Joshua’s research focus is on identity intersections of race, religion, and sexuality. Joshua is an alum of the Social Justice Training Institute and has presented regionally and nationally on topics such as media and marginality, queer people of color, multiracial student identity, intersections of religion and sexuality, and facilitating dialogues on diversity. Joshua is a trained diversity facilitator and serves as theNASPA Co-Chair for the MultiRacial Knowledge Community. He has numerous publications on topics such as multiracial student support and queer Asian Pacific Islander men as leaders in higher education. He just finished a book, Beyond Surviving: From Religious Oppression to Queer Activism that looks at intersections of religion and sexuality.