About Charles H.F. Davis III
Dr. Charles H.F. Davis III is an assistant professor of clinical education, director of research, and the chief strategy officer of the USC Race and Equity Center. Dr. Davis’ research has been published in peer-reviewed journals, including Urban Education, Community College Journal of Research and Practice, Educational Foundations, Men and Masculinities, and the Journal of Negro Education. In addition to his written scholarship, Dr. Davis hosted and produced “Saving Tomorrow, Today,” a long-form documentary about the structural barriers facing Black youth in education and innovative solutions to support their success. He is currently working on his first book titled “Flourish,” an ethnography examining the contemporary organizing practices of the Dream Defenders, an organization of Black and Brown youth building power and fighting for freedom in the deep south.
Higher Education Administration, Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Civil Rights and Discrimination, Social and Cultural Anthropology, Communication Technology and New Media, Public Relations and Advertising, Civic and Community Engagement, Gender and Sexuality, Inequality and Stratification, Politics and Social Change, and Race and Ethnicity
Race & Equity Issues in Higher Education, Student Activism and Social Movements in College, and Digital Media and Social Change in Higher Education
Honors and Awards
- NASPA Melvene D. Hardee Dissertation Award, Runner-up
- Ford Dissertation Fellowship, Honorable Mention
- Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
- Golden Key Honor Society
- Omicron Delta Kappa National Honorary
- Gender in College
- Activism and Social Movements in Higher Education
- Student Identity in College
- Higher Education in the United States
- Student Affairs and the Black College Experience
- Media, Fashion, and Black Feminist Thought
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Social Media, Higher Education, and Community Colleges: A Research Synthesis ...
Community College Journal of Research and Practice (2015)
The boundaries between on-line and “real-world” communities are rapidly deteriorating, particularly for the generation of young people whose lives are ...