African American Men in College
March 2006, Jossey-Bass
PART ONE: ISSUES AND IDEAS.
1 African American College Men
Twenty-First-Century Issues and Concerns (Michael J. Cuyjet).
2 Enhancing the Academic Climate for African American Men (Fred A. Bonner II and Kevin W. Bailey).
3 The Impact of Campus Activities on African American College Men (Charles Brown).
4 Enhancing African American Male Student Outcomes Through Leadership and Active Involvement (Shaun R. Harper).
5 Developmental Mentoring of African American College Men (E. Michael Sutton).
6 The Role of Spirituality and Religion in the Experiences of African American Male College Students (Lemuel W. Watson).
7 The Role of Black Fraternities in the African American Male Undergraduate Experience (Shaun R. Harper and Frank Harris III).
8 African American Male College Athletes (Kenya LeNoir Messer).
9 African American Gay Men
Another Challenge for the Academy (Jamie Washington and Vernon A. Wall).
10 African American Men at Historically Black Colleges and
Different Environments, Similar Challenges (Walter M. Kimbrough and Shaun R. Harper).
11 Meeting the Challenges to African American Men at Community Colleges (Myron L. Pope).
12 Helping African American Men Matriculate
Ideas and Suggestions (Michael J. Cuyjet).
PART TWO: PROFILES OF SOME SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS.
13 Student African American Brotherhood (Tyrone Bledsoe and Kevin D. Rome, Sr.).
14 Meyerhoff Scholarship Program
University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Earnestine Baker).
15 The Black Man on Campus (BMOC) Project
Bowling Green State University, Ohio (Kevin W. Bailey).
16 Black Men’s Collective
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (Christopher C. Catching).
17 Black Male Rap Session
University of Louisville (Edward Laster).
18 African American Men of Arizona State University (AAMASU) (Alonzo Jones and Lasana O. Hotep).
19 Sons of Alkebulan and the Black Man Think Tank
University of North Texas (Pamela Safisha Nzingha Hill).
20 It’s Easier Than You Think
Central State University, Wilberforce, Ohio (Tobias Q. Brown and Amanda A. Farabee).
21 The Collegiate 100
An Affiliate Organization of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (Christian A. Mattingly and Carl Humphrey).
Cuyjet and his associates should be applauded for their scholarship addressing the Black male college student. (The Boo) will benefit higher education professionals, faculty and students in their professional work and scholarship, and others interested in reversing the status quo of Black Men in College. (The Journal of Higher Ed, May-June, 2008)
"The book is an excellent tool and resource for student affairs practitioners and faculty members…" (TC Record, March 14 2007)