1 DOROTHY HINES DATIRI Curriculum Vitae October 27, 2014 Personal Information Assistant Professor Curriculum & Teaching University of Kansas 1122 West Campus Rd. 306 Joseph R. Pearson Hall Lawrence, KS Address: Education Ph.D., Educational Policy, May 2014, East Lansing, MI Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Urban Education, Race and Equity, Teacher Education, Mixed Methods Dissertation/Thesis: "Navigating Multiple Worlds When Dropping Back Into School: Urban Youth, School Policy, and Re-enrollment" Committee Members: Dr. Dorinda Carter Andrews (Chair), Dr. Ken Frank, Dr. Barbara Schneider, Dr. Francisco Villarruel, and Dr. Louie Rodriguez Master of Public Administration, magna cum laude, May 2008 NC Central University, Durham, NC Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Qualitative Analysis, Community Psychology, and Urban Education Bachelor of Political Science, May 2004 NC State University, Raleigh, NC Supporting Areas of Emphasis: American Government and Law Licensures, Certifications, and Professional Training Urban Education Specialization, College of Education,, May 2014 Employment History Academic Harvard University Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, MA Teaching Fellow, Summer Summer 2013 Course Instructed: T210-K: Power in Urban Classrooms. Served as a Teaching Fellow at the Harvard Graduate School of Education Master s Teacher Education Program preparing pre-service teachers for urban schools and communities. The course discussed issues of race, social class, and power in urban classrooms and the role of teacher identity development on their classroom management, engagement, and understandings of teaching in urban schools.
2 Dorothy Hines Datiri 2 Instructor, Department of Teacher Education, College of Education, Fall May 2012 Course Instructed: TE250: Human Diversity and Social Institutions. Instruct undergraduate pre-service K-12 teachers on issues of race, gender, socioeconomic status, special education, and diversity in schools in urban and rural environments. Supervised student service learning experiences in collaboration with the course and department degree requirements. Michigan Principals Fellowship Graduate Assistant, Fall May 2010 Principal Investigator: Dr. Barbara Markle. Conduct field notes/observations of impact of MPF program initiatives at low-performing schools in Michigan. Responsibilities include researching teacher pedagogy in urban schools, attend monthly seminars for teachers, principals, and coaches, and conduct qualitative analysis of acquired program data as a collaborative team. Institute for the Study of Minority Issues Research Assistant, August May 2008 N.C. Central University. Responsibilities include developing research proposals, promoting interdisciplinary research in areas pertaining to Black and Hispanic youth, disseminating research data, program evaluation, and collaborating with professors in the implementation of conferences and academic journal publications. Areas of focus include psychological, health, educational, social, and socioeconomic policies that affect families of color. Professional Boston Public Schools/Boston Private Industry Council Intern, Summer 2011 Re-engagement Center; Work with high school leavers to re-enroll in high school; assist with data collection, graduation coach research, and conduct focus groups. Michigan Formative Assessment Research Assistant, Fall Spring 2011 Collect qualitative and quantitative data on urban teacher use of formative assessment practices in classrooms and assessment of learning teams and coaches. Design survey instruments and videotape teachers and learning team meetings. Analyze videotaped data. Poudre School District, Ft. Collins, CO Instructional Assistant, Summer 2009 Served as instructional assistant for a High School Dropout Credit Recovery Program for English as Second Language Learners. Intern, Summer 2009 Assist with supplemental research on Hispanic high school dropout rates and student achievement. National Commission on Teaching and America's Future, Washington, D.C Intern, Summer 2008 Responsibilities include assisting with education policy research on teaching quality, learning communities, professional development, and project based learning. In addition, attending congressional briefings and assisting with symposium conference planning and implementation. NC Department of Public Instruction
