An accomplished author and editor, Dr. Terence Hicks’s research on the college student population in the academic setting has contributed to numerous published works and presentations. Dr. Hicks is credited as authoring and editing books, presentations, scholarly articles and a plethora of printed publications.
Throughout his career as a Social Scientist, Dr. Terence Hicks has authored and co-authored a wide range of published media. Revered for his work in the academic setting, his writing focuses on the social and psychological impact experienced by students in higher ed. The result of years of rigorous research, Dr. Hicks has brought his findings to the masses in the form of presentations, articles and, most notably, books. To date, his research has led to 10 published books.
Published Books by Terence Hicks, click on book below for details
Key Social Science Research Areas
Across his near two decades of critical research analysis and assessment on students, Terence Hicks has focused his attention on key areas of the college experience. In particular, his research centers around college retention, high school to college transition, STEM research, spirituality among college students, psychological wellbeing of first-generation college students and administrators in higher ed. He has been interviewed and cited in Diverse Issues in Higher Ed, USA Today, Research Alert Yearbook, Detroit News, Journal of Blacks in Higher Ed and many university websites, peer-reviewed journals and books.
Books Authored by Terence Hicks
Terence Hicks is credited with authoring, editing and/or co-authoring the following published books:
- Black Administrators in Higher Ed.
- Research Studies in Higher Ed.
- An Instructional Companion Guide for The 21st Century Ed. Leader in The Classroom and Beyond
- High School to College Transition Research Studies
- The Ed. Lockout of African Americans in Prince Edward County, Virginia (1959 – 1964)
- Spirituality Research Studies in Higher Ed.
- College Student Self-Efficacy Research Studies
- First-Generation College Student Research Studies