Senior Academic Advisor and Adjunct Assistant Professor
Keri Eason is a PhD student in Sociology at the University of Cincinnati. Her research interests include Asian American Identity, Higher Education, and Pop-Culture.
Keri received her B.A. from Northern Kentucky University in 2010. She earned her M.A. in English from Northern Kentucky University in 2013. Keri began her career at Gateway Community & Technical College as an Academic Advisor for the Nursing Program. She worked as an Academic Advisor for the University of Cincinnati's Center for Exploratory Studies between 2015-2017. Keri has taught College Success Skills and Discovering UC. She began the Sociology PhD program at University of Cincinnati in the Fall of 2018.
Bachelor of Arts, Northern Kentucky University 2010 (Communication Studies)
Master of Arts, Northern Kentucky University 2013 (English with a concentration in Creative Writing)
01-01-2016 - Instructor, MLTI-1075 DISCOVERING UC, University of Cincinnati,
Asian American Identity, Higher Education, and Pop-Culture