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Dr. Delores Rice

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North #115

Phone: 903-886-5520

Email: Delores.Rice@tamuc.edu



Publications

Rice, D. (2015). The STEM Pipeline: Recruiting and Retaining African American Female Engineers. Journal of Research Initiatives.

Rice, D., Bonner, F., Lewis, C., Alfred, M.V., Nave, F., & Frizell, S. (2015). Reversing the Tide in Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM): Academically Gifted African American Students in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs). Journal of Research Initiatives.

Rice, D. (Accepted). Personal and Structural Challenges Influencing the Career Experiences of African American Female Engineers.

Rice, D. (Accepted). Personal and Structural Challenges Influencing the Career

Experiences of African American Female Engineers.

Ballenger, J., Rice, D., & Kim, J. (Accepted). Comparative Analysis of Enrollment and Degrees Awarded in STEM Fields Among Gender, Race and Ethnicity in Doctoral Universities in Texas

Rice, D., & Alfred, M. V. (2014). Personal and Structural Elements of Support for African American Female Engineers. Journal of STEM Education, 15(2), 40-49.

Lewis, C., Bonner, F., Rice, D., Alfred, M.V., Nave, F., & Frizell, S. (Revise and Resubmit). Reversing the Tide of Underachievement in Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM): Academically Gifted African American Students in Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs).

Hendricks, L., Rice, D., Ball, L., & Ball, S. (2014). Krokodil: A New Synthetic Drug Emerging Substance Use Prevention in American High Schools. International Journal of Education, 2(1).

Robinson, P., Rice, D., Stoddart, D., & Alfred, M. V. (2013). Lifelong Learning in Jamaica: Coherent Pathways to Education. International Journal of Scholarly Academic Intellectual Diversity, 15(1), 1-11.

Lewis, C., Bonner, F., Rice, D., Cook, H., Alfred, M.V., Nave, F. & Frizell, S. (2011). African American, Academically Gifted, Millennial Students in METS Disciplines at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): Factors that Impact Successful Degree Completion. In W. Tate & Frierson, T. (Eds.), Beyond stock stories and folktales: African American paths to STEM fields. UK: Emerald Group Publishing.

Rice, D. Guest Editor. (Summer 2011). Adult Learning, 22(3). Rice, D. Guest Editor. (Spring 2011). Adult Learning, 22(2).

McKenzie, K., Skrla, L., Scheurich, J., Rice, D., & Hawes, D. (2011). Math and Science Academic Success in Three Large, Diverse, Urban High Schools: A Teachers’ Story. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 16, 100-121.

Bonner, F., Alfred, M. V., Lewis, C. W., Cook, H., Villa, C. G., & Rice, D. (Summer 2011). Education Research Project: An Empirical Investigation of the Success Factors Impacting African American Students in Engineering and Technology at Historically Black Universities. (Eds.). Review of Higher Education.

Rice, D. (2010, June). African American Women in the Workplace: Models of Career Development. Proceedings of the 51st Annual Adult Education Research Conference (pp. 585-587): Sacramento, CA.

Rice, D. (2010, February). Perspectives on the Career Development of African American Women. In C.M. Graham (Ed.), Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development International Research Conference of the America (pp. 2732-2739): Knoxville, TN.

Rice, D. (2009, Winter/Spring). [Review of the book Faculty Success Through Mentoring]. Adult Learning, 20(1-2), 41-42.

Rice, D. (2008, Summer/Fall). [Review of the book What Teachers Need to Know About Numeracy]. Adult Learning, 19(3-4), 50.

Rice, D., & Alfred, M. V. (revise and resubmit). Black Greek-Letter Sororities and Adult Education. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development.

Rice, D. (2008, June). A Historical Review and Introduction of Black Greek-Lettered Sororities to Adult Education. Sixteenth Annual African Diaspora Adult Education Research Pre-conference Proceedings. St. Louis, MO. 

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