Adjunct Lecturer, Psychology
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
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Ms. Davis is featured in ACUE’s module: Using Active Learning Techniques in Small Groups.
Davis is an adjunct professor and doctoral student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice of The City University of New York where she teaches courses in Psychology and Behavior.
Previously, Davis worked as an Extern Therapist at the SCO Family of Services, and at the Family and Children’s Services. Her most recent publications include Intersectional identities and Microaggressions: Influences of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality, and Religion, Microaggressions in the Workplace: Recommendations for Best Practices, and Emotional, Behavioral, and Cognitive Reactions to Microaggressions: Transgender Perspectives.
Davis earned her BA in Psychology from Dartmouth College. She holds an MA in Forensic Psychology from Jay College of Criminal Justice of The City University of New York, and is currently pursuing her PhD in Clinical Forensic Psychology, also from John Jay where she is currently a Writing Across the Curriculum Fellow and a recipient of an Enhanced Chancellor’s Fellowship.