For college administrators alarmed at the low numbers of African American men enrolled in their institutions, this new sourcebook offers practical strategies, proven models and programs, and the essential theoretical grounding necessary for nurturing and retaining these students. Authors explore ways to make classroom environments more supportive; the benefits of mentoring initiatives; the opportunities for leadership development on a predominantly white campus; and more. This is the 80th issue of the quarterly journal New Directions for Student Services.
MICHAEL J. CUYJET is an associate professor in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology at the University of Louisville. A former student affairs practitioner for more than twenty years, he has served in both campus activities and general student affairs at several universities.