Washington, A. R., Goings, R. B., & Henfield, M. (Eds.). (under contract). Creating and
Sustaining Effective K-12 School Partnerships: Firsthand Accounts of Promising Practices. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Walker, L. J., Brooks, E., & Goings, R. B. (Eds.). (2017). How the Obama
Presidency Changed the Political Landscape. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
Trotman Scott, M., Ford, D. Y., Goings, R. B., *Wingfield, T., & Henfield, M. (Eds.). (2017).
R.A.C.E. mentoring through social media: Black and Hispanic scholars share their journey in the academy. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Palmer, R. T., Walker, L. J., Goings, R. B. *Gipson, C., *Troy C., & Commodore, F. (Eds.).
(2016). Graduate education at historically Black colleges and universities: A student perspective. New York: Routledge Press.
Refereed Journal Articles
Goings, R. B., & Sewell, C. P. (2019). Outside connections matter: Reflections on the college choice process for gifted Black students from New York City. The High School Journal, 102(3), 189–209.
Bonner, F. A., & Goings, R. B. (2019). Academically gifted Black males: An intersectional focus on achievement across the P-12 spectrum. Gifted Child Today, 42(3), 120–121.
Sewell, C. P., & Goings, R. B. (2019). Navigating the gifted bubble: Black adults reflecting ontheir transition experiences in NYC gifted programs. Roeper Review, 41(1), 20–34.
Bristol, T., & Goings, R. B. (2018). Exploring the boundary-heightening experiences of Black male teachers: Lessons for teacher education. Journal of Teacher Education. Advanced online publication: http://journals.sagepub.com/ doi/abs/10.1177/ 0022487118789367?journalCode= jtea
Goings, R. B. (2018). “Making up for lost time”: The transition experiences of nontraditional Black male undergraduates. Adult Learning. Advanced online publication: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1045159518783200
Shi, Q., & Goings, R. B. (2018). What do African American 9th graders discuss during individual school counseling sessions?: A national study. Professional School Counseling, 21(1), 1–9.
Goings, R. B., Bristol, T. J., & Walker, L. J. (accepted). Exploring the transition experiences of one Black male refugee pre-service teacher at a HBCU. Journal for Multicultural Education.
Goings, R. B., & Ford, D. Y. (2018). Investigating the intersection of poverty and race in gifted education journals: A 15-year analysis. Gifted Child Quarterly, 62(1), 25–36.
Goings, R. B., Davis, J. L., Britto, J., & Green, D. (2017). The influence of mentoring on the
academic trajectory of a 17-year-old Black male college sophomore from the United Kingdom: A single-case study. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1080/13611267.2017.1364853
Goings, R. B. (2017). Traditional and nontraditional high-achieving Black males’ strategies for interacting with faculty at a historically Black college and university. The Journal of Men’s Studies. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1177/1060826517693388
Goings, R. B. (2017). Nontraditional Black male undergraduates: A call to action. Adult
Learning, 28(3), 121–124. (Online version published in 2015)
Henderson, D. X., Baker, A., Goings, R. B., & Gordon-Littréan, B. (2017). “Make
you feel needed”: Exploring social connectedness in the experiences of suspended youth in the Boomerang Program, USA. Children & Society. Advanced online publication. doi: 10.1111/chso.12210
Goings, R. B. (2016). (Re)Defining the narrative: High-achieving nontraditional Black male
undergraduates at a historically Black college and university. Adult Education Quarterly, 66(3), 237–253.
Goings, R. B. & Bianco, M. (2016). It’s hard to be who you don’t see: An exploration of Black
male high school students’ perspectives on becoming teachers. The Urban Review, 48, 628–646.
Goings, R. B. (2016). Investigating the experiences of two high-achieving Black male HBCU
graduates: An exploratory study. Negro Educational Review, 4, 54–75.
Wright, B. L., Counsell, S. L., Goings, R. B., Freeman, H., & Peat, F. (2016). Creating access
and opportunity: Preparing African-American male students for STEM trajectories PreK-12. Journal for Multicultural Education, 10(3), 384–404.
Goings, R. B. (2016). Supporting high-achieving nontraditional Black male undergraduates:
Implications for theory, policy, and practice. Urban Education Research and Policy Annuals, 4(1), 9-16.
