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Published Books and Research Articles

Authored or Co-authored by Dr. Denise O'Neil Green, Ph.D.

Valleys of Hope Diversity Triumphs

Green, D.O. (2018). Integrating equity, diversity, and inclusion into the DNA of public universities: Reflections of a chief diversity officer. In S. Thompson (Ed.) Valleys of Hope Diversity Triumphs. (pp. 185-199). Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Limited.

Disability as Diversity in Higher Education: Policies and Practices to Enhance Student Success

Green, D.O., Willis, L., Green, M. D. and Beckman, S. (2017). Access Ryerson: Promoting disability as diversity. In E. Kim and K. Aquino (Eds.) Disability as diversity in higher education: Policies and practices to enhance student success (pp. 200-215). Abingdon: Routledge.

Handbook of Research on Race, Gender, and the Fight for Equality

Cotton, K., Green, D.O., Beckman, S., Hussain, A., Robb, A. and Matthew D. Green, III. (2016). Leveraging new media as social capital for diversity officers: How equity, diversity, and inclusion professionals can use social media to foster equality. In J. Prescott (Ed.) Handbook of research on race, gender, and the fight for equality (pp. 113-141). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Cutting-edge Technologies and Social Media Use in Higher Education

Cotton, K. and Green, D.O. (2014). Leveraging new media as social capital for diversity officers: A how-to guide for equity, diversity, and inclusion professionals seeking to use social media to carve a niche in the social networking space. In V. Benson and S. Morgan (Eds.) Cutting-edge technologies and social media use in higher education (pp. 294-319). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

New Directions for Institutional Research

Green, D.O. (2007). Using qualitative methods to assess academic success and retention programs for underrepresented minority students. New directions for institutional research, 136, 41-53.

The Sage Handbook on Grounded Theory

Green, D.O., Creswell, J., Shope, R. and Plano Clark, V. (2007). Grounded theory and racial/ethnic diversity. In T. Bryant and K. Charmaz (Eds.), The Sage handbook on grounded theory (pp. 472-492). London: Sage Publications.

New Directions for Community Colleges

Green, D.O. (2006). Historically underserved students: What we know, what we still need to know. New directions for community colleges, 135, 21-28.

Higher Education for the Public Good: Emerging Voices From a National Movement

Green, D.O. and Trent, W. (2005). The public good and a racially diverse democracy. In A. Kezar, T. Chambers, & J. Burkhardt (Eds.), Higher education for the public good: Emerging voices from a national movement (pp. 102-123). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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