Peggy E. Gesing, PhD

<p>M.Ed. Adult Learning and Development</p>
<p>Cleveland State University</p>
<p>Cleveland, OH</p>
<p>Ph.D. Higher Education</p>
<p>Old Dominion University</p>
<p>Norfolk, VA</p>

Assistant Professor

Medical and Health Professions Education, PhD or EdD


Lester Hall

757.446.0524

gesingme@evms.edu


Peggy Gesing, PhD, She/Her/Hers, joined the Medical and Health Professions Education programs at EVMS in 2019, and was promoted to Program Director in 2020. She is an adult educator with a PhD in Higher Education from Old Dominion University. Dr. Gesing's research agenda examines higher education as a driver of economic opportunity and social justice with a focus on career outcomes and student mobility. The foundation for her research and teaching is built on her experience at multiple top-ranked, research universities where she worked with diverse student populations to provide advising, instruction, and program management. Dr. Gesing earned a Master's of Education in Adult Learning and Development at Cleveland State University and has held leadership positions at the College of William & Mary and Case Western Reserve University.

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor and Program Director, Medical and Health Professions Education (MHPE) Programs

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Adjunct Faculty, Educational Foundations and Leadership

Old Dominion University

Courses Taught

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Candidacy Seminar

Current Issues in Higher Education 

Educational Scholarship Seminar 

Emergent Research Methods 

Mixed Methods Research Design 

Organization and Management in Higher Education 

Old Dominion University

Campus Internationalization

Higher Education Politics and Policy

Internship in Higher Education/Community College Leadership

Learning Environment Design & Assessment

Office Hours

Virtual-By appointment

Undergraduate Degree

B.S. Home Economics and Consumer Sciences

Miami University

Oxford, OH

Graduate Education

M.Ed. Adult Learning and Development

Cleveland State University

Cleveland, OH

Ph.D. Higher Education

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA

Research Interests

Higher Education

  • Social Mobility
  • Career Outcomes
  • Student Mobility
  • International Students

 

Current Projects

EVMS Medical and Health Professions Education

Diversity Across the Curriculum Project: Collaboration with MHPE faculty and Mekbib Gemeda to build and evaluate diversity and inclusion across all MHPE coursework.

Journal Articles under Development

Gesing, P., Pant, M, Burbage, A. & Cadieux, C. (In Preparation). Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of race, gender, and socioeconomic status

Lynch, R.J., Gesing, P. & Cruz, N. (In Preparation). Mental health impact of COVID-19 on international students: An exploratory mixed-methods study

Grants Under Review

American Educational Research Association (AERA). 2020 – 2022. Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of gender, race, and socioeconomic status. Gesing, P. (PI), Pant, M.D., Burbage, A., & Cadieux, C.

 

Presentations and Scholarships

Articles & Books

Glass, C.R. & Gesing, P. (Eds.). (2021). Critical perspectives on equity and social mobility in study abroad: Interrogating issues of unequal access and outcomesRoutledge

Gesing, P., Cruz, N., and Lynch, R.J. (2021). Global policy impacts on career outcomes: An international student mobility case study. 

and

Glass, C.R.  & Gesing, P. (2021). Study Abroad and Social Mobility: Access and Labor Market Inequality in a Post-COVID-19 World. In Glass, C.R. & Gesing, P. (Eds.), Critical perspectives on equity and social mobility in study abroad: Interrogating issues of unequal access and outcomes. Routledge

Gesing, P., & Glass, C.R. (2019). STEM student mobility intentions post-graduation and the role of reverse push-pull factors. International Journal of Educational Development 65, 227-236

Gesing, P. & Glass, C.R. (2018). First generation international students and the future of global student mobility. Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education 10

Glass, C.R., & Gesing, P. (2018). The development of social capital through international students’ involvement in campus organizations. Journal of International Students. 8(3), 1274-1292.