Goings, R. B., Mitchell, D., & Hilton, A. A. (2016). Embracing a multicultural perspective in
science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) higher education: From talk to action. Journal for Multicultural Education, 10(2), 102–106.
Goings, R. B. (2015). The lion tells his side of the (counter)story: A Black male educator’s
autoethnographic account. Journal of African American Males in Education, 6(1), 91–105.
Goings, R. B., *Smith, A., *Harris, D., *Wilson, T., & ^Lancaster, D. (2015). Countering the
narrative: A layered perspective on supporting Black males in education. Perspectives on Urban Education, 12(1), 54–63.
Guest Refereed Journal Editorships
Young, M., & Goings, R. B. (Eds.) (In Progress). The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA):
Multicultural Perspectives from the Field. Teachers College Record. (TCR Yearbook 2018 publication date).
Goings, R. B., & Bonner, F. A., II. (Eds.) (2017). Disrupting the Narrative: High-achieving
African American males in higher education. Journal of African American Males in Education, 8(1).
Goings, R. B., Hilton, A. A., & Mitchell, D. (Eds.) (2016). Multicultural Perspectives in Science,
Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in Higher Education. Journal for Multicultural Education, 10(2).
Goings, R. B., & Walker, L. J. (in press). Nurturing the scholar identity of Black males:
Disrupting the myth of Black male inferiority. In F. D. Beachum, & F. E. Obiakor (Eds.), Improving educational outcomes of vulnerable children: Starting from the bottom. Svedala, Sweden: Oakleaf Books.
Ford, D. Y., Young, J. L., Wright, B. L., & Goings, R. B. (accepted). Honoring differences:
Improving the representation of culturally different gifted students based on equity. In D. Sisk, B. Wallace, & J. Senior (Eds.), SAGE handbook on gifted education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Walker, L. J., Goings, R. B., Spencer, D., McDonald-Lowe, S., & Palmer, R. T. (accepted).
Embracing change: The importance of pluralism at historically Black colleges and universities. In C. Newman, A. A. Hilton, B. Hinnant-Crawford, & S. Platt. (Eds.), Multicultural education in the 21st century: Innovative research and practices. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Walker, L. J., & Goings, R. B. (2017). Historically Black colleges and universities role
in preparing professional students for the global workforce. In T. F. Boykin, R. T. Palmer, & A. A. Hilton, Professional Education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Past Trends and Future Outcomes. New York: Routledge.
Walker, L. J., & Goings, R. B. (2017). A dream deferred: How trauma impacts the academic
achievement of African American youth. In N. Finigan-Carr (Ed.), Linking health and education for African American students’ success (pp. 3-12). New York: Routledge Press.
*Hollis, T., & Goings, R. B. (2017). Keeping the dream through the CARE model: Examining
strategies to bridge the gaps in education among urban youth. In W. T. Pink, & G. W. Noblit (Eds.), International Handbook of Urban Education (2nd ed.) (pp. 888-905). The Netherlands: Springer.
Ford, D. Y., Whiting, G. W., & Goings, R. B., Robinson, S. A. (2017). Culturally different
students in special education: Issues, theories, and recommendations to address overrepresentation. In M. T. Hughes, & E. Talbott (Eds.), Handbook of research on diversity in special education (pp. 131–148). Boston: John Wiley.
Ford, D. Y., Whiting, G.W., & Goings, R. B., Alexander. S. N. (2017). Too much, too little,
but never too late: Countering the extremes in gifted and special education for Black and Hispanic students. In K. Fasching-Varner, L. L. Martin, R. W. Mitchell, K. Bennett-Haron, & A. Daneshzadeh (Eds.), Understanding, Dismantling, and Disrupting the prison-to- school pipeline (pp. 21–42). New York: Lexington Press.
Goings, R. B. (2016). The transformation from student to scholar through RACE mentoring. In
M. Trotman Scott, D.Y. Ford, R. B. Goings, T. Wingfield, & M. Henfield (Eds.). Race mentoring through social media: Black and Hispanic scholars share their journey in the academy (pp. 3–11). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Ford, D. Y., Whiting, G. W., & Goings, R. B. (2016). Biracial and multiracial gifted students:
Looking for a grain of rice in a box of sand. In J.L. Davis, & J. L. Moore, III (Eds.), Gifted children of color around the world: Diverse needs, exemplary practices, and direction for the future (pp. 121–135). United Kingdom: Bingley.
