A phenomenological study identifying the challenges of Black female faculty achieving tenure at two research one institutions in Georgia, 2021

Collection:
Atlanta University and Clark Atlanta University Theses and Dissertations
Title:
A phenomenological study identifying the challenges of Black female faculty achieving tenure at two research one institutions in Georgia, 2021
Creator:
Kelly, Jasmine
Date of Original:
2021-05
Subject:
Degrees, Academic
Dissertations, Academic
Location:
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Medium:
born digital
Type:
Text
Format:
application/pdf
Description:
The purpose of this mixed-method phenomenological research study was to examine factors such as racism, discrimination, campus climate, intersectionality, burnout, personal factors, professional networking, quality of teaching, workload, and the critical mass of Black women and their effects on Black female faculty achieving tenure at two Research One Institutions in Georgia. The findings indicated that all variables had an impact on Black female faculty achieving tenure, while intersectionality and professional networking had the most influence. After analyzing the results, the researcher recommended strategies that Research One Institutions could implement that would improve the trajectory and experiences of Black female faculty achieving tenure.
Date of award: 2021-05
Degree type: dissertation
Degree name: Doctor of Education (EdD)
Granting institution: Clark Atlanta University
Department: Department of Educational Leadership
Advisor: Gregory, Sheila
Metadata URL:
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12322/cau.td:2021_kelly_jasmine
Original Collection:
Atlanta University and Clark Atlanta University Theses and Dissertations
Holding Institution:
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
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