3 Dorothy Hines Datiri 3 Research Intern, Summer 2007 Responsibilities included collecting legislative summaries, computing statistical data, analyzing budget reports, and assessing educational policy implementation and evaluation of statewide programs. Additional duties included writing policy briefs, conducting educational policy research through qualitative and quantitative analysis. Caswell County Public Schools Teacher, August June 2006 Teacher of United States History at Bartlett Yancey High School in the Caswell County Public School System. Wake County Public Schools Teacher Assistant, August May 2005 Teaching Assistant at Forestville Elementary School in the Wake County Public School System. Honors/Awards/Honor Societies Honor Societies Honor/Award Pi Alpha Alpha Honor Society, National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administrators. (2008) Individual Honor/Award David Clark Scholar, University Council of Educational Administrators and American Educational Research Association. (2013) Dissertation Completion Fellowship ($6,000), Graduate School of Education, Michigan State University. (2013) Donald Nickerson Fellowship Award Recipient ($2,500), College of Education at Michigan State University. (2013) Educational Opportunity Fellow ($3,000), Graduate School. (2013) Future Faculty Dissertation Fellowship Award Recipient ($35,000), Graduate School. (2013) Certificate of Achievement, American Educational Research Association Graduate Student Council, Junior Graduate Student Junior Representative Division K. (2012) Donald Nickerson Fellowship for Cultural Diversity and Minority Concerns ($2,500), Michigan State University College of Education Award Recipient. (2012) NAEd/Spencer Dissertation Fellowship Finalist. (2012) Urban Education Specialization Fellowship, College of Education at. (2012) $1,100
4 Dorothy Hines Datiri 4 Urban Education Specialization Fellowship ($1,200), College of Education at Michigan State University. (2012) Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Scholar Award ($2,000), Michigan State University Graduate School. Funded through National Science Foundation. (2011) Urban Education Specialization Fellowship ($1,200), College of Education at Michigan State University. (2011) Educational Opportunity Fellow ($3,000), Graduate School. (2010) Urban Education Specialization Fellowship ($1,200), College of Education at Michigan State University. (2010) Recognition for Participation as Focus Group Facilitator, N.C. Central University Graduate School. (2007) Research/Scholarly Work Publications Journal Articles Hines Datiri, D. (2013). High School Dropout. EBSCO: Research Starters. Refereed Hines Datiri, D. (2013). No Child Left Behind and Dropout Recovery: Making a Diploma Count. Teachers College Record. Refereed Singleton, D., Livingston, J., Hines, D., & Jones, H. (2008). Underrepresentation of African American Students in Gifted Education Programs: Implications for Sustainability in Gifted Classes. African American Research Perspectives Journal. Refereed Hines, D., & Mathis, K. (2007). Policy Report: Regional Specific Incentives for Teacher Recruitment and Retention. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction: Financial and Business Services. Refereed Book Chapters Hines, D. (2013). Bowles, Samuel and Herbert Gintis. In J. Ainsworth (Ed.), Sociology of Education: An A-to-Z Guide (Vol. 2, pp ). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. Refereed Hines, D. (2013). Suspensions. In J. Ainsworth (Ed.), Sociology of Education: An A-to-Z Guide (Vol. 2). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. Refereed Book Reviews Hines Datiri, D. (2013). [Review of the book Adolescent development and School Achievement in Urban Communities: Resilience in the Neighborhood]. Teachers College Record. Invited Refereed
5 Dorothy Hines Datiri 5 Newsletter Articles Hines, D. (2013). "Saving Grace": Educating African American Children Through Industrial Education in Mayesville. Carologue, 29(2). Refereed Presentations/Lectures Hines, D., & Carter, A. D. (2013). The Effects of Zero Tolerance Policies on Black Girls: Schools as Figured Worlds and Worlds that Figure. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Hines, D. (2013). Schools As Cultural Battlefields: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Urban Youth Transitioning Back to High School. David Clark Scholar Seminar. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Hines, D. (2013). The Gendered Nature of Race: Urban Youth that Dropout of High School. Harvard Graduate School of Education Student Conference, Cambridge, MA. Hines, D. (2013). You Don't Know My Story: Examining the Reenrollment Behavior of Urban Youth Who Return For A High School Diploma. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA. Hines, D. (2012). Takin' it to the Streets: Creating Context for Critical Race Politics in Critical Race Theory. American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada. Hines, D. (2011). Raced Identification: Reading Achievement and Alternative School Placement. Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate., East Lansing, MI. Hines, D. (2011). Sidney, Earl, and Me: Race and Literacy as Mechanisms for Alternative School Identification. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. Hines, D. (2010). No Habla Espanol: An Investigation of Equal Participation of ELL Students in Instructional Programs. Education Law Association Conference, Vancouver, Canada. Hines, D. (2010). Racial and Political Implications of Industrial Education through Media in Mayesville, South Carolina, History of Education Society Conference, Cambridge, MA. Brown, C., Singleton, D., Sinclair, A., Tedder, M., Hines, D., & Livingston, J. (2007). Walk a Mile in My Shoes: Low-income parental perspectives on Early Childhood programs and services. Presented at the Southeastern ECO Conference, Atlanta, GA. Smith, N., Tedder, M., Hines, D., Mills, C., Singleton, D., & Simmons, T. (2007). Community in crisis: A university's effort to inform African American women about breast cancer through theater education. Presented at the Southeastern ECO Conference, Atlanta, GA. Hines, D. (2007, April). Orange County Human Resources: A Case Analysis. NC Central University Graduate Research Day.
6 Dorothy Hines Datiri 6 University Service Writing and editing articles for Education Policy Center Faculty Associates on issues related to urban education, teacher quality, and economics of education. Work in collaboration with Education Policy Faculty Associates in the College of Education., Writer. Supervisors: Dr. Bob Floden and Chris Reimann. (Fall ) Pre-College Conference Steering Committee, Member. ( ) College Ambition Program, Site Coordinator. Principal Investigator: Dr. Barbara Schneider. Site Coordinator for college tutoring and mentoring with urban students at Sexton High School in STEM fields and History. (Fall May 2012) School Service MSU College of Education Donor Day, Panelist. (2012) Department Service Department of Teacher Education Faculty Recruitment MSU Graduate Student Luncheon, Participant. (2012) Professional Service International Urban Education, Reviewer, Journal Article. (2012) Journal of African American Studies, Reviewer, Journal Article. (2010) Early Child Development and Care: Special Edition Fathering and Attachment in Context: Patterns Across the Lifespan, Reviewer, Journal Article. (2009) National From the Ivory Tower to the School Yard; Researching with Populations Living in Poverty, Division K Fireside Chat, American Educational Research Association, Chair, San Francisco, CA. Participant: Dr. Brian Brayboy. (2013) SIG: Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender, Reviewer, Conference Paper. (2013) SIG: Talent Development of Students Placed At-Risk, Reviewer, Conference Paper. (2013) Talking the Talk and Walking the Walk... Taking Research to the Next Level Using Research to Improve Education and Serve the Public Good, Division K Fireside Chat, American Educational Research Association, Chair, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Participants: Dr. Bryan Brown, Dr. Thomas M. Philip, Dr. Jamy Stillman, and Dr. Jeffrey Duncan-Andrade. (2012) Graduate Student Elections Committee, American Educational Research Association, Member. (2012) Regional Senior Graduate Students, Division K, American Educational Research Association, Representative. (2013)
7 Dorothy Hines Datiri 7 Graduate Student Council, Division K American Educational Research Association, Member. ( ) Junior Graduate Students, Division K, American Educational Research Association, Representative. (2012) Mid-Western Educational Research Association, Annual Conference, Reviewer, Conference Paper. (2009) Southern Education Foundation Leadership Program, Southern Education Foundation, Participant, Atlanta, GA. (2008) State Skillman Foundation s Good Schools: Making the Grade Grant Program, Michigan State University, Grant Reviewer. (2009) Professional Memberships AERA: SIG: Critical SIG: Critical Examination of Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Gender AERA: SIG: Talent Development of Students Placed At-Risk American Educational Research Association