Accomplishments

  AWARDS/DISTINCTIONS/HONORS

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Distinctions

  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2018 (15th) Edition
  • Dr. James L. Moore III was honored by The Ohio State University’s undergraduate students in the SPHINX Senior Class Honorary at the 29th Annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Reception. He was recognized as an outstanding member of the university community (Spring 2018).
  • Biography, 2018 South Carolina Department of Education African American History Calendar (The 12-month calendar profiles individuals from across the state who have made significant impacts through public service, medicine, education, preservation, and business. Each honoree was selected for enriching South Carolina’s history and being an ambassador for the state.).
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2015 (13th) Edition
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2014 (12th) Edition
  • Biography, OnlineSchoolsOhio 2013 Edition (OnlineSchoolsOhio recognized top African American professors throughout the state of Ohio)
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2013 (11th) Edition
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2012 (10th) Edition
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2011 (9th) Edition
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2010 (8th) Edition
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2009 (7th) Edition
  • Biography, Ohio Magazine 2008 Excellence in Education, 2009 Edition (Ohio Magazine recognized outstanding teachers at colleges and universities throughout the state.)
  • Biography, Who’s Who in Black Columbus, 2008 (6th) Edition
  • Biography, Prestige International Who’s Who Registries of Outstanding Professionals, 2007 Edition
  • Biography, Manchester Who’s Who among Professionals in Counseling and Development, 2005/2006 Edition
  • Biography, Academic Key’s Who’s Who in Education, 2003 Edition
  • Biography, Outstanding Young Men of America, 1998 Edition

