Tonisha Lane Published in Journal and Book
May 1, 2022
Tonisha Lane, an assistant professor in the School of Education, published “Sense of Belonging and Community Building within a STEM Intervention Program: A Focus on Latino Male Undergraduates’ Experiences,” Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 21.2 (2022): 228–42, with Elvira Abrica, Stephanie Zobac, and Elizabeth Collins; and “A Critical Duoethnographic Account of Two Black Women Faculty Using Co-Mentoring to Traverse Academic Life,” Building Mentorship Networks to Support Black Women: A Guide to Succeeding in the Academy, ed. Bridget Turner Kelly and Sharon Fries-Britt, Diversity Faculty in the Academy (New York, New York: Routledge, 2022), pp. 19–33, with Deirdre Cobb-Roberts.