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Jackson, J. F. L., Charleston, L. J., Lewis, C. W., & Gilbert, J. E. (2017). Arizona’s rising STEM occupational demands and declining participation in the scientific workforce: An examination of attitudes among African Americans toward STEM college majors and careers. Texas Education Review, 5(2), 91-111.

Adserias, R. P., Charleston, L. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2017). What style of leadership is best suited to direct organizational change to fuel institutional diversity in higher education? Race, Ethnicity and Education, 20(3), 315-331.

O’Callaghan, E. M., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2016). Exploring gender disparities in senior-level position attainment in the academic workforce: Does evidence suggest a glass ceiling? Journal of the Professoriate, 8(2), 30-62.

Aderias, R. P., Charleston, L. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2016). What styles of leadership is best suited to direct organizational change to fuel institutional diversity in higher education? Journal or Race Ethnicity and Education, 1 – 17.

Dillion Jr, E. C., Gilbert, G. E., Jackson, J. F. L., & Charleston, L. J. (2016). Expanding the pipeline: The state of African Americans in computing science.Computing Research News, 27(8), 2 – 6.

Dillon, E. C., Gilbert., J. E., Jackson, J. F. L., & Charleston, L. J. (2015). The state of African-Americans in computer science: The need to increase representation. Computing Research News, 27(8).

Gilbert, J. E., Jackson, J. F. L., Dillion, E. C., & Charleston, L. J. (2015). Broadening participation African Americans in the U.S. computing sciences workforce: An exploration of the education-to-work pipeline. Communications of ACM, 58(7), 35-38.

Charleston, L. J., Charleston, S. A., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2014). Using culturally responsive practices to broaden participation in the educational pipeline: Addressing the unfinished business of Brown in the field of computing sciences. Journal of Negro Education, 83(3), 400-419.

Charleston, L. J., Adserias, R. P., Lang, N., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2014). Intersectionality and STEM: The role of race and gender in the academic pursuits of African American women in STEM. Journal of Progressive Policy & Practice, 2(3).

Jackson, J. F. L., & Flowers, L.A. (2014). Supporting the pathway to the professoriate: A descriptive overview of a faculty development program. Journal of Faculty Development, 28(1), 83-84.

Charleston, L. J., George, P. L., Jackson, J. F. L., Berhanu, J., & Amechi, M. H. (2014). Navigating Underrepresented STEM Spaces: Experiences of Black Women in U.S. Computing Science Higher Education Programs Who Actualize Success. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 7(3), 166-176.

Jackson, J.F.L., Charleston, L.J., & Gilbert, J.E. (2014). The Use of Regional Data Collection to Inform University Led Initiatives: The Case of a STEM Education SWOT Analysis. Journal of STEM Education, 15(1), 11-19.

Charleston, L. J., Gilbert, J. E., Escobar, B., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2014). Creating a Pipeline for African American Computing Science Faculty: An Innovative Faculty/Research Mentoring Program Model. Journal of Faculty Development, 28(1), 85-92.

Jackson, J.F.L., Charleston, L.J., Gilbert, J.E., & Seals, C. (2013). Changing Attitudes About Computing Science at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Benefits of an Intervention Program Designed for Undergraduates. Journal of African American Studies, 2(17), 162-173

Charleston, L.J. (2012). A Qualitative Investigation of African Americans’ Decision to Pursue Computing Science Degrees: Implications for Cultivating Career Choice and Aspiration. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 5(4), 222-243.

Jackson, J. F. L., & O’Callaghan, E. M. (2011) Understanding Employment Disparities Using Glass Ceiling Effects Criteria: An Examination of Race/Ethnicity and Senior-Level Position Attainment Across the Academic Workforce. Journal of the Professoriate, 5(2), 67-99.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2010). What Music Can Teach Us about Managing Diversity in Higher Education [Foreword]. In T. E. Dancy (Ed.), Managing Diversity: (Re)Visioning Equity on College Campuses. NY, NY: Peter Lang.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2010). Reconciling Two Warring Ideals: The Cultural Bifurcation of an African American Male Scholar [Prefactory]Journal of African American Males in Education, 1(3), 164–166.

