Ted Ransaw

Research Specialist - Curriculum Development

Dr. Ransaw is a Research Specialist in the Arts and Humanities, Core Faculty in African American and African Studies at Michigan State University as well as a former Males of Color Achievement Gap Specialist. His research area includes fatherhood, masculinity, gendered literacy and educational outcomes. He is the author of The Art of Being Cool: The Pursuit of Black Masculinity, and co-author of the book series International Race and Education by MSU Press.

He can be reached via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and The Institute of African American Males website.

BIO

Dr. Ransaw is a Research Specialist in the Arts and Humanities, Core Faculty in African American and African Studies at Michigan State University as well as a former Males of Color Achievement Gap Specialist. His research area includes fatherhood, masculinity, gendered literacy and educational outcomes. He is the author of The Art of Being Cool: The Pursuit of Black Masculinity, and co-author of the book series International Race and Education by MSU Press.

He can be reached via e-mail, Twitter, Facebook, and The Institute of African American Males website.

CONTACT INFO

Office: C230E Snyder Hall
Phone: (517) 354-1931

HIGHLIGHTS

Ph.D., University of Nevada Las Vegas, Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education, Dept. of Teaching and Learning
M.A., University of Nevada Las Vegas, Communication Studies, Hank Greenspun College of Urban Affairs
B.A., University of Nevada Las Vegas, Communication Studies, Hank Greenspun College of Urban Affairs