Honors

  • Invited to give an inaugural mini-keynote address, on November 16, 2018, at the National Association for Gifted Children’s Annual Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. His address was titled, “Advanced Academics: Considerations in Recruiting and Retaining Black Males.”
  • Invited to participate, on October 1-2, 2018, as an expert panelist at the Accelerating Engineering Research Center Preparedness Workshop, sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
  • Invited to participate as an expert panelist for one of the featured plenaries at the 2018 National Urban League Conference titled, “No Ceilings on Success: The Politics and Practices of Urban Education.”
  • Recognized by Education Week as one of the nation’s 200 most influential scholars that shape educational policy and practice.
  • Inducted as a new member of the Diversity Scholars Network through the National Center for Institutional Diversity at the University of Michigan (Autumn 2017).
  • Invited to participate as an expert panelist for one of the many scheduled panels for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s workshop titled, “The Growing Absence of Black Men in Medicine and Science: An American Crisis.” The meeting was convened at the National Academies’ Constitution Avenue Building in Washington, DC on November 20-21, 2017, and this specific panel session focused on current innovative and exploratory strategies to support the entry of Black men into the sciences and medicine (Autumn 2017).
  • Invited to serve as an expert panelist to share his expertise and insights on Black males at the annual conference for the American Association for Medical Colleges (AAMC). The panel was titled, “From Data to Action: Engaging Black Men in Medicine,” and it convened in Boston, Massachusetts on Sunday, November 5, 2017 (Autumn 2017).
  • Invited to serve as keynote speaker on September 14, 2017 at Delaware State University to share important life and academic insights to undergraduate students, especially freshmen, at the annual ceremoniously convocation (Autumn 2017).
  • Invited to serve on a work group for the Executives’ Alliance for Boys and Men of Color, a network of 40 foundations committed to expanding opportunity for this population, to develop a national strategy for improving academic opportunity and achievement for males of color throughout the entirety of higher education. The group comprises a select group of the nation’s leading experts on collegiate performance, retention, and completion for males of color. (Spring 2015-Present)
  • Invited to be the keynote speaker for the City of Spartanburg’s Unity Celebration, commemorating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. His speech was titled, “Democracy, Education, and Community.” For his many contributions to education and beyond, Mayor Junie White issued him a key to the City of Spartanburg. To see pictures of the event, click. (Spring 2015)
  • Invited to participate in the 2014-2015 Visiting Minority Scholars Program, sponsored by  Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER)at University of Wisconsin at Madison on December 3-5, 2014. (Autumn 2014). The goal of the program is to make minority scholars and their work in education more visible on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Invited to participate on an expert panel at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 43rd Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) titled, “Breaking Barriers: Legislative Actions, White House Initatives, and School District Imperative for Black Males.” The panel discussion conved on Friday, September 20, 2013. (Autumn 2013)
  • Selected to participate in the American Council on Education (ACE) Fellowship Program, one of the most prestigious and longest running leadership development programs in the United States. George Mason University was his host institution. (Spring 2013-Summer 2014)
  • Invited to participate on an expert panel at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s 42nd Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) titled, “Health Education and Literacy Policy (HELP) for School-age Black Children.” The panel discussion convened on Friday, September 21, 2012. (Autumn 2012).
  • Invited to join the Black Male Achievement Research Collaborative (BMARC).  The collboaration involves writing and editing a research-practice-policy report on black male achievement, contributing to a special focus of the Journal of Negro Education, and producing a range of publications which target policymakers, academic journals and popular media. (Autumn 2012-Spring 2014)
  • Selected to be one of five Ohio State University (OSU)-Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Academic Leadership Program Fellows (Autumn 2012-Spring 2013)
  • Invited to be a part of the Scholars Network on Black Masculinity (Spring 2012-Present)
  • Invited to participate on a panel titled, “Bridging K-9 to College: Promoting Success for Minority Males in the Academy,” at the 18th Annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring, October 20-23, 2011, Atlanta Hilton Hotel Downtown, Atlanta, GA. (Autumn 2011)
  • The Ohio House issued a proclamation praising the Columbus Violence Prevention Collaborative’s 2011 conference. Rep. Mike Stinziano (D-District 25) sponsored the proclamation, which applauds founder and director Deanna Wilkinson, Human Development and Family Science, and collaborative co-directors James L. Moore III, Physical Activity and Educational Services; Ola Ahlqvist, Geography; and Angela Harvey, Sociology, Newark Campus (The program aims to decrease shootings and killings in select areas based on street-level outreach, public education, faith leader involvement, community mobilization, police participation and research, Stinziano noted).
  • Invited to present at the 2011 American Enterprise Institute’s Working Group on Boys. The event convened in Washington, DC, from November 2-3, 2011. Further, scholars and education writers were invited to brainstorm about the problem of male underachievement in education and its long-term effects on the economy. (Autumn 2011)
  • Invited to present at the 2011 Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling (Fifth Annual International Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling). The symposium convened at Robert Black College, University of Hong Kong, June 19-24, 2011. It was sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development. Dr. Moore was 1 of 28 scholars invited, around the world, to participate in this residential symposium. (Summer 2011)
