Date of Submission

Spring 2013

Academic Program


Project Advisor 1

Yuval Elmelech

Abstract/Artist's Statement

Black males and their primary and secondary educational performance has been a significant focus in past sociological research, but empirical evidence on their educational performance in post-secondary education has not been given the same significant concern. Using a case study at Morehouse College and a small sample of twenty-one students from the institution, I will analyze the black male collegiate experience in order to examine educational techniques used by the college to discover the supportive instructive techniques that the school uses to provide academic success for their students.

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