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HBCU graduates publishes reference book on addressing Student Retention and Engagement Strategies

Providing research on the role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in its today’s role in higher education and various research methods addressing student retention rates, success levels, and engagement.

IGI Global announced the release of “Examining Student Retention and Engagement Strategies at Historically Black Colleges and Universities,” edited by Samuel L. Hinton, Ed. D., an independent researcher and South Carolina State University graduate, and Antwon D. Woods, Ph. D., Department Chairman & Assistant Professor of Sports Management at Belhaven University and Jackson State University graduate.

While highlighting topics such as enrollment management, student engagement, and online learning, this publication explores successful engagement strategies that promote education quality and equality as well as the methods of social integration and involvement for students, according to an article by The Times & Democrat.

This book is designed for researchers, academicians, scholars, educational administrators, policy makers, graduate students, and curriculum designers.

The book is available on the IGI Global Bookstore or Amazon.

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