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Black Men in the Academy: Narratives of Resiliency, Achievement and Success

reviewed by Joelle Davis Carter & Yoruba Taheerah Mutakabbir - June 07, 2016

coverTitle: Black Men in the Academy: Narratives of Resiliency, Achievement and Success
Author(s): Brian L. McGowan, Robert T. Palmer, J. Luke Wood and David F. Hibbler, Jr.
Publisher: Palgrave/MacMillan, New York
ISBN: 1137567260, Pages: 234, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: June 07, 2016
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21027, Date Accessed: 1/27/2021 4:36:11 AM

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  • Joelle Davis Carter
    Arkansas Tech University
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    JOELLE DAVIS CARTER, Ph.D. is currently the Visiting Lecturer for College Student Personnel where she is responsible for developing and teaching courses for graduate students. Her primary expertise focus on diversity in higher education, leadership and student engagement. Previously she served as the Assistant Vice President for Retention and Student Services at Western Kentucky University. In this capacity, she was primarily responsible for developing and coordinating institutional retention efforts to increase graduation rates and enhance student engagement. Dr. Carter’s research interests are centered on the status of minority-serving institutions in the United States, increasing diversity on Historically Black College and University campuses and specifically the engagement of non-Black students attending these universities.

    Dr. Carter received her Bachelor of Science degree in Middle Grades Education with concentrations in Social Studies and Language Arts and a Master of Arts degree in Student Personnel from The Ohio State University. She received her Philosophy of Doctorate degree from the University of Maryland College Park in the College of Education. Her dissertation was entitled, Factors influencing the engagement of White, undergraduate students attending public historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

  • Yoruba Taheerah Mutakabbir
    Texas Southern University
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    YORUBA TAHEERAH MUTAKABBIR, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Higher Education in the Department of Education Administration and Foundations at Texas Southern University. Her research interests include diversity at HBCUs and defunct HBCUs. She recently completed a text entitled Religious Minorities in Higher Education (Routledge, 2015). Mutakabbir is a graduate of Hampton University and earned her doctorate in educational leadership with a concentration in higher education from Clemson University.
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