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NAME:                        Erin Conley Heil


EDUCATION:                   Ph.D., Criminal Justice, University of Illinois at Chicago,
                             Chicago, IL, 2008

                             M.A., Sociology, Southern Illinois University
                             Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL 2002

                             B.S., Psychology, Southern Illinois University
                             Edwardsville, Edwardsville, IL 1999


ACADEMIC POSITIONS:          Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Studies, Southern
                             Illinois University Edwardsville, 2008-present

                             Instructor of Criminal Justice Studies, City Colleges of
                             Chicago, Harold Washington, 2006-2007

                             Part-time Instructor, Department of Sociology, Southern
                             Illinois University Edwardsville, 2002-2004

                             Part-time Instructor, Department of Sociology, Lewis and
                             Clark Community College, 2002-2004


COURSES TAUGHT:       Fall 2010
                      Criminal Justice 206 Principles of Criminal Law: 61 Students
                      Criminal Justice 366 Race, Class, and Crime: 50 Students
                      Criminal Justice 390: Special Topics: 49 Students
                      Criminal Justice 396: Independent Study: 1 Student

                      Summer 2010
                      Criminal Justice 206: Principles of Criminal Law: 6 Students
                      Criminal Justice 366: Race, Gender and Crime: 12 Students

                      Spring 2010
                      Criminal Justice/Sociology 272: Criminology: 77 Students
                      Criminal Justice 366-001: Race, Gender and Crime: 43 Students
                      Criminal Justice 366-002: Race, Gender, and Crime: 32 Students
                      Criminal Justice 396: Independent Study: 3 Students
                Fall 2009
                Criminal Justice 206-001: Principles of Criminal Law: 55 Students
                Criminal Justice 206-002: Principles of Criminal Law: 27 Students
                Criminal Justice 366-001: Race, Gender, and Crime: 37 Students

                Summer 2009
                Criminal Justice 206: Principles of Criminal Law: 13 Students
                Criminal Justice 366: Race, Gender, and Crime: 11 Students

                Spring 2009
                Criminal Justice/Sociology 201-001: Introduction to Criminal
                Justice: 45 Students
                Criminal Justice/Sociology 201-002: Introduction to Criminal
                Justice: 52 Students
                Criminal Justice 206: Principles of Criminal Law: 55 Students

                Fall 2008
                Criminal Justice 366: Race, Gender, and Crime: 21 Students
                Criminal Justice 206: Law and Procedure: 53 Students


PUBLICATIONS:   Oberweis, Trish and Erin Heil “What Are We Assessing? Program
                Goals Assessment and Senior Assignment Projects in Criminal
                Justice” ACJS Assessment Forum, 2010 pp. 1-18

                Heil, Erin “The Brazilian Landless Movement, Resistance, and
                Violence” Critical Criminology Vol. 18 (2), 2010 pp. 77-93

                Pettrocelli, Matt, Erin Heil, and Trish Oberweis “Power, Politics
                and Pedagogy: Teaching about Law as a Structure of Inequality”
                The Journal of the Illinois Council for the Social Studies Vol. 70
                (2), 2009 pp. 24-38

                Chapter: Revolution and Reaction: An Analysis of Economic
                Inequality, Land Distribution, and Violence in the Brazilian
                Countryside in Brazil: Economics, Social Issues, and Energy
                Status: Publication in progress

                Under Review: Heil, Erin “Healing Broken Backs: Reducing the
                Victimization of Migrant Workers in Southwestern Florida”
                Contemporary Justice Review

                Under Review: Heil, Erin “Policing the Fields: Negotiating
                Immigration Law in Immokalee, Florida” Police Practice and
                Research
CONFERENCES
ATTENDED:           Paper Presentation: “Powerless Resistance: A Discussion of
                    Power, Violence, Resistance, and the Brazilian Landless
                    Movement” American Society of Criminology Conference- St.
                    Louis, MO, 2008

                    Paper Presentation: “Healing Broken Backs: Reducing the
                    Victimization of Migrant Workers in Southwestern Florida” American
                    Society of Criminology Conference- Philadelphia, PA, 2009

                    Paper Presentation: “Policing the Fields: Negotiating Immigration Law
                    in Immokalee, Florida” American Society of Criminology
                    Conference- San Francisco, CA, 2010


UNPUBLISHED
WRITING:            “The Brazilian Landless Movement: Resistance in a Decentralized
                    State” submitted in 2008 to Latin American Perspectives.

                    Manuscript: Beyond Borders: A Study of Modern Day Slavery in
                    Florida Intent to publish subject to external review with First
                    Forum Press a division of Lynne Reinner Publishers. Status:
                    Currently writing with manuscript draft due June 1, 2011



GRANTS:             “Policing the Fields: Negotiating Immigration Law in Migrant
                    Farm Laboring Communities” NSF Proposal submitted in January,
                    2010. External Grant Not Funded

                    “Sexual Exploitation in Midwest America: An Evaluation of
                    Trafficking Demand Reduction Programs and Victim Support
                    Programs” NIJ Proposal submitted in May, 2010. External Grant
                    Not Funded

                    “Sexual Exploitation in Midwest America: An Evaluation of
                    Trafficking Demand Reduction Programs and Victim Support
                    Programs” STEP Grant Application- Internal SIUE Grant 2010.
                    Status. Not Funded



UNIVERSITY
SERVICE:      Fall 2010
              Departmental
       Criminal Justice Club Advisor
       Criminal Justice Library Liaison
       SIUE Preview Day
College
       CAS Pre-Law Minor Roundtable
       Anti-Bullying and Intimidation Task Force
University
       Call for Help Sexual Assault Crisis Trainer through Kimmel
       Leadership
       Sexual Assault Awareness Task Force

Spring 2010
Departmental
       Criminal Justice Club Advisor
       Women’s History Month Presentation Bodies for Sale: Gender
       Victimization and Human Trafficking in the United States
       Promotion and Tenure Ad-Hoc Committee
       Free-Cycle Event Sponsored by Women’s Studies
University
       Sexual Assault Awareness Task Force

Fall 2009
Departmental
       SIUE Preview Day
        Criminal Justice Club Advisor
       Promotion and Tenure Ad-Hoc Committee
University
       Faculty Senate Substitute
       Call for Help Sexual Assault Crisis Trainer through Kimmel
       Leadership

Summer 2009
University/Departmental
       Criminal Justice Senior Assignment Assessment

Spring 2009
Departmental
       Graduate Assistantship and Admission Committee
       Women’s History Month Presentation Do Women Ejaculate: FAQ
       About Women’s Sexuality
University
       Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Fall 2008
Departmental
       SIUE Preview Day
                    University
                           Crisis training through Kimmel Leadership as faculty advisor for
                           sexual assault student advocates


PUBLIC SERVICE: National- Discipline Related
                       Academic Advisory Board for Weapons of Mass Destruction and
                       Terrorism- McGraw Hill Contemporary Learning Series
                       Interviewed by Bill Cornell for the Fort Meyers Florida Weekly
                Local- Non-Discipline Related
                       Pitbull Awareness Day


PROFESSIONAL
MEMBERSHIP:         American Society of Criminology

				
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