Dr. Ramon Goings' Publications


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 Quarterly62(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).

Book Chapters

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

Book Reviews

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.

Editor-Reviewed Publications
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/

Technical/Evaluation Reports

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.