Watkins, Emmanuel

Emmanuel J. Watkins

Lecturer, Department of African American Studies


Preferred: emmanuel.watkins@sjsu.edu


Preferred: 408-909-0114

Office Hours

By appointment only.


B.A. in African and African American Studies, Berea College

M.A. in Education (Students Service), University of the Incarnate Word


Emmanuel J. Watkins holds a B.A. in African and African American Studies from Berea College and a M.A. in Education (Student Services) from the University of the Incarnate Word. He is currently a doctoral student at The University of Alabama, earning a Ph.D. in Instructional Leadership (Cultural and Social Studies). He has served in education for over 10 years and has experiences in admissions/recruitment, advising, mentoring, program development, and teaching. In addition to teaching for the Department, he serves as a Staff Minister at his local church, Faith Chapel. Mr. Watkins research is centered in the academic experiences of black males in education through academic mentoring and faith-based (spiritual) programming. He resides in Fairfield, AL with his wife (Jacques), son (Zuri), and fur baby (Queen).



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