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Research

 

Current Research

I am currently researching the achievement levels of black women in higher education.

 

ABA MINORITY ENROLLMENT

ANALYZING MINORITY ENROLLMENT AT AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION ACCREDITED LAW SCHOOLS BETWEEN 2004 – 2012 USING FEEDBACK LOOPS

BY NEVERSON HEATLEY, III

Chair: Dale Franklin Campbell

Major: Higher Education Administration

This study investigated the effect of American Bar Association (ABA) 301-6 on minority enrollment at ABA accredited law schools. The Interpretation sets limits on bar passage rates that schools must adhere to in order to retain accreditation. Citing the historically poorer performance of minority students on bar exams and standardized tests, it was hypothesized the Interpretation would have a chilling effect on minority enrollment. . .

 

Curriculum Vitae and Contact

 
 
 Serving as an usher for law school graduation while I was a Dean of Student Affairs.

Serving as an usher for law school graduation while I was a Dean of Student Affairs.

The Basics

I am a higher education professional with a focus on academic and student affairs. I have additional experience with student conduct and university housing. I have handled financial aid crises and student conduct emergencies for Title IX cases and firearms.

I also have experience in elementary and secondary education as an administrator and teacher, including teaching students who are second language learners.

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Other Research

 
 

BLACK MALE CONDUCT

A LOOK AT THE CONDUCT PARTICIPATION RATES OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALES AT [REDACTED UNIVERSITY IN THE UNITED STATES]

BY NEVERSON HEATLEY, III