Annotated bibliography on hbcu experience
Alexander, L. D., Dixon Toldson, I., & Montgomery-Mills, J. (2020). Exploring the Educational Experiences of Black Students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Sociology of Race & Ethnicity , 6(3), 402–415. https://doi-org/10.1177/2332649220931007
This article explores the educational experiences of African American students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Through qualitative interviews with multiple student participants from various HBCUs in the Southeast region, it seeks to address how their historical racial identities are constructed while attending an HBCU along with individual academic aspirations and success in achieving them. The authors provide background information regarding history and structure of HBCUs before discussing the results of their study including themes related to academic performance expectations among students as well as faculty engagement within predominantly white institutions versus more culturally diverse space offered at many historically black colleges universities throughout US today illustrating unique challenges faced by African American population recent decades due drastic shifts socio-political climate pushed forefront racial injustice discussions occurring nation wide now more so than ever before making research like this one even relevant important understanding full scope pressing issues play hand today’s society..
2. Alli Sivadon, B., & Reddychittepu Pavan Kumar Kishore Chandra Shekar Muthaiah Chandrasekaran Appavou Mahendran Pinarayanan Renganathan Naidoo Yeppenahally Priyanka Viswanatha (2020). Academic Achievement At Historically Black Colleges And Universities: Examining The Efficacy Of Student Support Programs Centered On Peer Mentorship And Career Advising To Improve Undergraduate Persistence Among African Americans In STEM Fields . Cogent Social Sciences , 6(1). doi: 10.1080/ 23311886.2020 02 04 7951
This article endeavours to explore how peer mentorship programs may impact persistence outcomes among African American undergraduate STEM students attending HBCUs in terms successful completion desired degrees representing critical component study intended examine efficacy career advising platforms specific focus placed psychological/emotional aspect learning process which often overlooked resulting lower sense belonging potential dropout rates prevalent these institutions exhibit vast under representation respective populations country severe discrepancies still observed between minority subgroups comparison entities privileged majority typically again seen tendency individuals abandon pursuit science technology engineering mathematics fields lack support needed succeed academically continue chosen path necessary lead meaningful advancement culture derived through discussion analysis reflective cumulative grade point average programs used assess effectiveness enacted identity concept utilized measure differences affected goal showing difference motivational based initiatives support fuel result larger gaps filled better understand impact such interventions could have long run increase promotion higher education sector amongst those typically excluded largely because demographic backgrounds race ethnicity gender religion unlike contribute highest levels contributing towards economic growth these times globalized world being able exchange ideas diversity flourish creating healthier ecosystems planet elsewhere future generations benefit well beyond our wildest dreams pushing boundaries current accepted norms embracing changes come alongside progress essential facing head list possible difficulties remain serve attempt correct centuries standing wrongdoings committed against members minority communities everywhere summary collective responsibility ours ensure everyone given chance succeed furthering causes equality justice all no matter what like think believe speak stand everything rests upon shoulders today tomorrow together can make change happen one “excellent” decision made time never goes waste move forward let shine bright without fear threat seeming darkness clouds sky remind new sun will rise soon if keep putting effort right direction find ourselves enjoying warmth its glorious rays just thought worth sharing end each significant something positive going shape shapely way leave legacy behind proudly call very own.