Bryan K. Hotchkins, Ph.D.
Office: Education 313
Bryan K. Hotchkins is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education in the department of Educational Psychology and Leadership, and a Faculty Fellow for the Institute for Inclusive Excellence at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
A critical race pedagogue, Dr. Hotchkins studies the relationship between identity
development and organization climate. More specifically, his research problematizes
issues pertaining to the intersection of leadership, activism and access across K-20
educational contexts. Dr. Hotchkins’ research is guided by questions related to how
institutional environments and racial constructions influence student, faculty and
administrator involvement on campus. With nearly 10 publications, twenty-one academic
paper presentations and invited lectures to his credit since 2014, he is actively
committed to using research to amplify the voices of marginalized people while validating
their experiential knowledge(s). Ultimately, Dr. Hotchkins strives to utilize The
V(i)llage leadership bridge program, which he co-founded in Utah (2013), to continue
creating cultural and academic college pathway opportunities for aspiring Black collegians.
Bryan earned his doctorate in Educational Leadership and Policy from the University of Utah.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Leadership & Policy – 2013, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
- Master of Human Relations – 2003, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
- Bachelor of Arts, Communication – 1993, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX
Areas of Expertise
- Campus racial climate persistence issues
- Access, retention and college pathways across K-20 education
- African American student and faculty leadership identity development
- The role of students affairs in leader-follower relationships
- Organizational theory
- Qualitative methods
Hotchkins, B. K. (2016). African American males navigate racial microaggressions. Teachers College Record, 118(6), 1-36. (Download PDF)
Hotchkins, B. K. & Dancy, T. E. (2015). Rethinking Excellence: Black Male Student Success and Academic Values in Higher Education. Spectrum: A Journal on Black Men, 4(1), 73-98. (Download PDF)
Hotchkins, B. K. & Dancy, T. E. (2015). Black male student leaders in predominantly White universities: Stories of Power, persistence and preservation. Western Journal of Black Studies, 39(1), 30-44. (Download PDF)