Enrique G. Murillo, Jr., Ph.D.

College of Education

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

(last updated September 2014)

             Enrique G. Murillo, Jr., Ph.D.

 

 

PERSONAL DATA

Date of Birth: May 21, 1965

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

Special Skills: Fluent in speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish

 

 

INSITUTIONAL DATA

Rank: Full Professor, Teacher Education & Foundations

Year of Appointment to CSUSB: 1999, tenure track

Assignments:    Multiple Subject Credential Program

                          Masters Core (Foundations/Research Methods)

                          Doctoral Core (Educational Leadership)

 

TECHNOLOGY

In Teaching:  I both use, and require my students to present their work using one or more of the following: webpages, overhead transparencies, posters, computer-assisted presentations (e.g. Powerpoint), videotapes, audiotapes, and other interesting methodologies as applicable. Integrated in course work are the use of electronic sources and web searches.

 

In Professional Life: I use e-mail, word processing, data bases, spread sheets, internet sources, palm pilot, BlackBerry, and communicate extensively with colleagues and students.  I have 
co-designed several websites, and have a homepage for myself which I manage and update completely. As editor of an academic journal, I’m  involved  heavily in computer-assisted pre-production assembly.

 

 

1.  Academic Degrees, Licenses and Credential

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY, SOCIAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION

(09/95 - 01/99)  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

MASTER OF ARTS, EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATIONS
(09/91 - 06/95)  California State University at Los Angeles, Graduate School of Education, Concurrent course work for Bilingual

MULTIPLE-SUBJECT TEACHING CREDENTIAL

 

BACHELOR OF ARTS, PSYCHOLOGY
(09/86 - 06/88)   University of California at Los Angeles
(09/83 - 06/86)   California State University at Long Beach, School of  Social and Behavioral Science
Course work in Chicano Studies

 

 

2.  Professional Experience

            FULL PROFESSOR

              (Sept 2010 - present) College of Education, Department of Language, Literacy, & Culture

           ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

              (Sept 2003 - August 2010) College of Education, Department of Language, Literacy, & Culture

 

               PRESIDENT

               (present) Southern California Consortium of Hispanic-Serving Institutions

                The Southern California Consortium of Hispanic Serving Institutions is committed to preparing Latino students for tomorrow’s challenges through collaboration

                and leveraging institutional strengths and resources. We provide a cooperative vehicle to enhance the success of member institutions in reaching their individual

                and collective goals.

                STATE COMMISSIONER

                (through January 2012) California Student Aid Commission (CSAC)

                CSAC is the principal state agency responsible for administering financial

                aid programs for students attending public and private universities, colleges,

                and vocational schools in California.

                PRESIDENT

                 (through January 2012) EdFund

                EdFund served as the United States' second largest provider of student loan guarantee services under the Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP).

                It was organized as a non-profit public benefit corporation, and processed more than $9.3 billion in student loans in the United States annually

                 (including Consolidation loans) and managed a portfolio of outstanding loans valued at $29 billion.

   

                 EDITOR (Founder)

                (present) Journal of Latinos and Education (JLE)

                 JLE provides a cross-, multi-, and interdisciplinary forum for scholars and

                 writers from diverse disciplines who share a common interest in the analysis,

                 discussion, critique, and dissemination of educational issues that impact

                Latinos.  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. (LEA) / Taylor & Francis

 

                 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR (Founder)

                 (present) Latino Education and Advocacy Day (LEAD)

                 The objective of the LEAD summit is to promote a broad-based awareness

                 of the crisis in Latino Education and to enhance the intellectual, cultural and

                  personal development of our community's educators, administrators, leaders

                  and students

 

                 BTSA SUPPORT PROVIDER

                 (Aug 2009 – present) RIMS Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program.

                 Assignment: Casa Ramona Academy

 

                NATIONAL COORDINATOR (Founder)

                (present) National Latino Education Network (NLEN)

                 Web networking portal for those sharing a common interest and commitment to educational issues that impact Latinos. Online Features and Benefits include:

                 An Archive/Directory, a Resource Guide/Clearinghouse, an online and email Newsletter, E-Mail Listserve, Programs and News, Conference/Summit event

                 Planning

 

                 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

                (Oct 2004 - Dec 2009) Handbook of Latinos and Education (HLE), Routledge Books

                HLE has the unique purpose and function of profiling the scope and terrain

                of this particular domain of academic inquiry. It presents the most

                significant and potentially influential work in the field of Latinos and

                Education, in terms of its contributions to research, to professional practice,

                and to the emergence of related interdisciplinary studies and theory

 

                STATEWIDE PUPIL ASSESSMENT REVIEWER

                (July 2006 – June 2008) SPAR Board

                SPAR reviews all test items on CA standardized tests,

                Special Appointment by State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jack

                O’Connell’s Office

 

                PROFESSIONAL EXPERT (HPSG & II/USP)

                (September 2003 – May 2006 ) Los Angeles County Office of Education

             Assist in reform efforts of local Elementary, Middle and High Schools designated

                 by local and state agencies as Immediate Intervention/Underperforming Schools

   

