Keri Eason

Keri Eason

Student Worker

Senior Academic Advisor and Adjunct Assistant Professor

Professional Summary

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.

Education

Bachelor of Arts: Northern Kentucky University 2010 (Communication Studies)

Master of Arts: Northern Kentucky University 2013 (English with a concentration in Creative Writing)

Research and Practice Interests

Asian American Identity, Higher Education, and Pop-Culture

Positions and Work Experience

01-01-2016 - Instructor, MLTI-1075 DISCOVERING UC, University of Cincinnati,

Contact Information

easonki@mail.uc.edu