Paris Wicker

Paris Wicker
University of Wisconsin–Madison | UW · Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis

Doctor of Philosophy
PhD student and graduate project assistant

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According to national survey data, Black graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are more likely than Black non-HBCU graduates to be thriving in financial, purpose, and social well-being, indicating strong social support, motivation to achieve goals, and economic stability (Gallup, 2015). Likewise, Tribal College or Univer...
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According to national survey data, Black graduates of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are more likely than Black non-HBCU graduates to be thriving in financial, purpose, and social well-being, indicating strong social support, motivation to achieve goals, and economic stability (Gallup, 2015). Likewise, Tribal College or Univer...
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Although Black women’s graduate degree attainment has nearly doubled since 2000, Sekile M. Nzinga’s Lean Semesters provides a complex picture into this social reality in academia, with the cen- tral argument that American higher education operates as a hyper-producer of inequity for marginalized populations, particularly academic women of color. Ad...
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A case study engaging issues of campus climate and institutional change in Higher Education.

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