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Kimberly Scott

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Biography

Kimberly A. Scott is a professor of women and gender studies in the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University (ASU) and the founding executive director of ASU’s Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology (CGEST). Founded by Professor Scott, the center is a one-of-a-kind research unit focused on exploring, identifying, and creating innovative scholarship about underrepresented women and girls in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Center projects include the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded COMPUGIRLS; U.S. Department of Education-funded COMPUPOWER; Gates-funded project on African American Families and Technology Use; and NSF-funded Culturally Responsive Co-Robotics Program. Scott is a member of the NSF STEM Education Advisory Panel. The panel was created to encourage U.S. scientific and technological innovations in education and assembled in consultation with the U.S. Department of Education, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Scott is also an affiliate faculty in George Mason University’s Center for Digital Media Innovation and Diversity located in Fairfax, Virginia.

Trained as a sociologist of education and childhoods, Scott’s interdisciplinary work examines girls’ of color (African American, Native American, Latina) social and academic development in informal spaces and their technosocial innovations. With nearly 50 publications in outlets such as the, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, International Journal of Gender, Science, and Technology, Feminism and Psychology, Huffington Post, and Slate, to name a few, Kimberly is also co-author of the Rowman and Littlefield book Kids in Context and co-editor of the IAP published book, Research in Urban Educational Settings: Lessons Learned and Implications for Future Practice. Recently, she published Women Education Scholars and Their Children’s Schooling (Routledge) and is completing COMPUGIRLS: Becoming Ourselves in This Digital Age (University of Illinois Press).

Prior to becoming an academic, Scott worked as an urban educator with international and national institutions including a center for girls in Chiang Mai Thailand; the Educational Law Center in Newark, New Jersey; and the National Museum of African Art-Smithsonian. Having written and successfully won nearly $10 million in grant funding to support research to support research about and programs for girls of color and digital media use, Scott was named in 2014 as a White House Champion of Change for STEM Access. The same year, the publication Diverse Issues in Higher Education identified Kimberly as one of the top 30 women in higher education. Scott earned her BA from Smith College in art history and French literature, an MS from Long Island University in curriculum and instruction/elementary education and her EdD from Rutgers University in social and philosophical foundations of education, and completed the high potentials leadership program at Harvard Business School.

Education
  • EdD Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Rutgers University
  • MS Curriculum and Instruction/Elementary Education, Long Island University
  • BA Art History and French Literature, Smith College
Publications

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Postdoctoral Scholar

 

BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

4. Scott, K. A. (contracted). COMPUGIRLS: Becoming ourselves in the digital age. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

3. Scott, K. A. & Henward, A. (Eds.). (2016). Women education scholars and their children’s schools. New York, NY: Routledge.

2. Scott, K. A. & Blanchett, W.J. (Eds.). (2011). Research in urban educational settings: Lessons learned and implications for future practice. Charlotte, NC: IAP.

1. Boocock, S. & Scott, K. A. (2005). Kids in context: A sociological study of children and childhoods. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield.

 

ARTICLES: REFEREED SCHOLARLY JOURNALS

21. Martin, A., Goode, J., Scott, K. A., Ryoo, J., Madkins, T., Scott, A., McLear, F. (submitted). Culturally relevant computer science pedagogy: From theory to
practice. Journal of Computer Science Integration.

20. Ashcraft, C., **Eger, E., & Scott, K. A. (2017). A tale of two cohorts: Engaging a diverse range of girls in technology through culturally responsive computing. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 48(3), 233-251.

19. Scott, K. A. & Garcia, P. (2016). Techno-social change agents: Fostering activist dispositions among girls of color. Meridians, 15(1), 65-85.

18. Garcia, P. & Scott, K. A. (2016). Traversing a political pipeline: An intersectional and social constructionist approach toward technology education for girls of color. InterActions, 12(2).

17. **Lee, J., Husman, J., Scott, K. A., & Eggum-Wilkens, N. D. (2015). COMPUGIRLS: Stepping stone to future computer-based technology pathways. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 52(2), 199-223.

16. Scott, K. A., Aist, G., & **Zhang, X. (2014). Social justice and computer science exercises. International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology, 6(2), 264-276.

15. Scott, K. A., Sheridan, K., & Clark, K. (2014). Culturally responsive computing: A theory revisited. Learning, Media & Technology.

14. Scott, K. A. & Clark, K. (Eds.) (2013). Digital engagement for urban youth: From theory to practice [Special issue]. Urban Education, 48(5).

13. Scott, K. A. & White, M. (2013). COMPUGIRLS’ standpoint: Culturally responsive computing and its effect on girls of color. Urban Education, 48(5), 657-681.

12. Scott, K. A. (2012). Lessons learned: Research within an urban, African American district. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(5), 625-643.

11. Scott, K. A., Clark, K., Hayes, E., **Mruczek, C., Sheridan, K. (2010). Culturally relevant computing programs: Two examples to inform teacher professional development. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 1269-1277). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

10. Scott, K. A. & Mumford, V. (2007). Critical thoughts: Reexamining teacher training, cultural awareness, and school reform. Multicultural Perspectives, 9, 54-58.

9. Scott, K. A. (2007). The big men in blue: Custodians in three American schools. Ethnography and Education, 2, 239-256.

8. Scott, K. A. (2005). African-American girls’ virtual selves. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education Journal, 3, 1-23.

7. Scott, K. A. (2004). African-American-White girls’ friendships. Feminism and Psychology, 14, 383-388.

6. Scott, K. A. (2003). In girl, out girl, and always Black: African-American girls’ friendships. Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, 9, 179-207.

5. Scott, K. A. (2003). My students think I’m Indian: The presentation of an African American self to preservice teachers. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 6, 211-227.

4. Trubek, J., Singer, J., Carter, J. A. Scott, K. A., McLean, R., Singer, A., Sierra, P., & Kling, H. (2003). Dialogue: Does a teacher (educational researcher, counselor or other professional)’s race, gender, class ethnicity and ideology belong in the classroom? Race, Gender & Class, 10, 145-172.