  • Invited to participate on a panel titled, “From High School to Higher Education: Strategies for Minority Men through the Educational Pipeline,” at College Board’s National Office for School Counselor Advocacy (NOSCA). Nationally-recognized scholars, researchers, and practitioners examined issues facing young men of color and reviewed a number of programs that are responding to the challenge. This session convened on April 8, 2011. (Spring 2011)
  • Invited to be the keynote speaker for the Center for Law and Social Policy’s “We Dream a World: Re-Imaging the Landscape for Black Men and Boys” forum in Washington, DC. The event was part of the Center for Law and Social Policy’s 40th Anniversary Policy Series, and it convened on February 18, 2011. (Winter 2011)
  • Invited to present at the 2010 Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling (Eighth Annual International Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling). The symposium was convened at Brasenose College, University of Oxford, August 8-13, 2010. It is sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development. Dr. Moore was 1 of 28 scholars invited, around the world, to participate in this residential symposium. (Summer 2010)
  • Invited to serve as an expert panelist for College Board’s second meeting for its “Educational Crisis Facing Young Men of Color” in Washington, DC. Nationally-recognized scholars, researchers, leaders, and practitioners were invited to this meeting to discuss practices and policies that affect education outcomes for men of color. The meeting convened on June 11, 2010.
  • Invited to present at the 2009 Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling (Seventh Annual International Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling). The symposium convened at Universitat de Barcelona, July 12-17, 2009. It was sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development. Dr. Moore was 1 of 25 scholars invited, around the world, to participate in this residential symposium. (Summer 2009)
  • Invited to present at the education-policy forum, “Breaking Barriers: A Brain Trust on Educational Policy Reform for School–Age African-American Males,” sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus, Inc., Howard University’s School of Education, and the Open Society Institute’s Campaign for Black Male Achievement. This day-long event was convened on Friday, April 24, 2009. During the forum, members of congress and a national panel of educational experts discussed important educational legislation, including the educational provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The overall intent of this forum was to unite school board members, school administrators, parents, students, and key policymakers at the national and local levels to reform education within high-need areas. (Spring 2009)
  • Selected, as a Transforming School Counseling (TSC) Trailblazer, for the 10th Annual TSC Academy, sponsored by The Education Trust. The conference was held on Thursday, February 5, 2009 to Saturday, February 7, 2009 in Austin, Texas. As a TSC Trailblazer, Dr. Moore was paired with individuals (e.g., elementary counselor, middle school counseling, high school counselor, counselor educator, and state department representative) that needed mentoring on school counseling topics, such as leadership, advocacy, using data, changing policy, changing attitudes, and resistance.
  • Invited to present at a special forum focusing on Black males in education for the 2008 Annual Legislative Conference (ALC), sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. The forum was held on Friday, September 26, 2008 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. This panel was an official Emerging Leaders Series (ELS) Issue Forum that targeted college students and early career professionals. ALC is considered to be the premier African-American conference on policy issues, and attracts over 10,000 participants to Washington, DC for a four-day conference. Participants in ALC included Members of Congress, former presidents, international dignitaries, celebrities, major corporate executives, sponsors, and ordinary citizens. Further, the event was covered by media outlets from around the world.  (Autumn 2008)
  • Invited to present at the 2008 Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling (Sixth Annual International Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling). The symposium was convened at Brasenose College, University of Oxford, August 10-15, 2008. It was sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development. Dr. Moore was 1 of 28 scholars invited, around the world, to participate in this residential symposium. (Summer 2008)
  • Invited to present at the 2007 Oxford Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling (Fifth Annual International Symposium in School-Based Family Counseling). The symposium convened at Robert Black College, University of Hong Kong, June 24-29, 2007. It was sponsored by the Institute for School-Based Family Counseling and the University of San Francisco Center for Child and Family Development. Dr. Moore was 1 of 28 scholars invited, around the world, to participate in this residential symposium. (Summer 2007)
  • Invited to participate in the Visiting Scholars Speakers Series at the Learning Sciences Institute at Vanderbilt University, on March 12-13, 2007. The new program brings minority scholars in the learning sciences to Vanderbilt. During a two-day visit, Dr. Moore presented his learning sciences research to the University community and met with faculty and students individually or in small groups. (Spring 2007)
  • Invited to participate in the 20-year anniversary celebration of Johns Hopkins University’s Summer Seminar Series. Johns Hopkins University invited only nationally and internationally known presenters who were known for their ability to teach and relate well to their audiences. More specifically, Dr. Moore taught, “Urban School Students and Their Parents: The Role of School Counselors,” at the Johns Hopkins’ Washington, D.C. campus. (Summer 2006)
  • Invited to participate in the 17th Annual Frontiers of Science Symposium, sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences. The symposium was held at the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center in Irvine, Calif., Oct. 27-29. The NAS symposium series brought together outstanding young scientists to discuss exciting advances and opportunities in their own fields and to learn about research at the cutting edge of other disciplines. About 80 young scientists attended, and Dr. Moore was one of the few social scientists invited. (Autumn 2005)
  • Invited to participate in the 2003 Roads Scholar Program, sponsored by the Office of Outreach and Engagement at The Ohio State University (Summer 2003)
  • Received a full football scholarship at Delaware State University (Autumn 1990-Spring 1995)