Leon, R. A., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2009). Examining Academic Leadership Position Attainment in Higher Education: Evidence from NSOPF: 99. Annuals of the Next Generation, 2(1), 46-63.

Kile, K., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2009). Administrative Work in Higher Education: A Review of Empirical Research. Annuals of the Next Generation, 2(1), 64-83.

Jackson, J. F. L., & O’Callaghan, E. M. (2009).What Do We Know About Glass Ceiling Effects? A Taxonomy and Critical Review to Inform Higher Education Research. Research in Higher Education, 50, 460-482.

Gilbert, J. E., Jackson, J. F. L., Seals, C. (2008). African American Researchers in Computing Sciences: A Model for Broadening Participation in Computing. Computing Research News: A Publication for the Computer Research Association, 20, 3.

Jackson, J. F. L., & O’Callaghan, E. M. (2008). How Diverse has Computer Science Faculty Become During the Past Decade (1993-2004)? IEEE Computer, 41, 104-107.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2008). Race Segregation Across the Academic Workforce: Exploring Factors that May Contribute to the Disparate Representation of African American Men. American Behavioral Scientist, 51, 1004-1029.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2006). The Nature of Academic Deans’ Work: Moving Toward an Academic Executive Behavioral Model in Higher Education. Journal of the Professoriate, 1(1), 7-22.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Daniels, B. D. (2006). A Pilot Study of the Workplace Experiences for White Student Affairs Professionals at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Implications for Organizational Culture and Future Research. NASAP Journal, 8(1), 26-49.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2006). Hiring practices of African American males in academic leadership position at American colleges and universities: An employment trends and disparate impact analysis. Teachers College Record, 108(2), 316-338.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Moore III, J. L. (2006). African American Males in Education: Endangered or Ignored? Teachers College Record, 108(2), 201-205.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). Engaging, Retaining, and Advancing African Americans to Executive-Level Positions: A Descriptive and Trend Analysis of Academic Administrators in Higher and Postsecondary Education. Journal of Negro Education, 73(1), 4-20.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Peterson, K.D. (2004). Executive Behavior: An Examination of Select Studies for Three Decades of Administrative Work Across Organizational Settings, Industries, and Contexts. Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 10(3), 82-90.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). Toward a Business Model of Executive Behavior: An Exploration of the Workdays of Four College of Education Deans at Large Research Universities. The Review of Higher Education, 27(3), 409-427.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Kile, K. (2004). Does a Nexus Exist between the Work of Administrators and Student Outcomes in Higher Education?: An Answer from a Systematic Review of Research. Innovative Higher Education, 28(4), 285-301.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). A crisis at the top: A national perspective [Editor’s Introduction]. Top Line: A Status Report on African American Leadership in Higher and Postsecondary Education [Special Focused Section]. Journal of Negro Education, 73(1), 1-3.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2003). Toward Administrative Diversity: An Analysis of the African American Male Educational Pipeline. The Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(1), 43-60.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2003). Engaging, Retaining, and Advancing African Americans in Student Affairs Administration: An Analysis of Employment Status. NASAP Journal, 6(1), 9-24.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Gmelch, W. H. (2003). How Associate Deans’ Positions are Designed within the Context of the Top 50 Colleges and Schools of Education. Peabody Journal of Education, 87(2), 88-110.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Flowers, L. A. (2003). Retaining African American Student Affairs Administrators: Voices from the Field. College Student Affairs Journal, 22(2), 125-136.

Heggins, W. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2003). Understanding the collegiate experience for Asian international students at a Midwestern research university. College Student Journal, 37(3), 379- 391.

Jackson, J.F.L. (2003). [Book Review] Black American Students in an Affluent Suburb: A Study of Academic Disengagement. Journal of College Student Development, 44 (6), 867-870.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2002). Retention of African American Administrators at Predominantly White Institutions: Using Professional Growth Factors to Inform the Discussion. College and University, 78(2), 11-16.

