Research & Scholarship
Core Research Interests
Africentric Paradigms * Black Perspectives * Womanism* Women *Black Feminist Thought *Intersectionality *Social Justice * Race * Class* Gender* Education* Motherhood * Social Welfare *Theory * Qualitative Research
Principal Investigator, Rasheem, S.M. (2016-2018). A Phenomenological Study of Black Motherhood. A Hermeneutic Phenomenological study.
Principal Investigator, Rasheem, S.M. (2015-2016). Beyond the Threshold: Exploring the Intersections of Race, Gender, Welfare & Resilience. A Qualitative Study.
Principal Investigator, Rasheem, S.M. (2015-2016). Maximizing Human Potential. A Qualitative Study
Co-Investigator, Toney, D.; Mushonga, D.; Rasheem, S.M. (2015- 2016). Resilience factors of African-American women who have experienced Trauma. A Qualitative Study
Co-Investigator, Estreet, A.; Rasheem, S.M.; Elbalghiti, M. (2015-2016) Vital voices. A Qualitative study that explored the intersections of Race, Gender and Substance Abuse.
Rasheem, S.M., Alleman, A. Mushonga, D. & Toney, D. (Accepted/ Forthcoming) Mentor-shape: Mentoring Black Women in Doctoral Programs, Mentoring and Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
Rasheem, S.M. Brunson, Jordan( 2017, November) #ShePersisted: The pursuit, persistence, & power of African American women in social work graduate programs at Historically Black Institutions (HBI), Journal of Social Work Education: The International Journal