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CHAYLA HAYNES DAVISON
Associate Professor
EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION & HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Curriculum Vitae
Research Interests
Black women in higher education
Critical and inclusive pedagogy (i.e., instructional methods and course design in college teaching and faculty development)
Critical race theory and intersectionality scholarship
Race, equity and inclusion in higher education
BIOGRAPHY
Dr. Chayla Haynes Davison is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education Administration and the recipient of Texas A&M University's Robert and Mavis Simmons Faculty Fellowship. She received her Ph.D. in Higher Education from the University of Denver and also holds a M.A. in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University. Dr. Haynes Davison's research interests and expertise include: critical and inclusive pedagogy, critical race theory and intersectionality scholarship (i.e., critical race theory, critical race feminism, and intersectionality), and Black women in higher education. She is co-editor of Interrogating Whiteness and Relinquishing Power: White Faculty's Commitment to Racial Consciousness in STEM Classrooms (Peter Lang Publishing) and Race Equity and the Learning Environment: The Global Relevance of Critical and Inclusive Pedagogies in Higher Education (Stylus Publishing). Her scholarship has also been featured in Teachers College Record, the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, the Journal of Critical Scholarship in Higher Education and Student Affairs, and the Journal of Negro Education. Her scholarly contributions were recognized by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA), who named Dr. Haynes Davison an Emerging Scholar Designee in 2016. In 2018, Dr. Haynes Davison and colleagues Drs. Lori Patton Davis and Natasha Croom were recognized by ACPA's Coalition on Women's Identities for their scholarly collaborations on Black women in higher education, receiving their Research and Scholarship Award. Prior to the professoriate, Dr. Haynes Davison served the higher education and student affairs profession for 15 years, as a former Director of Orientation and Family Programs and Services, Director of Student Affairs and Career Services, and Director of Student Activities.
COURSES TAUGHT
EDAD601. COLLEGE TEACHING
2019A,2018C,2018A,2017C,2017A
EDAD603. ADV STUD DEVELOP THEORY
2020A
EDAD669. COLLEGE STUDENT
2019C,2018C,2017C,2016C
EDAD684. INTERNSHIP
2020A,2018A
EDAD685. DIRECTED STUDIES
2020B,2020A,2018A,2017C
EDAD689. SPECIAL TOPICS IN
2020A,2017A
EHRD651. MDLS EPIST & INQY EHRD
2019C
FORMER DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Kalyn Rochelle Cavazos, Ph.D. (Fall 2021)
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books and Monographs
Tuitt, F., Haynes, C., & Stewart, S. (Eds.) (2016). Race, equity, and the learning environment: The global relevance of critical and inclusive pedagogies. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.
Journal Articles
Haynes, C. & Bazner, K. (2019). Pedagogy of the oppressed: Faculty thwarting 'learning while Black' at predominantly White institutions. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 32 (9), 1146-1161
Haynes, C. & Patton, L.D. (2019). From racial resistance to racial consciousness: Engaging White STEM faculty in pedagogical transformation. Journal of Case Studies in Educational Leadership, 22 (2), 85-98.
Haynes, C., Taylor, T., Mobley, S. & Haywood, J. (in press). Existing and resisting: The pedagogical realities of Black, critical men and women faculty. Journal of Higher Education
Stanley, C. & Haynes, C. (2019). What have we learned from critical qualitative inquiry about race equity and social justice? An interview with pioneering scholar Yvonna Lincoln. The Qualitative Report, 24(8), 1915-1929.
Haynes Davison, C. & Patton Davis, L. (2018, April 22). Lessons from Starbucks[8217] imperfect response to systemic racism. Retrieved from https://diverseeducation.com/article/114778/
Patton, L. D. & Haynes, C. (2018). Hidden in plain sight: The Black women's blueprint for institutional transformation in higher education. Teachers College Record, 120(14), 1-18.
Tuitt, F., Haynes, C., & Stewart, S. (2018). Transforming the classroom at traditionally White institutions to make Black lives matter. To Improve the Academy: A Journal of Educational Development, 37(1), 63-76. doi:10.1002/tia2.20071
Haynes, C. (2017). Dismantling the white supremacy embedded in our classrooms: White faculty in pursuit of more equitable educational outcomes. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 29(1), 87-107
Patton, L. D. Croom, N. & Haynes, C. (Eds.) (2017). Centering the experiences of Black undergraduate women in college [Special Issue]. NASPA Journal about Women in Higher Education, 10(2).
Haynes, C., Allen, E. & Stewart, S. (2016). Three paths, one struggle: Black women and girls battling invisibility in U.S. classrooms. The Journal of Negro Education, 85(3), 380-391
Patton, L. D., Crenshaw, K., Haynes, C. & Watson, T. (Eds.) (2016). Why we can[8217]t wait: (Re)examining the challenges and opportunities for Black women and girls in education [Special Issue]. Journal of Negro Education, 85(3)
Stewart, S. & Haynes, C. (2016). An alternative approach to standardized testing: A model that promotes racial equity and college access. Journal of Critical Scholarship in Higher Education and Student Affairs, 2(1), 122-136
Book Chapters
Haynes, C. &[194][160]Stewart, S.[194][160](2019). Framing the Caribbean landscape: approaching grounded theory from decolonizing perspective. In S. Stewart (Ed.),[194][160]Decolonizing qualitative approaches for and by the Caribbean.[194][160]Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Patton, L. D., Haynes, C., Stewart, S., & Ivery, S. (2017). Enhancing classroom learning environments for students of color: Curricular and pedagogical models to address microaggressions. In J.F.L. Jackson (Ed.), Advancing equity and diversity in student affairs: The applied scholarship of Melvin C. Terrell (pp. 149-164). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc.
Haynes, C. (2016). Critical and inclusive pedagogy: Why the classroom is all its cracked up to be. In F. Tuitt, C. Haynes, & S. Stewart (Eds.). Race, equity and the learning environment: The global relevance of critical and inclusive pedagogies. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing
RESEARCH PROJECTS
Restrictive and Expansive Views of Equality: A Grounded Theory Study that Explores the Influence of Racial Consciousness on the Behaviors of White Faculty in the Classroom
PI. Spencer Foundation (Private)
2017-09-01 — 2019-08-31
Teaching Student Affairs Educators How to Apply a Critical Lens in the Translation of Student Development Theory to Student Affairs Practice
PI. American College Personnel Association (Private)
2016-11-01 — 2018-12-31
AWARDS
2018 Research and Scholarship award. 2018 Resarch and Scholarship Award, American College Personnel Association Coalition for women identities. (2018)
Outstanding Teachign Achievement Award. EAHR Dept, TAMU. (2018)
EDITORSHIPS
Editorial Board Member. Journal of Education and Development in the carribean (2016)