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Publications & Presentations


Jessup-Anger, J. & Edwards, K. E. (Eds.). (2015). Beyond compliance: Addressing sexual violence in higher education. Washington DC: ACPA-College Student Educators International

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Edwards, K. E. (2015). Review of the book Understanding White privilege: Creating pathways to authentic relationships across race.  Journal of College Student Development, 56, 205-207.
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Foste, Zak, Edwards, K. E., & Davis, T. (2012). Trial and error: Negotiating manhood and struggling to discover true self. The Journal of College and University Student Housing. 39 (1), 124-138.

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Edwards, K. E. (2012). Moving beyond green: Sustainable development toward healthy environments, social justice, and strong economies. In B. Jacobs, & J. Kinzie (Eds.), Enhancing sustainability in student affairs . (pp. 19-28) San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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This chapter frames sustainability initiatives in higher education and student affairs as a push beyond “green” ideas to the identification of solutions that lead to a more environmentally sound and economically viable future that is both just and equitable.


Harris III, F., & Edwards, K. E. (2010). College men’s experiences as men: Findings from two grounded theory studies. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 47(1), 43-62.

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“Many problematic behavioral trends and issues involving men on college campuses have been well documented in the recently published discourse on college men and masculinities. Yet, empirical explanations as to why these trends and issues persist and what college educators can do to effectively address them are largely absent from this discourse. In response to these knowledge gaps, the shared findings that emerged from two grounded theory studies of college men’s gender identity development are presented in this article. B  ased on these findings, recommendations for supporting the gender identity development and success of college men in ways that benefit campus communities are offered.”


Edwards, K. E. (2009). Effectiveness of a sexual assault prevention program on reducing participants’ rape myth acceptance and increasing their understanding of rape definitions. College Student Affairs Journal, 28. 
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“The author examined the impact of a sexual assault prevention program on resident assistants. The interactive multi-media program focused on engaging men on sexual assault prevention, accurately defining rape for college men and women, identifying aspects of the rape culture in society and on-campus, and empowering college students to confront the rape culture in an effort to end rape. Results of the study indicate that the program positively influenced participants’ acceptance of rape myths and understanding of rape definitions in both the immediate posttest and 14-week follow-up.”


Holmes, R., Edwards, K. E., & DeBowes, M. (2009). Why objectivity is not enough: The critical role of social justice in campus conduct and conflict work. In J. Schrage, & N. G. Giacomini (Eds.), Reframing campus conflict: Student conduct practice through a social justice lens. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishers.

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Edwards, K. E. & Jones, S. R. (2009). “Putting my man face on”: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Journal of College Student Development, 50, 210-228.

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“The theory that emerged from this constructivist grounded theory study of 10 college men’s experiences depicts their gender identity as developed through constant interaction with society’s expectations of them as men.  In order to try to meet these perceived expectations, participants described putting on a performance that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” They described a process of learning societal expectations, putting on a mask to conform to these expectations, wearing the mask, and struggling to begin taking off the mask.”



Landreman, L., Edwards, K. E., Balón, D. G., & Anderson, G. (2008). Wait!: It takes time to develop rich and relevant social justice curriculum. About Campus, 13(4), 2-10.

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Educators of every stripe are too often guilty of adopting the latest cool idea heard at a conference in the belief that they have found what works best for student learning. Implementing the latest idea, without thoughtful consideration, can do more harm than good.


Edwards, K. E. & Headrick, T. (2008). She fears you: Teaching college men to end rape. Journal About Women in Higher Education 1, 163-180.
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“The authors offer sexual violence prevention educators working with college students a pedagogical approach to engage men as allies for social change. Once men understand that they too are harmed by men’s violence against women, they can be motivated to not only examine their own socialization and behaviors but also join with women to speak out against the rape culture, which encourages, condones, and teaches men’s violence against women. The authors use prominent examples from popular culture and everyday campus life to illustrate how the rape culture can be identified, deconstructed, and confronted by men and women in an effort to end rape.”


