Ph.D. in Higher Education, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
B.A. in Government, Cornell University, 2011
Disability in Higher Education
Minority Serving Institutions
Daniel J. Blake is an assistant professor of higher education in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at Georgia State University. He earned his Ph.D. in higher education at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education in 2020 and continued at Penn as a Provost Postdoctoral Fellow until 2023.
Blake’s research focuses on organizational culture, policy and practice in higher education, with particular attention to how race, gender and disability shape career experiences in the academic workforce. His research has been published in outlets including The Journal of Higher Education, Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, Journal of Faculty Development, Education Sciences, New Directions for Higher Education and Innovative Higher Education.
Blake, D. (2023). Racialized exclusion of faculty couples of color at predominantly white institutions. The Journal of Higher Education, 94(3), 287–309.
Blake, D. (2022). Gendered and racialized career sacrifices of women faculty accepting dual-career offers. Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education, 15(2), 113–133.
Culpepper, D., & Blake, D. (2022). “You can’t hide your children anywhere”: Perceptions of organizational support for work-life during the pandemic among academic couples who parent. New Directions for Higher Education. 2022(199), 73–87.
Blake, D. (2018). Motivations and paths to becoming faculty at minority serving institutions. Education Sciences, 8(30), 1–16.