Tyson Marsh, PhD

PhD, Urban Schooling, University of California, Los Angeles
MA, Higher Education and Organizational Change, University of California, Los Angeles
BA, American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington
BA, Political Science, University of Washington

Associate Professor, Educational Administration (EDAD)

Phone: (206) 296-5798

Building/Room: Loyola 415

Dr. Tyson E.J. Marsh received his bachelors in Political Science and American Ethnic Studies from the University of Washington, and completed his MA in Higher Education and Organizational Change and Ph.D. in Urban Schooling at the University of California, Los Angeles. His work as an educator/scholar/community advocate is informed by the political, historical, social, cultural and economic contexts of education in relation to democracy, equity, and social justice. Focusing on race and class, his research converges at the intersection of place, space, voice and (in)opportunity for working-class students of color. Before joining the College of Education at Seattle University, Tyson served as an assistant professor of educational leadership at the University of New Mexico and Iowa State University. In addition, he has worked as an international school principal, diversity director, and K-12 educator.