Edwards, K. E. (2007) “Putting my man face on”: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
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“The purpose of this grounded theory study was to explore the process of college men’s gender identity development. Conducted from a social constructivist epistemological paradigm, through a social justice theoretical lens, and using a constructivist grounded theory methodology, the following research questions guided this study: (a) how do college men come to understand themselves as men; (b) how does this understanding of what it means to be a man change over time, if at all; and (c) what are the critical influences on this process? Three interviews with 10 college men from a large East Coast university were conducted.

The theory that emerged from this study is grounded in the participants’ experiences and depicts gender identity as developed through constant interaction with society’s expectations of them as men. In order to try to meet these expectations and be seen as men, participants described putting on a performance that was like wearing a mask or “putting my man face on.” This process included learning societal expectations of them as men, as well as specific cultural group expectations. The men in this study were all aware that they did not neatly fit behind the mask, either as a result of personal characteristics or social identities. Their resulting insecurities led them to wearing the mask both consciously and unconsciously so that they would be seen as men by society. Wearing the mask had consequences for the women in their lives, their relationships with other men, and themselves as they were also denying or masking their true selves. Although none of the men in this study had been able to completely take off the mask, they were able to identify critical influences in their lives that had helped each of them begin to remove the mask in certain circumstances and begin moving towards being their own man. This theory of college men’s gender identity development has implications relevant to theory development, research, student affairs practice, and social justice.”


Edwards, K. E. (2006). Aspiring social justice ally identity development. NASPA Journal 43 (4), 39-60.
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“Individuals who are supportive of social justice efforts are not always effective in their anti-oppression efforts. Some who genuinely aspire to act as social justice allies are harmful, ultimately, despite their best intentions, perpetuating the system of oppression they seek to change. Different underlying motivations of those who aspire to be allies can lead to differences in effectiveness, consistency, outcome, and sustainability. The conceptual model presented here, using underlying motivation to frame the different issues and challenges facing those who are aspiring allies, is offered as a tool for student affairs professionals’ self-reflection and developing students as allies for social justice.”


Edwards, K. E. (2006). Approaches, lenses, and models. In S. R. Komives, J. P. Dugan, J. E. Owen, C. Slack & W. Wagner (Eds.), Handbook for student leadership programs (pp. 3-14). College Park, MD: National Clearinghouse for Leadership Programs.

“This chapter will provide a general overview of differing approaches to leadership in the hopes of illuminating a small part of the complexity of leadership. Rather than provide a single definition that should be used for leadership programs, this chapter will present several approaches to leadership encouraging those developing leadership programs to seek an awareness of the breadth and depth of what is available and can make the most informed decisions about the approaches which best fit their particular context. This chapter will also examine different perspectives on leadership from a variety of cultural, disciplinary, and linguistic lenses. After exploring the artistry of leadership, the author will overview four common models frequently used in college leadership programs. Finally, this chapter will discuss factors to consider in selecting a particular approach so that individual leadership programs can best meet unique campus needs.”


Komives, S. R., & Edwards, K. E. (2006). Ineffective and unethical leaders and their compliant followers. Concepts & Connections, 24(2), 14-15.


Steffes, J. & Edwards, K. E. (2004). Living learning program coursework: Connecting classroom and experiential learning ACUHO-I Talking Stick, 21, 29-31.
• Recognized as the Robert B. Cooke, Talking Stick Article of the Year

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Kerr, K. G. & Edwards, K. E. (2003). Impetus for opportunity: Reflections on an organizational change process. ACUHO-I Talking Stick, 20, 18 – 20.

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Edwards, K. E. & McKelfresh, D. A. (2002). The impact of a residential college on students’ academic success and persistence. Journal of College Student Development, 43, 395 – 401.
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Edwards, K. E. & Gasser, H. S. (2001). He said, she said: Legal issues surrounding sexual assault on campus. Journal of Student Affairs, 10, 42 – 54.
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“Managing claims of sexual assault can be one the most challenging issues, both intellectually and emotionally, for members of the student affairs staff. Recent legislation and legal precedent has noticeably altered the responsibilities and limitations facing employees of colleges and universities. How are issues such as due process, privacy, and liability implemented with genuine care and concern for alleged victims and ethical and fair treatment of alleged perpetrators? The authors conclude with recommendations for reporting, victim assistance, and adjudication.”