                INDEPENDENT EVALUATOR

                (September 2003 – November 2008)    HEP  -  PROJECT AVANZANDO    

                A Collaborative Adult Education Initiative for Migrant and Seasonal Farm

                Workers, led by Art, Research & Curriculum Associates

                (U.S. Department of Education, HEP Award S141000008)

 

                 SENIOR FELLOW

                 (August 2005 - July 2008) Center for Equity in Education

                                         

                GRADUATE MENTOR

                (January 2002- June 2004) Bilingual Electronically-Mediated Mentoring Project (Title VII Grant)

                         

                 CALIFORNIA REPRESENTATIVE

                 (March 2002 – June 2005)        Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation

                 (CASA), American

                Educational Studies Association (AESA), Council of Learned Societies in

                Education (CLSE), National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education

                (NCATE)

 

                CONSULTANT

                 (November 2002 – June 2003)  Cortland’s Urban Recruitment of Educators (CURE)

                 Program, State University of New York, College at Cortland

 

                 SPECIAL APPOINTEE TO THE GRADUATE FACULTY

                 (Feb 2000 - present )
                University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

                University of Illinois, Chicago

                University of Pennsylvania

                University of New Mexico, Albuquerque

                University of Phoenix

                Claremont Colleges

                 University of Redlands

       

                 ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

                  (Sept 1999 – Aug 2003)  College of Education, Department of Language, Literacy & Culture, CSUSB

 

                 PROGRAM MANAGER

                (March 1999 – Nov 1999)  American Educational Studies Association Convention, held in Detroit, MI

 

                 PROGRAM MANAGER

                 (Jan 1997 – June 1998)  Department of Anthropology, The University of North Carolina

                 at Chapel Hill.  Funding awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

 

                 MANAGING EDITOR

                 (Aug 1995 –July 1996)  THE URBAN REVIEW, A Quarterly Journal of Issues and Ideas

                 in Public Education.  Published by Human Sciences Press, Inc., New York, NY.

 

                 CASE-STUDY RESEARCHER

                (Aug 1995 – Dec 1996)  Social Foundations of Education Program, The University of

                 North Carolina at Chapel Hill

 

                 BILINGUAL MULTIPLE-SUBJECT INSTRUCTOR

                 (AY 1992/93, AY 1993/1994 , AY 1994/1995)   Los Angeles Unified School District,

                 Hooper Ave. Elem.

 

                 ADULT EDUCATION & SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM COORDINATOR /

                 INSTRUCTOR
                  (Oct 1991 – March 1993)   El Rescate

 

                 CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER / EDUCATIONAL - CULTURAL CONSULTANT /

                 INSTRUCTOR
                (Jan 1990 – Jan 1994)  Ollin, Inc. & Chilaquiles Books


                 REGIONAL DIRECTOR / CHIEF OF OPERATIONS / INSTRUCTOR

                 (June 1988 – Dec 1989)   One Stop Immigration and Educational Center

 

                 IRCA SURVEY INTERVIEWER

                 (March 1989 – May 1989)   San Diego Community College District, Comprehensive

                 Adult Student Assessment System.


                  RESEARCH METHODS / PSYCHOLOGY TUTOR
                  (Sept 1987 – May 1988)   Academic Advancement Program, University of California at Los Angeles

 

                  COUNSELOR / RESIDENT ASSISTANT
                  (July 1987 –Aug 1987)  Summer Bridge Program, California State University at Long Beach.

                   ADMISSIONS COUNSELOR
                   (July 1984 – Aug 1986)   Educational Opportunity Program, California State University at Long Beach.

 

 

3.  Grants / Contracts / Awards-Honors and Other Indications of Professional Recognition (last 12 years, not in sequentioal order)

      

             September 2014:

             Awarded Mexican government's Ohtli award. It is the highest honor presented to a civilian outside Mexico for "services rendered to the dissemination of Mexican culture abroad"

            June 2010:

           Awarded Certificate of Recognition, RIMS Beginning Teacher Support and Assessment Program, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties of Education

             June, 2010:

             Awarded “Promotion” to Full Professor, CSUSB

 

              August 2010:

              Awarded President’s Team Achievement Award for participation and contribution to the Latino Education and Advocacy Day, Office of the President, CSUSB.

 

              August 2010:

              Awarded the 2010 Critics Choice Book Award, Handbook of Latinos and Education, American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

 

             October 2010:

             Examples of Excelencia Recognition (LEAD Organization) for commitment and creativity in building community, leadership and momentum, Excelencia in Education

 

              December 2010:

              Awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award, The White House – President Barack Obama.

 

             December 2010:

             Certificate of Recognition, County of San Bernardino, 5th District Supervisor Josie Gonzales

 

              January 2011:

              Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, US Congress, Joe Baca

 

              March 2011:

              Recognition from US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan

 

              March 2011:

              Awarded Outstanding Support of Hispanics in Education Award, the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE).

 

              May, 2011:

               Awarded Nomination for 2010/11 “CSUSB Outstanding Professor Award”

               Professional Growth Accomplishments, College of Education CSUSB

 

              November 2011:

              Awarded Educator of the Year, SAN GORGONIO PASS HISPANIC CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & TRADE ASSOCIATION

 

               November 2011:

               Certificate of Recognition by Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Kenneth M. Young-Superintendent.

