Pathways to higher education administration for African American women
Source:Stylus Pub., Volume 1st, Sterling, Va., p.143 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LB2341 .P39 2012
Keywords:African American women college administrators, Educational leadership--United States
Contents: Existing pathways : a historical overview of black women in higher eduction administration / Melanie Hayden Glover -- Essential skills for the leadership path / Marguerite M. McClinton and LeKita Scott Dawkins -- Direction along the path : mentoring and black female administrators / Tamara Bertrand Jones and Waltina Dufor -- Service on the administrative pathway / Lisa K. Thompson and LaKita Scott Dawkins -- Leveling the pathway : balancing work and family / Marguerite M. McClinton -- Influencing pathways : African American administrators as eddective mentors to African American students / Tamara Y. Futrell ... [et al.] -- The community-engaged professional : nurturing your passion on the academic path / Kimberly King-Jupiter -- The ties that bind : pathways to student affairs and academic affairs administration / Kandance G. Hinton -- Decisions to make (or not) along the career path / Mary Howard-Hamilton and Carol Logan Patitu -- Historically black college or university or predominantly white institution? : chosing your institutional path / LeKita Scott Dawkins -- The pathway to your dreams in academia : seven practical considerations / Darnita Killian and Marguerite M. McClinton -- Connecting the paths : guiding institutions and administrators into the future / Tamara Bertrand Jones and LeKita Scott Dawkins.