SUCCESS NEWS

Upon the recommendation of the AASF Grant Selection Committee, the AASF Board of Directors awarded the 2019 Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant to:

Ramon Goings, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership

Department of Education Specialties

Loyola University Maryland

Baltimore, Maryland

 in support of his research titled

Black Male Adult Learner Success in STEM Study

 

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Upon the recommendation of the AASF Grant Selection Committee, the AASF Board of Directors awarded the 2018 Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant to:

Travis Dumas

Doctoral Student

Urban Schooling Program

University of California, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California

In support of his research titled

The Sideline Story:

High Achieving Black Male Student Experiences and Strategies in Low Performing High Schools

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Upon the recommendation of the AASF Grant Selection Committee, the AASF Board of Directors awarded the 2017 Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant to:

Kalynda Smith, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

Hampton University

Hampton, Virginia

 

In support of her research titled

The Impact of Social and Cognitive Factors on the Academic Achievement of High Achieving African American Undergraduates: An Exploratory Study


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AMBRA GREEN, PH.D.

on her promotion to Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Special Education

The University of Texas at Arlington

Dr. Green is 2016 Recipient of the  AFRICAN AMERICAN SUCCESS FOUNDATION

Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant


Cyrell Roberson & Dr. Dante Dixson AASF Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant Recipients

on the publication of their research titled

Psychosocial Keys to African American Achievement? Examining the Relationship Between Achievement and Psychosocial Variables in High Achieving African Americans

Dante D. Dixson, Cyrell C. B. Roberson, Frank C. Worrell in Journal of Advanced Academics Volume: 28 issue: 2, page(s): 120-140

Noted in the publication: “The author(s) disclosed receipt of the following financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: This study was supported by the African American Success Foundation’s Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant.”


AFRICAN AMERICAN SUCCESS FOUNDATION

Recipient Of The Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant

Presented Findings at 2017 Success Summit in Orlando, Florida

Black Dads Matter!

Analyzing Ambition, Parent Education, and High Math Achievement

 

DR. MICAH JOHNSON

McKnight Fellow

Department of Sociology and Criminology & Law

NIH-Funded Postdoctoral Researcher

Department of Epidemiology

University of Florida


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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