Stacey D. Garrett graduated from the College of WIlliam and Mary in 2007. She later graduated with a Masters from the James Madison University in 2009, and earned her Ph.D from Clemson University in 2017.
Dr. Stacey D. Garrett is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. Originally from Virginia, she received her Ph.D. in Educational Leadership- Higher Education from Clemson University and joined the faculty at Appalachian State in 2017. She also serves as the Program Director for the M.A. in Higher Education overseeing curriculum, enrollment, and advising processes while teaching graduate courses in the master’s and doctoral degree programs.
The theme of her research agenda is the diversification of higher education through an exploration of the experiences of Faculty, Students, and Staff of Color at predominantly White institutions. Her work includes submissions in the conference proceedings for the American Society for Engineering Education, the Journal for Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs along with book chapters in released and forthcoming works. She has also presented at the annual meetings of various national/international higher education and student affairs conferences.
Additionally, she holds a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in College Student Personnel Administration from James Madison University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from the College of William and Mary.