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Underserved populations at historically black colleges and universities : the pathway to diversity, equity, and inclusion

Author: Cheron H Davis; Adriel A Hilton; Donavan L Outten
Publisher: United Kingdom : Emerald Publishing, 2019.
Series: Diversity in higher education, v. 21.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This book focuses on the experiences of underserved student and faculty at historically Black colleges and universities. Encompassing institutional supports, identity development, and socialization  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Ebook version :
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cheron H Davis; Adriel A Hilton; Donavan L Outten
ISBN: 9781787548411 1787548414
OCLC Number: 1063602379
Description: xii, 251 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Chapter 1. Bringing the 'Othered' Back In: Building the Case for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at HBCUs; Cheron H. Davis, Adriel A. Hilton & Donavan L. Outten Chapter 2. A Balancing Act: Being First Still, and Faculty at an HBCU; Erica R. Russell Chapter 3. Serving students, faculty, and notice: Student co-operation, faculty collaboration, and institutional counter-narration at a southern flagship HBCU; William Broussard Chapter 4. The Contemporary Role of the HBCU in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Absence of On-going Historical Relevance; Alvin Killough, Eryn Killough, James Burnett & Grover Bailey Chapter 5. Just Let Us Be Great!: Mentoring Students at an HBCU; Rachel B. Dunbar Chapter 6. White Faces in Black Spaces: Examining Faculty-Student Engagement for White Doctoral Student Success at Historically Black Colleges and Universities; Tiffany Fountaine Boykin & Larry J. Walker Chapter 7. Religious Minority Students at HBCUs; Yoruba Taheerah Mutakabbir Chapter 8. Thursdays at Five Thirty-Five; Phyllis Swann Underwood Chapter 9. The Role of HBCUs in Tackling Issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Jewell Winn, Kisha Bryan, & Andrea Tyler Chapter 10. Challenging Cultural Norms at HBCUs: How Perceptions Impact LGBTQ Student's Experiences; Larry J. Walker & Ramon B. Goings Chapter 11. Afrocentric Worldview, Hetero-Normative Ethos and Black LGBTQ Intellectuals Matriculating through Afrocentric Psychology Programs at Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCUs); Novell E. Tani & Simone Grier Chapter 12. Providing Support for non-Black Students and Faculty at HBCUs: A Promising Approach for Senior Academic and Student Affairs Officers' (SASAOs); Henrietta Williams Pichon Chapter 13. Envisioning Equity: Women at the Helm of HBCU Leadership; Amanda Washington Lockett & Marybeth Gasman Chapter 14. Bad Board Behaviors: Undermining Growth and Development at Historically Black Colleges and Universities; Maurice C. Taylor Chapter 15. What's Next?; Adriel A. Hilton, Cheron H. Davis, & Donavan L. Outten
Series Title: Diversity in higher education, v. 21.
Responsibility: edited by Cheron H. Davis, Adriel A. Hilton, Donavan L. Outten.

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