Congrats to Sociology Prof. Tomeka Davis on Research Grant!
Congratulations to GSU Sociology Professor Dr. Tomeka Davis, who has just received a research grant from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Grant Program, sponsored by National Science Foundation (NSF), for her research project titled “Explaining the Black Gender Gap in College Enrollment and Completion.” PhD candidate Bobby Jo Otto will serve as Co-Principal Investigator with Dr. Davis.
The following are some of Dr. Davis’s related publications:
- Davis, T., & Oakley, D. (2013). Linking charter school emergence to urban revitalization and gentrification: A socio-spatial analysis of three cities. Journal Of Urban Affairs, 35(1), 81-102.
- Davis, T. M., & Welcher, A. N. (2013). School quality and the vulnerability of the black middle class: The continuing significance of race as a predictor of disparate schooling environments. Sociological Perspectives, 56(4), 467-493.
- Davis, T. M. (2012). School choice and segregation: “Tracking” racial equity in magnet schools. Education and Urban Society, 20(10), 1-35.