The Black student's pathway to graduate study and beyond : the making of a scholar /

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Other Authors: Farmer, Evelyn Shepherd W. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Charlotte, North Carolina : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2023]
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book


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505 0 |a PATHWAY I: EMBARKING ON THE GRADUATE ADMISSIONS PROCESS -- 1. Graduate Admissions and Affirmative Action: The Effect of Critical Race Theory -- 2. Strategies for Admission to the Best Graduate Schools -- 3. When the Smoke Clears: What You Need to Know About Standardized Testing After COVID-19 -- 4. Minority Scholarships, Loans, and Grants to Support Graduate Education -- 5. Diversity, Equity, and Innovation: Imperatives for Today's Graduate Programs -- PATHWAY II: CONFRONTING RACE AND GENDER DISPARITIES IN GRADUATE EDUCATION -- 6. Research as a Site of Resistance: A Phenomenological Study of Black Women in U.S. Doctoral Education -- 7. Inventing Failure: Being Black and Male in Liberal Arts Graduate Programs Such as Philosophy -- PATHWAY III: PERSEVERING TO THE GRADUATE DEGREE -- 8. Surviving the Major Examination Gamut: Qualifying and Comprehensive -- 9. Preventing Plagiarism in Scholarly Graduate Research -- 10. Employing Scholarly Writing Skills Using Style Manuals for Writing Dissertation Proposals and Dissertations -- 11. Using Discipline to Develop and Maintain Good Study Habits and Techniques -- 12. Toward a Paradigm Shift: Adjusting to Technology in Graduate Education -- 13. Navigating the Doctoral Process: Using Critical Race Theory to Examine the Value of Developing a Mentor Relationship -- 14. Networking Through Your Academic Journey: Bolstering Successful Passage Into STEM-Related Careers -- PATHWAY IV: ADJUSTING TO THE SOCIALIZATION OF GRADUATE EDUCATION -- 15. Psychosocial Adjustment to the Graduate School Environment -- 16. Developing a Global Identity Among Black American, Black African, Black Caribbean, and Other Black Students -- 17. Maintaining Black Pride, Self-Esteem, and Self-Confidence in Graduate Education and Beyond -- 18. Race, Color, and Racialization in Graduate Education -- PATHWAY V: PREPARING FOR SUCCESS BEYOND GRADUATE EDUCATION -- 19. Black Scholarship and How to Increase Publication Opportunities Early for Black Doctoral Students -- 20. The Career Hunt: Putting it All Together and Marketing Yourself in Your Career Field. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
650 0 |a African Americans  |x Education (Graduate) 
650 0 |a African American graduate students  |x Social conditions. 
650 0 |a School-to-work transition  |z United States. 
650 0 |a Minorities in higher education  |z United States. 
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