Dr. Chiquita Howard-Bostic's publications represent five areas of study: (1) learner-centered pedagogy, (2) international crime, (3) youth, violence, and aggression, (4) intimate partner violence, and (5) Black Feminist Thought. She has published articles in peer reviewed journals including the International Journal of Arts and Sciences and the Journal of International Criminal Justice Research. She has also published in Wiley's Encyclopedia of Corrections.
Dr. Howard-Bostic has presented research at Harvard University, two international forums at Oxford University, and other prestigious conferences in the United States and abroad. Howard-Bostic’s engagement in the field has advanced the study of bystander intervention, intimate partner violence, teaching and learning, and transformational leadership.
Faculty Led Research for College Students
Dr. Howard-Bostic trains students each semester to prepare them through the research and presentation process. They are encouraged to accompany her at professional conferences. Students explore new ways of thinking about and solving problems. Each year, student research teams present at forums for researchers, scholars, academics, educators, analysts, experts, and independent investigators to present, discuss, and critique their investigations.
"We make a living by what we get, but make a life by what we give."
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