Greg Hickman, PhD

Core Faculty, Dissertation Chair, The Graduate School

Contact:
ghickman@ncu.edu

Area of Expertise:
• High school dropouts
• Child adolescent development
• Family development
• Psych-Ed
• Research Methods

Education:
• Ph.D., The Ohio State University
• M.S., The Ohio State University
• B.A., The Ohio State University

Dissertation:
An evaluation of the Cincinnati youth mentoring program

Selected Publications:
• “Academic and school behavioral variables as predictors of high school graduation among at-risk adolescents enrolled in a youth-based mentoring program,” Journal of At-Risk Issues (2011)
• “Differential developmental pathways of high school dropouts and graduates,” The Journal of Educational Research (2008)
• “Academic and school behavior variables as predictors of program completion among at-risk inner city children and youth in a youth-based mentoring program,” Journal of At-Risk Issues (2006)

Selected Professional Experience:
• Clinical Associate Professor, Arizona State University, College of Teacher Education and Leadership
• Director, Arizona Dropout Initiative: Center for the Future of Arizona
• Assistant Professor, The Pennsylvania State University