Recruiting & Retaining African American Administrators in Higher Education

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Recruiting & Retaining African American Administrators in Higher Education by Mind Map: Recruiting & Retaining African American Administrators in Higher Education

1. Statistical Data

1.1. 2017 Great Colleges Recognized by Category and Enrollment Size.

1.2. Chronicle Great Colleges.

1.3. Gender, Race, and Ethnicity of College Administrators, Faculty, and Staff, Fall 2015.

1.4. Status of Ethnic and Racial Diversity in College and University Administration.

2. Prior Research

2.1. Faculty

2.1.1. Coloring the Academic Landscape: Faculty of Color Breaking the Silence in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities.

2.1.2. Effectively Recruiting Faculty of Color at Highly Selective Institutions: A School of Education Case Study

2.1.3. Recruitment and Retention of Non-Caucasian Faculty at Small Midwestern Private Institutions

2.1.4. Recruitment without Retention: A Critical Case of Black Faculty Unrest.

2.2. Administrators

2.2.1. African American Administrators at PWIs: Enablers of and Barriers to Career Success

2.2.2. Engaging, Retaining, and Advancing African American in Executive-Level Positions: A Descriptive and Trend Analysis of Academic Administrators in Higher and Postsecondary Education

2.2.3. Factors Influencing Engagement, Retention, and Advancement for Administrators of Color.

2.2.4. Person First, Student Second: Staff and Administrators of Color Supporting Students of Color Authentically in Higher Education.

3. Concepts and Context

3.1. A Historical Overview of Black Women in Higher Education Administration.

3.2. African American College Students

3.3. Critical Race Theory

3.4. Factors Influencing Engagement, Retention, and Advancement for Administrators of Color.

3.5. Faculty of Color in Academe: What 20 Years of Literature Tells Us.

3.6. Nine Themes in Campus Racial Climates and Implications for Institutional Transformation.

3.7. Oppression and Its Effect On College Student Identity Development.

3.8. Pathways to Higher Education Administration for African American Women

3.9. Person First, Student Second: Staff and Administrators of Color Supporting Students of Color Authentically in Higher Education.

3.10. Toward Administrative Diversity: An Analysis of the African-American Male

3.11. Transitioning Normalcy: Organizational Culture, African American Administrators, and Diversity Leadership in Higher Education.

3.12. Understanding Multiculturalism and Multicultural Competence Among College Students. Educational Pipeline.

4. Narratives

4.1. African American Administrators at PWIs: Enablers of and Barriers to Career Success

4.2. Effectively Recruiting Faculty of Color at Highly Selective Institutions: A School of Education Case Study

4.3. Recruitment and Retention of Non-Caucasian Faculty at Small Midwestern Private Institutions

4.4. Recruitment without Retention: A Critical Case of Black Faculty Unrest.

4.5. Retaining African American Student Affairs Administrators: Voices from the field.

4.6. Pathways to Higher Education Administration for African American Women

4.7. Person First, Student Second: Staff and Administrators of Color Supporting Students of Color Authentically in Higher Education.

5. Strategies

5.1. African American Administrators at PWIs: Enablers of and Barriers to Career Success

5.2. Searching for Excellence & Diversity.

6. Higher Ed Highlights

6.1. Meeting the Needs of All Students and Staff Members: The Challenge of Diversity.

6.2. Uncovering Cultural Biases in the Search and Hiring Process.

6.3. When Recruiting Minority Faculty Members Isn't Enough.