Dr. Beatty's Research
Dr. Beatty explores the intersections of gender and race in leadership education, leadership development of Students of Color, and racial battle fatigue for undergraduate students. His recent publications center on topics that include: navigating racial battle fatigue for campus student leaders, supporting undergraduate Black women through Sister Circles, gains in leadership capacity for high achieving Black men leaders, and supporting undergraduate men in leadership education through liberatory pedagogy. In 2019 Dr. Beatty co-edited a monograph titled: Critical Considerations for Race, Ethnicity and Culture for Fraternity and Sorority Life. Dr. Beatty recently co-authored two books for the Information Age Publishing series, Contemporary Perspectives on Leadership Learning. The first book, Engaging in the Leadership Process: Identity, Capacity, and Efficacy for College Students, is co-authored with Dr. Kathy Guthrie and Dr. Erica Wiborg. The second book, also co-authored with Dr. Kathy Guthrie, is titled Operationalizing Culturally Relevant Leadership Learning, and will be published in fall 2021.
Co-authored books and monographs
This sourcebook offers an opportunity to thoughtfully engage with fraternity and sorority leaders by challenging them to consider how their current practices may promote diversity, but lack understanding of equity and inclusion.
By framing the operationalization of culturally relevant leadership learning, this book discusses the why, who, what, where, when, and how of developing culturally relevant and socially just leadership education.