Palmer, R. T., Walker, L. J., Goings, R. B., *Gipson, C., *Troy C., & Commodore, F. (2016).
Contextualizing graduate education at historically Black colleges and universities. In R. T. Palmer, L. J. Walker, R. B. Goings, C. Gipson, C. Troy, & F. Commodore (Eds). Graduate Education at historically Black colleges and universities: A student perspective (pp. 1–14). New York: Routledge Press.
Palmer, R.T., Maramba, D. C., Ozuna, T., & Goings, R. B. (2015). From matriculation to
engagement on campus: Delineating the experiences of Latino/a students at a public HBCU: Implications for practice and future research. In R.T. Palmer, R. Shorette, & M. Gasman (Eds.), Exploring diversity at historically Black colleges and universities: Implications for policy and practice (pp. 67–78). New Directions for Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Goings, R. B. & Walker, L.J. (2015). [Review of the book Raised up down yonder: Growing up
Black in rural Alabama, by A.M. Howell]. The Journal of Negro Education, 84(4), 609-610.
Goings, R. B. (in press). Don’t our participants deserve more?: Reflections from one member
check. Commission on Community, Minority, & Non-Formal Education Newsletter.
Goings, R. B., & Bonner, F. A., II. (2017). High-Achieving Black Males in higher education:
Introduction to the special issue. Journal of African American Males in Education, 8(1), 1–5. (Editorial)
Goings, R. B. (2016). What if Leo didn’t have a Dr. Goings in His Life? Advocating against the
over-referral of Black boys into special education. DDEL Voices, 6(3), 7. Available Online: https://higherlogicdownload.s3.amazonaws.com/SPED/93b2239a-b8b1-43e2-bca7-a6ded35ad39a/UploadedImages/DDEL%20VOICES%20Volume%206%20Issue%203%20.pdf
Walker, L. J., Palmer. R. T., & Goings, R. B. (2016). HBCUs offer a great return on investment
for graduate students. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education (Summer 2016 issue).
Goings, R. B. (2015, November 25). 5 Strategies for Surviving and Thriving During Your
Dissertation. Inside Higher Ed. Available Online: https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2015/11/25/how-survive-and-thrive-during-dissertation-process-essay
Walker, L. J., & Goings, R. B. (2015, October 22). New regulation could impact teacher ed
programs at MSIs. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Available Online: http://diverseeducation.com/article/78537/
Goings, R. B. (2015, September 17). Diversifying the STEM teacher workforce in Maryland.
Education Week. Available Online: http://blogs.edweek.org/teachers/classroom_qa_with_larry_ferlazzo/2015/09/response_what_universities_are_doing_to_recruit_teachers_of_color.html
Goings, R. B. (2015, August 7). Increasing the representation of African American medical
doctors: A call to action. The Edvocate. Available Online: http://www.theedadvocate.org/increasing-the-representation-of-african-american-male-medical-doctors-a-call-to-action/
Goings, R. B. (2015, June 2). Ensuring non-traditional Black student success at HBCUs: A
researcher’s reflection. Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) Unplugged. Available Online:http://msisunplugged.com/2015/06/02/ensuring-non-traditional-black-student-success-at-hbcus-a-researchers-reflection/
Goings, R. B. & Gasman, M. (2014, November 9). The future of HBCUs may rest on adopting a
growth mindset. Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Available online: http://diverseeducation.com/article/67828/
Goings, R. B. (2014). The mindset of Black excellence: Reframing the narrative on Black
education. The Young Black Experience Magazine, 5, 24-26.
Goings, R. B. (2014). #Eduplift: Supporting Black male educational excellence. Living
Education eMagazine, 17-20, (Invited).
Goings, R. B. (2013). Response to supreme court decision on voting rights act. U.S. Department
of Education Blog. Available Online: http://www.ed.gov/edblogs/whieeaa/2013/08/response-to-supreme-court-decision-on-voting-rights-act/
Goings, R. B. (2017). Baltimore County Public Schools Office of College and Career Readiness
Male Mentoring Program evaluation.
Goings, R. B. (2017). Teach to Lead Ignite Principal Coaching Program Evaluation.