THE BIAS DETECTIVE
- Program prepares African American students for academic careers. // Liberal Education;May/Jun91, Vol. 77 Issue 3, p64
Focuses on the Preparing Minorities for Academic Careers (PMAC) program funded by the Charles A. Dana Foundation. Participating colleges and universities; Figures on the number of Afro-American academicians; Encouragement of young black scholars to pursue PhDs and careers in the academe;...
- Retaining master jugglers. Malveaux, Julianne // Black Issues in Higher Education;03/05/98, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p40
Contends that many African-American college professors have to meet too many demands on their time. Priority of the professors; Ratio of Black faculty to Black students; Description of the junior faculty's aims.
- Economics and the real world. Ruffins, Paul // Black Issues in Higher Education;10/16/97, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p22
Provides information on reason why black faculty members should not expect tenure to protect them from the economic forces reshaping academia. Comments from Mike Leary, Bennington spokesman.
- Scientists link racism, prejudice to simply being dumb. Ruckman, S. E. // Native American Times;2/3/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
The author discusses a study by psychologists at Brock University which indicated that racism and prejudice are inversely correlated with intelligence, and argues that personal beliefs, even those that are long held, can change over time.
- Vernacular theory. // American Visions;Jun/Jul94, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p12
Reports on the conference `African-American Voices: Language, Literature and Criticism in Vernacular Theory and Pedagogy' at the Pennsylvania State University on June 21 to 25, 1994. Topics; Speakers; Importance of knowledge about the black vernacular tradition.
- MENTORING AFRICAN AMERICAN FACULTY IN PREDOMINANTLY WHITE INSTITUTIONS. Tillman, Linda C. // Research in Higher Education;Jun2001, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p295
Mentoring has been identified as a method to facilitate the professional growth and development of African American faculty and to increase their representation in predominantly White institutions. However, there is little empirical evidence from studies of this group to suggest that this is the...
- Pushed to the margins. Thompson, Carolyn J.; Dey, Eric L. // Journal of Higher Education;May/Jun98, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p324
Presents information on stress among African American faculty members. Marginality experienced by African American faculty; Factors contributing to stress among African American faculty; Aspects of research on stress in African American faculty; Analysis of statistical data compiled; Results of...
- TELEVISED APPEAL RAISED $MILLION ENDOWMENT FUND. // Ebony;Oct1955, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p38
The article focuses on the success of the appeal of African American professor Doctor Laurence Clifton Jones, founder of the co-educational Piney Woods School in Mississippi, for a million people to send a dollar apiece for the institution in the television (TV) program "This Is Your Life."
- CAREER OF JONES IS MUCH LIKE THAT OF SCHWEITZER. // Ebony;Oct1955, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p41
The article looks at the philosophies and career of African American professor Doctor Laurence Clifton Jones, founder of the co-educational Piney Woods School in Mississippi.