Publications

Articles (Refereed)

Platt, C.S., & Hilton, A.A. (2017). Why so much blackness? Race in the dissertation topics and research of Black male doctoral students. Specturm: A Journal on Black Men, 5(2), p. 23-44.

Farmer, E.D., Hilton, A.A., & Reneau, F.H. (2016). Variables that contribute to retention and graduation of Black American females at an historically Black university. Negro Educational Review, 67(1-4), 133 – 148.

Hilton, A.A., Freeman, S., Lee, J.M., Jr., & McClain, K.S. (2016). The governing structures of state supported historically Black colleges and universities. The Journal of HBCU Research + Culture. 1(1), 1 – 13. (*Lead article in issue)

Bryant, C.J., Hilton, A.A., & Green-Powell, P.A. (2016). Mentoring as professional development for African American Ph.D. students pursuing the professoriate.  The Western Journal of Black Studies, 40(1), 61-71.

Hilton, A.A., Freeman, S., Lee, J.M., Jr., & McClain, K.S. (2016). The governing structures of state supported historically Black colleges and universities.  The Journal of HBCU Research + Culture. 1(1), 1 – 13. (*Lead article in issue)

Thomas, M., & Hilton, A.A. (2016). Inclusive learning environments: A focus on learning styles, gender and personality types.  Teacher-Scholar: The Journal of the State Comprehensive University, 7(1), 63-79. 

Borum, V.O., Hilton, A.A., & Walker, E.N. (2016).  The role of Black colleges in the development of mathematicians.  Journal of Research Initiatives. 2(1), 1-15.

Goings, R.B., Mitchell, D., Jr., & Hilton, A.A. (2016). Embracing a multicultural perspective in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) higher education: From talk to action. Journal for Multicultural Education, 10(2), 102-106.

Ingram, T.N., Williams, L., Coaxum, J., Hilton, A.A., & Harrell, I.L. II. (2016). Motivational factors of African American men enrolled at selected community colleges. Journal of Research Initiatives. 2(1), 1-17.

Williams, K., Burt, B., & Hilton, A.A. (2016).  Math achievement: A role strain and adaptation approach. Journal for Multicultural Education, 10(3), 368-383. 

Bryant, C. J.,  Hilton, A.A., & Green-Powell, P.A.  (2015). African American doctoral scholars’ and fellows’ professional development mentoring experiences toward higher education professorship.   Journal of Research Initiatives, 1(3), 1-10.

Hilton, A.A. (2015).  Editors introduction: Black men and non-cognitive factors influencing their success in college. Western Journal of Black Studies, 39(1), 1-2.

Hilton, A.A., & Ray, C.A. (2015). [Review of the book Black male collegians: Increasing access, retention, and persistence in higher education, by R.T. Palmer, J. Luke Wood, T. Elon Dancy II, T.L. Strayhorn] Journal of College Student Development, 56(4), 414-416.

Wood, J.L., Hilton, A.A., & Nevarez, C. (2015). Faculty of color and White faculty: An analysis of service in Colleges of Education in the Arizona Public University System.  Journal of the Professoriate, 8(1), 85-109.

Hilton, A.A., & McClain, K.S. (2014).  HBCUs can maximize minority student achievement and success.  International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education1(12), 56-59.

Knight, L., Davenport, E., Green-Powell, P., & Hilton, A.A. (2014). An analysis of historically Black colleges and universities student retention and attrition efforts. International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education1(8), 123-138.

Mitchell, D., Jr., Almanza, A., Hilton, A.A., & Spraggins, B. (2014). Still happening, yet still problematic: The 21st century DuBois and Washington debate. The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice. 7(3), 205-216.

Wood, J.L., Hilton, A.A., & Hicks, T. (2014).  Motivational factors for academic success: Perspectives of African American males in the community college.  The National Journal of Urban Education & Practice. 7(3), 247-265.