 

              November 2011:

              Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition for Outstanding and Invaluable Service to the Community, US Congressman Jerry Lewis-Member.

 

             November 2011:

             Certificate of Congratulations by the City Council of the City of Banning, Barbara Hanna-Mayor.

 

              November 2011:

              Certificate of Recognition presented by the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, Supervisor Josie Gonzalez-Chair.

 

             November 2011:

             Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition on behalf of the 43rd Congressional District, Joe Baca-Member of Congress.

 

             November 2011:

             Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition, Mary Bono Mack-Member of Congress.

 

             November 2011:

             Certificate of Recognition, California State Senate, Bill Emmerson-Senator 37th District.

 

              March 2012:

             Awarded Nominee for Education Medal of Honor, San Bernardino County Office of Education.

 

              September 2012:

             Certificate of Recognition, CA Assembly – Legislature, 62nd District Assembly Member Wilmer Amina Carter

 

               July 2013:

               Recognition/Congratulation, CA Assembly - Legislature, 40th District Assemblyman Mike Morrell

 

                May 2014:

              Certificate of Recognition, CA Senate, 32nd District Senator Norma J. Torres

                 November, 2009:

                 Awarded Nomination for 2009/10 “CSUSB Outstanding Professor Award”

                 Professional Growth Accomplishments, College of Education CSUSB

                 May, 2010:

                Awarded 2009/10 “Outstanding Professor”

                Professional Growth Accomplishments, College of Education CSUSB

 

                 June, 2008:

                Awarded the “2008 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award”

                University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Education

 

                 February, 2008:

                Awarded “Delmos Jones and Jagna Shariff Memorial Prize for the Critical Study

                of North America” for Local Democracy Under Siege book

                The Society for the Anthropology of North America

     

                 November, 2007:

                Special Appointment by Speaker of the California State Assembly   

                Commissioner, California Student Aid Commission (CSAC)

 

                 April, 2007:

                Awarded “Core Doctorate Faculty” for the new Ed.D. Program in Educational

                Leadership

                Academic Programs, Office of Associate Provost CSUSB

 

                 January, 2007:

                Contract renewal to serve as Editor for the Journal of Latinos and Education

                Circulation has risen at above 90, 000 institutional and individual subscriptions,

                Awarded yearly stipend of $ 8, 000 (continuous)

                Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc. (recently purchased by Taylor & Francis)

 

                 July, 2006:

                Appointed to the “Statewide Pupil Assessment Review Board (SPAR)”

                SPAR reviews all test items on CA standardized tests, State Superintendent of

                Public Instruction, Jack O’Connell’s Office

 

                 May, 2004:

                Awarded 2003/04 “My Teacher is a Feminist”

                Women’s Resource Center CSUSB

 

                 May, 2004:

                Awarded 2003/04 “Outstanding Advisor”

                Student Leadership and Development, Office of Student Affairs CSUSB

 

                 June, 2003:

                Awarded “Tenure and Promotion” to Associate Professor, CSUSB

 

                 May, 2003:

                Awarded 2002/03 “Outstanding Professor”

                Professional Growth Accomplishments, College of Education CSUSB

 

 

4. Publications

                               Books and Monographs:

                 Murillo Jr., Enrique G. et al (eds.) Handbook of Latinos and Education: Theory,

                               Research & Practice. New York, NY: Routledge (December, 2009).

   

                 D. Holland, D. Nonini, C. Lutz, L. Bartlett, M. Frederick-McGlathery,

                           T. Guldbrandsen, and E.G. Murillo, Jr.. Local Democracy Under Siege: Activism,

                           Public Interests, and Private Politics. New York, NY: NYU Press (2007).

 

                 Noblit, G. W., Murillo, Jr., E.G., & Flores, S.Y. (eds.) Postcritical Ethnography in

                               Education. Cresskill, NJ:  Hampton Press. (2004).

   

                 Wortham, S., Hamann, E. &  Murillo Jr., E.G. (eds.) (2001) Education in the New  
                            LatinoDiaspora: Policy and the Politics of Identity. Westport, CT: Ablex.

 

                   Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (copy ed.) (1999) not by myself . . . A Special Edition of English and Spanish Writings About

                            Changing Communities in the South.   Literacy South, Snow Camp, NC: Peppercorn Books and Press.

 

 

                               Book Chapters and Contributing Texts:

                  Murillo, E.G. and Aguilera, P.A."How Are You Going to Pay for College?" in the National Latino & American Indian Scholarship Directory,

                                WPR Books, Carlsbad: CA (2013).

                  Murillo, Jr.. Enrique G. “Preface.” In Enrique G. Murillo Jr., et al (Editors)

                               Handbook of Latinos and Education: Theory, Research & Practice. New

                               York, NY: Routledge (December, 2009).

                Murillo Jr., Enrique G.  “North Carolina Latinos” in Ilan Stavans (ed.)

                              Encyclopedia Latina, Amherst, MA: Grolier (2005).

