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 student athlete development, with emphasis on the college readiness of Black male student athletes. I am particularly interested in the role that K-12 professional school counselors serve in facilitating a solid educational agenda being tied to student athletes’ athletic pursuits. I also aim to understand how best to ensure successful educational experiences for intercollegiate student athletes.
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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