FEATURED AND/OR QUOTED IN MAGAZINES, NEWSPAPERS, NEWSLETTERS, VIDEOS, AND TELEVISION/RADIO PROGRAMMING

 Magazines

Newspapers

Newsletters

  • Featured and quoted in CRESPAR/Howard University’s Capstone Action News, 3(3), (January 2000 Edition), “Brown bag presentation: Dr. James L. Moore III” (pp. 1-2)

Videos

  • Highlighted on WISTV in Columbia, South Carolina (October 3, 2017). The segment focused on twelve African-Americans who were recognized for the impacts they have made in South Carolina and beyond. The segment was titled, “2018 SC African American history calendar unveiled.”
  • Invited guest on Miss Thang’s Power 959 FM radio show (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on FM 89 in Bermuda (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on Nikita Robinson’s Hot 107.5 radio show in Bermuda (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the live public affairs talk show on 89.7 WOSU (October 4, 2016). The segment was titled, “Teacher diversity.”
  • Featured in the 2015 Champion of Children Signature Event’s video. It premiered on Tuesday, March 10, 2015. Feature in a video for Diverse: Issues in Higher Education (Wednesday, January 21, 2015). It was titled, “AAC&U Panel on Recruitment and Retention of Faculty of Color.”
  • Featured in Nisonger Center’s EnvisionIT. It premiered on Thursday, August 7, 2014.
  • Featured in Nisonger Center’s EnvisionIT. It premiered on Thursday, August 7, 2014.
  • Featured in Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity’s “A Reading of the Letter from Birmingham Jail” documentary. It premeired on Sunday, November 3, 2013 at the King Arts Complex, Columbus, Ohio.
  • Featured and interviewed on the social limitations placed on Jesse Owens and other men of color in Jesse Owens: Enduring Spirit. The show was rebroadcasted on Sunday, February 12, 2012, (6:30 p.m.) on WOSU-TV, Channel 34
  • Featured and highlighted as the keynote speaker at the Center for Law and Social Policy’s “We Dream a World: Re-Imaging the Landscape for Black Men and Boys” forum in Washington, DC. The event was part of the Center for Law and Social Policy’s 40th Anniversary Policy Series, and it convened on February 18, 2011.
  • Featured and quoted in the online video documentary for the Closing the Achievement Gap Program (May 2008).
  • Featured and quoted on an online video focused on an AT&T-funded grant project (December 2008).
  • Featured in the DVD for Clayton County Public Schools’ 2008 Research Institute (May 9-10,2008)
  • Featured and highlighted as a distinguished lecturer at the Visiting Scholars Speakers Series at the Learning Sciences Institute at Vanderbilt University, on March 12-13, 2007.
  • Featured in the DVD documentary for the PK-12 and Higher Education: An Examination of Critical Stages in the Educational Pipeline for African American Males conference (based on the work of Dr. Jerlando F. L. Jackson of University of Wisconsin at Madison and Dr. James L. Moore III of The Ohio State University)- Featured the sessions of national scholars and researchers at the national conference (May 4-5, 2006). Sponsored by Interwest Equity Assistance Center and The Center for African American Research & Policy
  •  Featured in the Brothers of the Academy video documentary – Featured young, up-coming scholars and academics in higher education across the nation (Scheduled release date: 2001, June). Sponsored by Florida State University’s College of Education.
  • Featured on The Benjamin E. Mays Lecture Series Video Documentary – Featured Dr. James Solomon – a pioneer who helped desegregated the University of South Carolina (Taped on 2001, April). Sponsored by John McFadden, Ph.D., The Benjamin E. Mays Chair of the University of South Carolina.

