Lynton Colloquium Panelist: Tim Eatman
Tim Eatman is the recipient of the Early Career Research Award recognizing outstanding early career contributions to scholarly endeavors addressing service-learning and community engagement. Dr. Eatman is Assistant Professor of Higher Education at Syracuse University and serves as director of research for "Imagining America: Artist and Scholars in Public Life." An educational sociologist, Tim conducts research on policy and practice to support publicly engaged scholarship and a range of equity issues in higher education related to the access and success of traditionally underrepresented groups. Tim holds degrees from Pace University (B.S.), Howard University (M.Ed.), and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Ph.D.). He serves on several boards, including most recently the Syracuse-based Friends of the Central Library, which presides over the Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series.