Recent  Research Papers, Conference Presentations and Evaluation Reports

  1. Blackmon, A.T. (2020). Engagement in Engineering Pathways “E-PATH” An Initiative to Retain Non-Traditional Students in Engineering Year Three Formative External Evaluation Report; Atlanta, (GA), Innovative Learning Center, LLC, 2020. Grant No. 1712008. Supported by the National Science Foundation.
  2. Blackmon, A. T., Castillo, B., Pendergrass, J. (2020). Using eye-tracking to measure the development of undergraduate students’ chemistry problem-solving abilities and perceptions of self-regulation in a blended learning environment. Journal of Chemistry Education, Research, and Practice (under review).
  3. Blackmon, A. T. & Castillo, B. (2019, July). Using Eye Tracking Systems to Assess the Impact of a Hybrid Problem-based Distance-learning Environment on Chemistry Students’ Problem-solving Skills. Paper presented at the IAFOR European Conference on Education.
  4. Monrose Mills, N., Tucker-Blackmon, A., McKayle, C., Stolz, R., & Romano, S. (2020.). Peer-Led Team Learning and its Effect on Mathematics Self-Efficacy and Anxiety in a Developmental Mathematics Course. In American Mathematical Sciences Anniversary Proceedings. (in press)
  5. McKayle, C., Stoltz, R., & Blackmon, A.T. (2018). Non-cognitive psychological variables of gender inequalities in STEM education, Gender Summit 15-Europe (GS15). United in Science and through Science, London, June 19, 2018.
  6. Blackmon, A.T. (2018). Engagement in Engineering Pathways “E-PATH”: An Initiative to Retain Non-Traditional Students in Engineering, Year One Formative External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 1712008. Valencia State College West Campus, Florida.
  7. Blackmon, A.T. (2018). UVI ACE Implementation Growth Model Program, Year One Formative External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 1623126. University of Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, USVI.
  8. Blackmon, A.T. (2017). Summative Evaluation Report: NRI: Co-Robots for COMPUGIRLS – Culturally Responsive Robotics Education for Underrepresented Girls Award Number:1427399, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  9. Blackmon, A.T. (2017). Stereotype Threat in Engineering Education: Capturing and Defining Experiences of Stereotype Threat Among African American Students in Engineering, Year One Formative External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No.1648609. Xavier University, New Orleans, LA.
  10. Blackmon, A.T. (2016). HBCU-UP Implementation Grant: Comprehensive Approach to Retention and Persistence in STEM: Summative Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 1137472, University of Virgin Island, St. Thomas, Virgin Island.
  11. Williams, D.A., & Blackmon, A.T. (2015). College me, Career me: Building K-12 student identities for success in engineering. J.B. Slaughter, Y. Tao, & W. Pearson (Eds.), Changing the face of engineering: The African American experience. Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins University Press.
  12. Blackmon, A.T. (2014). Summative Evaluation Report: Impact of the Advancing Spelman’s Participation in Informatics Research and Education (ASPIRE) program on undergraduate students’ science motivation and preparation for graduate school. NSF Award No. 0714553, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA.
  13. Blackmon, A.T. (2013). HBCU-UP Implementation Grant: Comprehensive Approach to Retention and Persistence in STEM: Year Two External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 1137472, University of Virgin Island, St. Thomas, Virgin Island.
  14. Blackmon, A.T. (2012). Biotechnology and Bioinformatics—Institute of Food Safety Science Program: Summative Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 0903158, Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL.
  15. Blackmon, A.T. (2012). Spelman College Phenomenological Investigations for Introductory Physics Summative External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 0837216. Spelman College, Atlanta, GA.
  16. Blackmon, A.T. (2012). INoVATE: A Network Virtualization Project, Year One External Evaluation Report. NSF Award No. 104234. Florida State College, Jacksonville, FL.
  17. Brooks, M., West-Olatunji, C. & Blackmon, A.T. (2012). Minority serving institutions and their contributions to advancing multicultural teacher education pedagogy. Education, 2: 349-360.
  18. Blackmon, A.T (2003). The influence of science education professional development on African- American science teachers’ conceptual change and practice. ProQuest Dissertations; Emory University, 2003; Publication Number: AAI3080303
  19. Tucker, A. (1995, May). Characterization and optimization of an innovative sample introduction system: The oscillating capillary nebulizer. Manuscript, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech Thesis and Dissertations.