The Experiences of African-American Males in Academic Leadership Positions at Public Predominantly White Institutions in North Carolina
The purpose of this narrative study was to explore the experiences of African-American males in academic leadership positions at public predominately White institutions in North Carolina. Four African-American males in academic leadership positions that met the selection criteria were purposefully selected for the study. For the sake of confidentiality a pseudonym was used for the participants and universities to protect their privacy. Multiple data collection and analytical methods were utilized to document the experiences and voices of the participants. While the experiences of the participants varied, they overwhelmingly identified their faith in God, mentorship, qualifications and preparations made them successful in their academic leadership positions at their various institutions. The findings from this study have policy, practical, and leadership implications.
Dockery, Dalton and Okpala, Comfort O.
"The Experiences of African-American Males in Academic Leadership Positions at Public Predominantly White Institutions in North Carolina,"
Journal of Research Initiatives: Vol. 2:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol2/iss2/3
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