Dr. Jackson presented at the recent resident hosted by the Center for the Advancement of STEM Leadership (CASL) in Atlanta, GA. The overall theme was Sustaining Leadership That Advances Broadening Participation in STEM among Faculty and Students on HBCU Campus.
Dr. Jackson’s presentation was titled Research Strategies for Documenting Leadership in STEM at HBCUs. The presentation varied in topics including leadership, historical evolution of leadership studies, critical race theory, and recommended strategies.
CASL is a collaborative, NSF-supported research, education and knowledge transfer/outreach entity involving North Carolina A&T State University, University of the Virgin Islands, Fielding Graduate University and the Association of American Colleges & Universities. CASL aims to document leadership styles and strategies that have been associated with the record of HBCUs in graduating African Americans in STEM at the undergraduate level and in advancing many to successful attainment of doctoral degrees in STEM.