Sherrell Hicklen House

Assistant Professor

North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Benbow Hall 202B
B.S.Psychology / Howard University
M.S.Psychology in Education / University of Pittsburgh
Ph.D.Human Development and Family Studies / Michigan State University

Research Interests

Broadly, my research focuses on protective factors and risk factors for African American students navigating educational contexts. I explore ethnic-racial socialization as a protective factor for African American families and the racialized experiences of African American youth in educational settings. I am interested in conducting research that impacts the efficiency and effectiveness of programs and policy needed to enhance the wellbeing of African American youth and families.

Recent Publications

  • , Sherrell House, Sherrell House (2019). (Implementing Culturally Responsive Practices in Family-School Partnership Programs). In Andy Garbacz, (Establishing Family-School Partnerships in School Psychology: Critical Skills) ). Routledge.