Amanda Mollet

School of Education and Human Sciences - Educational Leadership & Policy Studies
Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Educational Policy and Leadership Studies, The University of Iowa
Primary office:
Joseph R. Pearson Hall
University of Kansas
1122 West Campus Road
Lawrence, Kansas 66045
Second office:



Ph.D., Educational Policy and Leadership Studies, The University of Iowa
M.S., Educational Leadership Studies, Oklahoma State University
B.S., Political Science and Speech Communication, University of Nebraska at Kearney

Selected Publications

Mollet, A. L. (2020). “I have a lot of feelings, just none in the genitalia region”: A grounded theory of asexual college students’ identity journeys [Journal Articles]. Journal of College Student Development, 61(2), 189–206.
Mollet, A. L., & Lackman, B. (2019). “I thought I was the only one”: Asexual Student Invisibility and Erasure in Higher Education [Book Chapters]. In E. M. Zamani-Gallaher, D. D. Choudhuri, & J. L. Taylor (Eds.), Rethinking LGBTQIA Students and Collegiate Contexts: Identity, Policies, and Campus Climate (pp. 78–98). Routledge.
Mollet, A. L., & Lackman, B. R. (2018). Asexual Borderlands: Asexual Collegians’ Reflections on Inclusion Under the LGBTQ Umbrella [Journal Articles]. Journal of College Student Development, 59(5), 623–628.
Mollet, A. L., Stier, M. J., Linley, J. L., & Locke, L. A. (accepted/in press). “I didn’t become a professor to teach high school”: Examining college educators’ perspectives of culture in early college high schools [Journal Articles]. Equity and Excellence in Education.
Mollet, A. L., Weaver, K. E., Holmes, J. M., Linley, J. L., Hurley, E. A., & Renn, K. A. (revising to resubmit/in review). Queer in residence: Exploring the on-campus housing ecological systems of queer college students [Journal Articles]. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice.

Selected Awards & Honors

ACPA Coalition for LGBT Awareness Research Recognition Award
Pride Foundation Equal Access and Opportunity Award
ACPA SCGSNP Outstanding New Professional Award
ASCA Goldstone Foundation Scholarship Winner
Oklahoma State University Graduate College Phoenix Award
NACURH, Inc. Gold Pin

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