3. Scott, K. A. (2002). “You want to be a girl and not my friend”: African-American girls’ play with and without boys. Childhood: An International Journal of Child Research, 9, 397-414.

2. Richardson, J. W. & Scott, K. A. (2002). Rap music and its violent progeny: America’s culture of violence in context. Journal of Negro Education, 71, 175-192.

1. Scott, K. A. & **Pinto, A. (2001). Revolutionizing multicultural education staff development: Factor structure of a teacher survey. Equity and Excellence in Education, 34, 32-42.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

4. *Vilchis, M., Scott, K. A. & *Besaw, C. (2014). COMPUGIRLS speak: Using digital media to begin a social movement. In B. Kirshner & E. Middagh (Eds). Becoming political in the digital age (pp. 59-79). Charlotte, NC: IAP.

3. Scott, K. A. & **Solyom, J. (2011). Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools. In K. A Scott & W. J. Blanchett (Eds.). Research in urban educational settings: Lessons learned and implications for future practice (pp. 3-20). Charlotte, NC: IAP.

2. Welch, O., Patterson, F. E., & Scott, K. A. (2007). Gender equity for African Americans. In S. S. Klein (Ed.) Handbook for achieving gender equity through education (pp. 469-484). New York, NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Taylor & Francis Group.

1. Scott, K. A. & Boocock, S. S. (2007). Sociology. In V. Bowman (Ed.) Scholarly resources in children and childhood studies: A research guide and annotated bibliography (pp. 210-238). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

 

NON-REFEREED ARTICLES

8. Scott, K. (2014). Code and treat: How school discourages some girls from pursuing STEM. Slate, http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2014/03/compugirls....

7. Scott, K. A. (2013). Zora Ball’s achievements: What are we missing? Huffington Post, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kimberly-a-scott/zora-balls_b_2744296.html.

6. Scott, K. A. (2010). Viewpoints: Looking at Black Arizonans through the prism of education Arizona Republic, http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/viewpoints/articles/20100410sco...

5. Scott, K. A. (2009). The new digital divide: Where are our girls? LeadCast Blog, http://www.niusileadscape.org/bl/?p=404.

4. Scott, K. A., Aist, G., Hood, D. (2009). COMPUGIRLS: Designing a culturally relevant technology program. Educational Technology, 6, 34-39.

3. Scott, K. A. (2004, May 16). The benefits of sameness. Newsday, p. A55.

2. Scott, K. A. (2003). A case study: African-American girls and their families. State of Black America 2003, 181-196.

1. Scott, K. A. (2000). The importance of studying first-grade African-American girls’ play patterns. Hofstra Horizons, 12-15, Hempstead, NY: Hofstra University.

 

POLICY AND TECHNICAL REPORTS

8. Rideout, V. J., Scott, K. A., Clark, K. A. (2016, October 19). The digital lives of African American tweens, teens, and parents: Innovating and learning with technology. Retrieved from https://cgest.asu.edu/sites/default/files/digital_lives_report_0.pdf

7. Scott, K. A. (Ed). (2012). State of Black Arizona volume III: Phoenix, AZ: APS.

6. Scott, K. A. (2010). State of Black AZ report update. For Arizona Community Foundation, Phoenix, Arizona.

5. Scott, K. A. (Ed). (2009). State of Black Arizona volume II. Phoenix, AZ: APS.

4. Scott, K. A. (2003). Qualitative assessment of “Culture and Expression”. For Hofstra University Honors College, Hempstead, NY.

3. Scott, K. A. & **Avolin, C. (2002). Evaluation of the “American School”. For Educational Studies Program, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

2. Scott, K. A. (2000). Observations of a learning community: Hofstra University’s doctoral program for educational administration. For Foundations, Leadership, and Policy Studies-Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY.

1. Scott, K. A. (1997). Monitoring New Jersey’s special needs districts and the Department of Education’s response to Abbott IV. For Education Law Center, Newark NJ.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

2. Scott, K. A. & **Boudon, D. (2009). [Review of the book Race, culture, and schooling: Identities of achievement in multicultural urban schools, by P. Murrell]. Journal of Negro Education.

1. Scott, K. A. (2007). [Review of I compagni: Understanding children’s transition from preschool to elementary school, by W. Corsaro & L. Molinari]. Contemporary Sociology.

 

MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION

McCarthy, K. S., **Tao, C., & Scott, K. A. (in preparation). Contextualizing the gender gap in African American teens’ digital media use and confidence with technology.

Elliott, S., & Scott, K. A. (in preparation). Aims in equity education.

Garcia, P., Scott, K. A., *Berry, M. (In preparation). Beyond banking education: Assessing girls’ participation in technology education programs.

**Cadenas, G. Garcia, P., Scott, K. A. & Zion, S. (In preparation). Building intersectional sociopolitical identities among adolescent girls of color through technology learning: The role of critical consciousness and psychological empowerment.

