Faculty Publications & Awards


Anderson, Kenneth
Howard, K. E. & Anderson, K. A. (2010).  Stereotype threat in middle school:  The effects of prior performance on expectancy and test performance.  Middle Grades Research Journal, 5(3), 119-137.

Toldson, I. A. & Anderson, K. A. (2010).  The role of religion in promoting academic success for black students.  Journal of Negro Education, 79(3), 205-213.

Anderson, K. A., Washington, A. N., Warner, G. & Burge, L. (2010).  Graduating engineers in the U.S.:  Bridging engineering and entrepreneurship for African-American high school students.  In H. R. Arabnia, V. A. Cliney, A. Bahrami & A. M. G. Solo (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Frontiers in Education:  Computer Science & Computer Engineering (pp. 156-162).  Irvine, CA:  CSREA Press.

Bond, Helen

Bond, H. (2010).  Balancing teacher quality and quantity.  Communications in Computer and Information Science, 73, 474-481.

Bond, H. (2011).  Where in the world:  Using the World Digital Library to enhance information literacy and global learning to gather, analyze, evaluate and use information.  In T. McDevitt & R. Stilwell (Eds.), Let the games begin!: Engaging students with interactive information literacy instruction (pp.151-153).  New York, NY:  Neal-Schuman Publishers.

Bond, H. (2011).  Black females in higher education in HBCU’s:  The paradox of success.  In C. R. Chambers (Ed.), Diversity in higher education series: Support systems and services for diverse populations:  Considering the intersection of race, gender, and the needs of Black female undergraduates (Vol. 8, pp. 131-144).  Bingley, United Kingdom:  Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Bond, H., Barr, B., Fotiyeva, I. & Wu, F. (2012).  Through children’s eyes:  President Obama and the future generation.  Toronto, Canada:  The Key Publishing House Inc.

Boone, Rosalie
Boone, R., et al. (2009). Economic empowerment of youth of color with disabilities: Recommendations for developing financial capability. Black History Bulletin, 72(2), 23-31. R. Boone & A. King-Berry
Elbedour, Salman

Elbedour, S., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., Jiao, Q. G., Abu-Rabia, A., Morad, M. & Merrick, J. (2011).  Ethnicity and ethnic identity among Bedouin adolescents in Israel.  In E. Bell & J. Merrick (Eds.), Rural  child health:  International aspects (health and human development) (Chapter 8, pp. 81-103).  New York, NY:  Nova Biomedical Books.

Waytowich, E. L., Onwuegbuzie, A. J. & Elbedour, S. (2011).  Violence and attribution error in adolescent male and female delinquents.  International Journal of Education, 3(1), E6, 1-19.

Al-Krenawi, A., Elbedour, S., Parsons, J. E., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., Bart, W. M., & Ferguson, A. (2011).  Trauma and war:  Positive psychology/strengths approach.  Arab Journal of Psychiatry, 23(2), 103-112.

Elbedour, S. & Al-Atawneh, M. (2009). The psychocultural and religio-ethnopolitical dimensions of contemporary terrorism, Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy(ASAP), 9(1), 375-379.  doi: 10.1111/j.1530-2415.2009.01177.x.

Elbedour, S. & Muhammad, A. (2009). The psychocultural and religio-ethnopolitical dimensions of contemporary terrorism.  Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 9(1), 375-378.

Elbedour, S., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., Jiao, Q. G., Abu-Rabia, A., Morad, M. & Merrick, J. (2009).  Bedouins of the Negev:  Ethnicity and ethnic identity among Bedouin adolescents.  International Journal of Child Health Human Development 2(2), 67-84.

Ellison, Constance
LaPoint, V., Manswell Butty, J. & Brown, J. (in press).  Career development among Black youth.  In A. W. Boykin, C. E. Ellison, M. Wallace, & V. G. Thomas, (Eds.), Roadmap to academic excellence:  Research practices that promote high achievement of diverse students.  New York, NY:  Teachers College Press.
Fenwick, Leslie T.

Committee on the Independent Evaluation of DC Public Schools (Fenwick, L.T., contributor); National Research Council  (2011).  A plan for evaluating DC Public Schools:  From impressions to evidence.  Washington, DC:  National Academic Press.

Fenwick, L.T. (2011).  Leadership:  An inside job.  In O. Welch (Ed.), Turnaround leadership:  Deans of color as change agents.  New York City, NY:  Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Ferguson, Angela D.


Al-Krenawi, A., Elbedour, S., Parsons, J. E., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., Bart, W. M., & Ferguson, A. (2011).  Trauma and war:  Positive psychology/strengths approach.  Arab Journal of Psychiatry, 23(2), 103-112.

Ferguson, A. D. (2009). Cultural issues in counseling gays, lesbians and bisexuals. Invited book chapter in I. Marini & M. Stebnicki (Eds.), Professional Counselors' Desk Reference. New York, NY: Springer Publishing, 255-262.

Harper, Frederick

Harper, F. D. (2011).  The Durabone prophecies.  Bloomington, IN:  Authorhouse.

Harper, F. D. (2009).  Time and timing.  Bloomington, IN:  Authorhouse.

Harper, F. D., Terry, L. M., & Twiggs, R. (2009).  Counseling strategies with Black boys and Black men:  Implications for policy.  The Journal of Negro Education, 78(3), 216-232.
 

Hughes, Gerunda

Hughes, G. (2009) Students' perceptions of teaching styles in mathematics learning environments. Mathematics Teaching-Research Journal, 3(2), 1-20.

Frierson, H. T., Hood, S., Hughes, G. B., & Thomas, V. G. (2010). A guide to conducting culturally-responsive evaluations.. In J. Frechtling, (Ed.), The 2010 user-friendly handbook for project evaluation (pp. 75-96). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Hughes, G. B. (2010).  Formative assessment practices that maximize learning for students at risk.  In H. L. Andrade & G. J. Cizek (Eds.), Handbook of formative assessment (pp. 212-232).  London, United Kingdom:  Routledge

Irving, Marilyn

Irving, M., Johnson, A. J., Nti, M. & Johnson, W. (Feb. 2009). Assessing secondary science teachers' perceptions on teaching students with disabilities. Journal of Research Association of Minority Professors, 11(1), 29-39.

Johnson, Wilfred
Irving, M., Johnson, A. J., Nti, M. & Johnson, W. (Feb. 2009). Assessing secondary science teachers' perceptions on teaching students with disabilities. Journal of Research Association of Minority Professors, 11(1), 29-39.
Jones, Vinetta C.

Matthews, J. & Jones, V.C. (in press).  Beating the odds:  Lessons in education reform.  American Institute for Research.

Jones, V. C. (2011).  Building bridges for women of color in the professoriate.  In G. Jean-Marie & B. Lloyd-Jones (Eds.), Women of color in higher education: Changing directions and new perspectives (Chapter 12, pp. 261-282).  Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

LaPoint, Velma

LaPoint, V., Manswell Butty, J. & Brown, J. (2012).  Career development among Black youth.  In A. W. Boykin, C. E. Ellison, M. Wallace, & V. G. Thomas, (Eds.), Roadmap to academic excellence:  Research practices that promote high achievement of diverse students.  New York, NY:  Teachers College Press.

Middleton, Kyndra

Middleton, K. & Dorans, N. (2011). Assessing the falsifiability of extreme linkages (ETS Research Report No. RR-11-04). Princeton, NJ:  Educational Testing Service.

Burt, W. M., Vesey, J. V., Stroter, A., & Middleton, K. (2010, April). Reporting results and appropriate alpha levels in multiple regression. Proceedings of the American Educational Research Association. Denver, CO.

Medina-Jerez, W., Middleton, K. & Orihuela-Rabaza, W. (2011).  Using the DAST-C to explore Colombian and Bolivian students’ images of scientists.  International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 9(3), 657-690.

Oyemade Bailey, Ura Jean

Bailey, U. J. & Oyemade, A. O. (2012). A social experiment in action:  Black parent involvement in an independent school.  In D. Slaughter-Defoe (Ed.), Black educational choice in a climate of school reform:  Assessing the private and public alternatives to traditional K-12 schools.  Westport, CT:  Praeger Publishers.

Slaughter-Defoe, D. & Bailey, U. J. (2012). Private schools and equal educational opportunity: US and South Africa. In James A. Banks (Ed.), Encyclopedia of diversity in education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Rashid, Hakim

Rashid, H. M. (2009).  From brilliant baby to child placed at risk:  The perilous path of young African American boys in early childhood education.  Journal of Negro Education, 78(3), 347-355.

Rashid, H. M., Rashid, A. Z., & Brown, P. T. (2009).  Perceptions of early schooling among young African-American boys referred for special education.  Journal of Research Association for Minority Professors. 11(1), 17-18

Saravanabhavan, RC

Saravanabhavan, R. (2010, June).  Educational leadership preparation:  India at cross roads.  Proceedings of the World Congress of Comparative Education.  Istanbul, Turkey.

Huber, S. G. (Ed.), Saravanabhavan, R. & Hader-Popp, S. (Co-Editors).  (2010).  School leadership:  International perspectives.  London, United Kingdom:  Springer Publishing. 

Saravanabhavan, R. & Chirumamilla, N. (2010).  School leadership preparation:  Global overview and implications for India.  Journal of Educational Research & Extension, 47(2), 21-38.

Saravanabhavan, S. & Saravanabhavan, R. (2010).  Knowledge of learning disability among pre-and in-service teachers in India.  International Journal of Special Education, 25(3), 132-138.

Thomas, Veronica G.

Campbell, P. B., Stoll, A. & Thomas, V. G. (2009).  Evaluating efforts to broadening participation in STEM fields.  In B. Clewell & N. Fortenberry (Eds.),  Framework for Evaluating Impacts of broadening participation projects:  Report from a National Science Foundation Workshop (pp. 64-80).  Arlington, VA:  Directorate for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation.

Campbell, P. B., Thomas, V. G. & Stoll, A. (2009).  Outcomes and indicators relating to broadening participation.  In B. Clewell & N. Forenberry (Eds.), Framework for Evaluating Impacts of broadening participation projects:  Report from a National Science Foundation Workshop (pp. 54-63).  Arlington, VA:  Directorate for Education and Human Resources, National Science Foundation.

Frierson, H. T., Hood, S., Hughes, G. B., & Thomas, V. G. (2010). A guide to conducting culturally-responsive evaluations.. In J. Frechtling, (Ed.), The 2010 user-friendly handbook for project evaluation (pp. 75-96). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Thomas, V. G. (2009).  Critical race theory:  Ethics and dimensions of diversity in research.  In D. M. Mertens & P. E. Ginsberg (Eds.), The handbook of social research ethics (pp. 54-68).  Thousand Oak, CA:  Sage Publishers.

LaPoint, V., Manswell Butty, J. & Brown, J. (in press).  Career development among Black youth.  In A. W. Boykin, C. E. Ellison, M. Wallace, & V. G. Thomas, (Eds.), Roadmap to academic excellence:  Research practices that promote high achievement of diverse students.  New York, NY:  Teachers College Press.

Frierson, H. T., Hood, S., Hughes, G. B. & Thomas, V. G. (2010). A guide to conducting culturally-responsive evaluations. In J. Frechtling, (Ed.), The 2010 user-friendly handbook for project evaluation (pp. 75-96). Arlington, VA: National Science Foundation.

Gaston, M. H., Porter, G. K. & Thomas, V. G. (2011).  Paradoxes in obesity with mid-life African American women.  Journal of the National Medical Association, 103(1), 17-25.

Thomas, V. G. & Madison, A. (2010).  Integration of social justice in to the teaching of evaluations.  American Journal of Evaluation, 31(4), 570-583.

Thomas, V. G. (2010).  The case for better evaluation theory:  Comments on Miller, Kirkhart, and Smith.  American Journal of Evaluation, 31(3), 414-417.

Lane, S., Zumbo, B. D., Abedi, J., Benson, J., Dossey, J., Elliott, S. N., Kane, M., Robert, L., Paredes-Ziker, C., Rodriguez, M., Schraw, G., Slattery, J., Thomas, V. & Wilhoft, J. (2009).  Prologue:  An introduction to the evaluation of NAEP.  Applied Measurement in Education, 22(4), 309-316.


Toldson, Ivory

Toldson, I. A. & Lemmons, B. (2011).  Postsecondary educational aspirations and expectations among school-age Black males:  Monitoring the future of Black men in STEM fields.  In H. T. Frierson & W. F. Tate (Eds.), Diversity in higher education series:  Beyond stock stories and folktales:  African Americans’ paths to STEM fields (Vol. 11, Chapter 5, pp. 85-114).  Bingley, United Kingdom:  Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Toldson, I. A., (2011).  Birthright:  Anecdotes of fatherhood, race and redemption.  In M. Connor & J. White (Eds.), Black fathers:  An invisible presence in America (Second Edition) (Chapter 9, pp. 145-162).  New York, NY:  Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group.

Toldson, I. A., Braithwaite, R. L., & Rentie, R. (2009).  Promoting college aspirations among school-age Black American males.  In H. T. Frierson, W. Pearson, & J. H. Wyche (Eds.), Diversity in higher education series: Black American males in higher education: Research, programs and academe (Vol. 7, pp. 117-137). Bingley, United Kingdom:  Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Doi: 10.1108/S1479-3644(2009)0000007009

Toldson, I. A., Essuon, A., & Woodson, K. M. (2009).  HIV/AIDS in the Black community.  In R. L. Braithwaite, S. E. Taylor, & H. M. Treadwell (Eds.), Health issues in the Black community (3rd Edition) (Chapter 18, pp. 363-378). San Francisco, CA:  John Wiley & Sons.

Toldson, I. A., Ray, K. V., Hatcher, S., & Straughn, L. (2011).  Examining the long-term racial disparities in health and economic conditions among Hurricane Katrina survivors:  Policy implications for Gulf Coast recovery.  Journal of Black Studies, 42(3), 360-378.

Toldson, I. A., Woodson, K. M., Braithwaite, R., & Holliday, R. C. (2010).  Academic potential among African American adolescents in juvenile detention centers:  Implications for reentry to school.  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49(8), 551-570.

Toldson, I. A., & Anderson, K.A. (2010).  The role of religion in promoting academic success for Black students.  Journal of Negro Education, 79(3), 205-213.

Toldson, I. A. & Owens, D. (2010).  “Acting Black”:  What Black kids think about being smart and other school-related experiences.  Journal of Negro Education, 79(2), 91-96.

Toldson, I. A. & Snitman, A. (2010).  Education parity and economic disparities:  Correcting education-attainment discrepancies among Black people in the United States.  Journal of Negro Education, 79(1), 1-5.

Toldson, I. A., Brown, R. L. F., & Sutton, R. M. (2009).  75 Years after the miseducation of the Negro:  New imperatives for the education of Black males.  Journal of Negro Education, 78(3), 195-203.

Caldwell, L. D., Sewell, A. A., Parks, N., & Toldson, I. A. (2009).  Before the bell rings:  Implementing coordinated school health models to influence the academic achievement of African American males.  Journal of Negro Education, 78(3), 204-215.

Hatcher, S. S., Maschi, T., Morgen, K. & Toldson, I. A. (2009).  Exploring the impact of racial and ethnic differences in the emotional and behavioral responses of maltreated youth:  Implications for culturally competent services.  Children and Youth Services Review, 31(9), 1042-1048.

Toldson, I. A. (2009).  School districts serving the largest number of African American students and their congressional representatives:  A call for educational advocacy.  Journal of Negro Education, 78(2), 99-101.

Hatcher, S., Toldson, I. A., Godette, D. C., Richardson, J. B. (2009).  Mental health, substance abuse, and HIV disparities in correctional settings:  Practices and policy implications for African Americans.  Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20(2), 6-16.

Toldson, I. A.  (2011).  Breaking barriers 2:  Plotting the path away from juvenile detention and toward academic success for school-age African-American males.  Washington, D.C.:  Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.

Williams, Dawn

Williams, D. (2012).  Should the K-12 school organizational structure for public education in the United States be dramatically altered?  In C. J. Russo & A. G. Osborne, Jr. (Eds.), Debating issues in American education.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications, Inc.

Woodson, Kamilah

Toldson, I. A., Essuon, A., & Woodson, K. M. (2009).  HIV/AIDS in the Black community.  In R. L. Braithwaite, S. E. Taylor, & H. M. Treadwell (Eds.), Health issues in the Black community (3rd Edition) (Chapter 18, pp. 363-378). San Francisco, CA:  John Wiley & Sons.

Mack, K. M., Johnson, L. R., Woodson, K. M., Henkin, A. B. & Dee, J. R. (2010).  Empowering women faculty in STEM fields:  An examination of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  Women & Minorities in Science and Engineering, 16(4), 319-341.

Woodson, K. M., Hives, C., & Sanders-Phillips, K. (2010).  Violence exposure and health-related risk among African American adolescent female detainees:  A strategy for reducing recidivism.  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49(8), 571-594.

Toldson, I., Woodson, K. M., Connerly, R., & Braithwaite, R. (2010).  Academic potential among African American adolescents in juvenile detention center:  Implications for reentry to school.  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 49(8), 551-570.

 


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