   

                Murillo Jr., Enrique G. “Journal of Latinos and Education” in L. Diaz Soto (ed.)

                              Praeger Handbook of Latino Education in the U.S., Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers / Greenwood (2005).

               

                Murillo Jr., E.G. and Diaz, E.  “Education” in S. Obler (ed.)

                              The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the U.S., New York,

                              NY: Oxford Press (2005).

 

                 Noblit, G. W., Flores, S.Y. and Murillo, Jr., E.G.  “Postcritical Ethnography: An

                               Introduction.”  In G.W. Noblit, S.Y. Flores, & E.G. Murillo, Jr. (Editors)

                               Postcritical Ethnography: Reinscribing Critique, Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

                               (2004)

 

                Murillo, Jr., Enrique G. “Mojado Ethnography: making meaning of the alliances-

                              reversals-paradoxes-positionalities along the neoliberal borderlands.”

                              In G.W. Noblit, S.Y. Flores, & E.G. Murillo, Jr. (Editors) Postcritical

                              Ethnography: Reinscriibing Critique, Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

                              (2004).          

           

             Murillo Jr., E.G. (2001) “How Does it Feel to Be a Problem?: ‘Disciplining’ the

                               Transnational  Subject in the American South” in S. Wortham, E. Hamann, &

                               E.G.  Murillo Jr. (eds.) Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy and the

                               Politics of Identity. Westport, CT: Ablex.

 

              Wortham, S., Hamann, E. &  Murillo Jr., E.G. (2001) “Introduction” in S. Wortham, E. 
                          Hamann, & E.G.  Murillo Jr. (eds.) Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy

                               and the Politicsof Identity. Westport, CT: Ablex. 

 

              Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1999) “Afterword.”  In Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (copy ed.) not

                               By myself . . . A Special Edition of English and Spanish Writings About

                               Changing Communities in the South. Literacy South, Snow Camp, NC:

                               Peppercorn Books and Press.

 

               

                               Refereed Academic Journals:

                Murillo Jr., E.G., (2002 –present) "From the Editor's Desk", (48 total)

                               Ongoing Editorial Work, published quarterly

                               Journal of Latinos and Education (JLE), Vols. 1 –  9.

                 Murillo, E.G. (2012) "Increasing the Latino Educator Pipeline," Teachers of Color

                               Magazine, Spring Issue Vol 7, No. 1, pgs. 54-55.

 

                 Murillo Jr., E.G. (2010). "The Color of Money: Maintaining the Pipeline of

                               Diversity during a Tumultuous Economy", Insight Magazine – WSU

                 Murillo Jr., E.G. and Sullivan, A. (2005). “High Stakes Testing and Assessment:

                              One is Not the Other,” Wisdom in Education Journal, Features: Fall 2005.

               

                Hamann, E.T., Wortham, S. & Murillo Jr., E.G. (2004). "Education in the New

                              Latino Diaspora: A Reflection on Polyvocality," Journal of Thought. Vol.

                              39, No. 1, pp. 83-102.

   

                Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (2003). "Indigenous Inscriptions: Reflective Notes on Educational Ethnographic

                              Writing from a Multicentric Postchicano Positionality," Educational Studies, vol. 34, no. 2, pp. 169-181.

 

              Murillo Jr., E.G. & Flores, S.Y. (2002). "Reform by Shame: Managing the Stigma of
                          Labels in High Stakes Testing," Educational Foundations, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 93-

                               108.

              Bartlett, L., Fredrick, M., Guldbrandsen, T., & Murillo, Jr., E.G. (2002) "The

                               Marketization of Education: Public Schools for Private Ends," Anthropology &

                               Education Quarterly, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 1-25.

              Murillo Jr., E.G., Flores, S.Y. and Martinez, C. (2002). "From the Editor's Desk",

                               Journal of  Latinos and Education, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 1-5. (Inaugural Volume and

                               Issue)              

              Flores, S. Y. and Murillo Jr., E. G. (Sept. 2001) “Power, Language and Ideology:

                               Historical  and Contemporary Notes on the Dismantling of Bilingual Education,”

                               SPECIAL ISSUE: Under Cultural Assault: Navigating Through California’s

                               Proposition 227. Urban Review, vol. 33, no. 3.

 

              Dowdy, J.K, Givens, G., Murillo Jr., E.G., Shenoy, D, & Villenas, S. (Sept-Oct 2000)

                               “Noises  in the Attic”: the Legacy of Academic Expectations.  International

                               Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, vol. 13, no. 5, pp. 429-446.

 

             Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1999). “Mojado Crossings along Neoliberal Borderlands,” 

                               Educational Foundations, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 7-30.

 

             Murillo Jr., Enrique G. (1997).  “Pedagogy of a Latin American Festival,” The Urban

                               Review, vol. 29, no. 4, pp. 263-281.

 

                           Curriculum Writing

              Adult English as a Second Language Curriculum: Submitted for, and accepted by the
              Irvine Foundation (May 1992).

              Adult Curriculum on Tobacco Abuse and Prevention:
              Submitted for, and accepted by California Department of Education. Co-Author
              with Francisco Ramirez (Feb. 1992).