Research Activity

AWARDED: $9,421,920

  • Scott, K. A. Nelson-Barber, S., Tracey, T. (2017-2019). Developing a culturally responsive computing instrument for underrepresented students. National Science Foundation, $299,922.
  • Scott, K. A. & Choi, J. (2017-2018). HerStory is our story: Creating a legacy through engineering and other STEM entrepreneurship. National Science Foundation, $49,999.
  • Walker, E. & Scott, K. A. (co-PI) (submitted 2017). Collaborative research: A social programmable robot: Fostering rapport to improve computer science skills and attitudes. National Science Foundation, $1,292,457.00.
  • Scott, K. A. & Wentz, E. (2017-2019) Early stage empirical research (EAGER): Data and the future of an empirically grounded research community for broadening participation in STEM. National Science Foundation, $299,707.00
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2017-December 2020). COMPUGIRLS remixed: Developing a culturally responsive social system. State Farm, $10,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2017-December 2020). COMPUGIRLS remixed: Developing a culturally responsive social system. US Department of Education, $2,999,768.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2017-December 2020). COMPUGIRLS remixed: Developing a culturally responsive social system. Helios Education Foundation, $250,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (October 2016-September 2017). COMPUGIRLS’ AZ expansion. Arizona Community Foundation, $97,512.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI) & Garcia, P. (Co-PI) (October 2016-September 2018). COMPUGIRLS: Engaging libraries in culturally responsive STEM programming. Institute of Museum and Library Sciences, $249,999.
  • Scott, K. A. (March 2016-June 2017). Center for Gender Equity in Science & Technology (CGEST) projects. Amazon, $15,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2016-December 2016). Center for Gender Equity in Science & Technology (CGEST) projects. State Farm, $20,000.
  • Scott, K. A., & Williams, A. (April 2015-September 2015). Co-robotics for culturally responsive practice. Intel, $40,000.
  • Scott, K. A. & Zion, S. (January 2015-May 2017). COMPUGIRLS scale-up REU supplement. National Science Foundation, $25,000.
  • Williams, A. & Scott, K. A. (Co-PI). (August 2014-January 2016). NRI: Culturally responsive humanoid robotics and COMPUGIRLS. National Science Foundation, $500,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI) & Clark, K. (September 2014-September 2016). African American families and technology use. Gates Foundation, $500,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI) (June 2014-December 2014). COMPUGIRLS summer 2014 summer + fall camps. Intel Foundation, $25,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI) (September 2013-April 2014). COMPUGIRLS fall camp. Intel Foundation, $15,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI) & Santos, C. (January 2012-2014). Research experiences for undergraduates in GSE/RES girls’ cultural identities in off- and on-line spaces: A mixed-method research project of intersectionality. National Science Foundation, $59,525.
  • Clark, K. & Scott, K. A. (Co-PI) (May 2012-2014). STEM for all: REESE conference grant. National Science Foundation, $137,021.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI), Santos, C., & Zion, S. (May 2012-2017). ITEST COMPUGIRLS scale-up. National Science Foundation, $1,999,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI), Zion, S., Ashcraft, C., & Santos, C. (January 2012-December 2014). GSE/RES girls’ cultural identities in off- and on-line spaces: Supplement a mixed-method research project of intersectionality. National Science Foundation, $66,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI), Zion, S., Ashcraft, C., & Santos, C. (January 2012-December 2014). GSE/RES girls’ cultural identities in off- and on-line spaces: A mixed-method research project of intersectionality. National Science Foundation, $590,987.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI). (April 2012-2013). State of Black Arizona. Arizona Community Foundation, $25,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI), Aist, G., Hayes, E., Panchanathan, S., Husman, J., & Brayboy, B. (co-PIs). (December 2009-August 2011). Research experience for undergraduates in COMPUGIRLS. National Science Foundation, $26,374.
  • Scott, K. A. (November 2009-2011). State of Black Arizona. Arizona Community Foundation, $25,000.
  • Scott, K.A (PI), Aist, G., Hayes, E., Panchanathan, S., Husman, J., & Brayboy, B. (co-PIs) (September 2008-2012). COMPUGIRLS: A culturally relevant technology program for girls. National Science Foundation, $853,051.
  • Scott, K. A. (June 2008-July 2009). State of Black Arizona project internship. Arizona Community Foundation, $17,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (June 2008-July 2009). African-American philanthropy project. Arizona Community Foundation, $50,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (March 2008-October, 2008). COMPUGIRLS. Intel, $10,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (May 2008-August, 2008). COMPUGIRLS: Summer 2008 program. Helios Education Foundation, $35,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (PI), Aist, G., DiGangi, S.A. Jannasch-Pennell, A., & Lewis, W.E (co-PIs). (December 2007-2008). COMPUGIRLS: Research technology program for girls. Motorola, $20,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (September 2007-December 2007). Sierra Vista COMPUGIRLS. Sierra Vista Unified School District, $6,455.
  • Scott, K. A. (June 2007-June 2008). COMPUGIRLS: Summer technology program. Fulton Research Grant, Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, $19,500.
  • Scott, K. A. (June 2007-June 2008). COMPUGIRLS I+. Arizona Community Foundation, $50,000.
  • Scott, K. A. & Shakeshaft, C. (June 2006-August 2006). Summer technology camp. Community Based Approaches for the Prevention of Pregnancy, $8,000.
  • Scott, K. A. & Shakeshaft, C. (November 2005-October 2006). TLC parent program. Long Island Fund for Women and Girls, $5,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (July 2005-June 2006). Summer technology camp and mentoring program for African-American girls. Community Based Approaches for the Prevention of Pregnancy, $5,000.
  • Scott, K. A. & Shakeshaft, C. (June 2005-June 2006). Technological advancements for African-American girls. Soroptimist International of Nassau County, Community Service Awards, $2,500.
  • Scott, K. A. (April 2004-March 2005). Partnership with e-troop #1668. Community Based Approaches for the Prevention of Pregnancy, $5,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2004-May 2004). E-troop #1668. Community Based Approaches for the Prevention of Pregnancy. Walmart, $1,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (November 2003-November 2004). Our e-troop: African-American and Latina girls’ interactions with the technological self. Long Island Fund for Women and Girls, $2,500.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2003-May 2003). The postscript to studying African-American girls’ social and academic development. Hofstra University Presidential Grant, $1,000.
  • Scott, K. A. (October 2001-October 2003). Latina and African-American girls’ school experiences: The impact of the state take-over in the Roosevelt school district. Long Island Fund for Women, $4,600.
  • Scott, K. A. (January 2000-January 2001). Social and academic success of African-American girls. Hofstra University’s School of Education and Allied Human Services Faculty Small Research Grants, $500.
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 340Gender, Science & Technology
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 590Reading and Conference
WST 592Research
WST 593Applied Project
WST 599Thesis
WST 690Reading and Conference
DCI 784Internship
WST 790Reading and Conference
WST 792Research
EPA 792Research
EDA 792Research
WST 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Summer 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 690Reading and Conference
EDA 799Dissertation
Spring 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 498Pro-Seminar
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 590Reading and Conference
WST 592Research
WST 593Applied Project
WST 599Thesis
DCI 792Research
EDA 792Research
EPA 792Research
EDA 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Fall 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 340Gender, Science & Technology
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 590Reading and Conference
WST 592Research
WST 593Applied Project
WST 599Thesis
WST 690Reading and Conference
DCI 784Internship
WST 790Reading and Conference
WST 792Research
EPA 792Research
EDA 792Research
WST 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Summer 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 690Reading and Conference
EDA 799Dissertation
Spring 2017
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 498Pro-Seminar
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 590Reading and Conference
SST 591Seminar
WST 592Research
WST 593Applied Project
WST 599Thesis
EDA 792Research
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EDA 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Fall 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 340Gender, Science & Technology
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 592Research
WST 593Applied Project
WST 599Thesis
WST 690Reading and Conference
DCI 784Internship
WST 790Reading and Conference
WST 792Research
EDA 792Research
EPA 792Research
WST 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Summer 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 690Reading and Conference
EDA 799Dissertation
Spring 2016
Course NumberCourse Title
EPA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EDA 792Research
EPA 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Fall 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 380Race, Gender, and Class
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 499Individualized Instruction
WST 690Reading and Conference
DCI 784Internship
WST 790Reading and Conference
WST 792Research
EPA 792Research
EDA 792Research
WST 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Summer 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
EDA 799Dissertation
Spring 2015
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 602Mapping Intersections Gender
EPA 792Research
EDA 792Research
DCI 792Research
EDA 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
Fall 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
WST 492Honors Directed Study
WST 493Honors Thesis
WST 499Individualized Instruction
SST 591Seminar
WST 690Reading and Conference
DCI 784Internship
WST 790Reading and Conference
WST 792Research
EDA 792Research
EPA 792Research
WST 799Dissertation
EDA 799Dissertation
Summer 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
EDA 799Dissertation
Spring 2014
Course NumberCourse Title
SST 691Seminar
WST 691Seminar
DCI 792Research
EPA 792Research
EDA 792Research
EDA 799Dissertation
EPA 799Dissertation
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NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

