Session 313: RE10 -> Teaching While Black: The Experiences of Criminal Justice Faculty of Color
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 16
Place: W-Ascot
Session Chair: Ramona Brockett, Kent State University
Historically Black Versus Traditionally White Institutions: A Comparison
by: Gladys Smiley Bell, Hampton University (Corresponding)
Ramona Brockett, Kent State University
Teaching While Black: An Analysis of Variance Within and Without Academe and Its Impact on Minority Ph.Ds
by: Ramona Brockett, Kent State University (Corresponding)
Effect of Human Capital on African American Ph.Ds at HBCUS and Traditional White Instiututions
by: Carolyn Petrosino, Bridgewater State College (Corresponding)
Effects of Race on Academe: Teaching While Black ! The
by: Leon E. Pettiway, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Artificial Boundaries Between Criminology and Minority Groups in New Jersey: Inside and Outside of the Classroom
by: John P. Myers, Rowan University (Corresponding)

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