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Kaity Prieto Godoy

Dr. Kaity Prieto Godoy

Assistant Professor


Dr. Kaity Prieto’s research centers the experiences of LGBTQIA+ students, with a focus on plurisexual student communities. Her dissertation, “Bisexual College Students’ Identity Negotiation Narratives, challenged deficit perspectives and binary understandings of sexuality and gender. Her recent work explores plurisexual graduate student and plurisexual Christian student experiences.

Dr. Prieto earned her B.A. in a self-designed honors major and M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs, both from New York University. She received her Ph.D. in Educational Studies with a concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs from The Ohio State University.

  • Educational Studies: Higher Education and Student Affairs (PHD) - Ohio State University (2020)

HE 705: Social Justice in Higher Education
HE 792: Special Problems - LGBTQ+ Students in Higher Ed
HE 793: Capstone I
HE 794: Capstone II

  • Exposing the intersections in LGBQ+ student of color belongingness: Disrupting hegemonic narratives sustained in college impact work, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2022,
  • Too much and not enough: Bisexual and biracial students in higher education, Identity interconnections: Pursuing poststructural possibilities in student affairs praxis, 2022
  • Engaging LGBTQ+ students on college campuses in urban and urban-emerging settings, Tales of two cities in one system: Bridging marginality in higher education, 2022
  • “Low key from the university”: Making sense of researcher positionality and professional identity as bi+ women in academia, Narrating the insider/outsider paradox as LGBTQ+ educators in higher education and student affairs, 2022
  • Bisexuality and bisexuality studies, Encyclopedia of queer studies in education, 2021
  • Monosexism, Encyclopedia of queer studies in education, 2021
  • Navigating college with MAAPS: Students’ perceptions of a proactive advising approach, NACADA Journal, 2021
  • Adopting affordable course materials: Instructors’ motivations, approaches, and outcomes, portal: Libraries and the Academy, 2022, 10.1353/pla.2022.0019
  • American College Personnel Association–College Student Educators International
  • The Association for the Study of Higher Education

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Areas of Expertise

LGBTQIA+ Students in Higher Education, Bisexuality, Qualitative Research Methodologies