Tonisha Lane, an assistant professor in the School of Education, published “Examining Relationships That Matter: A Qualitative Study of Black Women in Doctoral Education,” Journal of African American Women & Girls in Education 2.1 (2022): 27–46, with Shawna M. Patterson-Stephens, Ebony N. Perez, and Devona Foster Pierre; and “Culturally Relevant Mentoring: A Differentiator for Institutional Change,” Implementing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging in Educational Management Practices, ed. Abeni El-Amin (Hershey, Pennsylvania: IGI-Global, 2022), pp. 290–309, with Sylvia Wilson Thomas et al.