Began Doctoral Fellowship: Fall 2010
Program Area: Curriculum, Teaching, & Teacher Education; working with Dr. Dorene Ross & Dr. Sevan Terzian
Primary Research Interests: African American education and pedagogy; History of Education—segregated schooling; Africana methodologies.
Courses Taught at UF: EDG 4930, “Race, History, and Public Schooling in the United States”
Recent Conference Paper Presentation: Diedre Houchen, “The State of African Americans in Higher Education: A Review of the Literature.” ISAAC Conference on Research Directions; Third Biannual Empirical Research Conference on African American Education. Hilton Head, SC. May 2013.
Recent Scholarly Publication: Linda Behar-Horenstein, Cirecie West-Olatunji, Thomas Moore, Diedre Houchen & Kellie Roberts, “Resilience post-tenure: The experience of an African American Woman in a PWI,” Florida Journal of Educational Administration and Policy 5 (January 2013): 68-84.