Edwards, K. E. (2000). Review of the book Students helping students: A guide for peer educators on college campuses. Journal of College Student Development, 42, 79 – 80.
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Edwards, K. E. & Sweeton, N. (2000). Learning communities: Past, present, and future. Journal of Student Affairs, 9, 42 – 51.
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Edwards, K. E. (1999). Overview and evaluation of the Five Star Chapter Evaluation Program. Student Affairs, 8, 113 – 117.
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Presentations

 

  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2014, October). What is a residential curriculum? Invited Opening Plenary Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Blacksburg, VA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Martinez, P. (2014, October). Educational plans and lesson plans. Invited Session at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Blacksburg, VA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Nied, D. (2014, October). Residential Curriculum Institute wrap-up. Invited Closing at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Blacksburg, VA
  • Edwards, K. E., Gardner, K., Knerr, A. (2013, March) Curricular approaches to residential education. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN
  • Edwards, K. E., Anderson, G., & Gasser, H. S. (2013, March) Positive psychology and student affairs leadership. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN
  • Edwards, K. E., Anderson, G., Klobassa, V., & Davis, T. L. (2013, March) Zen and student affairs leadership. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2013, October). What is a residential curriculum? Invited Opening Plenary Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2013, October). Writing Quality Lesson Plans. Invited Session at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC
  • Edwards, K. E. & Nied, D. (2013, October). Breaking down learning outcomes into narratives and learning goals. Invited Session at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC
  • Edwards, K. E. & Du, C. (2013, October). Macalester Showcase. Invited Showcase at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Columbia, SC
  • Edwards, K. E., Anderson, G., & Gasser, H. S. (2013, March) Positive psychology and student affairs leadership. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV
  • Edwards, K. E. & Davis, T. L. (2013, March) Theoretical foundations of men and masculinities. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV
  • Edwards, K. E. (2013, March) College men’s gender identity development: Theory to practice. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2013, March) Advanced curricular approaches to residential education institute. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, NV
  • Edwards, K. E. (2012, April) College men’s identity development: Practical applications. Invited professional development for student affairs staff at Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO
  • Edwards, K. E. & Wagner, R. (2012, March) Social justice pitfalls, mis-steps, and transformative strategies. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Louisville, KY
  • Edwards, K. E. (2012, March) “Putting my man face on”: College men’s gender identity development. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Louisville, KY
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2011, October). What is a residential curriculum. Invited Opening Plenary Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, State College, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Curington, V. (2011, October). Macalester College Showcase. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, State College, PA
  • Yousey-Elsner, K. & Edwards, K. E. (2011, October). Breaking down learning outcomes into narratives and learning goals. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, State College, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. (2011, October). Writing quality lesson plans. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, State College, PA
  • Edwards, K.E. (2011, June). Sustainability’s triple bottom line: Healthy environments, social justice, and strong economies. Opening Plenary for ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Boulder, CO
  • Edwards, K. E. (2011, June). Macalester College: Integrating sustainability into learning communities. Program presented at ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Boulder, CO
  • Edwards, K. E. (2011, March). College men’s gender identity development. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • Edwards, K. E. (2011, March). She fears you: Men ending rape. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2011, March). Advanced Institute Part 1: Rationale for Curricular Approaches to Residential Education. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2011, March). Advanced Institute Part 2: Examples of Curricular Approaches to Residential Education. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • Edwards, K. E. (2011, March). Moving beyond good intentions: Aspiring ally identity program. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD
  • Edwards, K. E. & Gardner, K. (2010, October). What is a residential curriculum. Invited Opening Plenary Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, October). Macalester College Showcase. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, October). Expanding Collaborations and Responding to Criticism: A Roundtable Discussion. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. & Klitzke, M. (2010, October). Moving Beyond Learning Outcomes: Learning Goals, Narratives, and Rubrics. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. & Treter, R. (2010, October). Revisions and Communication: Engaging with an Ever Changing Context. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, St Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, June). Macalester College: Integrating sustainability into learning communities. Program presented at ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Seattle, WA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Hart-Steffes, J. (2010, June). Sustainability’s triple bottom line: Healthy environments, social justice, and strong economies. Opening Plenary for ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Seattle, WA
