DuShaun Goings

K12 and Undergraduate Program Administrator, Minority Engineering Program

goingsd@purdue.edu

DuShaun Goings began working with the Minority Engineering Program in June 2017.  In the role of K12 and Undergraduate Program Administrator, he is responsible for the development and execution of outreach to pre-college students and recruitment and retention of undergraduate engineering students.

Prior to holding this position, Mr. Goings was a school counselor for Lafayette School Corporation where he helped many students navigate pathways through high school and into college. 

He graduated from Purdue University with a B.A. in Sociology and a Minor in Black History Studies and he continued his education with a Masters of Psychology at Illinois Institute of Technology and Masters of School Counseling at DePaul University in Chicago.

In 2012, he returned to Lafayette and created a non-profit after-school program called Tippecanoe Youth Center. The program was designed to provide under-served pre-college students with a variety of enrichment and growth opportunities.  He was nominated ‘Ambassador of the Year’ by Tippi-Connect Young Professionals of Lafayette Indiana 2012-13.

DuShaun was born and raised in Lafayette, Indiana. He brings a wealth of experience in pre-college student development and community engagement to this role.

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