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Kimberly Scott

Kimberly.A.Scott@asu.edu

Assoc Professor
School of Social Transform
Faculty
Mail Code: 6403

(480)965-5380

Courses

Spring 2014

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 792 Research
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 792 Research
EPA 799 Dissertation
SST 691 Seminar
WST 691 Seminar

Fall 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 792 Research

Summer 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
EDA 799 Dissertation
SST 691 Seminar
SST 780 Practicum
SST 784 Internship

Spring 2013

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
DCI 792 Research
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 792 Research

Fall 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation

Summer 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
SPF 599 Thesis

Spring 2012

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 691 Seminar
JUS 691 Seminar
SPF 599 Thesis
SST 691 Seminar
WST 691 Seminar

Fall 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
WST 340 Gender, Science & Technology

Summer 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
SPF 599 Thesis

Spring 2011

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 784 Internship
EDA 792 Research
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 691 Seminar
HED 591 Seminar
SPF 691 Seminar

Fall 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 791 Seminar
EDA 791 Seminar
EDA 799 Dissertation
SPE 791 Seminar
SPF 791 Seminar

Summer 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
EDA 691 Seminar
SPF 691 Seminar

Spring 2010

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
EDA 795 Continuing Registration
EDA 799 Dissertation
EPA 691 Seminar
SPF 691 Seminar

Winter 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
EDA 691 Seminar
SPF 691 Seminar

Fall 2009

Courses Taught This Semester
Course Number Course Title
DCI 791 Seminar
EDA 791 Seminar
SPE 791 Seminar
SPF 791 Seminar

Publications and Other Intellectual ContributionsGoogle Scholar

  1. Scott, K.A.. Lessons learned: Research within an urban, African American district.. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. (2012).

  2. Edited book: Scott, K.A.. State of Black Arizona: Volume III. APS (2012).

  3. Edited book: Scott, K.A.. State of Black Arizona Volume II. APS (2011).

  4. Edited book: Scott, Kimberly A. & Blanchett, W.J.. Research in urban educational settings.. IAP (2011).

  5. Book chapter: Scott, K.A. & Solyom, J.. Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools.. Research in urban educational settings: Lessons learned and implications for future practice.. IAP (2011).

  6. Scott, K.A., Clark, K., Hayes, E., Mruczek, C., Sheridan, K.. Culturally relevant computing programs: Two examples to inform teacher professional development. Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (2010).

  7. Scott, K.A.. The new digital divide: Where are our girls?. LeadCast Blog, http://www.niusileadscape.org/bl/?p=404 (2009).

  8. Scott, K.A., Aist, G., Hood, D.. COMPUGIRLS: Designing a culturally relevant technology program.. Educational Technology (2009).

  9. Kimberly Scott, V Mumford. Critical thoughts: Reexamining teacher training, cultural awareness, and school reform. Multicultural Perspectives (2007).

  10. Review of: Understanding children's transition from preschool to elementary school. Contemporary Sociology (2007).

  11. Book chapter: Scott, Kimberly A (Author) ,Boocock, S S (Author) . Sociology. Scholarly resources in children and childhood studies: A research guide and annotated bibliography. Scarecrow Press (2007).

  12. Book chapter: Welch, O (Author) ,Patterson, F E (Author) ,Scott, Kimberly A (Author) . Gender equity for African Americans. Handbook for achieving gender equity through education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Taylor & Francis Group (2007).

  13. Kimberly Scott. African-American girls' virtual selves. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education Journal (2005).

  14. Boocock, S, Scott, Kimberly A. Kids in context: A sociological study of children and childhoods. Rowman & Littlefield (2005).

  15. Kimberly Scott. African-American-White girls' friendships. Feminism and Psychology (2004).

  16. Scott, Kimberly. The benefits of sameness. Newsday (2004).

  17. J Trubek, J Singer, J Carter, Kimberly Scott, R McLean, A Singer, P Sierra, H Kling. Dialogue: Does a teacher (educational researcher, counselor or other professional)'s race, gender, class ethnicity and ideology belong in the classroom?. Race, Gender & Class (2003).