Flowers, L. A., Jackson, J. F. L., & Bridges, B. K. (2002). Influences on Precollege Students’ use of Study Strategies. Journal of Critical Inquiry Into Curriculum and Instruction, 4(1), 10-15.

Snowden, M. T., Jackson, J. F. L., & Flowers, L. A. (2002). An Examination of the Efficiency of the Proposed Remedies and Settlement for Ayers: Based on a Study of Black College Students in Mississippi. NASAP Journal, 5(1), 7-20.

Jackson, J. F. L., Snowden, M. T., & Eckes, S. E. (2002). Fordice as a Window of Opportunity: The Case for Maintaining Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) as Predominantly Black Institutions. West’s Educational Law Reporter, 161, 1-19.

Heggins, L. D., Jackson, J. F. L., & Parks, E. R. (2001). People of Nia: The Story of a Black Graduation. College and University, 77(1), 23-27.

Jackson, J.F.L. (2001). [Book Review] Succeeding in an Academic Career: A Guide for Faculty of Color. Journal of College Student Development, 42(5), 496-499.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Ebbers, L. H. (1999). Bridging the Academic-Social Divide: Academic and Student Affairs Collaboration. The College Student Journal, 33(3), 380-384.

Jackson, J. F. L., Nelson, J. R., Heggins, W. J., Schuh, J. H., & Baatz, C. M. (1999).  Guidelines for Writing for Publication: Demystifying the Process. College and University, 75(1), 11-14.

Jackson, J. F. L. (1999). Mentoring Program at Auburn University: Reducing Risk Factors for African American Male Students. Journal of Educational Opportunity, 17(2), 25-30.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Tenclinger, B. W. (1998, April – May). NPHC/IFC/CPH Relations: A Product of the Greek Structure. Perspectives. Association of Fraternity Advisors Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana, 16-17.

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Aderias, R. P., Charleston, L. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2018). What Style of Leadership is Best Suited to Direct Organizational Change to Fuel Institutional Diversity in Higher Education? In S. A. Tate & P. B. (Eds), Building the Anti-Racist University. Routledge: United Kingdom.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2017). A pioneer in the field: Melvin C. Terrell’s significant contributions to diversifying student affairs administration. In J. F. L. Jackson, L. J. Charleston, C. K. Gilbert (Eds.), Advancing equity and diversity in student affairs: A Festschrift in honor of Melvin C. Terrell (pp. 3-8). Charlotte: NC, Information Age Press.

Charleston, L. J., Jackson, J. F. L., & Berhanu. J (2017). Responding to the growth of diversity on American college campuses: Strategies for creating inclusive institutions. In J. F. L. Jackson, L. J. Charleston, C. K. Gilbert (Eds.), Advancing equity and diversity in student affairs: A Festschrift in honor of Melvin C. Terrell (pp. 167-182). Charlotte: NC, Information Age Press.

Jackson, J. F. L., Parrish III, W. P., & Contreras, C. (2017). Applying an engagement, retention, and advancement model for administrators of color in higher and postsecondary education. In J. F. L. Jackson, L. J. Charleston, C. K. Gilbert (Eds.), Advancing equity and diversity in student affairs: A Festschrift in honor of Melvin C. Terrell (pp. 371-386). Charlotte: NC, Information Age Press.

Charleston, L. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2016). The impact of media imagery on academic identity development for Black Male student-athletes. In P. A. Pasque, M. P. Ting, N. Ortega, & J. C. Burkhardt (Eds.), Transforming understandings of diversity in higher education: Demography, democracy and discourse(pp. TBD). Sterling, VA: Stylus.

Charleston, L. J., Gilbert, J. E., Jackson, J. F. L., & Adserias, R. P. (2015). African-American researchers in computing sciences: Expanding the pool of participation. In P. H. Mosley & S. K. Hargrove (Eds.), Navigating academia: A guide for women and minority STEM faculty (pp. 155 – 168). London, UK: Academic Press.

