Robert Graham

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Robert Graham

Email: rgraha10@gmu.edu

Phone: +1 703 993 5132

Campus: Korea


Rob Graham, Ph.D., is a term assistant professor of humanities for INTO Mason. Currently, Dr. Graham teaches and coordinates INYO 105-American Cultures, and teaches INYO 100/101-International Year One. He is in his seventh year of service at the university.

Dr. Graham’s research activities support equitable educational policies, systems, and experiences for Black and other minoritized populations, K-16. His research also explores decolonizing, Indigenous, and culturally relevant research methods. He provides service to the community through his non-profit organization, Mid-Atlantic Advocacy Through Education (MATE). MATE provides mentoring, academic advising, and scholarships to DC-area African American male students transitioning from public high schools to local PWI’s, including George Mason University.

Dr. Graham earned a BA in political science from Howard University, an MA in English from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and a Ph.D. in Education from George Mason University.