Collins, E.L., Davis, C.H., & Hilton, A.A.  (2013).  The relevance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in preparing Black educators and teachers.  eJournal of Education Policy. http://nau.edu/COE/eJournal/_Forms/Fall2013/CollinsHunterDavisandHilton/

Hicks, T., Herndon, M., Hilton, A.A., Tang, L., Wade, B., Attoh, P., & Armstrong, V.  (2013).  Assessing life styles, stressors and health status among a predominantly African American on-campus and off-campus student population.  The College Quarterly16(3).http://www.collegequarterly.ca/2013-vol16-num03-summer/hicks.html

Hilton, A.A., Gasman, M., & Wood, J.L. (2013). Hilton, A.A., Gasman, M., & Wood, J.L. (2013). The impact of the One Florida Initiative on Florida’s public law schools: A Critical Race Theory analysis. Journal of Educational Foundations, 27(3-4), p. 103-116.  Journal of Educational Foundations, 27(3-4), p. 103-116.

Turnipseed, I., Hilton, A., Summers, E. (2013). Embracing diversity and avoiding ACRASH by calling spades, progressing syntaxes, and affirming actions. The International Journal of Community Diversity, 12(2).

Wood, J. L., & Hilton, A. A. (2013). Moral choices: Towards a conceptual model of Black male moral development.  Western Journal of Black Studies. 37(1), 14 – 27.

Davenport, E., Knight, L., Green-Powell, P., & Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Historically Black colleges and universities – Relevant, yesterday, today and tomorrow. Journal of the Alliance of Black School Educators. Volume 10 (Feature #3).

Gasman, M., & Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Mixed motivations, mixed results: A history of law, legislations, historically Black colleges and universities, and interest convergence.  Teachers College Record, 114(7). 

Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Book Review of the Community College Leadership and Administration Theory Practice and Change Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 36(9), 738 – 740. 

Hilton, A.A., Gasman, M., Wood, J.L., & Williams, M.S. THE RELEVANCE OF BLACK LAW SCHOOLS.  Southern University Law Review. 40 S.U.L. Rev. 145 (2012).

Knight, L., Davenport, E., Green-Powell, P., & Hilton, A.A.  (2012).  An analysis of Historically Black Colleges and Universities student retention and attrition efforts. Journal of the Alliance of Black School Educators.  Volume 10 (Feature #5).

Knight, L., Davenport, E., Green-Powell, P., & Hilton, A.A.  (2012). The role of HBCUs in Today’s Higher Education Landscape  International Journal of Education, 4(2), 223 – 235.

Wood, J.L., & Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Five Ethical Paradigms for Community College Leaders Toward Constructing and Considering Alternative Courses of Action in Ethical Decision Making.  Community College Review, 40(3), 196 – 214. 

Wood, J. L., & Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Spirituality and Academic Success Perceptions of African American Males in the Community CollegeReligion & Education, 39(1), 28 – 47. 

Wood, J.L., Nevarez, C., & Hilton, A.A. (2012).  Determinants of Transfer Among Community College Students  Journal of Applied Research in the Community College. 12(2), 1 – 6. 

Green-Powell, P., Hilton, A.A., & Joseph, C.L. (2011). Community Relations and Partnerships with Local Churches to assist Low Performing Schools  Journal of US-China Education Review, 8(1), 64-69. 

Strayhorn, T.L., Ortiz, K., & Hilton, A.A. (2011).  Queering the educational color line: Experiences of Black gay collegians on campuses of HBCUs  NASPA GLBT Knowledge Community White Paper, p. 2 – 4, http://www.naspa.org/kc/glbt/FALL_GLBTKC_WhitePaper.pdf

Thomas, M., & Hilton, A.A. (2011).  The Relevance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities An Exploration of the Affect of Campus Climate on Student SuccessNASAP Journal, 14(1), 19-33.

Wood, J.L., Hilton, A.A., & Lewis, C.W. (2011).  Black Male Collegians in Public Two Year Colleges Student Perspectives on the Effect of Employment on Academic Success.  NASAP Journal14(1), 97-110.

Wood, J.L., Nevarez, C., & Hilton, A.A. (2011).  Creating a Culture of Transfer in the Community College Recommendations for Addressing the Community College Achievement Gap  Making Connections: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Cultural Diversity, 13(1), 54 – 61. 