Charleston, L. J., Jackson, J. F. L., & Gilbert (2014). Preparing the Next Generation of African American Computing Science Faculty: A Response to the Obama Administration’s Scientific Workforce Priorities. In E. M. Zamani-Gallaher (Ed.), The Obama Administration and educational reform: Research, policy and praxis (pp. 205-222). West Yorkshire, UK: Emerald Press.

Leon, R. A., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2014). Examining Glass Ceiling Effects: A Multisector Artifact Analysis Perspective. In T. Sherwood (Ed.), Encyclopedia of diversity and social justice (pp. 457-462). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Jackson, J. F. L., O’Callaghan, E. M., & Adserias, R. P. (2014). Approximating glass ceiling effects using cross-sectional data. In J. F. L. Jackson, E. M. O’Callaghan, & R. A. Leon (Eds.), (2014). Measuring glass ceiling effects in higher education: Opportunities and challenges. New Directions for Institutional Research (159) (pp. 37-47). Jossey-Bass Press.

Charleston, L. J. (2014). Using Human Resource Software Technology to Mitigate Glass Ceiling Effects in Higher Education:Interdisciplinary Applications for Managing Diversity. In Measuring Glass Ceiling Effects in Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges: New Directions for Institutional Research,Number 159. Jossey-Bass Press.

Berhanu, J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2012). Untold Stories: An Examination of Selected Experiences of Black Male Graduate Students at an Ivy League Institution. Black Males in Postsecondary Education: Examining their Experiences in Diverse Institutional Contexts. Information Age.

Jackson, J. F. L., Charleston, L. J., George, P. L., & Gilbert, J. E. (2012). Factors that Attract African American Males to Computer Science: A Study of Aspiring and Current Professionals. In M. C. Brown & T. E. Dancy (Eds.), African American Males and Education: Researching the Convergence of Race and Identity(pp. 189 – 201). Information Age.

Jackson, J. F. L., Charleston, L. J., Lewis, C. W., Gilbert, J. E., & Middleton, L. P. (2012). Rising STEM Occupational Demands and Low American American Participants in Arizona’s Scientific Workforce: Do Attitudes Toward STEM College Majors and Careers Matter? The State of Black Arizona: Volume III. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Charleston, L. J. (2012). Differential Gender Outcomes of Career Exploration Sessions for African American Undergraduates: An Examination of a Computing Science Outreach Effort at Predominantly White Institutions. In C. R. Chambers & R. V. Sharpe (Eds.), Black African Female Undergraduates on Campus: Success and Challenges (pp. 185-197). Emerald Group Publishing.

Charleston, L. J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2011). Future Faculty/Research Scientist Mentoring Program: Proven Coping Strategies for Successful Matriculation of African American in Computing Science Doctoral Programs. In W. F. Tate & H. T. Frierson (Eds.), Beyond Stock Stories and Folktales: African Americans Paths to STEM Fields (pp. 287-305).  Emerald Group Publishing.

Jackson, J. F. L., Moore III, J. L., & Leon, R. A. (2010). Male Underachievement in Education Across the Globe: A Shift in Paradigm for Gender Disparities Regarding Academic Achievement. In P. Peterson, E. Baker, & B. McGaw (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education (volume 1) (pp. 838-844). Oxford: Elsevier.

Jackson, J. F. L., & Leon, R. A. (2010). Enlarging Our Understanding of Glass Ceiling Effects with Social Closure Theory in Higher Education. In J. C. Smart (Ed.), Higher Education: The Handbook of Theory and Research (pp. 351-379). NY, NY: Springer Publishing.

Jackson, J. F. L., Gilbert, J. E., Charleston, L. J., Gosha, K. (2009). Differential gender effects of a STEM-based intervention: An examination of the African American researchers in computing sciences program. In H. T. Frierson, W. Pearson, J. H. Wyche (Eds.), Programs, policy and academe as pertains to Black American males in higher education (pp. 317-330). Bingley, UK: Emerald.

