Dr. David C. Bramlett is an Assistant Professor in the Jackson State University Department of Mathematics and specializes in mathematics education and course redesign.
His research area has focused on college students’ attitudes towards mathematics, computer based instruction, historical topics in mathematics, and course redesign. One of his major projects was his involvement in the Institute for Higher Learning National Center for Academic Transformation (IHL NCAT) Mississippi Course Redesign Initiative Grant- JSU Intermediate and College Algebra Course Redesign from 2008 through 2010 and its successful implementation. He is presently involved with the Mississippi Academy for Science Teaching (Project MAST) as a session scribe and evaluator. He is currently co-principal in a grant that was funded in Fall 2012 for $1,200,000 for a period of three years from the Mathematics and Science Partnership Program from the Mississippi Department of Education for the training of K-8 teachers in the Common Core Mathematics Topics.
Dr. Bramlett is also involved with pre-service teacher preparation at JSU, both in the classroom and in conducting Praxis II study sessions. He is the director of the annual Mathematics and Engineering Fair at JSU which challenges annually approximately 200 junior and senior high school students in STEM competitions and introduces students to opportunities available at Jackson State University