  18. Kimberly Scott. A case study: African-American girls and their families. State of Black America (2003).

  19. Kimberly Scott. In girl, out girl, and always Black: African-American girls' friendships. Sociological Studies of Children and Youth (2003).

  20. Kimberly Scott. My students think I'm Indian: The presentation of an African-American self to preservice teachers. Race, Ethnicity and Education (2003).

  21. J Richardson, Kimberly Scott. Rap music and its violent progeny: America's culture of violence in context. Journal of Negro Education (2002).

  22. Kimberly Scott. You want to be a girl and not my friend: African-American girls' play with and without boys. Childhood: An International Journal of Child Research (2002).

  23. Kimberly Scott, A Pinto. Revolutionizing multicultural education staff development: Factor structure of a teacher survey. Equity and Excellence in Education (2001).

  24. Kimberly Scott. The importance of studying first-grade African-American girls' play patterns. Hofstra Horizons, Hempstead, NY: Hofstra University (2000).

  25. Review of: Race, culture, and schooling: Identities of achievement in multicultural urban schools. Journal of Negro Education

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Presentations

  1. Scott, K.A., White, M., Gomez, K., & Daily, S. Developing students’ disciplinary historical thinking: the role of textual and instructional resources.. ICLS Conference. (Jun 2012).
  2. Lee, J. E., Husman, J., & Scott, K.A. COMPUGIRLS: Stepping stone to the future STEM Pathway.. Southwest Consortium for Innovative Psychology in Education. (Nov 2011).
  3. Scott, K.A., Husman, J., Lee, J. Motivation and culturally responsive technology for COMPUGIRLS.. NSF-Itest Youth Motivation Convening. (Sep 2011).
  4. Clark, K. & Scott, K.A. Sustaining a research agenda for education, technology, media, and students of color.. Professional development course at American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2011).
  5. Scott, K.A. What is COMPUGIRLS?. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2011).
  6. Lee, J. E., Husman, J., Maez, C., & Scott, K. The Outcome Space of the Open-ended Possible Selves Questionnaire of Female Adolescents in Poverty. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2011).
  7. Scott, K.A. All the women are MACs, all the PCs are men, and the rest of us are Linux: Gender equity. Computer Science Teachers Association, Google Headquarters. (Jul 2010).
  8. Scott, K.A. COMPUGIRLS: A culturally relevant program. National Center for Women and Information Technology. (May 2010).
  9. Scott, K.A. Intersectionality, digital equity and cyberfeminism.. UCLA Critical Race Studies Symposium. (Mar 2010).
  10. Scott, K.A. & White, M. COMPUGIRLS: One-year of evaluation. National Science Foundation ITEST Summit. (Feb 2010).
  11. Scott, K.A. & Torrecillas, R. COMPUGIRLS. North Pole High School & Tanana Middle School. (Sep 2009).
  12. Scott, K.A Cyberfeminism as work in progress. Research Colloquium at University of Alaska Fairbanks’ College of Education. (Sep 2009).
  13. Scott, K.A. Building and sustaining healthy, respectful, equitable communities: What can we learn from each other?. Community Forum at J.P. Jones Community Development Center. (Sep 2009).
  14. Scott, K.A., Cammarotta, J., Tyler, K., Hernandez, N. Theoretical frameworks on race, ethnicity, class, and gender.. American Educational Research Association. (Apr 2009).
  15. Scott, K.A. Interrelación como un instrumento analítico para el estudio de ninos pequenos.. 8º Encuentro Internacional de Educación Inicial y Preescolar. (Oct 2008).
  16. Scott, K.A. Chevalier, G., & Torrecillas, R COMPUGIRLS’ experience with SCRATCH.. SCRATCH @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Jul 2008).
  17. Scott, K.A., Anderson, L., Zhang, X., Torrecillas, R., Chevalier, G., & Tyler, K. COMPUGIRLS: Technology program for girls.. Microcomputers in Education Conference. (Mar 2008).
  18. Scott, K.A An African American woman studying African American girls.. American Educational Research Association. (Mar 2008).
  19. Scott, K.A Teaching urban education versus conducting research in urban schools. American Educational Research Association. (Mar 2008).
  20. Scott, K.A. Researching AZ Black students. AZ Public Service Co.. (Jan 2008).
  21. Scott, Kimberly Gender inequality. Pace University, Pleasantville, NY. (Apr 2005).
  22. Scott, Kimberly The impact of hip-hop on the global images for girls of African descent. International Congress of Comparative Education Society, Havana, Cuba. (Oct 2004).
  23. Scott, Kimberly, Fisher, M African-American girls' virtual selves in a state-operated school district. American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA. (Apr 2004).
  24. Scott, Kimberly Historical overview: Brown versus Board of Education. Miseducation of Children of African and Hispanic Heritage Conference, North Babylon, NY. (Apr 2004).
  25. Scott, Kimberly It's all who you know: African-American parents' perceptions of their daughters' success. National Urban League Press Conference: State of Black America, Washington, D.C. (Jul 2003).
  26. Scott, Kimberly The girls, my work, and becoming a Girl Scout Leader. Facing History and Ourselves, New York, NY. (Apr 2003).
  27. Scott, Kimberly, Avolin, C, McVea, N Forty-minutes and counting: Ethnographic research in a State operated urban school district. Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA. (Feb 2003).
  28. Scott, Kimberly Getting through: African-American girls' perceptions of a State operated district. Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA. (Feb 2003).
  29. Scott, Kimberly My friend Is Black: The problems with interracial/interethnic associations in teacher education. American Educational Studies Association, Pittsburgh, PA. (Nov 2002).
  30. Scott, Kimberly She's like an animal: Teachers' perceptions of African-American girls' academic success versus the girls' playground lives. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. (Apr 2002).
  31. Scott, Kimberly Success in a diverse society. Uniondale High School, Uniondale, NY. (Apr 2002).
  32. Scott, Kimberly The future of multicultural education: A response to Carl Grant. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. (Apr 2002).
  33. Scott, Kimberly Whitehood and white hoods in teacher education programs. American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. (Apr 2002).
  34. Neisler, O, Mason, J, Blanchett, W, Scott, Kimberly, Carter, J Development of a diverse faculty: Realities of Holmes Scholars. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, New York, New York. (Feb 2002).
  35. Scott, Kimberly Her name is lunch lady and his is custodian: Lunch aides and custodians in three elementary schools. American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. (Nov 2001).
  36. Scott, Kimberly Inclusive education and African-American girls: The implications. Teachers College-Columbia, Inclusive Education Seminar, New York, NY. (Mar 2001).
  37. Scott, Kimberly My students think I'm Indian: The presentation of an African-American self. American Education Studies Association, Vancouver, Canada. (Nov 2000).
  38. Scott, Kimberly Selfhood developed: Verbal and nonverbal expressiveness in first-grade African-American girls' play. American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C. (Aug 2000).
  39. Scott, Kimberly You want to be a girl and not my friend. American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C. (Aug 2000).
  40. Scott, Kimberly Teachers, custodians, and convenient heroes: Custodians in three elementary schools. New York State Foundations of Education Association, New Paltz, New York. (Apr 2000).