56. Weiss, S., **Tao, C., **Clugston, O., & Scott, K. A. (2018, November). CompuGirls’ best practices: Leveraging agency and place to promote girls’ of color engagement in STEM. Paper submitted to the National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.

55. Scott, K. A., **Tao, C., **Clugston, O., & Weiss, S. (2018, August). Mentoring underrepresented girls through CompuGirls: A comparison of two models. Symposium paper to be presented at the 126th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

54. **Tao, C. & Scott, K. A. (2018, August). Effectiveness and implications of a culturally responsive computing environment. Poster to be presented at the 126th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

53. Scott, K. A. & Thomas, J. (2018, January). Intersectionality, African American girls and women, and the empty promise of computer science education. Presentation at the Sixteenth Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

52. **Tao, C. & Scott, K. A. (2017, October). Social justice in digital media: Evidence from the CompuGirls program using an intersectionality framework. Poster presented at the 2017 NSF ADVANCE/GSE Program Workshop, Washington, D.C.

51. Scott, K. A., Epler, M. (2017, May). Changing culture, changing the conversation: Open discussion. Infosys Crossroads Summit 2017, San Francisco, CA.

50. McCarthy, K. S., **Tao, C. & Scott, K. A. (2017, April). Contextualizing the gender gap in digital media use and confidence with technology. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2018 Annual Meeting, New York, NY, USA.

49. Scott, K. A. (2016, April). Women education scholars and their children’s schools. Symposium at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

48. Scott, K. A. (2016, February). Comforting the disturbed, COMPUGIRLS. Lightning talk at Google Ed Foo, Mountain View, CA.

47. Scott, K. A., Scott, A., Chapman, T., & Bryant, K., Chapman, Thandeka K. (2015, May). Girls of color and culturally responsive approaches to computing. National Center for Women Information Technology, Hilton Head, SC.

46. Scott, K. A. (2015, March). Digital equity for whom and to what end? An intersectional analysis of girls of color and technology. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Colloquium Presentation. Troy, NY.

45. *Berry, M., Scott, K. A., Zion, S. (2015, May). Fostering girls’ identities as techno-social change agents: An intersectional and mixed methods study. Poster presented at NSF ADVANCE/GSE Program Workshop: Broadening Participation through Innovations for Institutional and Educational Transformation, Baltimore, MD.

44. **Cadenas, G., Santos, C.E., & Scott, K. A. (2014, April). Digital media self-efficacy in adolescent girls of color: An experimental study. Paper presentation at the National Technology and Social Science Conference, Las Vegas, NV. 

43. **Eger, E., Ashcraft, C., Scott, K, and Zion, S. (2014, April) Challenging occupational exclusion and stereotypes of computing education via culturally responsive computing curricula. Roundtable presentation at the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

42. **Hachiya, L.Y. & Scott, K. A. (2014, April). Exploring future time perspectives of girls of color in a culturally relevant technology program. Roundtable presented at American Educational Research Association’s Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

41. **Eger, E.K., Ashcraft, C.A., & Scott, K. (2013, October). Addressing barriers to advance girls and women of color in technology education and work. Paper presented at the Research on Women and Education Annual Meeting in Las Cruces, NM.

40. **Hachiya, L.Y. & Scott, K. A. (2013, October). Identity and self-perceived agency in a culturally relevant technology program. Paper presented at the Research on Women and Education Annual Meeting in Las Cruces, NM.

39. Scott, K. A. & Zion, S. (2013, April). COMPUGIRLS program scale-up: Preliminary findings. Paper presentation at AERA, San Francisco, CA.

38. Scott, K. A., Ashcraft, C., Zion, S., & Santos, C. (2013, January). COMPUGIRLS: Examining the possibilities and limitations of a culturally relevant technology program. Poster presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

37. Santos, C., Scott, K. A., & **Krieg, C. (2013, January). The development and psychometric properties of a scale measuring racialized and gendered identities in digital media. Paper presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

36. Zion, S., & Scott, K. A. (2013, January). Scaling up-embedding student empowerment programs in the school curriculum. Poster presentation at Poster presentation at Hawaiian International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.