Television and Radio Programming

  • Invited guest on Miss Thang’s Power 959 FM radio show (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on FM 89 in Bermuda (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on Nikita Robinson’s Hot 107.5 radio show in Bermuda (October 4, 2016). The segment focused on the 2016 International Colloquium on Black Males in Education.
  • Invited guest on All Sides with Ann Fisher (October 4, 2016), the live public affairs talk show on 89.7 WOSU. The segment was titled, “Teacher Diversity.”
  • Invited speaker at United Way of Central of Ohio’s 2015 Champion of Children program, sponsored by Columbus Metropolitan Club (June 25, 2015). The event was pre-recorded and later televised on WOSU.
  • Invited guest on All Sides with Ann Fisher (November 20, 2015), the live public affairs talk show on 89.7 WOSU. The segment was titled, “Dropout Prevention: Family, Community and Academic Success.”
  • Invited guest on HBCU Nation Radio Show with Anthony Ray, based in Elizabeth, North Carolina. It was aired on June 21, 2014.
  • Invited guest on HBCU Nation Radio Show with Anthony Ray, based in Elizabeth, North Carolina. It was aired on May 17, 2014.
  • Invited guest on ABC 6 News, located in Columbus, Ohio. The segment was titled, “Beyond the Game: NFLPA Chief DeMaurice Smith.”
  • Invited guest on the first podcast of Concerned Black Men National titled, “Saving Our Boys: An Overdue Dialog.” It was aired on July 30, 2013.
  • Invited guest on a weekly radio program on WURD 900 AM, based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to discuss his recently published co-edited book, African American Students in Urban Schools: Critical Issues and Solutions for Achievement.The radio segment was aired on March 25, 2013.
  • Invited guest on a weekly radio program on WURD 900 AM, based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The special segment is part of an eight-part series titled, “Excellence and Equity: Securing our Future. Public Education in the 21st Century.” It aired on October 5, 2012.
  • Invited panelist on a special program titled, “Assuring High School Graduation.” The WOSU program was pre-recorded on July 27, 2011, and the segment aired on August 2011.
  • Invited guest on a special program titled, “Celebrating Olympian and OSU Icon Jesse Owens” on the Big Ten Network. The segment aired in June 2011. To see the online version of segment, see video #1 and video #2.
  • Invited guest on the Your Voice Television Show, Hosted by Dr. Lee Jones, sponsored by Florida State University’s College of Education (Taped on 2001, January & Scheduled to air: 2001, May). This television show reached over 1 million viewers in the following states: Florida, Alabama, and Georgia. Topic of Episode: “Brothers of the Academy – Part III”
  • Invited guest, as an educational expert, on Clemson University’s Your Day radio . The show was taped on July 26, 2006, and it focused on critical issues impacting the education of African Americans and other racial and ethnic minority groups in South Carolina and throughout the nation.

