Beyond stock stories and folktales : African Americans' paths to STEM fields /

Contributor(s): Frierson, Henry T | (Henry Taylor) | 1944- | Tate, William | Lloyd-Jones, Brenda | Jean-Marie, GaëtaneMaterial type: Computer fileComputer fileLanguage: English Series: Diversity in higher education,1479-3644 ;v. 11Publication details: Bingley, U.K. : Emerald , 2011Description: 1 online resource (xxiii, 332 p.) : ill Media type: HardDisk Carrier type: ElektronikISBN: 9781780521831 (electronic bk.) : £72.95 ; €105.95 ; $134.95Subject(s): Education | Multicultural Education | bisacsh | Education | Professional Development | bisacsh | Multicultural education | bicssc | Teaching staff | bicssc | African Americans | Education (Higher) | African American college studentsDDC classification: Online Online resources: Click here to access online
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ch. 1. Undergraduate institutions that foster black scientists / Frances K. Stage, Ginelle John, Steven M. Hubbard -- ch. 2. African-American, academically gifted, millennial students in STEM disciplines at historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) : factors that impact successful degree completion / Chance W. Lewis, Fred A. Bonner, Delores Rice, Helene E. Cook, Mary V. Alfred, Felecia M. Nave, Sherri S. Frizell -- ch. 3. African American males in the Meyerhoff scholars program : outcomes and processes / Kenneth I. Maton, Freeman A. Hrabowski, Shauna A. Pollard -- ch. 4. The relationship between academic self-concept and career self-efficacy among African-American males in STEM disciplines at two historically black colleges and universities : an exploratory study / Lamont A. Flowers, James L. Moore, Lawrence O. Flowers, Morris J. Clarke -- ch. 5. Postsecondary educational aspirations and expectations among school-age black males : monitoring the future of black men in STEM fields / Ivory A. Toldson, Brianna P. Lemmons -- ch. 6. Black men in the STEM fields at historically black colleges and universities / Marybeth Gasman -- ch. 7. Reflecting and defying tradition : African-American women in STEM / Lindsey E. Malcom, Shirley M. Malcom -- ch. 8. Black women faculty at historically black colleges and universities : perspectives for a national imperative / Kelly M. Mack, Claudia M. Rankins, Cynthia E. Winston -- ch. 9. Successful PHD pathways to advanced STEM careers for black women / Janet C. Rutledge, Wendy Y. Carter-Veale, Renetta G. Tull -- ch. 10. Sense of belonging and African-American student success in STEM : comparative insights between men and women / Terrell L. Strayhorn -- ch. 11. Maximizing returns on public investments : mentoring African American males in STEM disciplines / P. Gayle Harris Watkins, Wynetta Y. Lee -- ch. 12. What type of institutions are successful at replicating the diversity of the full-time student population in the pool of bachelor's degrees awarded for STEM-disciplines? / Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe -- ch. 13. African American faculty in science and engineering : the illusion of inclusion / Cheryl B. Leggon -- ch. 14. Future faculty/research scientist mentoring program : proven coping strategies for successful matriculation of African Americans in computing science doctoral programs / LaVar J. Charleston, Jerlando F.L. Jackson -- ch. 15. Ten in 10 : a reflective examination of how a university in the south graduated 10 African American computer science Ph.D.s in 10 years / Juan E. Gilbert -- ch. 16. STEM blind spots : moving beyond stock stories and folktales / William F. Tate, Henry T. Frierson.

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