Cindy Roper, of the Charles H. Houston Center and Keneisha Harrington, a doctoral student in Clemson’s Educational and Organizational Leadership Development department presented a paper at the Eastern Educational Research Association’s annual conference. The study was titled, "School Context, School Leadership, and Change: Increasing Academic Performance in a High-Needs Elementary School."
Dr. Fine presented scholarship at the NASPA annual conference in Los Angeles, California. The title of the presentation was, "A Different World: Preparing HBCU Students for Success in Graduate Education at a PWI."
Dr. Flowers presented research at the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education’s annual conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. The presentation described research findings concerning the factors influencing career identity among African American college students.
At the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Dr. Flowers participated in the 23rd Annual Continuation of Conversations with Senior Scholars on Advancing Research and Professional Development Related to Black Education. During the session, Dr. Flowers discussed strategies for developing and evaluating research and educational programs.
Dr. Fine presented research at the American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting in Toronto, Canada. The presentation focused on athletic scandals and institutional perceptions.