Jude Paul Matias Dizon
Jude Paul Matias Dizon

Jude Paul Matias Dizon

Cohort: 2017

USC Provost's PhD Fellowship

M.Ed., Higher Education & Student Affairs Administration, University of Vermont

B.A., Development Studies, University of California, Berkeley

Concentration

Higher Education

Research Interest

racialization and racism, carcerality, critical theory and race studies, institutional change, student development

Jude Paul Matias Dizon

Jude Paul Matias Dizon is a Pilipino American doctoral student in the Urban Education Policy program (Higher Education) at the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education. Jude Paul is a research assistant in the Pullias Center for Higher Education, advised by Drs. William Tierney and Adrianna Kezar. 

Prior to USC, Jude Paul worked in multicultural affairs and equity roes at Santa Clara University, Diablo Valley College, and the University of Maryland, College Park. He has also taught courses in Asian American Studies and facilitated intergroup dialogues. Jude Paul has collaborated extensively with non-profit organizations and the White Initiative on Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders to advance educational equity.  Jude Paul has co-authored publications focusing on racial equity in higher education, Asian Americans, student activism, and cultural validation. 

Jude Paul's current projects include campus policing and men of color success programs. He has also examined issues relating to Asian American college students, faculty, shared governance, and the role of executive leaders in student success. 

Experience

Professional Experience:

Research Assistant, Pullias Center for Higher Education, University of Southern California, August 2017 -Present.

Assistant Director, Office for Multicultural Learning, Santa Clara University, February 2017 -July 2017.

Retention Specialist, Extended Opportunity Programs & Services, Diablo Valley College, June 2016 -November 2016. 

Coordinator for Asian American & Pacific Islander Student Involvement & Advocacy, University of Maryland, College Park, September 2012 -May 2016. 

Lecturer, Asian American Studies Program, University of Maryland, College Park, September 2012 -May 2016. 

Honors and Awards:

2016 Fellow, Institute for Recruitment of Teachers.

 

Selected Publications

  • Park. J.J., & Dizon, J.P.M. (2017). Race, religion, and spirituality for Asian American students. New Directions for Student Services, 2017(160), 39-49. 
  • Poon, O., Dizon, J.P.M., & Squire, D. (2017). Count Me In!: Ethnic data disaggregation advocacy, racial mattering, and lessons for racial justice coalitions, Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity, 3(1), 122-154.
  • Museus, S.D., Shiroma, K.Y. & Dizon, J.P.M. (2016). Cultural Community Connections and College Success: An Examination of Southeast Asian American College Students. Journal of College Student Development57(5), 485-502.  
  • Dizon, J.P.M. (2012). “Lift As You Climb”: A Narrative on Self-Empowerment and Student Initiated Retention. The Vermont Connection, 33, 32-40.  
  • Dizon, J.P.M. (2011). Lessons on Ethnic Data Disaggregation from the “Count Me In” Campaign. The Vermont Connection, 32, 21-31.

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