy Davis gave a $50 donationCongratulations on receiving this award, Paul. This is a well-deserved recognition and I look forward to celebrating with you in Houston.