University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Ezekiel Kimball

Assistant Professor
N168 Furcolo
(413) 545-2510

B.A. - University of Southern Maine (2005)
M.S. - University of Southern Maine (2008)
Ph.D. - The Pennsylvania State University (2012)

Professional Interests
Ezekiel Kimball is an assistant professor in higher education. His prior professional experience includes work as a director of institutional research, an interim director of student affairs, a residence hall coordinator, and a nonprofit program manager. He earned a Ph.D. in higher education with a graduate minor in social theory from The Pennsylvania State University, an M.S. in adult education from the University of Southern Maine, and B.A. in history also from the University of Southern Maine. His research interests include college access, student learning & development, the connection between social and educational theory, and the history of higher education. His published works include journal articles and book chapters on social theory, college admissions, and student affairs practice. 


EDUC 601 College Student Development, EDUC 601 Syllabus (PDF)

EDUC 619 Qualitative Research, EDUC 619 Syllabus (PDF)

EDUC 642 Principles & Practices of Student Affairs, EDUC 642 Syllabus (PDF)

EDUC 723 Organizing Higher Education, EDUC 723 Syllabus (PDF)

EDUC 739 Introduction to Inquiry, EDUC 739 Syllabus (PDF)

EDUC 844 History of Higher Education, EDUC 844 Syllabus (PDF)