Program Planner/Doctoral Student, Ed.D. Program Development
University of South Florida
Dustin Krein, M.Ed., is a Program Planner in the Office of Community Engagement and Partnerships (OCEP) at the University of South Florida. His work in OCEP contributes to stronger ties with Tampa Bay community organizations and has been recognized as such. In April 2019, Dustin received the Community Hall of Fame Award from The Skills Center, a nonprofit in Tampa’s Uptown committed to youth development. Mr. Krein serves in a key role facilitating partnerships with organizations, serves as liaison with the College of Education, oversees the office’s Community-Based Federal Work-Study program and serves on multiple community boards as a representative of the University. Additionally, he is a doctoral student at USF, pursuing an Ed.D. in Program Development with an emphasis in Educational Innovation to strengthen and advance his knowledge and expertise for student success in higher education. Dustin is currently investigating the relationship between male student success and community-based practices for his dissertation.