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"Because We're Unique": The Literate Lives of Black Adolescent Females
A Phenomenological Content Analysis of Siblings' Lived Experiences Related to Having a Sibling with Substance Use Problems
A Phenomenological Inquiry to Understand Environmental Work Factors, Academic Readiness and Supervisory Needs of Interprofessional Collaborative Counselors
A Phenomenological Study of African American College Students' Recovery Experiences In A Collegiate Recovery Program
AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES: DO THEY PERFORM BETTER ON STANDARDIZED READING AND MATHEMATICS TESTS IN TITLE I ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS OR NON-TITLE I ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS?
AN EXPLORATION OF SUPERVISORS' EXPERIENCES OF SUPERVISORY WORKING ALLIANCE AND SESSION FACTORS WHEN FACILITATING DISTANCE-DELIVERED CLINICAL SUPERVISION
An Intergenerational Oral History of African American Students in Edgecombe County, North Carolina from 1930-1980
COMMUNITY COLLEGE PLACEMENT: HOW EMERGING POLICY AND PRACTICE RELATE TO SUCCESS AND PERSISTENCE
EXPERIENCES OF INDIVIDUALS WHO MAINTAIN ABSTINENCE FROM MOOD ALTERING SUBSTANCES USING SELF-DIRECTED, COGNITIVE-BASED RECOVERY SUPPORT GROUPS
EXPLORING THE REAGAN ADMINISTRATION'S NEOCONSERVATIVE PUBLIC POLICIES INFLUENCE ON AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES' EDUCATIONAL AND LIFE OUTCOMES
Evidence-Based and Makerspaced: Preservice Teachers’ Dispositions, Perceptions, and Preparedness to Teach Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disabilities
Experiences of self-criticism among counseling students
Family Matters: Familial Support and Science Identity Formation for African American Female STEM Majors
HE WHO FEEDS YOU: THE MALES PLACE COMMUNITY GARDEN AS A FACILITATOR OF DEVELOPMENT IN BLACK MALE YOUTH
Lived experiences of nurses on a burn unit related to secondary traumatic stress.
Loving and Leaving the Classroom: Contextualizing the Attrition of Black Women Teachers From Urban Schools
Navigating Life Experiences: Voices of African American Women Pursuing a College Degree After Incarceration
PERCEPTIONS OF CLIMATE AND STUDENT-FACULTY INTERACTIONS AMONGST AFRICAN AMERICAN PERSISTERS IN A BUSINESS PROGRAM AT A PREDOMINANTLY-WHITE INSTITUTION
STAYING THE COURSE: THE PERSISTENCE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN BIOLOGY MAJORS AT A PREDOMINATLY WHITE INSTITUTION
SUSPENSION RATES FOR STUDENTS OF COLOR IN RELATION TO THE PRESENCE OF SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICERS IN THREE PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES