Commodore, Felecia

Opportunities and Challenges at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Marybeth Gasman, Felecia Commodore

Part I. Pipelines and Plans

2. Black Colleges, Media, and the Power of Storytelling
Quinton Stroud

3. Spelman College: A Case Study of Student Retention Strategies
Sakinah I. Rahman

4. The Crisis: Decreasing Male Enrollment at HBCUs
Matthew Nelson, Phillip Scotton

5. Three Layers of Underrepresentation: Academic Pipeline Issues for African Americans
Ufuoma Abiola

6. White Faces in Black Places: HBCUs and the White Faculty Experience
Atiya Strothers

7. HBCU Young Alumni: Paying It Forward
Brandy Jackson, Jacqueline Amparo

Part II. People and Programs

8. Expanding the HBCU Legacy: Enrolling and Supporting the Rising Latino Population
Paola Esmieu, Andrew Martinez

9. Beyond the Fifth Quarter: The Influence of HBCU Marching Bands
Yulanda Essoka

10. Study Abroad at HBCUs: Challenges, Trends, and Best Practices
Sarah Mullen

11. LGBT Centers on HBCU Campuses: Bowie State University
Joseph Barone

12. Leveraging Honors Programs at HBCUs
Channing Johnson, Tyree Williams

13. Black Greek Fraternity Experiences on Predominantly White and Historically Black Campuses: A Comparison
Dennis Daly

Part III. Purpose and Philosophy

14. Black Lesbian Identity at HBCUs
Alexandra Iannucci

15. Not in My Backyard: Puritan Morality versus Puritan Mercantilism and Its Impact on HBCUs
Tiffany N. Decker

16. Searching for Whitley Gilbert: Pluralism, Belles, Bourgeoisie Activism, and HBCUs
Christian Edge

17. A Place at the Table: Etiquette and Invalidation in the Quest for Cultural Capital at Spelman College
Tiffany N. Decker

Keywords: Education, Higher Education, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Sociology of Education, Educational Policy and Politics, Teaching and Teacher Education, African American Culture

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Upbringing, Education
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