Cousins

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Linwood H. Cousins

Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Social Work &

Communication Sciences and Disorders

Longwood University

Farmville, Va. 23901

434-395-2349; [email protected]

EDUCATION

1994, University of Michigan

1991, University of Michigan

Social Work & Anthropology

Anthropology

1985, Virginia Commonwealth University Social Work

1981, Virginia Commonwealth University Social Work

Ph.D.

M.A.

M.S.W

B.S.W.

SELECTED RECENT REFEREED ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

Mickelson, R. and Cousins, L. (in press). Undermining Racially Stratified

Tracking Through Empowering Minority Parent Involvement. In Mica

Pollock, Ed.,

Everyday Antiracism: Concrete Ways to Successfully

Navigate the Relevance of Race in School

. New York: The New Press.

Cousins, L. (In press). Black Students’ Identity and “Acting Black and White.” In John

U. Ogbu, Ed.,

Minority Status, Oppositional Culture and Academic Engagement

.

RoutledgeFalmer.

Cousins, L. (2007). Culture. In Elizabeth D. Hutchison (Ed.),

Dimensions of Human

Behavior: Person and the Environment

, 3 rd

Ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Cousins, L. et al. (2004). “Social and Academic Relationships in the Lives of Black

Children: Transdisciplinary Research and Practice,”

Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment

, 9(3): 57-82.

“Moral Markets for Troubling Youths: A Disruption!”

Childhood

, 8 (2): 193-212, 2001.

GRANT ACTIVITY

Mickelson, Roslyn (Co-PI) and Cousins, Linwood (Co-PI) (University of North Carolina at Charlotte). National Science Foundation. “ROLE: Closing the Race Gap in

Math and Science Achievement Through Improving Parental Involvement in the

Course Selection and Placement Process.” Funded June 6, 2002: $1, 042, 677.

Michigan Department of Education, 1998, $938,000. “Goals 2000 Educational Systemic

Change Grant, Removing Barriers to Pre-School Academic Excellence, Benton

Harbor, Michigan Schools.” (P.I., Donald Thompson)

W.K Kellogg Foundation, 1994, $600,000. “Community-University Partnership Grant for

Neighborhood Development in Kalamazoo, Michigan.” (P.I., Phillip Popple)

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