Books from 2022
Connections : Empowering College and Career Success, Paul A. Gore
Books from 2021
The Proper Role of Higher Education in a Democratic Society, Patrick Englert and Lauren Pieper Coffey
Submissions from 2020
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
Heritage Seekers, Identity, and Study Abroad: A Phenomenological Exploration, Donald Mitchell Jr., Mariana Naddaf, and Marie Jakia
Heritage Seekers, Identity, and Study Abroad: A Phenomenological Exploration, Mariana I. Naddaf, Jakia Marie, and Donald Mitchell Jr.
Emerging Trends in Higher Education, Michael G. Strawser, James D. Breslin, and Adam Elias
Books from 2019
Step Into STEAM : Your Standards-Based Action Plan for Deepening Mathematics and Science Learning, Grades K-5, Kristen Cook and Sarah Bush
Teaching Children to Read: The Teacher Makes the Difference, Robert B. Cooter Jr. et al.
Utilisation of Social Determinants of Health to Improve Education Among Youth in Dominican Baseball Academies, Chelsey Franz and Kristen Cook
Intersectionality & Higher Education: Theory, Research, & Praxis, Second Edition, Donald Mitchell Jr., Jakia Marie, and Tiffany Steele
Submissions from 2018
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.
Black Male Persistence in Spite of Facing Stereotypes in College: A Phenomenological Exploration, Taylor Benjamin Hardy Boyd and Donald Mitchell Jr.
Exploring the Relationship Between Campus Climate and Minority Stress in African American College Students, Isaac Clark and Donald Mitchell Jr.
Financial Literacy for Children and Youth, Kathleen Cooter
A Qualitative Analysis of Undocumented Latino College Students’ Movement Towards Developing Purpose, Theresa Lyon Little and Donald Mitchell Jr.
Submissions from 2017
When Venn Diagrams Intersect Art and Math, Sarah Bush et al.
Cirriculum-Based Teacher Leadership, Daniel Castner et al.
How High-Impact Practices Influence Academic Achievement for African American College Students, Donald Mitchell Jr. and John Gipson
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
Leah Marie and Her Down Right Perfect Path to Math, Anne Raymond et al.
On poetry: Palm-of-the-Hand Essays, Frederick Smock
Submissions from 2016
Complementing Curricula: A Fourth-Grade Ecology Lesson Connects Science and Social Studies, Kristin Cook and Corrie Block
Black Teachers Matter: Qualitative Study of Factors Influencing African American Candidates Success in a Teacher Preparation Program, Elizabeth Dinkins and Kevin Thomas
Alternative Text Types to Improve Reading Fluency for Competent to Struggling Readers, David D. Paige et al.
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
LGBTQ Literature in Middle School Classrooms: Possibilities for Challenging Heteronormative Environments, Elizabeth G. Dinkins and Patrick Englert