Terry K. Flennaugh is an assistant professor of Race, Culture, and Equity in Education in the Department of Teacher Education and the coordinator of Urban Education Initiatives for the College of Education at Michigan State University. He is also a core faculty member in African American & African Studies at the Center for Gender in Global Context at MSU. Dr. Flennaugh’s research is primarily concerned with urban education and the educational experiences of Black males. Specifically, his interests revolve around identity formation and the sense-making processes Black males undergo as they matriculate through primary and secondary schools in urban contexts across the United States. Dr. Flennaugh is an editorial board member for Urban Education and his extensive experience with college access and educational enrichment programs has allowed him to serve on a number of university and community-based committees tasked with improving and diversifying institutions of higher education.