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ERIC Number: ED442899
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Pages: 65
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1040-6573
Diversity, Pedagogy and Higher Education: Challenges, Lessons and Accomplishments. Trotter Review, 1998.
Jennings, James, Ed.
This publication presents a collection of articles on diversity, pedagogy, and higher education. They include: "Introduction" (James Jennings); "Faculty Diversity: Effective Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Faculty of Color" (Sheila T. Gregory); "The Dream of Diversity and the Cycle of Exclusion" (Stephanie M Wildman); "Obstacles Facing New African-American Faculty at Predominantly White Colleges and Universities" (Keith McElroy); "Leadership for Diversity: Effectively Managing for a Transformation" (Adrian K. Haugabrook); "African-American Female College Presidents and Leadership Styles" (Runae Edwards Wilson); "African-American Enrollment and Retention in Higher Education: An Application of Game Theory" (Kofi Lomotey; Mwalimu J. Shujaa; Thresa A. Nelson-Brown; and Shariba Rivers Kyles); "Killing the Spirit: Doublespeak and Double Jeopardy in a Classroom of Scholars" (Olga M. Welch and Carolyn R. Hodges); "Institutional Language of Control: Race, Class, and Gender Issues" (Harry Morgan); "Ebonics, Local Color, and Official Language: Who Resists Whom?" (Robin L. Murray); "Enhancing Multicultural Education through Higher Education Initiatives" (Porter L. Troutman, Jr.); "Let's Get It Started: Teaching Teachers How To Implement a Culturally Relevant Pedagogy" (Jamal A. Cooks); "Preparing White Undergraduate Preservice Teachers To Teach African-American Students: What Does It Take?" (Frances Y. Lowden); "Project MIME: Reshaping Mathematics Education in Secondary Schools" (Joseph A. Meyinsse); "The Implementation of Radical Constructivism within the Urban Mathematics Classroom" (Randy Lattimore); "Help Wanted: Building Coalitions between African-American Student Athletes, High Schools, and the NCAA" (Patiste M. Gilmore); "A Phenomenon of Religious Relevance Developing at Predominantly White Institutions" (Donald Brown); and a commentary, "An Interview with Dr. Clarence G. Williams, Special Assistant to the President for Minority Affairs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology" (Harold W. Horton). (SM)
William Monroe Trotter Institute, University of Massachusetts, 100 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA 02125-3393 ($15 per year for individuals, $30 per year for institutions). Web site:
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Massachusetts Univ., Boston, MA. William Monroe Trotter Inst.