Additional Honors/Distinctions/Recognitions

Advisory Boards/Committees

National Committees

  • HBCU-UP IRC Advisory Committee (Spring 2019-Present)
  • HBCU CORE Research Project Advisory Board (Spring 2019-Present)
  • NSF INCLUDES Coordination Hub’s Advisory Group (Autumn 2018-Present)
  • Engineering for US All – E4USA: A National Pilot High School Engineering Course and Database’s Advisory Committee (Autumn 2018-Present)
  • Untapped Potential (UP) Project’s National Advisory Board (Autumn 2016-Present)
  • Executives’ Alliance for Boys and Men of Color Workgroup (Spring 2016-Present)
  • International Colloquium on Black Males in Education  (Co-Founder ) (Autumn 2012-Present)
  • Journal of African American Males in Education Advisory Board (Summer 2009-Present)
  • National Gifted Children Association Board of Directors (First Ever Presidential Appointee) (Autumn 2014-Spring 2016)
  • American Society for Engineering Education’s Institutional Review Board (IRB) (Autumn 2013-Spring 2017)
  • Leadership and Sustainability Institute Advisory Network (Autumn 2011-Spring 2013)
  • Advisory Board for the Encyclopedia of Diversity and Social Justice (Autumn 2011-Spring 2014)
  • National Steering Committee for The Boys Initiative’s Minority Male 2050 Project (Autumn 2011-Spring 2014)
  • Policy and Advocacy Committee for the Coalition of Schools Educating Boys of Color (Autumn 2011-Spring 2013)
  • AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) Center’s African American Male Advisory Board (Autumn 2009-Spring 2013)
  • Public/Private Ventures’ Marginalized Males of Color Practitioners’ Network (Autumn 2009-Spring 2013)
  • National Association for the Education of African American Children with Learning Disabilities Board of Trustees (Autumn 2008-Spring 2015)
  • Association for Public Land-Grant Universities (APLU) Minority Male Task Force (Autumn 2011-Winter 2012)
  • Morehouse College’s External Advisory Committee for its HBCU-UP Education Research Project (Summer 2011)
  • PDK International Educational Foundation’s Emerging Leaders Selections Committee (Spring 2008)
  • PDK International Educational Foundation’s National Scholarship Selections Committee (Spring 2008)
  • •“Up Where We Belong: Accelerating African-American Male Student Achievement” Conference Advisory Committee, sponsored by AVID, CollegeBoard, and NAGC (Spring 2007-Autumn 2008)

Regional Committees

  • The College Board’s Midwestern Regional Program Planning Committee (Autumn 2004-Autumn 2006)
  • The College Board’s Midwestern Regional Council Committee (Spring 2005-Autumn 2006)

State Committees

  • Higher Hope (Spring 2013-Present)
  • Multiethnic Advocates for Cultural Competence Research Advisory Committee (Summer 2009-Present)
  • Ohio Gifted Education Advisory Committee (Autumn 2010-Spring 2010)
  • Ohio Board of Regents Advisory Committee for the Design of the Leadership Center for African American Males (Spring 2008-Spring 2010)

Local Committees

School District Committees

  • Clayton County Public Schools Research Advisory Board (Spring 2008-Spring 2010)

Task Forces

  • American Counseling Association’s Taskforce for School Counseling (Autumn 2010-Spring 2011)
  • Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities’ Minority Male STEM Initiative Task Force (Autumn 2010-Spring 2011)
  • Young African American Male Action Team, South Carolina’s State Department of Education (Autumn 2000-Spring 2002)
  • “Miles to Go” Task Force Committee, South Carolina Commission on Higher Education (Autumn 2000-Spring 2002)
  • African-American Student Achievement Committee/Family and Community Involvement Work Group, South Carolina’s State Department of Education (Autumn 2000)  

 Editorial Positions

 Blog Appointments

  • Blogger, The Academy Speaks, an online blog for DIVERSE: Issues in Higher Education that offers insight on current events and higher education issues that impact people of color (Spring 2008-Spring 2009)

Book Series Editorship Appointments

Journal Editorial Appointments

  • Senior Associate Editor, Journal of the Professoriate (Spring 2004-Autumn 2006; Summer 2007-Winter 2010)
  • Editorial Consultant, Brothers-of-the-Academy: BOTA News (Spring 2001-Spring 2005)

 Editorial Boards

Ad hoc Reviewer

  • Sage Open (Summer 2014-Present)
  • Gifted Child Today ((Autumn 2013-Present)
  • South African Journal of Education (Autumn 2011-Present)
  • Race/Ethnicity: Multidisciplinary Global Contexts (Autumn 2006-Present)
  • American Educational Research Journal/Social and Institutional Analysis (Autumn 2006-Present)
  • Review of Educational Research (Spring 2006-Present)
  • Elementary School Journal (Spring 2006- Present)
  • Theory Into Practice (Spring 2004-Present)
  • Journal of African American Studies (Spring 2004- Present)
  • Urban Education (Summer 2003-Present)
  • Journal of Negro Education (Summer 2002-Present)
  • The High School Journal (Summer 2001-Present)
  • Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering (Summer 2001-Present)
  • The Journal of Men’s Studies (Summer 2001-Present)
  • Roeper Review (Winter 2010-Spring 2012 )