                           Multimedia
             PUBLISHED AUTHORS VIDEO
             Process-video on professional publications, Ad-Hoc Committee to Update and
              Improve the M.A. Core Program, 2000

             NOISES IN THE ATTIC: CONVERSATIONS WITH OURSELVES
             Process-video on topic of graduate students of color in higher education. Copyright
             1997 by Diaspora Productions, in collaboration with Noises in the Attic working group
             and conversational circle (22 minutes)

             JORNADA EN SILER CITY
             Two 30-minute television programs on local North Carolina site, in collaboration with
              Optivisa, Fundacion Mexicano Americano, and TELEMUNDO. Multiple viewings on

                 More than 90 affiliate television stations.

             CRUCEROS Y CAMINOS.
             Documentary video on the lives of Latino Immigrants in Clinton, North Carolina. Based

              on oral history interviews collected by Enrique G. Murillo, Jr.. Copyright 1996 by

              Shane Nye,  in collaboration with the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke

              and Immaculate Conception  Catholic Church (17 minutes).

 

 

5.  Membership in Professional Associations

                            American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

                            American Educational Research Association (AERA)

                            American Anthropological Association (AAA)

                            National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR)

                           National Latino Education Network (NLEN)

                           American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE)

                            Association of Latino Faculty, Staff and Students (ALFSS)

                            The Latino Institute, Inc., New Jersey

                            National Latino\a Education Research Agenda Project (NLERAP)

                            National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS)

                            California Consortium for Critical Educators (CCCE)

                            Chicano Latino Intersegmental Convocation (CLIC)

                            California Council on Teacher Education (CCTE)

 

 

6. Service to the Profession (last 12 years)   

 

Editorial Board Member/National Advisory Boards

                            Anthropology and Education Quarterly (Council of Anthropology and Education)

                            The High School Journal (UNC-Chapel Hill)

                            The Initiative on Leadership, Culture, and Schooling (Miami University)

                            Journal of Hispanic Higher Education (SAGE Publications)

                            Educational Foundations Journal

                           EdFund - ECMC

                           American Educational Research Association (AERA)

                           Hispanic-Serving Institutions Center for Policy & Practice (HIS-CP2) Excelencia in Education

                            American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Executive Board

                            Handbook of Research in the Social Foundations of Education (Routledge)

                            Association of Mexican American Educators (AMAE) Journal

                           

              Present:

                                 American Educational Studies Association (AESA)

                            2011 AESA Program Committee

                            2010 AESA Executive Council

 

Present:

American Educational Research Association (AERA)

Division G Award Committee

 

Present:

CA State Parks Foundation

Honorary Committee, Hidden Stories Program

 

Present:

              Empowering Students

Advisory Board, The National Latino & American Indian Scholarship Directory

 

Present:

              CARITAS Telecommunications Corporation

Board, Catholic Diocese of San Bernardino

 

Present:

              National Association of Bilingual Education

Outstanding Dissertation Award Committee

Present:

              San Bernardino Community College District

Chancellor’s Hispanic Serving Institution Advisory Board

 

Present:

              OjoOido

Advisory Board Member

 

 Present:

              New Futuro

Regional Advisory Council

 

Present:

              LatinoGraduate.Net

Advisory Board, National Latino Standardized Scholarship E-Application

 

Present:

              Council of Mexican Federations (COFEM)

Parental Engagement Program

 

              Present:

                                 Founder and National Co-Coordinator

                            National Latino Education Network (NLEN)

                            Web portal for those sharing a common interest and commitment to educational

                            issues that impact Latinos. Online Features and Benefits include: An Archive /

                            Directory, a Resource Guide/Clearinghouse, an online and email Newsletter, E-

                            Mail Listserve, Programs and News, Conference/Summit event planning.

 

              Present:

                                 Proposal and Manuscript Reviewer

                            University of Arizona Books Press

                            American Educational Research Association (Div G and Hispanic Issues SIG)

                            Educational Foundations Journal

                            Anthropology and Education Quarterly

                            Oxford Press

                           The High School Journal

                            Houghton Mifflin Company

                            Routledge Books

                            The Urban Review Quarterly Journal

                            Urban Education, SAGE Publications

 

 

7. Presentations / Participation in Professional Growth Activities (last 12 years, not in sequentioal orde)

  February, 2010:

"The Color of Money: Maintaining the Pipeline of Diversity during a Tumultuous Economy", College of Education and EGO, Washington State University

Pullman, WA

 

March, 2010:

"Practitioners and Researchers Learning Together": A National Conference on the Mathematics Teaching and Learning of Latinas/os, CEMELA-TODOS-National Science Foundation

Tucson, AZ

 

March, 2010:

Inaugural Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

April, 2010:

American Educational Research Association

Denver, Colorado

 

May, 2010:

"Deconstructing Contemporary Post-Racial Discourses", 2010 CRSE 4th Annual Conference, Critical Race Studies in Education, University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

September, 2010:

"United in Support of Our Students in Trying Times", Unity Conference & Convocation, Chicano Latino School Boards Association and CA Chicano-Latino Intersegmental Convocation (CLIC)

Los Angeles, CA

 

November, 2010:

