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Busy TAA People: Dr. Dannielle Joy Davis Receives SLU’s James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award

Dannielle Joy DavisTAA member Dr. Dannielle Joy Davis, is the 2023 recipient of the James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award from Saint Louis University’s Reinert Center for her research examining the experiences of marginalized groups in educational settings and the role of policy and practice in academic and occupational outcomes.

The James H. Korn Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award is an annual award established in recognition of Dr. Korn’s many contributions to research on teaching and learning. Professor emeritus in Psychology, Dr. Korn is deeply committed to scholarly teaching; he was also a member of the faculty committee that first established the Reinert Center in 1997.

Davis is a Professor of Higher Education at Saint Louis University. She has published over 70 refereed journal articles, book chapters, volumes, academic commentaries, and reviews. She is series editor of the Information Age Publishing book series, Contemporary Perspectives on Spirituality in Education, where she coordinates and leads guest editors and authors from around the globe in the development of scholarly volumes. She is editor or co-editor and a contributing author of several books including: Black Women in Leadership: Their Historical and Contemporary Contributions, Social Justice Issues and Race in the College Classroom: Learning from Different Voices, Intersectionality in Education Research, Specialists: Passions and Careers, Motherhood in Precarious Times, and United We Stand: The Role of Spirituality in Engaging and Healing Communities. She has also worked as associate editor for The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society and Learning for Democracy: An International Journal of Thought and Practice, and the Editorial Review Board for the Journal of Colorism Studies. She is also a past leadership team member with Sisters of the Academy Institute, a TAA Chapter.

Congratulations Dannielle!