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Primary Emphasis Area: K-12 Administration
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Short Bio
Dr. Gwendolyn Webb-Hasan received her doctorate in Special Education from Illinois State University in 1994. She is an Associate Professor in the Departments of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development and Teaching, Learning, and Culture at Texas A&M University. Dr. Webb-Hasan teaches graduate courses in culturally responsive leadership, urban school administration, instructional leadership development, and home, school and community partnerships. Her undergraduate teaching experience is in the area of multicultural education. Dr. Webb-Hasan's research is focused on (a) culturally responsive leadership, pedagogy, and teacher development, (b) the disproportionate representation of African American learners in Special Education, (c) culturally responsive family and community engagement, and (d) the exploration of academic achievement and sociopolitical contexts impacting African American girls. She has written numerous peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters and has keynoted at several national and state professional conferences. She is currently the chair of 14 doctoral committees, while serving on 46 doctoral committees. Eight doctoral students, with her serving as chair, have graduated in the last two years. She has received teaching awards from Texas A&M University and The University of Texas.
Area(s) of Emphasis
Public School Administration
Research Interests
Curriculum and Instructional Development
Multicultural Education
Parental/Family Involvement
Recruitment and Retention of Culturally Diverse Students in Higher Education
Special Education
Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)*

1. Webb-Johnson, G. C., Rochon, R., & Briscoe, M. L. (in press). Affirming all children and youth: The oral tradition as an integral part of classroom interactions. College Station, TX: Joy Publications. (In Press)

2. Larke, P.J., Webb-Hasan, G., Jimarez, T.& Li, Y. (In press). Cultivating Hispanic and African American females in reading, mathematics and science (CHARMS) for STEM at the elementary school level: One conference approach. Women in Leadership (In Press)

3. Webb-Hasan, G. C., Carter Jones, V., Moon, C. Y. (2018). Teaching African American and Latinx learners: Moving beyond a status quo punitive disciplinary context to considerations for equitable pedagogy in teacher education. In N. P. Carter & M.V. Vavrus (Eds.). Intersectionaliys of race, class, and gender with teaching and teacher education: Movement toward equity in education, (pp. 70-85). Boston, MA: Brill Publishing.

4. *Liles, V., Matthews, Y., Druery, D., Larke, P. J., & Webb-Hasan, G. C. (2017). Community service learning roles in the education of African American girls. In P. Larke, G. C. Webb-Hasan, & Young, J. (Eds). Cultivating Achievement, Respect, and Empowerment (CARE) for African American Girls in PreK-12 Settings: Implications for Access, Equity and Achievement, (pp. 337-349). NC: Information Age Publishing *

5. Larke, P., Webb-Hasan, G. C., & Young, J. (2017). Hey google, include us…African American girls. In P. Larke, G. C. Webb-Hasan, & Young, J. (Eds). Cultivating Achievement, Respect, and Empowerment (CARE) for African American Girls in PreK-12 Settings: Implications for Access, Equity and Achievement, (pp. 3-10). NC: Information Age Publishing

6. Blake, J.J., Gregory, A., James, M.C., & Webb-Hasan, G. (2016). Early Warning Signs: Identifying Opportunities to Disrupt Racial Inequities in School Discipline Through Data-Based Decision Making. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 10(3), 289-306.

7. Webb-Hasan, G. C., & Larke, P. J. (2016). Talking with attitude: Accessing the voices of African American girls. Journal of Negro Education

8. Larke, P. J., Webb-Hasan, G. C., Jimarez, T., & Li, Y. (2014). Analysis of Texas achievement data for elementary African American and Latino Females. Journal of Case Studies in Education.

9. Webb-Hasan, G. C., & Larke, P. J. (2013, Winter). The power of our expectations: What we perceive and believe about African American learners. The Journal of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators, 3(1), 1-2

10. Webb-Hasan, G. C., & Larke, P. J. (2012). We are looking for real, righteous educators: Turning the ships around. The Journal of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators, 2(1), 1-2. Published in a high-impact practitioner journal OR an invited journal article

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* Publication was joint-authored with students
Diss Publication was from a dissertation
ROS Publication was from a record of study

College of Education and Human Development Grants and Contracts (Current)

Catapult Round 4 - Addressing Critical Junctures in Teaching and Teacher Education: The USTAR+1 Program ($30,000). (Co-PI)
TAMU College of Education & Human Development (State)
2018/01/15 - 2019/06/15
Total Funding: 0.

