Contributing Factors to Earning Tenure among Black Male Counselor Educators
The authors used a phenomenological research design and a critical race theory lens to examine interviews with 8 Black male counselor educators and learn what contributed to their earning tenure. Participants described requisite personal dispositions and institutional support as contributing factors. Recommendations include facilitating programmatic sociocultural awareness, assessing faculty experiences, and coordinating mentoring opportunities.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Hannon, Michael; Nadrich, Tyce; Ferguson, Alfonso L.; Bonner, Matthew W.; Ford, David J.; and Vereen, Linwood G., "Contributing Factors to Earning Tenure among Black Male Counselor Educators" (2019). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 18.