Regina Williams Davis

Interim Vice Provost for Student Success and University Registrar

Regina Williams Davis
Provost and VC for Academic Affairs

Provost and VC for Academic Affairs

B.A.Biology / Hampton University
MAHuman Relations / University of Oklahoma
Ph.D.Education Leadership & Cultural Foundations / University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Research Interests

Recidivism Studies, Intercultural Communication, Persuasion, Argumentation and Debate, Interpersonal Communication Studies, Gender, Racial and Religious Studies, Mediation, Community Network Development, Popular Culture, Youth and Identity, Parenting Pedagogies, Culture, Neuro-linguistics, Narrative Analysis, and Communication Strategies for Distance Learning.

Recent Publications

  • Regina Davis (2004). (Mother as Teacher of Peace Edification. War Terror, Violence and the Responsibility of Educators). pp. pp. 63-70. Southern Association Philosophy of Education Society (SAPES).
  • Silverthorne (2005). (The Impact on Market Ideology on Youth Culture. Education and the Market Place). (1-887277-22-6) pp. pp. 36-42. Southern Association Philosophy of Education Society (SAPES).
  • Myra Shird, Regina Davis (2007). (THE QUILT: CULTURAL VOICES). pp. 236. Kendall Hunt.
  • Regina Davis (2009). (Religion and the African American Woman: Sexism in the Church and Popular Cultural Influences). Volume 28, Number 2, pp. pp. 20-25. The Griot: The Journal of African American Studies.
  • Regina Davis, Temeka Carter, Robin Buckrham (2013). (Black Star). (First Edition) pp. 227. Kendall Hunt.
  • Regina Davis, Temeka Carter, Robin Buckrham (2014). (A Discourse in the African American Experience: Black Star). (Second Edition) Kendall Hunt.
  • Regina Davis (2015). (Critical Discourse Analysis as an Interdisciplinary Research Methodology for Interdisciplinary, Intercultural and an Inter-institutional Assessment Tool for Student-perceived Learning Compared with Instructor-perceived Teaching of Interdisciplinary Online Courses ). Volume 177, pp. pp. 278-283. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Regina Davis, Deana Mcquitty (2015). (The Fundamentals of Speech Communication in the Digital Age). Kendall Hunt.