Terrance Range is a fourth year Ph.D. student in the Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education (HALE) program at Michigan State University. His research interest includes the study of higher education organizations, strategic leadership, international and comparative education, student leadership development, and diversity and inclusion in post-secondary education settings. During his professional tenure at MSU, Terrance has worked with the athletics department, the college of education, and residential and hospitality services on university-wide strategic initiatives, student-athlete career development programs , post-secondary learning and evaluation assessments , and consulted on international leadership projects in South Africa and China. Additionally, he served as a program director and senior conduct officer at the University of California, Berkeley, partnering largely with the university’s academic and athletic departments. Terrance earned his bachelor’s degree from Wilberforce University, and his master’s from the Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership (EPOL) program from the University of Illinois.