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978-0-7618-7020-3 • Hardback • August 2018 • $76.00 • (£58.00)
978-0-7618-7021-0 • eBook • August 2018 • $68.00 • (£52.00)
Dr Terence Hicks is an accomplished author/editor, an award winning university Dean and an experienced research methodologist/statistician who has over 16 years of service as a research professor. Dr. Hicks has published seven (7) books on the college student population and over 90 combined research publications and/or presentations.
Dr. Lemuel W. Watson is the Executive Director for the Center for Innovation in Higher Education and the former Dean of the College of Education at the University of South Carolina and Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policies. Dr. Watson is a Fulbright Scholar to Belarus and has written articles, books, and served as editor for several volumes related to organizational behavior, educational leadership and administration, human development, public policy, K-12 issues, and higher education.
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Foreword by Abul Pitre
About the Authors
In the 21st century, we need more research around the experiences of Black administrators and the impact of their leadership in diverse higher education settings. Terence Hicks and Lemuel Watson book fill this research void by providing narratives from the voices of Black administrators and students who toil the higher education terrain.
— Abul Pitre, Fayetteville State University, North Carolina
What an insightful collection of explorations and narratives giving testament to the importance of knowing our professional and personal selves. To thine own selves be true, and therein, begins the journey of leadership for and in higher education. Reflections from these transparent accounts in Terence Hicks and Lemuel Watson edited volume reaffirm this simple trut
— RoSusan D. Bartee, Professor of Educational Leadership, University of Mississippi