Meet the Staff

Tyler Stringer

Tyler Stringer

Pronouns: He, His, Him

Area: Maple-Willow-Larch Hall Desk Supervisor
Office: MWL Hall Desk, MWL Commons

My Hometown: Kingsley, Michigan

Why did I choose ISU: I attended the 2015 NASPA Conference in New Orleans and came across some representatives from ISU, I was immediately impressed with how helpful and knowledgeable they were. Once I learned about how much ISU values the role of social justice and development in higher education, I knew this was the school for me.

Education
  • Bachelor of Arts - Psychology, Grand Valley State University
Work Experience
  • First-Year Queer Alliance Facilitator at the Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center, Grand Valley State University.
  • Student Social Justice Educator, Intersections Ambassadors, Grand Valley State University.
Professional Development
  • NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program (NUFP) Scholar.
Honors & Awards
  • Cum Laude Graduate from Grand Valley State University.
Presentations & Publications
  • Inclusive Language, Community Service & Learning Center at Grand Valley State University 2015.
  • The White Savior Complex, Community Service & Learning Center at Grand Valley State University 2015.
  • Beyond Diversity and Inclusion, Decolonizing Your Mind, Grand Valley State University 2015.
  • No Respect Here: A Critique of Respectability in Activism, Grand Valley State University Teach-In 2015.
  • Being Affirmed in the LGBT Community, The Rapidian 2015.
  • Resisting Horizontal Hostility, Grand Valley State University Teach-in 2014.