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DissertationMaintaining One's Consciousness: An Exploratory Study of Upper-level Black Community College Administrators as Racially Conscious LeadersKirkwood, Alisia MoniqueThe purpose of this study was to explore the experiences of Black community college administrators who have transitioned to upper-level management, while maintaining their own race consciousness. A race conscious mindset is defined as: (a) acknowledge . . .
DissertationLeading Change: A Phenomenological Study of Presidents Leading Community College Baccalaureate Degree Pilot ProgramsHoover, KarelynThe purpose of this phenomenological study was to understand the leadership strategies and processes that California community college presidents employed as they made the decision to participate in the pilot baccalaureate degree program and the subse . . .
DissertationManmaga'håga: The Journey to Fulfill a Legacy of Leadership for Indigenous Pacific Women in Higher EducationSims, Andrea FejeranThe purpose of this research journey (qualitative narrative study) was to explore the cultural philosophies and beliefs of manmaga’håga (high-ranked Indigenous Pacific women in higher education), give voice to culturally competent leadership practices . . .
DissertationAthletes to Scholars: Campus Ethos and Non-cognitive Factors that Matter to Student-athletes at California Community CollegesStiles Hanlon, AnnaCollege athletics are the most popular extracurricular activity across American community colleges, with approximately 80,000 students participating each year. California has the highest rate of participation, with over 24,000 student-athletes annuall . . .