35. Scott, K. A., White, M., Gomez, K., & Daily, S. (2012, June). Developing students’ disciplinary historical thinking: the role of textual and instructional resources. Poster session presented at the ICLS Conference, Sydney, Australia.

34. **Lee, J. E., Husman, J., & Scott, K. A. (2011, November). COMPUGIRLS: Stepping stone to the future STEM Pathway. Poster session presented at the biannual meeting of the Southwest Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education, Norman, OK.

33. Scott, K. A., Husman, J., **Lee, J. (2011, September). Motivation and culturally responsive technology for COMPUGIRLS. ITEST Youth Motivation Convening, Boston, MA.

32. Clark, K. & Scott, K. A. (2011, April). Sustaining a research agenda for education, technology, media, and students of color. Professional development course at AERA, New Orleans, LA.

31. Scott, K. A. (2011, April). What is COMPUGIRLS? Paper presentation at AERA, New Orleans, LA.

30. Lee, J. E., Husman, J., *Maez, C., & Scott, K. (2011, April). The outcome space of the open-ended possible selves questionnaire of female adolescents in poverty. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

29. Scott, K. A. (2010, March). Intersectionality, digital equity and cyberfeminism. Workshop presentation at the UCLA Critical Race Studies Symposium, Los Angeles, CA.

28. Scott, K. A. & White, M. (2010, February). COMPUGIRLS: One-year of evaluation. Paper presented at National Science Foundation ITEST Summit, Washington, D.C.

27. Scott, K. A. Chevalier, G., & #Torrecillas, R. (2008, July). COMPUGIRLS’ experience with SCRATCH. Workshop presentation at SCRATCH @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

26. Scott, K. A., Anderson, L., **Zhang, X., #Torrecillas, R., #Chevalier, G., & #Tyler, K. (2008, March). COMPUGIRLS: Technology program for girls. Workshop presentation at Microcomputers in Education Conference, Tempe, Arizona.

25. Scott, K. A. (2008, March). An African American woman studying African American girls. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

24. Scott, K. A. (2008, March). Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

23. Scott, K. A. (2007, August). High achieving African American girls in desegregated communities. Paper presentation at the Association of Black Sociologists, New York, NY.

22. Scott, K. A. (2007, August). Interpersonal communication patterns of Black girls with lunch aides. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, New York, NY.

21. Scott, K. A. (2007, August). African American girls’ academic achievements and playground lives. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, New York, NY.

20. Scott, K. A. (2004, October). The impact of hip-hop on the global images for girls of African descent. Paper presentation at the International Congress of Comparative Education Society, Havana, Cuba.

19. Scott, K. A. (2004, August). African-American girls' peer groups in a state-operated school district. Refereed roundtable at the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA.

18. Scott, K. A. & **Fisher, M. (2004, April). African-American girls’ virtual selves in a state-operated school district. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

17. Scott, K. A. Lew, J., & Silver, M. (2003, August). Teaching race relations. Roundtable presentation at the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA.

16. Scott, K. A. (2003, February). Getting through: African-American girls’ perceptions of a State operated district. Paper presentation at the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

15. Scott, K. A., **Avolin, C., & **McVea, N. (2003, February). Forty-minutes and counting: Ethnographic research in a State operated urban school district. Paper presentation at the Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA.

14. Scott, K. A. (2002, November). My friend is Black: The problems with interracial/interethnic associations in teacher education. Paper presentation at the American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburgh, PA.

13. Scott, K. A. (2002, April). “She’s like an animal”: Teachers’ perceptions of African-American girls’ academic success versus the girls’ playground lives. Paper presentation at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

12. Scott, K. A. (2002, April). The future of multicultural education: A response to Carl Grant. Presentation at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

11. Scott, K. A. (2002, April). Whitehood and white hoods in teacher education programs. Paper presentation at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

10. Pinto, A. & Scott, K. A. (2002, April). Academic grades and standardized test scores as predictors for peer group acceptance. Roundtable at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

9. Neisler, O.J., Mason, J., Blanchett, W., Scott, K. A., Carter, J. (2002, February). Development of a diverse faculty: Realities of Holmes Scholars. Panel presentation at American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, New York, NY.

8. Scott, K. A. (2001, November). “Her name is lunch lady and his is custodian”: Lunch aides and custodians in three elementary schools. Paper presentation at American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

7. Blanchett, W.J., Burke-Spero, R., McKisick, S., Scott, K. A. (2001, January). An honest dialogue about racism, prejudice, and privilege: A missing component in teacher preparation. Roundtable at Holmes Scholars Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM.

6. Scott, K. A. (2000, November). My students think I’m Indian: The presentation of an African-American self. Paper presentation at American Education Studies Association, Vancouver, Canada.

5. Scott, K. A. (2000, August). You want to be a girl and not my friend. Paper presentation at American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.

4. Scott, K. A. (2000, August). Selfhood developed: Verbal and nonverbal expressiveness in first-grade African-American girls’ play. Paper presentation at American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.

3. Scott, K. A. (2000, April). Teachers, custodians, and convenient heroes: Custodians in three elementary schools. Paper presentation at the New York State Foundations of Education Association, New Paltz, NY.

2. Scott, K. A. (2000, April). Mentoring the other. Discussant for critical examinations of race, class, and gender SIG. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

1. Scott, K. A. (2000, January). What your advisor may have never told you: Points for people of color to consider when entering academe. Paper presentation at Holmes Scholars Conference, Cincinnati, OH.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

53. Scott, K. A. (2018, April). To be unapologetically “UnGoogley”: Why STEM diversity fails women of color. Dean’s Diversity Lecture at the University of Illinois College of Education in Champaign, IL.

52. Scott, K. A. & Knorr, T. (2017, July). Technology and computer science: Girls revolutionizing. Workshop at GE Summit in Orlando, FL.

51. Scott, K. A. (2017, July). Underrepresented girls in STEM. Presentation at National Academies of Science and Engineering: Committee on Middle and High School Science and Engineering in Washington, D.C.

