Research & Publications
The mission of the BI is to empower men of color undergraduates to thrive and graduate prepared for a lifetime of leadership, service, and success. To accomplish this, the BI conducts interdisciplinary research about factors that promote the success of young men of color, in order to improve practice and contribute to the literature and research available on the experiences of underrepresented men of color within higher education.
Theory of Action Brief Series
This series of nine briefs will provide definitions, background, and implementation examples for both practitioners and administrators to consider when designing initiatives, courses, and partnerships intended to serve undergraduate men of color at all institutions, but particularly predominantly white institutions.
- Brief 7: Psychosocial and Identity Development for Men of Color
- Brief 8: Career Development and Professionalization for Men of Color
- Brief 9: Community-Based Learning and Leadership Development for Men of Color
Lott, J., Bauman, K. M., & Yeh, T. L. (2022). Men of Color Programs at Public Baccalaureate Institutions: A Typology of Institutional Context & Diversity. Research in Higher Education, 1-25.
Lott II, J., Perez, D., & Yeh, T. L. (2021). Cross-Racial Agency: Exploring a New Form of Collaborative Practice to Support Men of Color in Higher Education. Teachers College Record, 123(2),1-40.
Lott, J., & Love, C. (2019). Undergraduate men of color experiences with the 2016 presidential election. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/dhe0000136