Gasman, M., & Hilton, A.A. (2010).  A 25 Year History of the American Association of University Professors’ Perspective on Shared Governance at HBCUs  Journal of Research in Education, 20(1), 53 – 60.

Hilton, A.A., Green-Powell, P., Joseph, C.L., & Knight, L.G. (2010).  The Perceptions of Administrators Concerning the One Florida Initiative  Journal of US-China Education Review, 8(2), 233 – 238.

Palmer, R. T., Davis, R.J., Moore, J.L., & Hilton, A.A. (2010).  A Nation at Risk Increasing College Participation and Persistence Among African American Males to Stimulate US Global Competitiveness  Journal of African American Males in Education, 1(2).

Hilton, A.A. (2009).  An Analysis of One State’s Use of Race Neutral Policies to Achieve Diversity. A Journal of the Center for African American Research and Policy.  2(1), 94 – 108.

Palmer, R.T., Davis, R. J., & Hilton, A. A. (2009). Exploring Challenges that Threaten to Impede the Academic Success of Academically Underprepared African American Male Collegians at an HBCU  Journal of College Student Development. 50(4), 429 – 445. 

Palmer, R.T., & Hilton, A.A. (2009).  The impact of the synergy created by a Black college community and its influence on challenging acting White.  Call and Response: The Scholarly Journal of the National Black Graduate Student Association, 2 (1), available online at http://www.nbgsa.org/journal/index.htm

Articles (Non-Refereed)

Wade, D.R., & Hilton, A.A. April 15, 2017. To Trap or not to Trap. The
Soultown, p. 8 – 9.

Hilton, A.A., & Mitchell, D., Jr.  (January 25, 2017).  We’re always athletes: Microaggressions of Black males navigating academia. Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at https://diverseeducation.com/article/91701/

Hilton, A.A. (December 6, 2016).  Controversy erupts over new report that highlights challenges facing Black collegians.  Huffington Post, available online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/controversy-erupts-over-new-report-that-highlights_us_58473760e4b099808c198de8

Whitaker, R.W., II, & Hilton, A.A. (December 5, 2016). Viewing Black male students as princes, not problems.  Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/89981/

Mitchell, D., Jr., & Hilton, A.A. (November 29, 2016). Historically Black for whom? A challenge for 21st century historically Black colleges and universities to embrace blackness, just blackness.  MSIs Unplugged, available online at https://msisunplugged.com/2016/11/29/historically-black-for-whom-a-challenge-for-21st-century-historically-black-colleges-and-universities-to-embrace-blackness-just-blackness/

Hilton, A.A., & Covington, M. (November 20, 2016).  Hiring its own graduates could be key to HBCUs’ survival.  Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at https://diverseeducation.com/article/89489/

Outten, D.L., & Hilton, A.A. (October 28, 2016).  For HBCUs, proposals show Hillary Clinton is the only choice. HBCU Digest, available online at https://hbcudigest.com/opinion-for-hbcus-proposals-show-hillary-clinton-is-the-only-choice-144a85b03df3#.g2eia3thq

Farmer, E.D., Mazyck, J.E., & Hilton, A.A. (September 13, 2016). Building a successful mentoring program for African American males is a win-win for HBCUs.  Huffington Post, available online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-adriel-a-hilton/building-a-successful-men_b_11756846.html

Covington, M., & Hilton, A.A. (August 28, 2016). Increasing HBCU retention: It’s the small things. Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/86257/

Broussard, W., & Hilton, A.A. (August 31, 2016). The unseen casualties of HBCU executive departures. HBCU Digest, available online at https://hbcudigest.com/the-unseen-casualties-of-hbcu-executive-departures-b556e1b4c658#.x19pxwihr

Wade, D.R., & Hilton, A.A. (April 25, 2016).  Institutional effectiveness professionals: The special ops of higher education.  Huffington Post, retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-adriel-a-hilton/institutional-effectivene_b_9768804.html

Covington, M., Mazyck, J.E., & Hilton, A.A. (March 8, 2016). The role of HBCUs in preparing students for graduate school at PWIs.  Huffington Post, available online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-adriel-a-hilton/the-role-of-hbcus-in-prep_b_9318996.html