 Textbook Reviewer

  • Rutledge Press (Spring 2013-Present)
  • Corwin Press (Summer 2006-Present)
  • Pearson Merrill Prentice Hall (Summer 2005-Present)

External Tenure and/or Promotion Reviewer

  • Department of Educational Theory and Practice, University at Albany-SUNY (Spring 2018)
  • Centre for Education Studies, University of Warwick (Spring 2018)
  • Department of Computer Science, Morehouse College (Autumn 2018)
  • Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, University of Arizona (Autumn 2018)
  • School of Engineering Education, Purdue University (Summer 2018, Autumn 2018)
  • Department of Counselor Education, School Psychology, & Human Services, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Summer 2018)
  • Department of Educational Leadership and Studies, University of South Carolina (Summer 2018)
  • Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Texas at Arlington (Summer 2018)
  • School of Education, Drexel University (Summer 2018)
  • School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia (Autumn 2017)
  • Department of Educational Psychology, University of Connecticut (Summer 2017)
  • College of Education, North Carolina State University (Summer 2017)
  • College of Education, Michigan State University (Summer 2017)
  • Curry College of Education, University of Virginia (Spring 2017)
  • School of Education, University of Pittsburgh (Spring 2017, Spring 2018)
  • Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California (Autumn 2016)
  • School of Interdisciplinary Studies and Education, New York Institute of Technology (Autumn 2016)
  • School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University (Summer 2016)
  • Educational Psychology Department, University of Connecticut (Summer 2016, Summer 2017)
  • School of Education, Loyola University Maryland (Summer 2016)
  • Department of Educational Foundations and Leadership, Duquesne University (Summer 2016)
  • Department of Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development, University of Minnesota (Summer 2016)
  • Department of Middle School, Secondary, and K12 Education, UNC Charlotte (Summer 2016)
  • Division of Education, Department of Educational and Community Programs, Queens College (Summer 2016)
  • Office of President (University Distinguished Professorship), University of Maryland at College Park (Summer 2016)
  • Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis, University of Missouri  (Summer 2016)
  • Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver (Autumn 2015)
  • Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania (Summer 2015, Spring 2017)
  • School of Education, College of William & Mary (Summer 2015)
  • School of Education, Louisiana State University (Summer 2015, Summer 2018)
  • Department of Leadership, Counseling and Adult, Career and Higher, University of South Florida (Summer 2015)
  • School of Education, Johns Hopkins University (Spring 2015)
  • Department of Psychology, University of Maryland at College Park (Spring 2015)
  • Department of Human Development and Psychoeducational, Howard University (Spring 2015)
  • School of Education, University of Michigan (Summer 2014)
  • Department of Educational Psychology, Rutgers University (Summer 2014)
  • Department of Education Policy, Organization & Leadership, University of Illinois (Summer 2014)
  • School of Education, Loyola University Chicago (Summer 2013)
  • Department of Educational Administration, University of Texas at Austin (Summer 2013, Summer 2018)
  • Department of Counseling, Adult, and Higher Education, Northern Illinois University (Summer 2012)
  • Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education, University of Maryland (Summer 2012)
  • African and African Diaspora Studies Department and the Department of Educational Psychology, University of Texas at Austin (Summer 2012)
  • School of Education, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (Summer 2012)
  • School of Education and Human Development, University of Colorado Denver (Summer 2012)
  • Department of Leadership, Counselor Education, Human & Organizational Development, Clemson University (Autumn 2010, Autumn 2014)
  • Human Services Technology Program, Ohio University-Chillicothe (Winter 2010, Autumn 2010, Autumn 2015)
  • Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University (Autumn 2009)
  • College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University (Autumn 2006, Autumn 2016)
  • Department of Education, Loyola College of Maryland (Autumn 2006)