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Research Activity Research Awards

  1. Scott,Kimberly A * . COMPUGIRLS Fall Camp. ASU FDN (9/1/2013 - 4/30/2014).
  2. Scott,Kimberly A * , Santos,Carlos Eduardo , Santos,Carlos Eduardo , . COMPUGIRLS: Scale Up. NSF-EHR-DRL (5/15/2012 - 4/30/2017).
  3. Scott,Kimberly A * . STEM for All. GEORGE MASON UNIV (5/15/2012 - 4/30/2015).
  4. Scott,Kimberly A . State of Black Arizona. AZ COMMUNITY FDN (4/1/2012 - 4/30/2015).
  5. Scott,Kimberly A * Santos,Carlos Eduardo Santos,Carlos Eduardo . GSERES Girls Cultural-Gendered Identities and Perceptions as Future Technologists: A Mixed-Method Research Project of Intersectionality. NSF-EHR (1/1/2012 - 12/31/2014).
  6. Scott,Kimberly A * Scott,Kimberly A * . State of Black Arizona Project 2009-2011. AZ COMMUNITY FDN (10/1/2009 - 7/1/2012).
  7. Scott,Kimberly A * , Scott,Kimberly A * , Brayboy,Bryan , Brayboy,Bryan , Gee,Elisabeth Ruth , Gee,Elisabeth Ruth , Husman,Jenefer , Husman,Jenefer , Panchanathan,Sethuraman , . COMPUGIRLS: A Culturally Relevant Technology Program for Girls. NSF-EHR (9/15/2008 - 6/30/2013).
  8. Scott,Kimberly A * . African American Philanthropy Project. AZ COMMUNITY FDN (8/1/2008 - 9/30/2009).
  9. Scott,Kimberly A * . African American Intern. AZ COMMUNITY FDN (6/1/2008 - 7/31/2009).
  10. Scott,Kimberly A * . Sierra Vista COMPUGIRLS. SIERRA VISTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (10/1/2007 - 6/30/2008).
  11. Scott,Kimberly A * . Compugirls II. AZ COMMUNITY FDN (5/10/2007 - 3/31/2009).

