Rachel Fester, Marybeth Gasman, & Thai-Huy Nguyen: We Know Very Little: Accreditation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of Black Studies 43(7): 809-819, 2012.
Philo Hutcheson, Marybeth Gasman, and Kijua Sanders-McMurtry: Understanding Resistance: Agency in the Face of Oppression within Higher Education, 1940-1960. Journal of Higher Education Page: 33 pp, 2011.
Marybeth Gasman and Adriel Hilton: Mixed Motivations, Mixed Results: A History of Law, Interest Convergence, and Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Teachers College Record 2011.
Marybeth Gasman: Perceptions of Black College Presidents: Sorting through Stereotypes and Reality to Gain a Complex Picture. American Education Research Journal 2011.
Marybeth Gasman, Jessica Kim & Thai-Huy Nguyen: Effectively Recruiting Faculty of Color at Highly Selective Institutions: A School of Education Case Study. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education 2011.
Jessica Kim and Marybeth Gasman: In Search of a “Good” School: First and Second Generation Asian American Students Describe their College Choice Process. Journal of College Student Development Page: 45 pp, 2011.
Lundy-Wagner, V., and Gasman, M.: When Gender Issues Are Not Just About Women: Reconsidering Male Students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Teachers College Record 2010.
Gasman, M., and Drezner, N.: A Maverick in the Field: Fundraising for Change in the Black College Community during the 1970s. History of Education Quarterly 49(4), 2009.
Gasman, M., and Drezner, N.: Fundraising During the Midst of the Civil Rights Movement: The Case of Hampton Institute. Nonprofit Sector and Voluntary Quarterly 39: 321-342, 2009.
Palmer, R. & Gasman, M. : "It Takes a Village to Raise a Child”: Social capital and academic success at Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of College Student Development 49(1), 2008.
Perna, L., Lundy-Wagner, V., Drezner, N., Gasman, M., Yoon, S., Bose, E., & Gary, S.: The contributions of Historically Black Colleges and Universities to the preparation of African American women for STEM Careers: A case study. Research in Higher Education 50(1): 1-23, 2008.
Gasman, M., & Drezner, N.: White corporate philanthropy and its support of private black colleges in the 1960s and 70s. International Journal of Educational Advancement 8(2), 2008.
Shaun Harper and Marybeth Gasman: Consequences of Conservatism: Black Male Undergraduates and the Politics of Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Journal of Negro Education 77(4), 2008.
Gasman, M., & Drezner, N.: New Orleans' black colleges: Rebuilding after disaster. Multicultural Review 15(4), May 2007.
Gasman, M.: Truth, Generalizations, and Stigmas: An Analysis of the Media’s Coverage of Morris Brown College and Black Colleges Overall. Review of Black Political Economy 34(2), 2007.
Gasman, M.: Swept Under the Rug: A Historiography of Gender and Black Colleges. American Educational Research Journal 44(3): 760-805, Winter 2007.
Gasman, M., Anderson-Thompkins, S., & Haydel, N.: Corridors and coffee shops: Teaching about race and research outside the classroom. Journal of College and University Teaching 17(1 & 2), December 2006.
Gasman, M., & Payton-Stewart, L.: Twice removed: A White scholar studies Black sororities and a Black scholar responds. International Journal of Research and Method in Education 29(2): 129-149, September 2006.
Gasman, M.: Salvaging "Academic Disaster Areas": The Black College Response to Christopher Jencks and David Riesman’s 1967 Harvard Educational Review Article. Journal of Higher Education 77(2): 317-352, March/April 2006.
Epstein, E., & Gasman, M.: A Not-So-Systematic Effort to Study Art: Lincoln University and the Barnes Foundation. Perspectives on the History of Higher Education (History of Higher Education Annual) 24: 173-190, 2005.
Gasman, M.: The Role of Faculty in Fundraising at Black Colleges: What is It and What Can It Become? International Journal of Educational Advancement 5(2): 171-179, 2005.
Gasman, M., Gerstl-Pepin, C., Anderson-Thompkins, S., Rasheed, L., & Hathaway, K.: Developing Trust, Negotiating Power: Transgressing Race and Status in the Academy. Teachers College Record 106(4): 689-715, 2004.
Gasman, Marybeth: “Rhetoric vs. Reality: The Fundraising Messages of the United Negro College Fund in the Immediate Aftermath of the Brown Decision” History of Education Quarterly 44(1): 70-94, Winter 2004.