- Addressing Negative Racial and Gendered Experiences That Discourage Academic Careers in Engineering, Investigation Of An Equity Ethic In Engineering & Computing Doctoral Students
- Black Parents as Advocates, Motivators, and Teachers of Mathematic Education
- Devalued Black and Latino Racial Identities- A Byproduct of College STEM Success
- Black Engineering Students’ Motivation for PhD Attainment- Passion Plus Purpose
Below are a list of resources and cited sources frequently used in our work
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