The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

School of Education - Counseling and Educational Development

Dr. Erik M. Hines

phone: 336-334-5363
email: emhines@uncg.edu
office: 206 Ferguson Building

Title: Assistant Professor

Education:

  • Ph.D., Counselor Education, University of Maryland, College Park
  • M.Ed., School Counseling, The College of William and Mary
  • B.S., Social Science Education (Grades 5-12), Florida State University
  • Faculty Member at UNCG since: 2010

Faculty Member at UNCG since: 2010

Scholarly Achievements and Awards (selected):

  • Villalba, J. A., Gonzalez, L. M., Borders, L. D., Hines, E. M. (co-Principal Investigators). (2011, Summer). “Who are our children and where are they going? A career and post-secondary planning guide for parents and family members.” (Funded by College Foundation of North Carolina (CFNC) as part of UNC College Access Challenge Grant). $43, 978.
  • New Faculty Grant, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • New Faculty Mentoring First Year Award (Grant), The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • New Faculty Mentoring Research Award (Grant), the University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Research Interests (selected):

  • Parental Involvement
  • African American male student achievement gap
  • College readiness and post-secondary opportunities for K-12 minority students

Teaching Responsibilities:

  • Foundations in School Counseling
  • School Certification (Practicum)

Counseling Experience (selected):

Has work as counselor in the following settings:

  • College
  • High School
  • Elementary

Teaching Experiences:

Counseling Diverse Populations

Foundations in School Counseling

School Certification (Practicum)

School Counseling Internshi

Add under Research Interests

Parental involvement and its impact on academic achievement

Academic success of African American males in K-16

Career and College readiness and for minority and first generation students in K-12

Clinical Experience and Interests:

  • Developing parental involvement strategies to close the achievement gap
  • Using data driven strategies in school counseling to show school counselor effectiveness
  • Developing and enhancing strategies to increase African American male academic achievement
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy in school counseling

Other:

  • Member, American School Counseling Association
  • Member, American Counseling Association
  • Member, Chi Sigma Iota

Recent Publications (selected)

Holcomb-McCoy, C. C., Harris, P. C., Hines, E. M., & Johnston, G. (2008). School counselors’ multicultural self-efficacy: A preliminary investigation. Professional School Counseling, 11, 166-178.

Day-Vines, N. L., Moore-Thomas, C., & Hines, E.M. (2005). Processing culturally relevant bibliotherapeutic selections with African American adolescents [Special Issue]. The Counseling Interviewer, 38, 13-18.

Hines, E. M. (2004). [Review of the book Friendship, cliques, and gangs- Young black men coming of age in urban America] [Electronic version]. Teaching & Learning in Diverse Settings, 2, 205-208.

Hines, E. M. (2003, Fall/Winter). Dr. James L. Moore III, an Emerging Scholar in Counselor Education. Brothers of the Academy BOTA News, 3, 1, 6.

Hines, E. M. (2002, Spring/Summer). BOTA leadership planning meeting- A big success. Brothers of the Academy BOTA News, 2, 1-2.

Hines E.M., & Holcomb-McCoy, C.C. (in press). Parental characteristics, ecological            factors, and the academic achievement of African American males. Journal of        Counseling and Development.

Hines, E.M., & Harris, P.C. (in press). Academic achievement for African-American            male athletes: school counselor-parent partnerships. The Internationalization of             Black Education Journal: Leading, Teaching and Transforming Education.

Vega, D., Moore, J. L., III, Baker, C. A., Bowen, N. V., Hines, E. M., & O’Neal, B.   (2012). Salient factors affecting African American students’ achievement:             Recommendations for teachers, school counselors, and school psychologists.  In      J. L. Moore III & C. W. Lewis (Eds.), African American students in urban          schools: Critical issues and solutions for achievement (pp. 113-140).  New York,    NY: Peter Lang.

Gonzalez, L. M., Borders, L. D., Hines, E. M., Villalba, J. A., Henderson, & A. (under          revision). Parental involvement with their children’s education: Considerations            for counselors of Latino Immigrant families

Harris, P.C., Hines, E.M., &Ham, D. (under review). Preparing Elementary African- American Males for Post-Secondary Opportunities.

Hines, E. M., & Southerland, W. (under review). Improving college access or first   generation and low income students: A conceptual model for building and             sustaining partnerships between school counselors and federal tri pre-college         programs.

Hines, E. M., Borders, L. D., Gonzalez, L. G., Villalba, J. A., Henderson, & A. (under           review). Parental Involvement in College Planning: Counselors Assisting African         American and Latino Families.

Gonzalez, L. M., Borders, L. D., Hines, E. M., Villalba, J. A., Henderson, & A. (under          revision). Parental involvement with their children’s education: Considerations            for counselors of Latino Immigrant families.

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