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, March). College men’s gender identity development. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, March). She fears you: Men ending rape. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA
  • Coffey, B., DeBowes, M. Edwards, K. E., Geist Giacomini, N., Holmes, R. & Thompson, M. (2010, March). Why objectivity is not enough. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Harris III, F. (2010, March). Strategies and recommendations for working with men. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. (2010, March). Curricular approaches to residential education. Program presented at ACPA Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA
  • Faucher, M., Arcelus, V., Mottola, T., Leary, M., Edwards, K. E., Gardner, K., & Berkowitz-Smith, R. (2009, October). Practitioner panel: Lessons learning and next steps. Invited Panelist at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Durham, NH.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, October). Student learning doesn’t end at the residence hall door: Expanding campus partnerships. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Durham, NH.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, October). Fostering cumulative and developmentally appropriate learning: Class year plans. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Durham, NH.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, October). Grounding learning outcomes in institutional context and evolving them over time. Invited Program Presented at ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute, Durham, NH.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Kaufman, J. (2009, August). Curricular approaches to residential education. Program presented at Associate Twin Cities College Housing Administrators Professional Development Day, St. Paul, MN
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, June). Macalester College: Integrating sustainability into learning communities. Program presented at ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Cambridge, MA
  • Edwards, K. E., Gardner, K., & Yarborough, B. (2009, June). Sustainability’s triple bottom line: Healthy environments, social justice, and strong economies. Opening Plenary for ACPA Institute on Sustainability, Cambridge, MA
  • Edwards, K. E. & Harris III, F. (2009, May). Empirically based strategies and recommendations to foster college men’s development. Program presented at Conference on College Men, Pennsylvania, PA
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, January).  Who owns the curriculum: Ideology and partnerships in liberal education. Panel discussion at the AAC&U Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2009, January).  Learning beyond the classroom: Residential education for global citizenship. Program presented at the AAC&U Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA.
  • Edwards, K. E. and Landreman, L. (2008, November).  Social justice educator competencies. Invited Keynote at the ACPA Tools for Social Justice Conference, Kansas City, MO.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, August).  “Developing the triple bottom line: Social justice aspects of sustainability. Program presented at the Associated Twin Cities College Housing Administrators Meeting, St. Paul, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, August).  “Putting my man face on”: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Program presented at the Associated Twin Cities College Housing Administrators Meeting, St. Paul, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, June).  Developing the triple bottom line: Social justice aspects of sustainability. Program presented at the ACPA Sustainability Institute. Boston, MA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, June).  Aspiring ally identity development. Invited Keynote at the ACPA Institute for Developing Social Justice Allies. Des Moines, IA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, March).  Expanding our expertise: Strategies for working with college men. Program Presented at the ACPA Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.
  • Edwards, K. E. and Harris, F. (2008, March).  Engaging men as a strategy for social justice. Program Presented at the ACPA Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.
  • Edwards, K. E., Kerr, K. G., and Steffes, J. (2008, March).  Sustainable development in student affairs and higher education. Program Presented at the ACPA Annual Convention, Atlanta, GA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, February).  Developing men’s aspiring identity development: Selfish, altruistic, or social justice. Program Presented at the Conference on College men, Collegeville, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2008, February).  “Putting my man face on”: A grounded theory of college men’s gender identity development. Program Presented at the Conference on College men, Collegeville, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, November).  Aspiring ally identity development. Program Presented at the ACPA Tools for Social Justice Conference, Kansas City, MO.