Covington, M., & Hilton, A.A. (February 1, 2016). Learning from HBCUs to increase mentorship and representation of Black women at PWIs. Huffington Post, available online at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-adriel-a-hilton/learning-from-hbcus-to-in_b_9120116.html?utm_hp_ref=higher-education

Mitchell, D., Jr., & Hilton, A.A. (October 4, 2015). ‘My brother’s keeper’: A lesson from Marc Lamont Hill.  Diverse Issues in Higher Education, available online at http://diverseeducation.com/article/78148/

Hilton, A.A., Mitchell, D., Jr., & Charleston, L.J. (September 16, 2015). Community colleges embracing retention initiative for men of color by focusing on others.  Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-adriel-a-hilton/community-colleges-embrac_b_8143184.html

McClain, K.S., & Hilton, A.A. (March 5, 2015).  Racism is a toxin that seeps into all areas of society.  Asheville Citizen-Times.

Hilton, A.A. (February 2, 2015). North Carolina makes the top 10 lists of progress and shame.  Asheville Citizen-Times, p. A7. 

Hilton, A.A., & Felder, P.P. (2014). Why HBCU graduate persistence is important? Diverse Issues in Higher Education31(22), p. 18.

Hilton, A.A. (August 28 – September 3, 2014).  Transforming HBCUs for student success.  The Florida Sun83(35), p. 4.

Canida, R.L., & Hilton, A.A. (June 20, 2013).  Diversity within the academy: Where is the balance? Diverse Issues in Higher Education, 30(10), p. 28.

Daniels, B.D., Harrell, I.L., Hilton, A.A., Ingram, T.N., Lee, J.M., & Palmer, R.T. (November 5, 2013).  Persistence of Black male PhD recipients.  Published on Dr. Charles Taylor’s website, http://drcharlestaylor.com/persistence-of-black-male-phd-recipients/

Hervey, E., & Hilton, A.A. (June 3, 2013).  The college race.  Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-eurmon-hervey-jr/the-college-race_b_3379522.html

Hilton, A.A. (February 7 – 13, 2013). Civil rights activist Medgar Wiley Evers: The quintessential human being Part II. The Florida Sun, 82(6), p. 4 & 11.

Hilton, A.A. (January 31 – February 6, 2013).  Civil rights activist Medgar Wiley Evers: The quintessential human being Part I. The Florida Sun, 82(5), p. 4.

Hilton, A.A. (January 24 – 30, 2013). Education in the common era.  The Florida Sun, 82(4), p. 3.

Turnipseed, I.B., & Hilton, A.A. (January 19 – 25, 2012).  The AADERE model of success in six-figure Black managerial progression.  The Florida Sun, 81(3), p. 4.

Hilton, A.A., & Palmer, R.T. (December 9 – 15, 2010).  Black colleges – relevant and necessary.  The Florida Sun, 79(49), p. 4.

Palmer, R.T., Fountaine, T., & Hilton, A.A.  (December 2, 2010).  Responding to attempts to marginalize historically Black colleges and universities.  The Collegian

Hilton, A.A., & Jackson, J.F.L. (November 24, 2010).  How to gain entry and navigate graduate programs in the field of education and the humanities.  The Collegian

Hilton, A.A., & Ingram, T.N. (January 7, 2010).  LAST_WORD__RACEBLIND_COLLEGE_ADMISSIONS__BACK_TO_THE_DRAWING_BOARD  Diverse Issues in Higher Education. 26(24), p. 28. diverseeducation.com-

Ingram, T.N. & Hilton, A.A. (2009).  Call me DOCTOR.  Black College Today. Vol. XV, 6.

Hilton, A.A., & Palmer, R.T. (2008).  The importance of graduate education.  Black College Today.  Vol. XV, 5.

Hilton, A.A. (2008). Black graduate students’ national conference set for March of 2008. Black College Today.  Vol. XIII, 2.
Reference Publications

Hilton, A.A. (2010). Wheelan, Belle S.  In H.L. Gates & E.B. Higginbotham (Eds.), African American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hilton, A.A. (2010). Simmons, Howard L.  In H.L. Gates & E.B. Higginbotham (Eds.), African American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Hilton, A.A. (2009).  Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU)  In K. Lomotey (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of African American Education, 260-262.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. 

