education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles30
  • Elbert, C., & Boadu, F. (2022). Potential Contribution of African-American Migrants to Economic and Cultural Development in Africa. Journal of Black Studies. 53(7), 660-676.
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  • Strong, R., Dooley, K., Murphrey, T., Strong, J., Elbert, C., & Baker, M. (2021). The EVAL framework: Developing impact evaluation scholars. Advancements in Agricultural Development. 2(3), 1-13.
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  • Shahabuddin, S., Estrada, S., & Elbert, C. (2020). Leadership and Framing Effects: Individual Differences in Risk Perception for Leaders. North American Journal of Psychology. 22(2), 193-210.
  • Mobeen, N., Shahabuddin, S., Elbert, C., & Bonner, F. E. (2019). Failure of Muslim Leadership in America From the Perspective of First-Generation Muslim Americans: A Phenomenological Study. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. 39(1), 93-105.
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  • Druery, D. M., Young, J. L., & Elbert, C. (2018). Macroaggressions and Civil Discourse. Women, Gender, and Families of Color. 6(1), 73-78.
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Chapters6
  • Webb-Hasan, G., Elbert, C., & Jones, V. C. (2017). IF I AM NOT MY HAIR, WHO AM I? African American Girls and Their Hair. Larke, P. J., Webb-Hasan, G., & Young, J. L. (Eds.), CULTIVATING ACHIEVEMENT, RESPECT, AND ENPOWERMENT (CARE) FOR AFRICAN AMERICAN GIRLS IN PRE-K-12 SETTINGS: IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCESS, EQUITY AND ACHIEVEMENT. 279-301. IAP.
  • Ngunjiri, F. W., Almquist, J. M., Beebe, M., Elbert, C. D., Gardiner, R. A., & Shockness, M. (2017). INTERSECTIONAL LEADERSHIP PRAXIS Unpacking the Experiences of Women Leaders at the Nexus of Roles and Identities. Storberg-Walker, J., & Haber-Curran, P. (Eds.), THEORIZING WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP: NEW INSIGHTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES. 249-263. IAP.
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  • Le Ber, M. J., LaValley, J. B., Devnew, L. E., Austin, A., Elbert, C. D., Sulpizio, L. L., & Tremaine, M. (2017). TRACING THE DEVELOPMENTAL PRECURSORS OF LEADERSHIP DURING CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE A Collaborative Autoethnographic Study of Women's Leader Identity Development. Storberg-Walker, J., & Haber-Curran, P. (Eds.), THEORIZING WOMEN AND LEADERSHIP: NEW INSIGHTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS FROM MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES. 225-247. IAP.
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  • Dooley, K. E., Linder, J. R., Elbert, C., Murphy, T. H., & Murphrey, T. P. (2008). Faculty Perceptions and Participation in Distance Education. Lawrence A. Tomei. (Eds.), Online and Distance Learning. 3365-3369. IGI Global.
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  • Khosrow-Pour, M., Dooley, K. E., Linder, J. R., Elbert, C., Murphy, T. H., & Murphrey, T. P. (2005). Faculty Perceptions and Participation in Distance Education. Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, First Edition. 1186-1189. IGI Global.
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Conference Papers1
  • Haba, S., Elbert, C., & Larke Jr, A. (2006). The Relationship of Willingness-to-Pay and Demographics for Agricultural Information Delivery Technologies - A Case Study from Rwanda. AIAEE 2005 - Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference, AIAEE 2005. 217-226.
Repository Documents / Preprints1
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Internet Publications1
  • Elbert, C., & Baggett, C. (2001). Using the World Wide Web as a delivery method. 73(4), 17-17.
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Reports2
  • Feggins, C., Elbert, C. D., & Larke, A. (2005). Assessing non-formal student learning: A student's perspective of the learning process. 78(1), 9-10.
  • Elbert, C. D., & Baggett, C. D. (2001). Using the World Wide Web as a delivery method. 73(4), 17-19.
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Email
celbert@tamu.edu
First Name
Chanda
Last Name
Elbert
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Texas A&M University; Agriculture Leadership, Education and Communications; 2116 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2116
USA