About Women in STEM & SBS
1. I received my undergraduate degree from Jackson State University and received my Master’s and Doctorate degrees from the University of California (Santa Barbara) in cell biology and molecular biology, respectively. Who am I?
2. I have over 89 publications and have served as a postdoctoral researcher for the University of Southern California, IBM, the Center for Drug Discovery in Florida, and for the Computational Center for Molecular Structure and Interactions at Jackson State University. Who am I?
3. I was the first African American Computer Science and Software Engineering faculty member at Auburn University in 1991, and I was featured in the Fall/Winter 2011 e-mag, Auburn’s engineering magazine and the Fall 2010 Jacksonian. Who am I?
4. I was instrumental in developing the Mathematics and Homeland Security Academy, a two-week program for K-12 teachers in Mississippi that integrated homeland security topics into calculus, discrete mathematics, and mathematical modeling, held at JSU. Who am I?
5. I received my B.A from Yale University and Ph.D. from University of California at San Diego, who am I?
6. My recent abstract “Let’s Talk Gender at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs): The Unspoken Word” was accepted for presentation at the National Social Science Conference, who am I?