Kentucky Association of Blacks in Higher Education

Over the next few weeks, the KABHE Annual Conference would like to introduce the presenters that will be a part of the 34th KABHE Annual Conference, March 30 - April 1. Our first spotlight is on Dr. Antoinette Davis.

28 Feb 2017 9:35 AM | Troy L. Rice

Dr. Antoinette Davis will be leading a session titled “Overcoming Negative Reactions while Being a Minority Female and Pursuing a Career in STEM”.

Dr. Antoinette Davis is a Lecturer of Mathematics in the Mathematics & Statistics Department at Eastern Kentucky University. Dr. Davis holds a doctoral degree from the University of Kentucky in the area  Instruction/Administration-Mathematics Education. She also holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Mathematics from Wayne State University. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics from Oakwood University as well as two certificates from Harvard University's Graduate School of Education. Prior to joining EKU, she taught online for eight years for various institutions such as: Kaplan University, Southern New Hampshire University, and Minnesota School of Business. She enjoys working with technology and finding ways to use technology to keep students engaged in the mathematics classroom. She encourages women of all ages and backgrounds to join STEM majors so that they can be at the forefront of the positive changes that occur when women join forces to go on to the next level.


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