Capacity Building Workshop, The Center for Nonprofit Management, Southern CA Edison

San Bernardino, CA

 

January, 2011:

13th International Symposium on Social Communication, Centro de Linguistica Aplicada

Santiago de Cuba, Cuba

 

February, 2011:

"Research and It's Impact on Communities", Ethnic Studies Research Methods, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

March, 2011:

"Immigration & Transnationalism in the Education of Latinos," Latinos and Education Course, University of Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

 

March, 2011:

Annual American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education Conference

San Antonio, Texas

March, 2011:

2011 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

March, 2011:

Quality of Life Summit: Inland Empire Economic Partnership, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

April, 2011:

American Educational Research Association

New Orleans, Louisiana

 

April, 2011:

Language and Culture: Doctorate Faculty & Students Tour Cuba, College of Education Seminar Series, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

July, 2011:

2011 CALSA Summer Institute, California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators

Carlsbad, CA

 

September, 2011:

Education Nation Summit 2011, NBC News, Rockefeller Plaza

New York City, NY

 

October, 2011:

"International Higher Education Collaboration: Empowering Societies in an Era of Transformation", CONAHEC's 14th North American Higher Education Conference

Puebla, Mexico

 

October, 2011:

Southern CA PUENTE Regional Training, Mission Inn

Riverside, CA

 

October, 2011:

HACU 25th Annual Conference, Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities

San Antonio, TX

 

October, 2011:

Inaugural "Feria Educativa" College & Career Fair, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

November, 2011:

CALAS 2050: "The Future of Chicana/o Latina/o American Studies", USC Latino Forum

Los Angeles, CA

 

December, 2011:

Symposium on Socio-economic Status, Race, Student Achievement, and Schooling Practices: Why Congruence Matters, University of Redlands

Redlands, CA

 

January, 2012:

The University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education's "Race in the Academy" series

Philadelphia, PA

 

March, 2012

Ist Annual Future Educators Association of CA Conference: "Learning Today, Teaching Tomorrow"

Palm Springs, CA

 

March, 2012:

2012 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

April, 2012:

Symposium on Ethics of Education in Immigrant Contexts: "Examining the Educational Experiences for Immigrant Youth," CSULB

Long Beach, CA

 

April, 2012:

"Latino Los Angeles: New Insights in Urban History, the Arts and Education," Historical Society of Southern CA, Autry National Center of the American West

Los Angeles, CA

April, 2012:

American Educational Research Association

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

 

October, 2012:

HACU 26th Annual Conference, Hispanic Association of Colleges & Universities

Washington, DC

 

October, 2012:

American Educational Studies Association

Denver, Colorado

 

March, 2013:

2013 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

April, 2013:

National Higher Education Conversation on Immigration Reform, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

 

April, 2013:

American Educational Research Association

San Francisco, CA

 

May, 2013:

Scholars' Latino Initiative Leadership Summit on Latino Education in North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC

 

October, 2013:

The Institute for Equity, Effectiveness and Excellence at HSIs, "Creating a Community of Practitioners," USC

Los Angeles, CA

October, 2013:

Una Buena Educación "Feria Educativa" College & Career Fair, 2013 Annual Festival Cardenas

Fontana, CA

 

February, 2014:

College of Education Dean's Speakers Series, Florida International University

Miami, Florida

 

February, 2014:

8th Annual Black and Brown & College Bound Summit

Tampa Bay, Florida

 

March, 2014:

2014 Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit, CSUSB

San Bernardino, CA

               May 2010:

                 Annual Conference for the Critical Race Studies in Education Association

                 Salt Lake City, Utah

 

                 May 2010:

                 Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

                 Boulder, CO

 

                 March 2010:

                 Practitioners and Researchers Learning Together: A National Conference on the

                 Mathematics Teaching and Learning of Latinos/a

                 Tucson, AZ

 

               March 2010:

               Latino Education and Advocacy Day (LEAD)

               Inaugural Summit, CSUSB

 

                Feb 2010:

                Pipeline of Diversity: College of Education

               Washington State University, Pullman

 

                November 2009:

                Annual Conference for the American Educational Studies Association

                Pittsburgh, Penn

 

                October 2009:

                First Triennial Conference on Latino Education and

                Immigrant Integration

                University of Georgia, Athens

 

                October 2009:

                LAT-NET II Annual Conference on “Advancing Ideas for

                Government Excellence”

                Mexico, City, MX

   

                March 2009:

                2009 Education Summit sponsored by U.S. Congressman

                Joe Baca

                San Bernardino, CA

 

                 November 2008:

                 Annual Conference for the American Educational Studies Association

                Savannah, Georgia

 

                 April 2008:

                 State of Black and Brown Arkansas: The Challenges of Racial Diversity for the 21st

                 Century, University of Arkansas

                 Fayetteville, Arkansas

 

                 April 2008:

                 Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

                 New York City, NY

 

                 May 2008:

                Ethnic Studies Roundtable, CSUSB

                San Bernardino, California

 

                 February 2008:

                 National Summit on Hispanic Education

                 Dallas, Texas

 

                 November 2007:

                2007 Tenure Academy, Texas Tech University

                 Lubbock, Texas

 