50. Scott, K. A. (2017, May). Women empowerED. Panelist with Liza Mundy, Ann Kirschener, Judy Spitz, Gilda Barabino, at ASU GSV Education Innovation Summit in Salt Lake City, UT.

49. Scott, K. A. (2017, April). Digital maids: A response to Patricia Hill Collins’ Another kind of public education. Presidential Lecture at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

48. Scott, K. A. (2017, April). The limitations of the why, the inadequacy of the what, and the potential of the how: Creating initiatives with underrepresented women in STEM. Smith College, Northampton, MA.

47. **Berry, M., **Jackson, V., Scott, K. A. (2017, March). COMPUGIRLS as an out-of-school phenomenon. STEMPower Conference Presentation, San Diego Department of Education, San Diego, CA.

46. Scott, K. A. (2016, October). Student voices in STEM. The White House Conference on Inclusive STEM Education for Youth of Color. Panel moderator with Adegboyega Akinsiku, Anna Chambliss, Marissa Grant, Kalev Winn. The White House Council on Women and Girls, Washington, D.C.

45. Scott, K. A. (2016, October). Digital inclusion in the 21st century. Panelist with David Cerullo, Ravi Kapur, Kevin Clark. #Solutions2020 policy forum hosted by Commissioner Mignon L. Clyburn, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C.

44. Scott, K. A. (2016, June). Skills for the global digital revolution. The CompuGirls program. GE Foundation Virtual Conference.

43. Scott, K. A. (2016, June). Cracking the code: Access to STEM for all women and girls. The United State of Women Summit. Panelist with Kwadwo Sarpong, Tara Chklovski, Mae Jemison, Sandra Johnson, Matthew Randazzo, Anar Simpson. The White House Council on Women and Girls, Washington, D.C.

42. Scott, K. A. (2016, May). Education through the lens – digital equity – bridging the digital access divide. Congressional Briefing hosted by Congressman Mike Honda and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

41. Scott, K. A. (2016, May). Advancing excellence and equity in education. Convocation at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Education, New Brunswick, NJ

40. Scott, K. A. (2016, April). Are women better coders: A discussion of women in technology. Panelist with Kimberly Bryant, Deborah Berebichez, at ASU GSV Education Innovation Summit in San Diego, CA

39. Scott, K. A., (2016, March). Becoming ourselves in this digital age. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Baltimore, MD

38. Gibson, David, Rose, David, and Scott, K. A. (2016, March). Without limits: Digital learning dilemmas and opportunities. The 2016 Meyen Lecture, Lawrence, KC

37. Scott, K. A. & McNulty-R. (2015, November). Women’s digital literacy and leadership. Workshop presentation with Mark Surman and Mitchell Baker at Mozilla Foundation Mozfest, London, England

36. Scott, K. A. (2015, October). Moving innovation in education forward. Panel presentation with Secretary of Education Arne Duncan at Medium, San Francisco, CA.

35. Scott, K. A. (2015, March). Inspiring and cultivating innovators in
science, technology, engineering & math (STEM).
Panel presentation at Cosmos Club, Washington, D.C.

34. Scott, K. A. (2015, March) Newark & COMPUGIRLS. Presentation at Victoria Foundation, Newark, NJ.

33. Scott, K. A. (2015, March). COMPUGIRLS. Presentation at PASE, New York, NY.

32. Scott, K. A. (2015, March) Digital equity for whom and to what end? An intersectional analysis of girls of color and technology. Colloquium at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY.

31. Scott, K. A. (2015, January). COMPUGIRLS & CGEST. Mini-Talk & Closing Remarks at The White House Domestic Policy Council, White House Council on Women and Girls, US Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education, and the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality:,Front and Center: Bringing Marginalized Girls into Focus in STEM and Career and Technical Education, Washington, D.C.

30. Scott, K. A. (2014, October). Girl rising. Panel Presentation at Musical Instrument Museum, Phoenix, AZ.

29. Scott, K. A. (2014, September). Risk taking. Miller Lecture at Smith College, Northampton, MA.

28. Scott, K. A. (2014, March). From nowhere to nobels: A future tense event about women and STEM. Panel Presentation, Washington, D.C.

27. Scott, K. A. (2014, February). Black history panel. Cesar Chavez High School Black History Forum, Phoenix, AZ.

26. Scott, K. A. (2013, August). What is COMPUGIRLS to Henkel? Presentation at Henkel, Scottsdale, AZ.

25. Scott, K. A. (2012, March). Coalition building in the digital age. Panel presentation at ASU’s Black and Latino Coalition Building Project Symposium, Scottsdale, AZ.

24. Scott, K. A. (2011, November). Keynote: Tempe Union's 19th annual national merit scholarship reception. Keynote for Tempe Union High School District, Tempe, AZ.

23. Scott, K. A. (2011, April). Keynote: Sonia Kovalesky high school mathematics day. Keynote address at ASU Foundation, Association for Women in Mathematics, Glendale, AZ.

22. Scott, K. A. (2010, July). All the women are MACs, all the PCs are men, and the rest of us are Linux: Gender equity. Presentation at Computer Science Teachers Association, Google Headquarters, Mountain View, CA.

21. Scott, K. A. (2010, May). COMPUGIRLS: A culturally relevant program. Presentation at National Center for Women and Information Technology, Portland, Oregon.

20. Scott, K. A., Cammarotta, J., #Tyler, K., #Hernandez, N. (2009, April). Theoretical frameworks on race, ethnicity, class, and gender. Invited panel presentation at the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, NY.

19. Scott, K. A. & #Torrecillas, R. (2009, September). COMPUGIRLS. Presentation at North Pole High School & Tanana Middle School, North Pole, AK.

18. Scott, K. A. (2009, September). Cyberfeminism as work in progress. Research Colloquium at University of Alaska Fairbanks’ College of Education, Fairbanks, AK.

