Josh Manlove

Graduate Research Assistant

Urban Education Studies
Indianapolis, Indiana

Résumé/CV on Box

ES 2117


Ph.D Urban Education Studies (currently in Progress)

M.S.Ed. (Counselor and Counselor Education)
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

B.A. (Psychology)
Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN


Josh is currently a doctoral student in the Urban Education Studies program at IUPUI. He has an M.S.Ed. in Counseling and Counselor Education from IUB, and a BA in Psychology from IUPUI. He previously worked for Boston College as the Assistant Director of the Thea Bowman AHANA (African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American) Center, and for IUPUI as the Student Advocate Coordinator. His research interests include multiracial college student experiences/identity development, Asian American college student experiences/identity development, and coalition-building between communities of color.

Courses Taught

AMST-A 303: Asian American Culture


Ashby, K. A., Collins, D. L., Helms, J. E., & Manlove, J. (In press). Race Talk: Evaluating an Interracial Discussion Group on Race. The Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development: Special Issue on Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education.

Delgado-Romero, E.A., Manlove, A.N., Manlove, J.D., Hernandez, C. (2007). Controversial Issues in the Recruitment and Retention of Hispanic/Latino/a Faculty. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 6(1), 34-51.

News Articles

Rojas, H., Thompson, C., Manlove, J. (2011, May 26). We want to welcome Dreamers to college. The Indianapolis Star. Retrieved from

Manlove, J.D. (2008). What Does It Mean to Be a Hapa/Biracial Asian-American? Asian Access Newsmagazine, 2(3), 18.

Research Interests

  • Multiracial identity development

  • Asian American Pacific Islander identity development

  • Coalition-building between

  • Communities of color

  • Ethnic studies


Current Projects

  • Cultural Competency: Department of Mental Health and Addictions Cultural Competency Training Needs Assessment

  • Christel House: 21st Century Community Learning Center: Christel House Academy Evaluation

  • Next Generation 2.0: Evaluation of Next Generation 2.0 Leadership Development Program

  • “Families as Faculty”: Family-led Discussions to Prepare Special Education Teacher Candidates and Educational Practitioners to Work with Students with Disabilities

Honors & Awards

  • IUPUI Asian Student Union Staff Member of the Year (IUPUI Inaugural Asian Heritage Dinner, 2012)

  • Staff Council Multicultural Impact Award (IUPUI, 2012)

  • “Advocate of the Dream” Award (IUPUI 42nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dinner; 2011)


Smith, L.E., Chau, J., Squires, C., Manlove, J.D., Wheatley, A. (2010, October). Critical Dialogues on the Future of Mixed Race Studies. Roundtable discussion at the Critical Mixed Race Studies Conference, Chicago, IL.

Niskodé, A.N., Kellogg, A.H., Manlove, J.D. (2008, February). “Walking the Talk”: Creating Effective Campus Programs about Multiracial Identities. PowerPoint presented at the American College Professionals Association Conference on Multiracial and Multiple Identities, St. Louis, MO.

Manlove, K.I, Manlove, M.S., Manlove, J.D. (2007, August). Huffing in the Heartland. PowerPoint presented at the Many Voices One Vision conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Thompson, C.E., Annan, J.R., Kwon, S., Manlove, A.N., Manlove, J.D., McSorley, M.P., Thies, A. (2005, August). Evidence of Racial Divisiveness in Ugandan Children’s Books. Poster session presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.