Kevin Corn
Assistant Director, Living-Learning & Roadmap Programs
Profile

As the assistant director, Kevin supports the faculty and students in the Living-Learning and Roadmap programs. He works directly with half of the Sophomore Scholars in Residence communities, Casa Hispanica, as well as co-leads the Roadmap to Success program to develop engaging experiences both in and outside of the classroom. Kevin joined the office in 2016 after serving as a Richmond College Area Coordinator from 2012-2016.

Awards

On-Campus Service Award, NASPA Men & Masculinities Knowledge Community, 2015

Adviser of the Year, University of Connecticut Residence Hall Association, 2012

Presentations

Corn, K. & Pevarski, M. (2015, November). Framing masculinity in a global context. Virginia student services conference.

Boehman, J. & Corn, K. (2015, March). I am: Helping college men navigate authentic masculinity. NASPA annual conference.

Brooks-Perkins, E. & Corn, K. (2014, November). Sundresses at football games: Exposing the realities of your campus social culture. Virginia student services conference. 

Corn, K. & Wright, K. (2012, January). Intentional conversations: Small talk for the expert. Leadership, in Storrs now: RA skills & multiculturalism conference. 

Corn, K. & Wright, K. (2012, January). Defining family: A look at the non traditional family experience. Leadership, in Storrs now: RA skills & multiculturalism conference.

Corn, K. Fuchs, B., Murdock, S., & Robinson, N. (2011, May). Assessing Student Affairs Information Technology (SAIT). UConn Division of Student Affairs Day of Assessment 2011.

Memberships
Treasurer, Virginia Association of School Personnel Administrators, 2015-present
Institutional Service

Service

Living-Learning & Roadmap Assessment Committee (2015)

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – “Day On” Committee (2012-present)

Teaching

WELL 085, Alcohol Education, instructor (2012-present) 

WELL 090, Man up! Understanding masculinities, instructor (2015-present)


Education
M.A., University of Connecticut
Higher Education and Student Affairs
B.A., Washington and Lee University
American History with a Minor in African American Studies
Contact Information
Boatwright Administrative Wing, suite 001
(804) 289-8197
Areas of Expertise
Diversity & Inclusivity within Student Campus Culture
First-Year Experience
College Men & Masculinities