Bridget Turner Kelly Associate ProfessorPh.D.University of Maryland(2001) Home People Bridget Turner Kelly Department: Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education Division: HESICurriculum Vitae: Curriculum VitaeEmail Address: email@example.comPhone Number: (301) 405-0023Location: 3232 Benjamin Building Research Interests women faculty; socially just educators; visual research methods Bio Dr. Bridget Turner Kelly is Associate Professor of Student Affairs at the University of Maryland. She received her master’s degree and PhD in Social Foundations of Education from the University of Maryland. For nine years she was Associate Professor and Program Chair of Higher Education at Loyola University Chicago. Prior to that, Dr. Kelly was Associate Professor of Student Development at Seattle University and Assistant Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs at the University of Vermont. Her scholarship focuses on marginalized populations in higher education, such as women and faculty of Color. She has authored over 25 publications, including, two articles that have received over 200 citations each and two that have been cited in AMICUS briefs for U.S. Supreme Court cases. Dr. Kelly is an award-winning teacher of intergroup dialogue and presents nationally on the topic. She is an author in and co-editor of Engaging images for research, pedagogy and practice: Utilizing visuals to understand and promote college student development (2017, Stylus). Honors & Awards Faculty Member of the Year, awarded by Division of Student Development Excellence Awards, Loyola University Chicago, 2017 Summer Research Stipend, Loyola University Chicago, 2016 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching, School of Education, Loyola University Chicago, 2014 Diamond Honoree, awarded by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) for distinguished teachers, administrators, researchers, writers and association leaders, 2013 Publications Kelly, B.T. & McCann, K. (Accepted June 2018). Women faculty on the tenure track: The compounding role of being the breadwinner. Journal of the Professoriate. Winkle-Wagner, R., Kelly, B.T., Luedke, C. & Reavis, T. (Accepted July 2018). Authentically me: Examining expectations that are placed upon Black women in college. American Educational Research Journal. Kelly, B.T., McCann, K., & Porter, K. (2018). White women’ faculty’s socialization: Persisting within and against a gendered tenure system. The Review of Higher Education, 41(4), 523-547. Squire, D., Jourian, T.J., Kelly, B. T., Byrd, A., Manzano, L. & Bumbry, M. (2018). A critical race feminist analysis of men of color matriculating into a higher education doctoral program. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 11(1), 16-33. Kelly, B.T. & Kortegast, C. (Eds.) (2017). Engaging images for research, pedagogy and practice: Utilizing visuals to understand and promote college student development. Sterling, VA: Stylus. Grants & Projects Kelly, B.T. (book proposal in progress). Picturing tenure: The journey of women faculty at research universities.