Academic Bullying: A Barrier to Tenure and Promotion for African-American Faculty.

  • Frazier K
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Abstract

The author discusses the problem of retention of African American faculty due to tenure and promotion issues. The author outlines obstacles that African American face in the workplace while seeking tenure and promotion in academia. A case example is presented that illuminates how these stressors manifest in the academic setting and recommendations are given on how African American faculty experiencing these obstacles can cope. Suggestions for future research are also discussed.

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  • african american faculty
  • black faculty
  • faculty of color
  • higher education
  • mentoring
  • microaggressions
  • workplace bullying

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