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Submissions from 2020

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Going in Thinking Process, Coming Out Transformed: Reflections and Recommendations from a Qualitative Research Course, Donald Mitchell Jr., Elizabeth Byron, Jeffrey Cross, OJ Oleka, Stephanie Van Eps, Phyllis Clark, and Natalie Sajko

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Heritage Seekers, Identity, and Study Abroad: A Phenomenological Exploration, Donald Mitchell Jr., Mariana Naddaf, and Marie Jakia

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Heritage Seekers, Identity, and Study Abroad: A Phenomenological Exploration, Mariana I. Naddaf, Jakia Marie, and Donald Mitchell Jr.

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Emerging Trends in Higher Education, Michael G. Strawser, James D. Breslin, and Adam Elias

Books from 2019

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Step Into STEAM : Your Standards-Based Action Plan for Deepening Mathematics and Science Learning, Grades K-5, Kristen Cook and Sarah Bush

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Evolution Education and the Rise of the Creationist Movement in Brazil, Kristin Cook

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Teaching Children to Read: The Teacher Makes the Difference, Robert B. Cooter Jr. et al.

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Utilisation of Social Determinants of Health to Improve Education Among Youth in Dominican Baseball Academies, Chelsey Franz and Kristen Cook

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Intersectionality & Higher Education: Theory, Research, & Praxis, Second Edition, Donald Mitchell Jr., Jakia Marie, and Tiffany Steele

Submissions from 2018

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Living Within The Veil: How Black Mothers with Daughters Attending Predominantly White Schools Experience Racial Battle Fatigue When Combating Racial Microaggressions, Chasity Bailey-Fakhoury and Donald Mitchell Jr.

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Black Male Persistence in Spite of Facing Stereotypes in College: A Phenomenological Exploration, Taylor Benjamin Hardy Boyd and Donald Mitchell Jr.

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Exploring the Relationship Between Campus Climate and Minority Stress in African American College Students, Isaac Clark and Donald Mitchell Jr.

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Financial Literacy for Children and Youth, Kathleen Cooter

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A Qualitative Analysis of Undocumented Latino College Students’ Movement Towards Developing Purpose, Theresa Lyon Little and Donald Mitchell Jr.

Submissions from 2017

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When Venn Diagrams Intersect Art and Math, Sarah Bush et al.

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Cirriculum-Based Teacher Leadership, Daniel Castner et al.

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Learning Race and Racism While Learning: Experiences of International Students Pursuing Higher Education in the Midwestern United States, Donald Mitchell Jr. et al.

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How High-Impact Practices Influence Academic Achievement for African American College Students, Donald Mitchell Jr. and John Gipson

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Intersectional Value? A Pilot Study Exploring Educational Outcomes for African American Women in Historically Black Sororities versus Non-Historically Black Sororities., Donald Mitchell Jr., John A. Gipson, Jakia Marie, and Tiffany Steele

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Leah Marie and Her Down Right Perfect Path to Math, Anne Raymond et al.

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On poetry: Palm-of-the-Hand Essays, Frederick Smock

Submissions from 2016

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Complementing Curricula: A Fourth-Grade Ecology Lesson Connects Science and Social Studies, Kristin Cook and Corrie Block

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Black Teachers Matter: Qualitative Study of Factors Influencing African American Candidates Success in a Teacher Preparation Program, Elizabeth Dinkins and Kevin Thomas

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Alternative Text Types to Improve Reading Fluency for Competent to Struggling Readers, David D. Paige et al.

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The Critical Role of a Well-Articulated, Coherent Design in Professional Development: an Evaluation of a State-Wide Two-Week Program for Mathematics and Science Teachers, Jon Saderholm, Robert N. Ronau, Christopher R. Rakes, Sarah B. Bush, and Margaret Mohr-Schroeder

Submissions from 2015

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Grappling with Wicked Problems: Exploring Photovoice as a Decolonizing Methodology in Science Education, Kristin Cook

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LGBTQ Literature in Middle School Classrooms: Possibilities for Challenging Heteronormative Environments, Elizabeth G. Dinkins and Patrick Englert

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Student Involvement & Academic Outcomes : Implications for Diverse College Student Populations, Donald Mitchell Jr.