McCurtis, B. R., Jackson, J. F. L., & O’Callaghan, E. M. (2009). Developing Leaders of Color in Higher Education: Addressing Historical Employment Trends with Contemporary Programs. In A. Kezar (Ed.)., New Horizons for Leadership Development for Faculty and Administrators in Higher Education (pp. 65-92). Stylus Publishing.

Jackson, J. F. L.  (2007). A Systematic Analysis of the African American Educational Pipeline to Inform Research, Policy, and Practice. In J. F. L. Jackson (Ed.), Strengthening the Educational Pipeline for African Americans: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice (pp. 1-14). Albany, NY: SUNY Press

Jackson, J. F. L., & Daniels, B. D. (2007). A National Progress Report of African Americans in the Administrative Workforce in Higher Education. In J. F. L. Jackson (Ed.), Strengthening the Educational Pipeline for African Americans: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice (pp. 115- 137). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Jackson, J. F. L.  (2007). Reconceptualizing the African American Educational Pipeline: New Perspectives from a Systematic Analysis. In J. F. L. Jackson (Ed.), Strengthening the Educational Pipeline for African Americans: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice (pp. 197-209). Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Jackson, J. F. L., Terrell, M. C., & Heard, R. L. (2007). The Complexity of Maintaining a Safe Campus in Higher Education: An Administrative Dilemma. In J. F. L Jackson, & M. C. Terrell (Eds.), Toward Administrative Reawakening: Creating and Maintaining Safe Campuses (pp. 3-11). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Verma-Soin, M., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2007). Where Do South American Women Administrators Fit in? The Case of Jasmine Kaur at Mega University. In O. G. Brown, K. G. Hinton, & M. Howard-Hamilton (Eds.), Unleashing Suppressed Voices on College Campuses (pp. 93-103). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Cole, D. G., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2005). Racial Integration in Higher Education and Students’ Educational Satisfaction 50 Years. In Byrne, D. N. (Eds.), Brown v. Board of Education: Its Impact on Public Education 1954-2004 (pp. 249-270). New York, NY: The Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund.

Smith, N. A., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). Religious Institutions in the United States: Research Challenges. In J. E. Lane & M.C. Brown (Eds.), Diverse institutions. New Directions for Institutional Research (pp. 31-48).

Jackson, J. F. L., & Phelps, L. A. (2004). Diversity in the Two-Year College Academic Workforce. In B. V. Laden (Ed.), Serving Minority Populations. New Directions for Community Colleges (pp. 79-88).

Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). An Emerging Engagement, Retention, and Advancement Model for African American Administrators at Predominantly White Institutions: The Results of Two Delphi Studies. In D. Cleveland (Ed.), A Long Way to Go: Conversations about Race by African American Faculty and Graduate Students in Higher Education (pp. 211-222). New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Baskin, D. M., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). Responding to tension on campus. In L. A. Flowers (Ed.), Diversity issues in American colleges and universities: Case studies for higher education and student affairs professionals (pp. 103-106). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Baggot, J., & Jackson, J. F. L. (2004). It’s all in your mind. In L. A. Flowers (Ed.), Diversity issues in American colleges and universities: Case studies for higher education and student affairs professionals (pp. 197-200). Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2003). How to Move through your Graduate Program Successfully. In V. L. Farmer (Ed.), The Black Student’s Guide to Graduate and Professional School Success (pp. 350-354). Westport, CT: Greenwood.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2002). Executive Behavior Patterns of Academic Deans. In W. H. Gmelch (Ed.), Deans’ Balancing Acts: Education Leaders and the Challenges They Face (pp. 89-97).Washington, DC: AACTE.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2001). A New Test for Diversity: Retaining African American Administrators at Predominantly White Institutions. In L. Jones (Ed.), Retaining African Americans in Higher Education: Challenging Paradigms for Retaining Students, Faculty, and Administrators (pp. 93- 109). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Jackson, J. F. L. (2000). Administrators of Color at Predominantly White Institutions. In Jones (Ed.), Brothers of the Academy: Up and Coming African Americans Earning Our Way in Higher Education! (pp. 42-52). Sterling, VA: Stylus Publication.

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