Ph.D. in Education, University of California, Berkeley, 2016
Engages humanizing research approaches to examine equity-focused PK-16 STEM teaching and learning across urban contexts with a focus on Black girls.
Scott, A., Martin, A., McAlear, F. & Madkins, T. (2016). Broadening Participation in Computer Science: Existing Out-of-School Initiatives and a Case Study. ACM Inroads, 7(4), 84–90. doi:10.1145/2994153.
ross, k.m.., Nasir, N.S.., Givens, J.R.., McKinney de Royston, M.., Vakil, S.., Madkins, T.C.. & Philoxene, D.. (2016). I Do This for All of the Reasons America Doesn't Want Me To: The Organic Pedagogies of Black Male Instructors. Equity and Excellence in Education, 49(1), 85–99. doi:10.1080/10665684.2015.1122678.
Madkins, T. (2011). The Black Teacher Shortage: A Literature Review of Historical and Contemporary Trends. The Journal of Negro Education, 80(3), 417–427. http://www.jstor.org/stable/41341143.
Tatiane Russo-Tait(Committee Member) Equity in STEM Education, humanizing pedagogies, graduate student and faculty professional development, biology education research, discipline-based education research
Gareth Gingell(Supervisor) Race, Equity, Medical Education (UME, GME, and Faculty Development)