Director of Community Diversity Relations - Office of Institutional Diversity

Office: 541-737-3099

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Allison Davis-White Eyes, Ph.D. serves as affiliate faculty in the School of Language, Culture and Society as well as the School of Public Policy. Her areas of research include trans-Atlantic relations, higher education policy, post-colonialism, Tribal sovereignty, cosmopolitanism, and trans-national feminism. She currently serves as the Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Fielding Graduate University and holds an associate faculty rank in the School of Leadership Studies. Included in her portfolio are international experiential learning collaborations and international partnerships that emphasize community engaged research.

Dr. Davis-White Eyes earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in American History, and her Master of Arts from UCLA in American Indian Studies with a specific focus on history and law. In addition, Dr. Davis-White Eyes earned her Ph.D. from Oregon State University in Adult Higher Education with an emphasis on International Education.

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School of Public Policy
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Policy Areas: American Indian policy, culture and society; international education policy; rural policy; diversity; gender policy

PhD: Oregon State University

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