Dr. Cynthia Kimball Davis is the Chair of the Integrative & Engaged Studies Department. Her research, and personal mission, is on heart-based communication, culture and leadership.
Prior to graduate school, Dr. Davis worked as a university administrator, director, college business and management training faculty, face-to-face and online faculty, patient educator and advocate, and columnist.
Dr. Davis earned a B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina, an M.Ed., in education from the American Intercontinental University, an M.A. in professional communication from Southern Utah University, and a Ph.D. in education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Industry Expertise (3)
Areas of Expertise (10)
Effective Practice: Learning Effectiveness Award (professional)
Online Learning Consortium Conference, Orlando, FL, November 2017
University of Nevada: Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction
Southern Utah University: M.A., Professional Communication
American Intercontinental University Online: M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: B.A., English
- University Professional and Continuing Education Association
- Career & Technical and Postsecondary Education
- Cedar City Chamber of Commerce
- Online Learning Consortium
- Southern Utah University Women's Network
- Association of Interdisciplinary Studies
Media Appearances (2)
Support for Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment & Testing
Access Health online
Do you know your family’s history of cancer? If you have an inherited hereditary cancer syndrome such as Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Syndrome (HBOC) or Lynch Syndrome, your risk of developing cancer is shockingly higher than that of the general population. Knowing your family history, getting genetic testing and being proactive can ultimately help your physician prevent cancer or identify it at an earlier, more treatable stage. Watch a very special episode of Access Health on Lifetime Television and get all the facts, resources and testing information. Learn what you need to know about your family history of cancer. Find out about the 60-second hereditary cancer risk quiz that could literally save your life. Hear from some of the most knowledgeable experts in the field, including Certified Genetic Counselor Marianne Lotito and Angelina Jolie’s breast surgeon, Dr. Kristi Funk. Neither you nor your family can afford to miss this very important special presentation of Access Health.
Information is Power for Cancer Patients
Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah online
“Education is vital to the care of all cancer patients,” says Susan Childress, RN, MN, OCN, director of Nursing Services at Huntsman Cancer Hospital. “We are committed to the premise that all patients are entitled to verbal, written, and electronic education that specifically addresses their physical and psychological needs as cancer patients and survivors.” The Patient Education Steering Committee at Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI), co-chaired by Childress, was created for that very purpose.
Cynthia Kimball Davis
When students or participants are off base on an assignment or exercise, I work to find a way to provide feedback that will hopefully motivate change by creating an emotional connection where they are inspired to make something better and stronger.
Cynthia Kimball Davis
Brian and Tonya Wilson meet their son Tyler for the first time at The Creche Enfant Jesus orphanage in Haiti.
Cynthia Kimball Davis
College quarterback helps a co-worker in his reception of the gospel.
EDUC 2000 Exploring Education in Society
This course explores the historical, philosophical, political and economic foundations of education in the United States. Topics include multiple perspectives, current events, and trends and issues.
GOSC 4020 General Studies Capstone
Student complete a written capstone project reflecting their varied knowledge and experience as General Studies majors.
GOSC 6000 Assessment
The study of current psychological principles of teaching and learning, and principles and techniques for developing, validating and interpreting educational measures. The use of educational measures for evaluation and planning processes.
GOSC 6900 MIS Capstone Project
n this course MIS students plan and complete a professional project as a required capstone experience. Learners will research and address a professional problem, then report the results. The project is practitioner-based and culminates learning from each of the three coursework-based learning blocks. Students will study and apply project management skills including proposal and assessment techniques, then carry out their project. A comprehensive report and presentation will serve as final deliverables.
COMM 4240 Technical Writing
This course focuses on practical types of writing used in business and industry. Using principles of analyzing and planning to meet the reader’s informational needs, students produce proposals, instructions and the various types of informative and persuasive reports used in organizations.
SGCS 6010 Classroom Management
Theory and application for creating a 21st Century learning environment are the focus for this course. Maintaining student cooperation in diverse classroom and network settings will be a focus.
BIS 2000 Success Strategies
This course will introduce students to the concepts and foundations of interdisciplinary study, focusing on discussion-generated understanding.