Richard Anderson-Martinez

Richard started his career at UNE in Housing and Residential/Commuter Life before assuming his current position as Director of Intercultural Student Engagement. In this role, he oversees programming and in-class learning opportunities around cultural diversity, advocates for traditionally underrepresented populations at the institution, and helps to audit policies for compliance, access, and equity. Originally from Wisconsin, Richard has grown to love southern Maine and the surrounding communities. 

Biddeford Office: Campus Center 100A
Portland Office: Proctor Hall 02A

Education

B.A. in Sociology

University of Wisconsin-Parkside

2010

M.S.Ed. in Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

2012

Research

Research Interests

Gender identity in masculine persons; competing interests in social movements

Selected Publications

2014

Anderson, R. & Vianden, J. (2014). Restricted and adaptive masculine gender performance in gay white college men. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. 51(3), 286-297.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1515/jsarp-2014-0029

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Richard Anderson-Martinez

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M.S.Ed.

Director, Intercultural Student Engagement

Both Campuses

randerson@une.edu

(207) 602-2461

On Campus