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At the Soul of Leadership: Authentic Perspectives on STEM Reform from HBCUs

This issue features research articles written by Center for the Advancement of STEM Leadership (CASL) fellows on proven HBCU leadership approaches that have broadened the participation of historically underrepresented groups in STEM. 

The work presented in this issue of Peer Review was generously funded by the National Science Foundation Historically Black Colleges and Universities–Undergraduate Program. The opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.


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From the Guest Editors

Kelly Mack, Orlando Taylor, Camille McKayle, Goldie S. Byrd, Charles McClintock, Melvin Hall, Margaret Kanipes, Comfort Okpala, Kate Winter, and Maria Qadri


Tonya L. Smith-Jackson, North Carolina A&T State University and National Science Foundation; Goldie S. Byrd, Wake Forest School of Medicine

Triscia W. Hendrickson and John K. Haynes; both of Morehouse College

Monica Stephens, Spelman College; and Zakiya S. Wilson-Kennedy, Louisiana State University

Mohammed A. Qazi, Tuskegee University; and Martha Escobar, Oakland University

Scott Horrell, Jana Marcette, and Sudarsan Kant; all of Harris-Stowe State University

Eric L. Buckles, Nia W. Haydel, Janice Thompson-Sanchez, and Yolanda W. Page; all of Dillard University

Michelle D. Peterson, University of the Virgin Islands

Reality Check

Claudia Rankins, National Science Foundation

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