Gehring Institute, ASCA - Sexual Misconduct Institute
Harvard Kennedy School of Government - Crisis Leadership in Higher Education
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago - Sexual Assault Crisis Intervention Certificate
Learning Disorders & ADHD, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education
Gehring Institute, ASJA – Advanced Judicial Track
Rape Aggression Defense Instructor
Stop the Hate Trainer
Munin, A. & Enos, M. (2016). Food, shelter, and success: Mitigating risk for low-income college students. In V.
Pendakur (Ed.), Closing the opportunity gap: Identity-conscious strategies for retention and student success.
Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Munin, A. & Mathews, D. (2016). Taking the "guys" challenge. The Student Affairs Collective. Retrieved from
Munin, A., Wolfe, S., & Herion Fingado, E. (2015). Beyond compliance: Effective responses to sexual and
relationship violence. The Student Affairs Feature. Retrieved from http://studentaffairsfeature.com/beyond-
Smith, S. S., Smith Carter, J., Karczewski, S., Pivarunas, B., Suffoletto, S., & Munin, A. (2015). Mediating effects
of stress, weight-related issues, and depression on suicidality in college students. Journal of American College
Cortes, C. & Munin, A. (2014). Homeless in higher education: The marginalized and invisible. The Admission
Essay. Retrieved from http://www.iacac.org/2014/homeless-higher-education-marginalized-invisible/.
Munin, A. & Enos, M. (2014). Ally Promises: Holding social justice educators accountable. In M. Bloomingdale
(Ed.), The 2014 Student Affairs Feature (pp. 20-24). Retrieved from http://studentaffairsfeature.com
Pendakur, V. & Munin, A. (2013). Presidents without papers: Who is more American? Understanding and
Dismantling Privilege, 3 (1), 1-6.
Munin, A. (2012). Color by number: Understanding racism through facts and stats on children. Sterling, VA:
Munin, A. & Dugan, J. P. (2011). Inclusive design in leadership program development. In S. R. Komives, J. P.
Dugan, J. E. Owen, W. Wagner, & C. Slack (Eds.), The handbook for student leadership development (pp.
157-176). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Munin, A. & Speight, S. (2010). Factors influencing the ally development of college students. Equity & Excellence
in Education, 43 (2), 249-264.
Munin, A. (2009). Would they still have written if they knew I had to go home and tell my wife? Voices, Fall
2009, 6 & 8-9. Retrieved from http://www.myacpa.org/comm/social/Newsletter_fall09
Munin, A. (2009). The leadership bookshelf [Review of the book Intergroup Dialogue in Higher Education:
Meaningful Learning about Social Justice]. Concepts and Connections, 16 (1), 10-11.
Munin, A. & Schmidt-Rogers, D. (2009). Improving the campus environment for bi/multiracial students. In D.
Cleveland (Ed.), When “Minorities are Strongly Encouraged to Apply”: Diversity and Affirmative Action in
Higher Education (pp. 177-186). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Munin, A. (2008). Ally identity development of college students at a religiously affiliated institution. Doctoral
dissertation, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL.
Munin, A. (2007). Empathy: Love the sinner, hate the sin. About Campus, 3, 30-32.
Munin, A. (2004). Redefining history: An analysis of presidential speeches regarding the G.I. Bill and Affirmative
Action. Master’s thesis, DePaul University, Chicago, IL.
Munin, A. & Howes, S. (September, 2003). CASCHA spotlight. GLACUHO Newsletter, 3, 47-48.
Social Justice in Higher Education (ELPS 432)
Loyola University Chicago - Fall 2013, Fall 2012, Fall 2011, Spring 2011, Fall 2010, Spring 2010, Fall 2009
Multicultural Counseling (CLS 510)
DePaul University - Spring 2010, Winter 2009
Breaking the Glass: Privilege in Chicago (LSP 111)
DePaul University - Winter 2014, Winter 2013, Winter 2011, Fall 2010, Fall 2009, Spring 2009, Fall 2008
Career and Life Planning (CPSY 224)
Loyola University Chicago - Spring 2002
Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students; October 2016 - present
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Development/
Dean of Students
A creative and insightful speaker, Art has the unique ability to connect with any audience through his genuine style, thought provoking ideas, and humor.
Born on the south side of Chicago, Art grew up in a middle-class neighborhood consisting of police officers, firefighters and other laborers. Although he was raised in one of the most diverse cities in the country, his surroundings were largely segregated by race. This experience of being raised in an area still grappling everyday with racism and discrimination is an experience drawn upon often in his workshops.