17. Scott, K. A. (2009, September). Building and sustaining healthy, respectful, equitable communities: What can we learn from each other? Community Forum at J.P. Jones Community Development Center, Fairbanks, AK.

16. Scott, K. A. (2008, October). Interrelación como un instrumento analítico para el estudio de niños pequeños. 8º Encuentro Internacional de Educación Inicial y Preescolar, Monterrey, México.

15. Scott, K. A. (2008, January). Researching AZ Black students. Arizona Public Service, Co., Phoenix, AZ.

14. Scott, K. A. (2007, October). Roundtable. Arizona Black Expo Inaugural Roundtable, Phoenix, AZ.

13. Scott, K. A. (2007, April). Keynote Address. 2007 Methods of Administration (MOA) conference (Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Dept of Education), Scottsdale, AZ.

12. Scott, K. A. (2005, April). Gender inequality. Presentation at Pace University, Pleasantville, NY.

11. Scott, K. A. (2004, November). Gender equity for girls of African and Latina descent. Workshop given at the United Federation of Teachers’ Parent Day, New York, NY.

10. Scott, K. A. (2004, April). Historical overview: Brown versus Board of Education. Remarks given at the Miseducation of Children of African and Hispanic Heritage Conference, North Babylon, NY.

9. Scott, K. A. (2004, March). Standing on my ancestors’ shoulders: Celebrating Women’s History Month. Workshop given at Roosevelt S.T.A.R. Program, Roosevelt, NY.

8. Scott, K. A. (2003, July). It’s all who you know: African-American parents’ perceptions of their daughters’ success. Paper presented at the National Urban League Press Conference: State of Black America, Washington, D.C.

7. Scott, K. A. (2003, April). The girls, my work, and becoming a Girl Scout leader. Paper presented at Facing History and Ourselves, New York, NY.

6. Scott, K. A. (2002, June). What you learn after sixth-grade. Invited remarks given at Ulysses Byas Elementary School, Sixth-Grade Graduation, Roosevelt, NY.

5. Scott, K. A. (2002, April). Success in a diverse society. Presentation at Uniondale High School, Uniondale, NY.

4. Scott, K. A. (2001, March). Inclusive education and African-American girls: The implications. Presentation at Teachers College-Columbia, Inclusive Education Seminar, New York, NY.

3. Scott, K. A. (2001, January). Practical information for education practitioners. Multicultural Education Workshop at New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, New York.

2. Scott, K. A. (2000, March). African-American girls’ gender play. Invited address at Princeton University’s Seminar on History and Sociology of Childhood, Princeton, NJ.

1. Koch, J., Mandel, L., Scott, K. A., & Shakeshaft, C. (2000, March). What is the blueprint for gender equity? Invited keynote panelist at Long Island Fund for Women and Girls, Stonybrook, NY.

Honors / Awards

World Technology Award in Education (2016)

The World Technology Network

 

Distinguished Leader in Education Award (2016)

Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University

 

Top 30 Women in Higher Education (2014)

Diverse Issues in Higher Education

 

White House STEM Access Champion of Change Award (2014)

White House

 

Meritorious Service for Promoting Multicultural Education Award (2011)

AERA: SIG Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender

 

40 Under 40 (2009)

Phoenix Business Journal

 

Centennial Professor (2008-2009)

Arizona State University

 

Junior Fellow (2003-2004) 

Center for Children and Childhood Studies, Rutgers University

 

AERA Course Participation Stipend (1998)

Embracing the Minority Scholar

 

Samuel D. Proctor Fellow (1997-1998)

Rutgers University

 

Holmes Scholar (1996-1999)

Rutgers University

 

Initiative Award (1995)

Long Island University

Graduate Faculties / Mentoring History

Postdoctoral Fellows

  • Stephen Elliott (2017-present)
  • Patricia Garcia (2015-2016)

 

Chair of Dissertation Committee

  • Quintin Boyce (2012)
  • Ibi Haghighat (2009)
  • Tanisha Johnson (co-chair) (2009)
  • Matthew Bentz (2009)

 

Assistant Research Professional

  • Sabrina Weiss (2017-present)
  • Rebecca Beucher (2014-2015)

 

Dissertation Committee Member

  • Joy Anderson (2016)  
  • Monica Stigler (2016)
  • Cynthia Mruczek (2014)
  • Benjamin Roat (2014)
  • Angeles Maldonado (2013)
  • Lorraine Conley (2012)
  • Allison Henward (2010)

 

Master’s Thesis Chair

  • Julia Tebbin (2017-present)
  • Hannah Alley (2017)

 

Master’s Thesis Committee Member

  • Luke Black (2015)
  • Floyd Hardin (2010)

 

Honors College Thesis Advisor

  • Raven Gibson (present)
  • Veda Inamdar (2017)
  • Soumya Pushpraj (2017)
  • Risa Rahman (2016)

 

Honors College Thesis Reader

  • Felina Rodriguez (2017)

 

Undergraduate & Graduate Research Mentoring

Graduate Research Assistants

  • Ricardo Millhouse (2017-2018)
  • Chun Tao (2016-present)
  • Sofia Herrera (2016-2017)
  • Quaylan Allen (2007-2008)
  • Mercedes Anderson (2016)
  • Elodi Billionniere (2009)
  • Daniel Boudon (2007-2008)
  • German Cadenas (2013-2015)
  • Lilian Chavez (2009)
  • Ran Chen (2012)
  • Shiqin Chong (2012-2013)
  • Kiki Hachiya (2013-2014)
  • Angela Hines (2010-2013)
  • Christine Krieg (2012-2013)
  • Jieun Lee (2009-2013)
  • Ceceila Maez (2012)
  • Niharika Marwah (2009)
  • Cynthia Mruczek (2009-2010)
  • Celimar Quinones (2009-2010)
  • Gautam Singh (2009-2010)
  • Jessica Solyom (2009)
  • Monica Stigler (2015)
  • Daniel Villanueva (2009-2010)
  • Miku Watanabe (2009-2013)
  • Hui Xu (2010-2014)
  • Xialong Zhang (2009-2013)
  • Hui Zou (2013-2014)

