PhD, Higher Education Administration, University of South Florida
MEd, College Student Affairs, University of South Florida
BA, Psychology, University of South Florida
SAE 729 Foundations of Research
SAE 766 Research Methods & Data Analysis
SAE 767 Evaluation and Assessment
SAE 749 Student Outcomes
West, N. M. (2020). A contemporary portrait of Black women student affairs administrators in the United States. Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education. doi:10.1080/26379112.2020.1728699
West, N. M., & Greer, A. J. (2019). Forecasting the future success of Black American women in student affairs. Negro Educational Review, 70(1-4), 27-54.
West, N. M. (2019). Another lesson from the outsider within: The transcendent relevance of Black Feminist Thought. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice. doi:10.1080/19496591.2019.1662797
West, N. M. (2019). By us, for us: The impact of a professional counterspace on African American women in student affairs. Journal of Negro Education, 88(2), 159-180.
West, N. M. (2018). In the company of my sister-colleagues: Professional counterspaces for African American women student affairs administrators. Gender and Education, 31(4), 543-559.
West, N. M., & Bertrand Jones, T. (2018). Architects of change in the ivory tower: The role of professional counterspaces for Black women in higher education. In U. Thomas (Ed.), Navigating micro-aggressions toward women in higher education (pp. 23-52). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
West, N. M. (2017). Withstanding our status as outsiders-within: Professional counterspaces for African American women student affairs administrators. NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education, 10(3), 281-300.
West, N. M. (2017). A decade of a student affairs preconference program: Perceptions and characteristics of African American Women’s Summit participants (2005-2015).The College Student Affairs Journal, 35(1), 69-85.
West, N. M. (2017). The African American Women’s Summit: A student affairs professional development program. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 54(3), 329-342.
Research and professional interests
Enhancing the experiences of Black women enrolled and employed in higher education