Bruce, Duane S. (db2835)Skip to content Skip to main navigation
Dr. Bruce’s research interests include the experience of people of color in higher education. His dissertation explored the relationship between race/ethnicity and job satisfaction and the impact these variable have on the retention of pre-tenure faculty. Currently he is working with two TC graduate students in the Higher and Post Secondary Education program on a project exploring the effect job satisfaction and perceptions of campus climate have on the departure intentions of Student Affairs professionals.
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Missouri Western State University
Master of Science in Education with emphasis in Higher Education Administration, University of Kansas
Doctor of Education, with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration, University of Kansas
Dr. Bruce is currently working as the Director of Co-Curricular Initiatives at LaGuardia Community College. He has served as the Dean of Students at New York City College of Technology, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, Associate Dean of Student Development at Missouri Western State University, and Assistant Dean for New Student Programs at Marquette University. Over his 15-year career as a higher education administrator, he has served on the board of directors for the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) and worked across a number of student affairs areas including residence life, student conduct programs, student activities/student life, multicultural affairs, and new student orientation.