Please Call Me Mister findings published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
Findings from the Please Call Me Mister project at Kentucky State University were recently published in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior.
Dr. Herman E. Walston, professor of child development and family relations, and Ashlie Smoot-Baker, interim program director, and Kennedy J. Hannah, mentor coordinator, were credited authors for the article entitled “The Impact of a Male Mentoring Program on Academic Achievement in Central Kentucky: Please Call Me Mister Project.”
The article was published in July and details findings made by the project.
According to the article, “Please Call Me Mister Project is a theoretically and empirically based after-school interactive male mentorship intervention for two cohorts of boys attending middle and high school students in three counties in Kentucky.”