Books Edited by Adriel Hilton

Rogers, C., Lomotey, K., & Hilton, A.A. (Eds.). (2017). Innovative Approaches to Educational Leadership – Selected Cases. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.

Ingram, T.N., Greenfield, D.F., Carter, J.D., & Hilton, A.A. (Eds.). (2015). Exploring issues of diversity within Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Hilton, A.A., Wood, J.L., & Lewis, C.W. (2012).  Black Males in Postsecondary Education Examining their Experiences in Diverse Institutional Contexts Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 

Palmer, R. T., Hilton, A. A., & Fountaine, T.P.  (2012).Black Graduate Education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Trends Experiences and Outcomes. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 

Book Chapters

Brown, I., & Hilton, A.A. (2016).  Historically Black colleges and universities.  In K. Lomotey  (Ed).  People of color in the United States: Contemporary issues in education, work, communities, health, and immigration. Greenwood: Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, ABC-CLIO, LLC, Volume 1, pgs. 178 – 183.

Ray, C.A., Hilton, A.A., Wood, J.L, & Hicks, T.L. (2016).  Motivational factors for academic success: Prospectives of African American males at historically Black colleges and universities.  In C.B.W. Prince and R.L. Ford (Eds.)., Setting a new agenda for student engagement and retention in Historically Black Colleges and Universities, (p. 222 – 233). IGI Global. 

Wood, J.L., & Hilton, A.A., & Johnson, R.M. (2013). The effect of self-efficacy on academic and social integration: An investigation of students of color in the community college.  In T. Hicks and Michael McFrazier (Eds.), College student self-efficacy research studies.  Lanham, MD: University Press of America, Inc., Rowman Littlefield Publishing Group.

Goodman, G.S., & Hilton, A.A. (2013). Urban dropouts: Why persist? In R. Brock & G. Goodman (Eds.). School sucks! Arguments for alternative education.  New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Wood, J.L., Hilton, A.A., & Lewis, C.W. (2012). Black males across institutional types: Recurrent recommendations for research, policy and practice.  In Adriel A. Hilton, J. Luke Wood, and Chance W. Lewis. (Eds.). Black males in postsecondary education: Examining their experiences in diverse institutional contexts.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Palmer, R.T., Hilton, A.A., & Fountaine, T.P. (2012).Black Graduate Education at Historically Black Colleges and Universities Trends Experiences and Outcomes (introduction chapter). In R.T. Palmer, A.A. Hilton, & T.P. Fountaine (Eds.), Black graduate education at historically Black colleges and universities: Trends, experiences, and outcomes.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Wood, J. L. & Hilton, A. A. (2012). Enhancing Success in the Community College Recommendations from African American Male Students  In T. Hicks & A. Pitre (Eds.), Research studies in higher education: Educating multicultural college students (p. 69 – 85). Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 

Wood, J.L., & Hilton, A.A. (2012). Community Colleges A Meta-Synthesis of Literature on Black Males An Overview of Forty Years of Policy Recommendations  In Adriel A. Hilton, J. Luke Wood, and Chance W. Lewis. (Eds.). Black males in postsecondary education: Examining their experiences in diverse institutional contexts.  Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Goodman, G.S., & Hilton, A.A. (2010). Urban dropouts: Why persist? In G. Goodman (Ed.), Educational Psychology Reader: The Art and Science of How People Learn. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Goodman, G.S., & Hilton, A.A. (2010). Urban dropouts: Why persist?  Shirley R. Steinberg (Ed.), 19 Urban Questions. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Technical Reports

Hilton, A.A. (2005). Senate Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement. Senate Bill 2268.  Tallahassee, FL: The Florida Senate.
Hilton, A.A. (2005).  Senate Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement.  Senate Bill 784.  Tallahassee, FL: The Florida Senate.
Hilton, A.A. (2005).  Senate Staff Analysis and Economic Impact Statement.  Senate Bill 568.  Tallahassee, FL: The Florida Senate.

Books Edited by Adriel Hilton