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McGee, E. O. (2020). Black, Brown, Bruised: How Racialized STEM Education Stifles Innovation. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

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Monroe-White, T.,* & McGee, E. O. (in-press). Impact of Covid-19 on the Career Trajectories of Black, Indigenous and Latinx I.T. Graduate Students and Professionals. Southern Association for Information Systems (JSAIS).

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White, D.,* Miles, M.,* & McGee, E. O.  (Accept Pending Revisions). “She's a way better programmer than me”: Black Men’s Perceptions of Black Women’s Marginalization in Engineering and Computing Departments. Gender and Education.

McGee, E.O., Naphan-Kingery, D.,* Miles, M. L.,* & Joseph, O. (Accept Pending Revisions). Black Engineering and Computing Faculty’s Equity Ethic: Serving Black Students Between and through Academic Stages. Journal of Higher Education.

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