 

Undergraduate Research Assistants

  • Odessa Clugston (2017-present)
  • Megan Berry (2014-2017)
  • Victoria Jackson (2016-2017)
  • Alma Banuelos (2016)
  • Veda Inamdar (2016)
  • Felina Rodriguez (2014-2015)
  • Nicole Marrero (2013-2014)
  • David Martinez (2014)
  • Malalay Sherzada (2013)
  • Courtney Besaw (2012-2014)
  • Mitzi Vilchis (2012-2015)
  • Celia Maez (2012-2013)
  • Channetta Curtis (2009)
Work History

ACADEMIC

Professor in Women and Gender Studies (2017-present)

School of Social Transformation

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

 

Associate Professor of Women and Gender Studies (2010-2017)

School of Social Transformation

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

 

Associate Professor of Education Leadership & Policy Studies (2006-2010)

Fulton Institute and Graduate School of Education

Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

 

Associate Professor of Foundations, Leadership, & Policy Studies (2005-2006)

School of Education and Allied Human Services

Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York

 

Assistant Professor of Foundations, Leadership & Policy Studies (1999-2005)

School of Education and Allied Human Services

Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York

 

ADMINISTRATIVE

Founding Executive Director (2015-present)

ASU’s Center for Gender Equity in Science and Technology

 

Founder (2006-present)

COMPUGIRLS, Tempe, Arizona

 

Executive Director / Editor (2008-2012)

State of Black Arizona, Tempe, Arizona

 

Director of Educational Studies Program (2003-2006)

Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York

 

Co-Director of Master of Arts in Foundations of Education (1999-2004)

Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York

 

OTHER EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant (1996-1999)

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey

 

Research Assistant (1998)

Education Law Center, Newark, New Jersey

 

Intern / Technical Assistant (1997)

Education Law Center, Newark, New Jersey

 

Multicultural Curriculum Writer (1993-1996)

Orange Board of Education, Orange, New Jersey

 

Teacher (1992-1996)

Heywood Avenue School, Orange, New Jersey

 

Intern / Research Assistant (1992)

National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian, Washington, D.C

 

Education Assistant (1991-1992)

Museum for African Art, New York, New York

 

English Teacher (1991)

New Life Center, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Service

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Trustee (2017-present)

Board of Trustees, Bennington College

 

Council Member (2016-present)

Science Foundation AZ Girls in STEM

 

Proposal Reviewer (2015-present)

National Science Foundation

 

Minority Fellowship Committee Member (2014-2017)

American Education Research Association

 

External Scientific Panelist (2014)

National Institutes of Health

 

Panel Reviewer (2014)

National Science Foundation

 

Editorial Board Member (2014-2016)

American Education Research Journal-SIA

 

Proposal Reviewer (2014)

AERA: Undergraduate Student Education Research Training Workshop

 

Committee Member (2012-present)

Arizona STEM Network Oversight Council

 

Committee Member (2011-2014)

AERA’s Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2011)

Sex Roles

 

Standing Committee Member (2010-2013)

Technology Engineering Literacy Assessment, Educational Testing Services

 

Planning Committee Member (2010-2011)

National Science Foundation-ITEST Summit

 

Panel Reviewer (2009)

National Institutes of Health

 

Statewide Advisory Council Member (2010-present)

Expect More Arizona

 

Panel Reviewer (2010)

Institute for Museums and Library Services

 

Board Member (2008-2010)

Association for Supportive Child Care

 

Editorial Board Member (2008-2017)

Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research

 

Panel Reviewer (2007-2008)

National Science Foundation

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2007)

Journal of Social and Personal Relations

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2007)

Teachers College Press

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2007)

Journal of Language, Identity, and Education

 

Editorial Board Member

Race and Ethnicity in Education

 

Chair (2006-2009)

AERA: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG

 

Board Member (2003-2006)

National Association of Holmes Scholar Alumni

 

Conference Co-Organizer (2003-2006)

Holmes Scholars National Conference

 

Eastern Suffolk BOCES (2004-2006)

Member Strategic Planning Council

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2004)

State University of New York Press

 

Program Chair (2003-2006)

AERA: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG

 

Girl Scout Senior Leader (2003-2005)

Nassau County Girl Scouts-Troop #1668

 

Member of Diversity Advisory Group (2002-2006)

Girl Scouts of Nassau County

 

Co-Editor of Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender Newsletter (2000-2002)

American Educational Research Association

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2001)

Houghton Mifflin

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2001)

Urban Education

 

Manuscript Reviewer (2000)

McGraw Hill

 

Paper Proposal Reviewer (1999)

AERA: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG

 

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Member (2017-present)

University Promotion and Tenure Committee, Arizona State University

 

Vice President of Caucus Relations (2017-2018)

Faculty Women of Color Caucus, Arizona State University

 

Board Member (2016-present)

American Indian Policy Institute, Arizona State University

 

Moderator (2014)

National Science Foundation Proposal Clinic, Arizona State University

 

Panelist (2014)

National Science Foundation Day, Arizona State University

 

Conference Co-Organizer (2013)

Brown v Board of Education: 50 Year Later on Long Island, Hofstra University

 

School of Education and Allied Human Services Representative (2002-2004)

Honors College Council Board, Hofstra University

 

COLLEGE SERVICE

Member (2014-2017)

Committee of Review, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University

 

Member (2008-2010)

Program / Grievance Committee, Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, Arizona State University

 

SCHOOL SERVICE

Member (2013-present)

Research Committee, School of Social Transformation, Arizona State University

 

Member (2014-2015)

Women and Gender Studies Graduate Program Committee, School of Social Transformation, Arizona State University

 

Member (2007)

Dean Search Committee, Mary Lou Fulton College of Education, Arizona State University

 

Member (2006-2010)

Personnel Committee, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Arizona State University

 

Member (1999-2006)

Affirmative Action Committee, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University

 

Member (1999-2000)

Ad-hoc Interdepartmental Re-Registration, Committee for Undergraduate Programs, School of Education and Allied Human Services, Hofstra University