About Women in STEM & SBS
1. I hold a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Howard University and Georgia Institute of Technology, respectively, and I received my Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology’s School of Chemical Engineering. Who am I?
2. I am the author of the book “The Effects of Race and Family Attachment on Self-Esteem, Self-Control, and Delinquency”, who am I?
3. I am the Project Director of the NIDA grant “HIV-Risk Reduction for Women in Drug Treatment”, who am I?
4. My paper entitled “Calculus Instructors’ Responses to Prior Knowledge Errors,” discusses prerequisite skills necessary for student success in calculus courses. Who am I?
5. I can be found on You Tube, where I discussed my interests in computing and intelligent systems during an interview for the 2009 Celebration of Richard Tapia Diversity in Computing Conference. Who am I?
6. I research how to repair damaged DNA such as DNA samples extracted from crime scene evidence or after long term storage. I use an in vitro method that combines commercially available DNA repair enzymes and microbial cell extracts. Who am I?
7. I am a Faculty Manager of the Molecular and Cellular Biology Core Laboratory at the Center for Environmental Health whose interests are gene expression and carcinogenesis. Who am I?