Linwood H. Cousins
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Social Work &
Communication Sciences and Disorders
Farmville, Va. 23901
434-395-2349; [email protected]
1994, University of Michigan
1991, University of Michigan
Social Work & Anthropology
1985, Virginia Commonwealth University Social Work
1981, Virginia Commonwealth University Social Work
SELECTED RECENT REFEREED ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS
Mickelson, R. and Cousins, L. (in press). Undermining Racially Stratified
Tracking Through Empowering Minority Parent Involvement. In Mica
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
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!”
, 8 (2): 193-212, 2001.
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)