                 April 2007:

                 Annual Conference for the American Educational Research Association

                 Chicago, Illinois

 

                 March 2007:

                Jones Discussion and Lecture Series, Texas Tech University

                Lubbock, Texas

 

                 April 2006:

                American Educational Research Association

                San Francisco, California

   

                 March 2006:

                National Latino Summit

                San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

                 November 2005:

                Wisdom in Education Conference (inaugural)

                CSUSB

 

                 April 2005:

                American Educational Research Association

                Montreal, Canada

 

                 March 2005:

                First International Globalization, Diversity & Education Conference

                 Washington State University, Pullman

 

                 February 2005:

                 6th Annual “Let’s Talk Race” Conference

                 Durham, NC

 

                 November 2004:

                American Educational Research Association

                Kansas City, MO

 

                 April 2004:

                 Panel at the Latin American Studies Roundtable

                 CSUSB

 

                 April, 2004:

                American Educational Research Association

                San Diego, CA

   

                 March 2004:

                California Association of Bilingual Education 

                San Jose, CA

 

                 January 2004:   

                 VI Congreso de las Américas de Lectura Y Escritura

                 Bi-Annual Meeting, Panama City, Panama

 

                 November 2003:

                American Educational Studies Association

                Mexico City, Mexico

   

                 March/April 2003:   

                American Educational Research Association

                Chicago, Illinois

 

                 March 2003:   

                Supporting Latino Achievement in North Carolina Public School Conference,

                Duke University, Durham, NC

 

                 January 2003:

                2003 Hawaii International Conference on Education, Sheraton Waikiki Hotel

                Honolulu, Hawaii

 

 

8. Most Recent Courses Taught and Examples of Instructional Strategies Used

              EDUC 722 “Advanced Qualitative Research Methods” CSUSB -Doctoral Studies

              EELB 612 “Social and Cultural Context of Learning,” CSUSB
              EDUC 607 (previously 663) “Introduction to Educational Research,” CSUSB
              EDUC 605 (previously 695) “Foundations of Education,” CSUSB

              EELB 313:  "Pedagogical Foundations for English Language Learners"

              EELB 321 “Culture and Schooling,”CSUSB
              EELB 455C “Supervised Intern Teaching in Multiple Subject,” CSUSB

     

* Strategies include Active Learning, Resource-Based Learning, Collaborative Learning,

Information Literacy, Self-Ethnography, Field-Based Learning, and Dialogic Learning.

 

*Exemplary student comments, SETE, and now SOTE scores indicate laudable teaching  

(statistical measures exceeding the COE average), as do the Classroom Visitations.

 

 

9. Service / Active Participation on Committees at All Levels of the University and the University System (last 12 years)

                            Teaching Programs:

              Fall 2006:

              Multiple-Subject Program Panel

(Duties: Conduct Low GPA Interviews, attend Admit Meeting, review Candidate Assessment Portfolios, and facilitate the Student Teacherr Portfolio Seminar)

 

              Spring 2006:

              Multiple-Subject Program Panel

              (Duties: Conduct Low GPA Interviews, attend Admit Meeting, review Candidate Assessment Portfolios, and facilitate the Student Teacher Portfolio Seminar)

             

              Spring 2005:

              Multiple-Subject Program Panel

              (Duties: Conduct Low GPA Interviews, attend Admit Meeting, review Candidate Assessment Portfolios, and facilitate the Student Teacher Portfolio Seminar)

 

              Winter 2004:

              Multiple-Subject Program Panel

              (Duties: Conduct Low GPA Interviews, attend Admit Meeting, review Candidate Assessment Portfolios, and facilitate the Student Teacher Portfolio Seminar)

 

              2004 - 2005 – 2006:

              Dispositions Committee

              (Duties: Conduct on-line search, contact scholars on the topic, modify

              rubrics, facilitate formal discussions, and prepare reports)

                           

              2002 – 2003:

              EELB 321 Course-Alike Committee

              (Duties: Agenda items have included a common syllabus, uniform text

              book selection, course content, course requirements and student evaluation

              issues)

 

              Spring 2003:

              Multiple-Subject Program Panel

              (Duties: Conduct Low GPA Interviews, attend Admit Meeting, review Candidate Assessment Portfolios, and facilitate the Student Teacher Portfolio Seminar)

             

              2002 - 2003:

              Bi-National Committee on International Student Teaching in

              Hermosillo, Mexico

              (Duties: Working visit with a COE delegation to meet with Exchange

              Program Officials and partake in finalization of the official M.O.U. 

