2008 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
2002 - Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award, American Sociological Association
His Ethnic group study is within the categories of Racial differences and Racial diversity. His Race (biology) research extends to the thematically linked field of Racial diversity. Race (biology) and Critical race theory are frequently intertwined in his study. Machine learning is intertwined with Multivariate analysis and Ranking (information retrieval) in his research. Walter R. Allen frequently studies issues relating to Machine learning and Multivariate analysis. His Politics study combines Promotion (chess) and Resentment studies. He combines topics linked to Ranking (information retrieval) and Class (philosophy) with his work on Artificial intelligence. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Artificial intelligence and Class (philosophy). Among his Anxiety studies, you can observe a synthesis of other disciplines of science such as Learned helplessness and Resentment.
In most of his Gender studies studies, his work intersects topics such as Black male. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Law and Politics in his research. Borrowing concepts from Law, he weaves in ideas under Politics. His Racial bias research extends to the thematically linked field of Race (biology). As part of his studies on Racial bias, he often connects relevant subjects like Race (biology). In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Social psychology and Developmental psychology research. Walter R. Allen integrates many fields, such as Developmental psychology and Social psychology, in his works. In his work, Walter R. Allen performs multidisciplinary research in Higher education and Pedagogy. In his research, Walter R. Allen undertakes multidisciplinary study on Pedagogy and Higher education.
Walter R. Allen's looking at Higher education as part of his Historically black colleges and universities and Postsecondary education and Higher education study. He integrates Historically black colleges and universities with Racism in his research. His Racism study combines Critical race theory and Racial bias studies. As part of his studies on Racial bias, Walter R. Allen often connects relevant areas like Race (biology). Race (biology) and Racial composition are frequently intertwined in his study. His work on Racial composition is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Gender studies. Gender studies is frequently linked to Racial diversity in his study. Walter R. Allen has begun a study into Ethnic group, looking into Racial diversity and Racial differences. His Ethnic group research extends to Racial differences, which is thematically connected.
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The Color of Success: African-American College Student Outcomes at Predominantly White and Historically Black Public Colleges and Universities
Walter R. Allen.
Harvard Educational Review (1992)
Enhancing Campus Climates for Racial/Ethnic Diversity: Educational Policy and Practice
Sylvia Hurtado;Jeffrey F. Milem;Alma R. Clayton-Pedersen;Walter R. Allen.
The Review of Higher Education (1998)
The color line and the quality of life in America
Reynolds Farley;Walter Recharde Allen.
“Assume the Position . . . You Fit the Description”: Psychosocial Experiences and Racial Battle Fatigue Among African American Male College Students
William A. Smith;Walter R. Allen;Lynette L. Danley.
American Behavioral Scientist (2007)
Sociodemographic and environmental correlates of racial socialization by Black parents.
Michael C. Thornton;Linda M. Chatters;Robert Joseph Taylor;Walter R. Allen.
Child Development (1990)
Enacting Diverse Learning Environments: Improving the Climate for Racial/Ethnic Diversity in Higher Education. ERIC Digest.
Sylvia Hurtado;Jeffrey Milem;Alma Clayton-Pedersen;Walter Allen.
Black student, White campus: Structural, interpersonal, and psychological correlates of success.
Walter R. Allen.
Journal of Negro Education (1985)
A Backward Glance Forward: Past, Present and Future Perspectives on Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Walter Recharde Allen;Joseph O. Jewell.
The Review of Higher Education (2002)
Racial Privilege in the Professoriate: An Exploration of Campus Climate, Retention, and Satisfaction
Uma M. Jayakumar;Tyrone C. Howard;Walter R. Allen;June C. Han.
The Journal of Higher Education (2009)
College in Black and White: African American students in predominantly White and in historically Black public universities.
Walter Recharde Allen;Edgar G. Epps;Nesha Z. Haniff.
Social Forces (1992)
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