Glyn's work at the University of Richmond is part academic inquiry, part university administration, and part student development, integrated by a justice-centered approach to institutional and social change. Glyn's ongoing research and programmatic interests include racial justice, sexuality and gender, and organizational change.
Hughes, G. "Racial Justice, Hegemony, and Bias Incidents in US Higher Education," Multicultural Perspectives, 15(3), 126-132.
Hughes, G. "Managing Black Guys: Representation, Corporate Culture, and the NBA," Sociology of Sport Journal., 21, 163-184.
Hughes, G. Revisiting the" Men Problem" in Introductory Women's Studies Classes. Teaching Introduction to Women's Studies: Student Expectations and Classroom Strategies, Winkler, B.S. & DiPalma, C. (Eds.). Greenwood Publishing Group.
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara 2004
M.A., University of California, Santa Barbara 1996
B.A., Flagler College 1989
Sexuality and Gender