              Subsequently charged with assisting in the screening and orientation of

              candidates. Most recently, I made a second working visit to Mexico to

              observe and interview our placements and program officials, and report

              back to the larger committee)

 

                            Graduate Programs:

              Present:

              M.A. Core Program Committee, also known as the COE Graduate

              Committee

              EDUC 605 “Course Manager”

              (Duties: Build on momentum developed by the Ad-Hoc Committee, and

              re-establish the COE M.A. Committee. Work on M.A. Core procedures,

              form the nucleus of a potential M.A. Core Program, manage the EDUC

              605 course, orient faculty, etc…)

 

              Doctoral Program Recruitment (Graduate Programs Level)

              Doctoral Admissions Committee (Graduate Programs Level)

               (Duties: Multiple Screenings, Letters of Recommendation, Normings, Interviews, and Meetings for Selection of Candidates for Doctoral

                 Program in Educational Leadership)

              2007 – 2008 – 2009:

              Doctoral Admissions Committee

              (Duties: Multiple Screenings, Letters of Recommendation, Normings,

              Interviews, and Meetings for Selection of Candidates for Doctoral

              Program in Educational Leadership)

 

              2007 – 2008:

              COE Research & Scholarship Symposium Planning Committee

              (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

              draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

              our COE student body)

 

              2005 – 2006:

              COE Research & Scholarship Symposium Planning Committee

              (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

              draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

              our COE student body)

 

              2004 – 2005:

              COE Research & Scholarship Symposium Planning Committee

              (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

              draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

              our COE student body)

 

              2003 – 2004:

              COE Research & Scholarship Symposium Planning Committee

              (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

              draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

              our COE student body)

             

              2002 – 2003:

              COE Research & Scholarship Symposium Planning Committee

              (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

              draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

              our COE student body)

 

                            Departmental:

             Present:

            COE Research and Scholarship Committee (Departmental Level)

             2008 – 2009:

              RPT Committee, Member

              (Duties: Review Files for Periodic Evaluations)

 

              2007 – 2008:

              Recruitment Committee, Member

              (Duties: Review files of Full-Time Lecturers and make

              recommendations for their reappointment)

 

              2005 – 2006:

              LLC Department Chair Review Committee, Co-Chair

              (Duties: Convene a committee and review the performance of Dept. Chair,

              including to apprise members of previous review, outline the procedures

              and timelines, and revise survey instruments, distribute survey, compile

              data, conduct Open Forums, and prepare a Report with recommendations

 

              2004 – 2005:

              Recruitment Committee, Member

              (Duties: Review files of Full-Time Lecturers and make

              recommendations for their reappointment)

             

              2003 – 2004:

              RPT Committee, Member

              (Duties: Review Files for Periodic Evaluations)

             

              2002 – 2003:

              LLC Department Chair Review Committee

              (Duties: Meet with committee and review the performance of Dept. Chair,

              including to apprise members of previous review, outline the procedures

              and timelines, and revise survey instruments, distribute survey, compile

              data, conduct an Open Forum, and prepare a Report with                                 

              recommendations)

             

                            College:

                     Present:

                            COE Graduate Research & Scholarship Symposium Committee

                            (Graduate Programs Level)

                            (Duties: Participate in initial planning and design for a COE Symposium,

                            draft proposal forms, and advertise and recruit potential presenters among

                            our COE student body.

                           

                    Present:

                            Wisdom in Education eJournal Editorial Advisory Board (College Level)

                            (Duties: Plan inaugural conference, including theme and potential

                            speakers) 

 

                     Present:

                            Conference for Innovative Education Advisory Committee (College Level)

                            (Duties: Plan inaugural conference, including theme and potential Speakers)

 

                      Present:

                            Hillside-CSUSB Governance Council (College Level)

           2004 – 2005:

              Methods Curriculum Committee for the UC/CSU Joint Ed.D. Program

              (Duties: Recommend a set of five methodology courses to be required of

              doctoral students, revise and finalize proposal)

 

              2005 – 2006 – 2007:

              Gifts Committee / Faculty Staff Campaign

              (Duties: Collaborate with soliciting committees, meet with potential

              donors, and campaign among faculty and staff)

 

              2005 – 2006:

              Wisdom in Education Conference Planning Committee

              (Duties: Plan inaugural conference, including theme and potential

              speakers)

 

                            University – Wide:

              Present:

              Organizing Committee, Latino Education and Advocacy Day

              L.E.A.D.

              (Duties: The objective of the LEAD summit is to promote a broad-based

              awareness of the crisis in Latino Education and to enhance the

              intellectual, cultural and personal development of our community's

              educators, administrators, leaders and students.)

              Present:

              Paperless Committee (University-wide Level)

               (Duties: Project plan to reduce and eliminate paper on-campus)

             

              2008 – 2009:

              Ethnic Studies Coordinating Committee

              (Duties: Conduct a goals-assessment plan and define the future of the

              program, including revising the power-point presentation and website, and

              planning the annual Ethnic Studies Roundtable event)

             

              2003 – 2004:

              Annual Student Research Competition Committee

              (Duties: Judge undergraduate student research and evaluate presentations)

 

              2002 – 2003:

              Annual Student Research Competition Committee

              (Duties: Judge undergraduate student research and evaluate presentations)  

 

                           CSU System-Wide:

 October, 2010:

Attendee, White House (System-wide Level)

(White House East Room - Witness President Barack Obama sign Executive Order)

 

May, 2012:

Attendee, White House (System-wide Level)

(Rose Garden – Convene with President Barack Obama and national leaders in Latino Education)

 

September, 2012:

Reception/Welcome Committee (System-wide Level)

(CIELO & Community Welcome for incoming CSUSB President Tomas Morales)