  • Edwards, K. E. and Kerr, K. G. (2007, November).  Beyond good intention: Social justice educator competencies. Invited Keynote at the ACPA Tools for Social Justice Conference, Kansas City, MO.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, November).  Toward sustainable development: Healthy environments, social justice, and strong economies. Program presented at the ACPA Tools for Social Justice Conference, Kansas City, MO.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, August).  Aspiring ally identity development: Self-interest, altruistic, or social justice. Invited Keynote at the Associated Twin Cities College Housing Administrators Meeting, St. Paul, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, May).  “Putting my man face on”: College men’s gender identity development. Program Presented at the ACPA/NASPA Joint Institute on College Men, Atlanta, GA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, March).  College men’s gender identity development. Program Presented at the NASPA/ACPA Joint Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2007, March).  Aspiring ally identity development: Self-interest, altruistic, or social justice. Program Presented at the NASPA/ACPA Joint Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2006, June). Beyond good intentions: Aspiring ally identity development. Presentation at American Association of University Women (AAUW) National Conference for Women Student Leaders, Washington, DC.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2006, June). Where do you draw the line? Addressing sexual harassment on campus. Invited panelist at AAUW’s National Conference for Women Student Leaders, Washington, DC.
  • Edwards, K. E. and Anderson, G. 2006, June). Implementing Social Justice Retreats. Program presented at National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), Chicago, IL.
  • Edwards, K. E., Anderson, G.,Alimo, C., Balon, D.  (2006, March).  Social justice educator competencies: Advancing social justice in student affairs.  Program presented at National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education (NCORE), Chicago, IL.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2006, March).  Aspiring ally identity development: Self-interest, altruistic, or social justice. Program Presented at the ACPA- College Student Educators International National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2006, March).  She fears you: Men ending rape. Program Presented at the ACPA- College Student Educators International National Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Brown Leonard, J. Alimo, C. Edwards, K. E.  (2006, March).  Moving beyond good intentions: Hurdles and successes of aspiring anti-racist Whites. Program Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators National Conference, Washington, DC.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2005, October).  She Fears You: Men Ending Rape.  Presentation at Sexual Assault in Our Schools National Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Anderson, G. M. (2005, June). Implementing Social Justice Retreats
  • Edwards, K. E. (2005, April).  Exploring Men’s Role in Ending Rape.  Pre-Conference Workshop at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Alimo, C.  (2005, April).  Social Justice Educator Competencies: Advancing Social Justice in Student Affairs.  Pre-Conference Workshop at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2005, April).  Homophobia as the Outer Bounds of Masculinity. Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Edwards, K. E., Alimo, C., Monhan, M., Tongsri, J., Harris, J., & Naglieri, P.  (2005, April).  Conversations on Whiteness: Learning by Exploring Privilege, Identity, and Racism. Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2004, April).  Men against rape societies: Exploring men’s role in ending rape.  Pre-Conference Workshop at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Edwards, K. E. (2004, April).  She fears you: Men ending rape.  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Kerr, K. G.  (2004, April).  Impetus for opportunity: Exploring an organizational change process.  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Edwards, K. E., Kerr, K. G., Dugan, M. A., Kane, M., & Jackson, J.  (2004, April).  Inviting inclusion: A diversity plan that works?  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Steffes, J., Bludau, H., & Edwards K. E. (2004, April).  Exploring the possibilities: Living-learning programs for upper-class students.  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association National Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (2004, February)  Men against rape societies: Exploring men’s role in rape prevention.  Presentation at the Maryland Student Affairs Conference, College Park, MD.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Kerr, K. G.  (2003, October).  Impetus for opportunity: Exploring an organizational change process.  Presentation at the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers Conference, Towson, MD.
  • Edwards, K. E. & Yamada, V.  (2003, March).  Experiential techniques for diversity education: Two approaches with one purpose.  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association, Minneapolis, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (2002, October).  Rape affects us all.  Speech at Take Back the Night March, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (2002, July).  Creative living learning communities: Connecting the residence hall and academic experiences.  Presentation for the General Education Institute at the University of Delaware, Newark, DE. 
  • Edwards, K. E. & Denke, M. S.  (2001, March).  Courageous solutions: The impacts of learning communities on student success.  Presentation at the American College Personnel Association, Boston, MA.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (2001, October).  Privilege step-outs.  Professional development session for the Center for Counseling and Student Development, University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (1999, October). RA ethics: Lessons from Tommy Boy.  Presentation at the Rocky Mountain Leadership Conference, Estes Park, CO.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (1999, December).  Leadership, goals, and teamwork.  Professional development sessions for Student Experience Inc., St. Paul, MN.
  • Edwards, K. E.  (1998, July).  From diversity to unity.  Presentation for Upward Bound, Rochester Community College, Rochester, MN