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Service

  1. Arizona STEM Network Oversight Council, Committee Member (2012 - present)
  2. American Educational Research Association: Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity, Committee Member (2011 - present)
  3. American Educational Research Association: Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity, Committee Member (2011 - present)
  4. Expect More Arizona, Statewide Advisory Council Member (2011 - present)
  5. Expect More Arizona, Statewide Advisory Council Member (2011 - present)
  6. Arizona Community Foundation: Black Philanthropy Initiative, Taskforce Member (2010 - present)
  7. Arizona Community Foundation: Black Philanthropy Initiative, Taskforce Member (2010 - present)
  8. American Educational Research Association: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG, Chair Awards Committee (2009 - present)
  9. American Educational Research Association: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG, Chair Awards Committee (2009 - present)
  10. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, Editorial Board Member (2008 - present)
  11. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, Editorial Board Member (2008 - present)
  12. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, Editorial Board Member (2008 - present)
  13. Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Arizona State University, Personnel Committee Member (2006 - present)
  14. American Educational Research Association: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG, Chair (2006 - present)
  15. Race and Ethnicity in Education, Editorial Board Member (2006 - present)
  16. Race and Ethnicity in Education, Editorial Board Member (2006 - present)
  17. Holmes Scholars National Conference, Conference Co-Organizer (2003 - present)
  18. National Association of Holmes Scholar Alumni, Board Member (2003 - present)
  19. National Science Foundation-ITEST Summit, Planning Committee Member (2010 - 2011)
  20. Institute for Museums and Library Services, • Panel Reviewer (2010)
  21. National Institute of Health, Panel Reviewer (2009)
  22. Educational Studies Program, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, Director (2003 - 2006)
  23. Affirmative Action Committee, Member (1999 - 2006)
  24. Eastern Suffolk BOCES, July 2004-July 2006, Member Strategic Planning Council, Member (2004 - 2006)
  25. May 2002-July 2006, Diversity Advisory Group, Girl Scouts of Nassau County, Member (2002 - 2006)
  26. American Educational Research Association: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG, Program Chair (2003 - 2006)
  27. Nassau County Girl Scouts-Troop #1668, Girl Scout Senior Leader (2003 - 2005)
  28. Masters of Arts in Foundations of Education, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, Co-Director (1999 - 2004)
  29. State University of New York Press, Manuscript Reviewer (2004)
  30. School of Education and Allied Human Services , Hofstra University Honors College Council Board, Representative (2002 - 2004)
  31. Brown v Board of Education: 50 Years Later on Long Island, Hofstra University, Conference Co-Organizer (2003 - 2004)
  32. Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender Newsletter, American Educational Research Association, Co-Editor (2000 - 2002)
  33. Urban Education, Manuscript Reviewer (2001)
  34. Houghton Mifflin, Manuscript Reviewer (2001)
  35. American Educational Research Association: Critical Examination of Race, Class, and Gender SIG, Paper Proposal Reviewer (1999 - 2000)
  36. Elementary School Math Instructor, St. John's Summer Camp, Math Instructor (2000)
  37. Ad-hoc Interdepartmental Re-Registration, Committee for Undergraduate Programs, Member (1999 - 2000)
  38. McGraw Hill, Manuscript Reviewer (2000)

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