Paul C. Harris« Employee directory
- Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2009
- M.Ed., University of Virginia, 2003
- B.S., University of Virginia, 2001
Prior to joining the Curry faculty, I served as a high school counselor for several years. Both my practice and my research are conducted through a paradigm shaped by equity and access. My research agenda focuses on promoting the college and career readiness of high school and collegiate student athletes. I am particularly interested in how K-12 professional school counselors and intercollegiate athletics stakeholders support the healthy identity development of all student athletes, with emphasis on Black males.
Harris, P. C., Hines, E. M., Kelly, D. D., Williams, D. J., & Bagley, B. (2014). Promoting the Academic Engagement and Success of Black Male Student-Athletes. The High School Journal, 97(3), 180-195.
Harris, P. C. (2014). The sports participation effect on educational attainment of black males. Education and Urban Society, 46(5), 507-521.
- Prof. Harris Awarded NCAA Research Grant
- Prof. Harris Invited to Speak by ASCA
- Charlottesville Tomorrow Features Youth-Nex Conference on After-School
- Counselor Ed Student Named Chi Sigma Iota Leadership Fellow
- Prof. Harris’s Work with CHS Student Athletes Featured on CharlottesvilleTomorrow
- Pianta & Harris on Tom Tom Panel on Innovations in Education
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