Department of Mathematics
As a native Detroit, Detroit Public School graduate and Wayne State University graduate, I am extremely passionate about the restoration of the City of Detroit. Community urban development and educational reform through Mathematics and community service has become my focus of my professional and community outreach.
I am a graduate of Wayne State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics and Master's Degree in Mathematical Statistics. Currently, I am pursuing a Doctorate in Evaluation and Research, focusing in multivariate regression involving latent variables and their application in educational reform.
Research interest(s)/area of expertise
My area of interest stem from Categorical Data Analysis, Applied Logistic Regression, Structural equations with Latent Variable and their applications. Other fields of interest include Nonparametric Data analysis and Predictive models using Monte Carlo Simulations.
- Mathematics, B.S. Wayne State University
- Mathematical Statistics, M.S Wayne State University
Awards and grants
Dr. Albert Bharucha Reid Award for Academic Excellence
SDS - Extra Mile Award
Dunaway M, Kerzabi L, Mahabir N, & Park R. A Novel Visualization Technique for the Sphericity Condition in Repeated Measures Data. Poster presented at: 2017 AERA Annual Meeting; Houston, Texas
For the Fall of 2019, I am teaching Precalculus , Mat 1800, Calculus 2, Mat 2120, through the Emerging Scholars program, Department of Mathematics and PH3200, introduction to Biostatistics.
Courses taught include
- Mat 1050
- Mat 1800
- Mat 1900
- Mat 2010
- Mat 2110
- Mat 2120
- PH 3200