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A Qualitative Inquiry on the Multidimensional Racial Development among First-Year African American College Students Attending a Predominately White Institution
While persistence and completion rates in postsecondary education are on the rise, gaps based on racial/ethnic demographics remain. This is particularly evident at predominately White institutionsExpand
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When Aspiration Meets Opportunity: Examining Transitional Experiences of African American Males in College Readiness Programs
The lack of postsecondary success for African American males has garnered significant attention from academic scholars and public policy leaders. While this scholarship provides a strong portrait onExpand
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Increasing Diversity in the Geosciences: Recruitment Programs and Student Self-Efficacy
Using a conceptual framework constructed around self-efficacy, this study explores specific recruitment programs that may contribute to the development of self-efficacy for students of color in theExpand
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Theoretical Perspectives on Increasing Recruitment and Retention of Underrepresented Students in the Geosciences
ABSTRACT For decades, programs targeting the recruitment and retention of underrepresented minorities (URM) have had local success in broadening participation in the geosciences. Meanwhile, nationalExpand
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Black men attending community colleges: examining an institutional approach toward equity
Through an illustrative example of Together We Achieve at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois, this chapter outlines an institutional approach for improving conditions for Black men on campus.
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Examining Post-Racial Ideology in Higher Education.
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STEM Intervention Programs: The Shift from Opportunity to Merit
This paper seeks to highlight the process of shifting missions and guiding ideologies of intervention programs designed for and targeted towards underrepresented, undergraduate students in theExpand
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Analytical Reflections on Access in English Higher Education: Transnational Lessons across the Pond
Recent policy trends in international higher education suggest that the dichotomy between selective and widening participation is a global issue. The central premise of this article considers theExpand
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Engineering Resistors: Engineering Latina/o Students and Emerging Resistant Capital
This qualitative study examined how Latina/o engineering students, members of a student organization, used their emergent resistant capital in their academic trajectories. Their emergent resistantExpand
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