Centers and Institutes

Journal Articles

At the Charles H. Houston Center, faculty and staff conduct research pertaining to the center's mission and priorities. Below are the most recent articles that were published in scholarly journals. These articles highlight issues, present data, and provide critical information concerning the Black experience and diversity issues in education.

Journal Articles

Title

Research Area

Author

Supporting the Pathway to the Professoriate:
A Descriptive Overview of a Faculty Development Program

Student Development

Jerlando F. L. Jackson
Lamont A. Flowers

Effects of Greek Affiliation on African American Students’
Engagement: Differences by College Racial Composition

Student Development

Lori D. Patton
Brian K. Bridges
Lamont A. Flowers

Concurrent Validity of the Learning and Study
Strategies Inventory (LASSI): A Study of African
American Precollege Students

Student Development

Lamont A. Flowers
Brian K. Bridges
James L. Moore III

Differences in Perceptions of Structure Dependence
among Students in Online and Traditional Science
and Engineering Courses at a Historically Black Institution

Student Development

Lawrence O. Flowers
James L. Moore III
Lamont A. Flowers

Unraveling the Composition of Academic Leadership in
Higher Education: Exploring Administrative Diversity at
2-Year and 4-Year Institutions

Access and Equity

Lamont A. Flowers
James L. Moore III

Nonfiction in the Early Grades: Making Reading and Writing
Relevant for All Students

Academic Achievement

Tiffany A. Flowers
Lamont A. Flowers

Racial Differences in the Impact of Participating in Advanced
Placement Programs on Educational and Labor Market Outcomes

Educational Attainment
Labor Market Outcomes

Lamont A. Flowers

Factors Affecting Urban African American High School Students'
Achievement in Reading

Academic Achievement

Tiffany A. Flowers
Lamont A. Flowers

Recommendations for Research to Improve Reading Achievement
for African American Students

Academic Achievement

Lamont A. Flowers

Effects of Attending a 2-Year Institution on African American Males’
Academic and Social Integration in the First Year of College

Student Development

Lamont A. Flowers