Clint-Michael Reneau

Clint-Michael Reneau is the director for the Office of Disability Services and Title IX investigator at Texas State University. Reneau provides leadership for the development of programs and services for a department that enhances both the curricular and co-curricular student experience. He has worked internationally in secondary and higher education for 13 years. Reneau earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Texas State University, a Certification in Middle and Senior Leadership and Administration from the Institute of Education and Brunel University in London, England, and a Master of Education in Guidance and Counseling with an emphasis in Student Affairs from Texas State University. He is currently working on his Doctorate in Adult, Professional and Community Education at Texas State. His research focuses on masculinity and manhood while providing a non-heteronormative way of thinking about and enacting a wide range of possible masculinities.

Clint-Michael Reneau

is the director for the Office of Disability Services and Title IX investigator at Texas State University. Reneau provides leadership for the development of programs and services for a department that enhances both the curricular and co-curricular student experience. He has worked internationally in secondary and higher education for 13 years. Reneau earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Texas State University, a Certification in Middle and Senior Leadership and Administration from the Institute of Education and Brunel University in London, England, and a Master of Education in Guidance and Counseling with an emphasis in Student Affairs from Texas State University. He is currently working on his Doctorate in Adult, Professional and Community Education at Texas State. His research focuses on masculinity and manhood while providing a non-heteronormative way of thinking about and enacting a wide range of possible masculinities.