HBCU FDN Book Series
A Series with Myers Education Press
HBCU FDN Book Series on HBCU Education
Sponsored by: HBCU Faculty Development Network & Myers Education Press
The HBCU Faculty Development Network Book Series focuses on high quality scholarship topics experienced by faculty, staff, students and administrators at HBCUs and other institutions identified as minority serving. In particular, these topics will focus on the delivery of inclusive and holistic education that will impact student success.
The goals of the series are aligned with the mission of the HBCU Faculty Development Network to highlight and record its rich legacy. Anticipated authors will represent disciplines across the academic landscape including but not limited to the STEM areas, humanities, education, reading, academic and student support services. As these institutions are increasing the focus on research and publications, the book series will provide a publishing outlet that allows academic and professional staff to document their contributions to teaching, research and service as it relates to their institutions, student engagement, and their place in a global world.
The HBCU Faculty Development Network Book Series will also seek and support submissions including racial equity, politics, history, academic disciplines, insider/outsider issues, instruction, discovery, methodologies, service, professional development, leadership, and professional organizational structures that impact the HBCU community.
Academic and professional staff at HBCUs and other institutions identified as minority-serving are encouraged to submit manuscripts that document their contributions to teaching, research and service as it relates to their institutions, student engagement, and their place in a global world.
The timeline is:
Webinar on the Conference Proceedings Manuscript Submission by November 30, 2023
Additional Deadlines TBA.
Manuscript Guidelines TBA.
We look forward to receiving your conference proceedings manuscript. If you have any questions, feel free to contact one of the editors listed below. Please note that The HBCU FDN reserves the right to change any aspect of this proceeding invitation, acceptance, criteria, and publication.
Conference Proceedings Editors:
Donald R. Collins, email@example.com
Laurette B. Foster, firstname.lastname@example.org
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