Accelerated Preparation of Leaders for Underserved Schools (A-PLUS): Building Instructional Capacity to Impact Diverse Learners. (Co-I)
US Department of Education (Federal)
2017/09/01 - 2020/08/31
Total Funding: 13,692,601.
Courses Taught
Former Doctoral Students
Luisa Naumann (Spring, 2008), Ed.D
Guadalupe Gorordo (Spring, 2008), Ph.D.
Maria Sanchez (Spring, 2008), Ph.D.
Jeroladette Centilli (Fall, 2008), Ph.D.
Patrick Jay Valdez (Spring, 2009), Ph.D.
Dustun Rae Alexander (Summer, 2009), Ed.D.
Cheryl Turner Henry (Spring, 2011), Ed.D.
Wanda L. Baker (Spring, 2011), Ed.D.
Janet Willis (Fall, 2011), Ph.D.
Robert Long (Spring, 2012), Ed.D.
Ostrova McGary (Spring, 2012), Ph.D.
Catherine Ryan (Summer, 2012), Ed.D.
Shirley Ann Rose (Spring, 2013), Ed.D.
Monica Green (Spring, 2013), Ph.D.
Maria De Lourdes Viloria (Fall, 2013), Ph.D.
Susana Garza (Spring, 2014), Ed.D.
Marcus Jones (Spring, 2014), Ed.D.
Keri Shannon (Spring, 2014), Ed.D.
Altricia Larke (Spring, 2014), Ph.D.
Edrick Moultry (Spring, 2014), Ph.D.
Kimberly Rhodes-Monette (Fall, 2014), Ed.D.
Angela Abney (Fall, 2014), Ph.D.
Stephanie Evans Fletcher (Fall, 2015), Ed.D.
Reyes Isaac Rodriguez (Summer, 2016), Ph.D.
Annetra Patrece Piper (Fall, 2016), Ed.D.
Elias Alonzo III (Fall, 2017), Ed.D.
Sonia Marie Marrero (Fall, 2017), Ph.D.
Andrea Denee Cain (Fall, 2018), Ph.D.
Editorial Positions

Editorial Board Member (2014 - ). Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership

Assoc Editor (2011 - ). Educational Administration Quarterly

Editorial Board Member (2009 - ). Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners

Co-Editor (2006 - ). Journal of the Alliance of Black School Educators

Consulting Editor (2000 - ). Intervention in School and Clinic

Professional Leadership/Service (International/National)

(2011). Chair.  Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympiad (ACT-SO) of the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

(2009). President.  African American Professional Organization, Texas A&M University

(2005). LASER Senior Research Fellow.  Linking Academic Scholar and Educational Research, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Spring 2005

(2004-2005). Member.  Networking & Dissemination Core Team of National Institute for Urban School Improvement

(2003-2005). Member of Executive Board for Texas.  National Association of Multicultural Education

(2002). LASER Research Fellow.  Linking Academic Scholar and Educational Research, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, Fall 2002

(2000-2004). Member.  State Board of Certification, TexEs Special Education Item Review

Professional Leadership/Service (State)

(2008). Past President.  Texas Chapter of the National Association of Multicultural Education


(2017). 2017 Service Achievement Award.  2017 Service Achievement Award- EAHR, Outstanding Service Award, TAMU, Spring 2017

(2013). Department Climate Committee.  Chair

(2008-2008). Bush Excellence Award.  Faculty in Public Service

(2008). George Bush Excellence Award.  Faculty in Public Service, Texas A&M University

(2003). Un-Sung Hero Award.  Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Austin, Texas

(2003). Junteenth Celebration 2003 Recipent.  Al Edwards

(2002). Professor of the Month.  The University of Texas at Austin

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