This month, Dar Mayweather joins the Academic Support Programs team as the 4S Coordinator of the Edge program. His pronouns are he, him, and his.
Dar helps his students confidently engage in tough decision making around academic and social life. He is a first generation college student who earned a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice, a Master of Science in Education and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Educational Leadership while teaching undergraduate students at Eastern Michigan University.
Dar’s professional journey began in corporate, then mental health, and now higher education. He has over 10 years of professional leadership experience in Higher Education, Business, and Diversity & Inclusion training. He received the King Chavez Parks Future Faculty Fellow Award from the State of Michigan, the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Pan African Network Sawubona Award, multiple Residence Life’s Hall Council Advisor of the Year Awards, and many other nominations. Also a father and husband, you’ll often find him watching superhero shows with his son and reality TV with his wife.