Presentations

Gesing P., Pant, M.D., Burbage, A. & Cadieux, C. (2021) Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status. AERA Annual Meeting. Virtual

Gesing, P., Gao, J., & Wiggins, T. (2019). Impacts of gender and citizenship status on international student STEM career outcomes. AERA Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON.

Gesing, P. (2018). Student global mobility: An analysis of international STEM student brain drain. Round table presentation. AERA Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

 

Complete Research Profile

https://researchers.evms.edu/display/person-margaret-gesing

Faculty Appointments

Assistant Professor and Program Director, Medical and Health Professions Education (MHPE) Programs

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Adjunct Faculty, Educational Foundations and Leadership

Old Dominion University

Courses Taught

Eastern Virginia Medical School

Candidacy Seminar

Current Issues in Higher Education 

Educational Scholarship Seminar 

Emergent Research Methods 

Mixed Methods Research Design 

Organization and Management in Higher Education 

Old Dominion University

Campus Internationalization

Higher Education Politics and Policy

Internship in Higher Education/Community College Leadership

Learning Environment Design & Assessment

Office Hours

Virtual-By appointment

Undergraduate Degree

B.S. Home Economics and Consumer Sciences

Miami University

Oxford, OH

Graduate Education

M.Ed. Adult Learning and Development

Cleveland State University

Cleveland, OH

Ph.D. Higher Education

Old Dominion University

Norfolk, VA

Research Interests

Higher Education

  • Social Mobility
  • Career Outcomes
  • Student Mobility
  • International Students

 

Current Projects

EVMS Medical and Health Professions Education

Diversity Across the Curriculum Project: Collaboration with MHPE faculty and Mekbib Gemeda to build and evaluate diversity and inclusion across all MHPE coursework.

Journal Articles under Development

Gesing, P., Pant, M, Burbage, A. & Cadieux, C. (In Preparation). Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of race, gender, and socioeconomic status

Lynch, R.J., Gesing, P. & Cruz, N. (In Preparation). Mental health impact of COVID-19 on international students: An exploratory mixed-methods study

Grants Under Review

American Educational Research Association (AERA). 2020 – 2022. Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of gender, race, and socioeconomic status. Gesing, P. (PI), Pant, M.D., Burbage, A., & Cadieux, C.

 

Presentations and Scholarships

Articles & Books

Glass, C.R. & Gesing, P. (Eds.). (2021). Critical perspectives on equity and social mobility in study abroad: Interrogating issues of unequal access and outcomesRoutledge

Gesing, P., Cruz, N., and Lynch, R.J. (2021). Global policy impacts on career outcomes: An international student mobility case study. 

and

Glass, C.R.  & Gesing, P. (2021). Study Abroad and Social Mobility: Access and Labor Market Inequality in a Post-COVID-19 World. In Glass, C.R. & Gesing, P. (Eds.), Critical perspectives on equity and social mobility in study abroad: Interrogating issues of unequal access and outcomes. Routledge

Gesing, P., & Glass, C.R. (2019). STEM student mobility intentions post-graduation and the role of reverse push-pull factors. International Journal of Educational Development 65, 227-236

Gesing, P. & Glass, C.R. (2018). First generation international students and the future of global student mobility. Journal of Comparative and International Higher Education 10

Glass, C.R., & Gesing, P. (2018). The development of social capital through international students’ involvement in campus organizations. Journal of International Students. 8(3), 1274-1292.

Presentations

Gesing P., Pant, M.D., Burbage, A. & Cadieux, C. (2021) Health occupations career outcomes: Intersections of Race, Gender, and Socioeconomic Status. AERA Annual Meeting. Virtual

Gesing, P., Gao, J., & Wiggins, T. (2019). Impacts of gender and citizenship status on international student STEM career outcomes. AERA Annual Meeting. Toronto, ON.

Gesing, P. (2018). Student global mobility: An analysis of international STEM student brain drain. Round table presentation. AERA Annual Meeting. New York, NY.

 

Complete Research Profile

https://researchers.evms.edu/display/person-margaret-gesing
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