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									                                     Curriculum Vitae

                                       Candice Hill
                                  6 Greenwood Circle Apt D
                                 Warrensburg, Missouri 64093
                                        816-588-7849
                                     clh22100@ucmo.edu

EDUCATION
                                                                                December 2008
 Bachelor of Science in Sociology
 Minor in Psychology
 University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri

HONORS AND AWARDS
McNair Scholar, University of Central Missouri                                  2007-2008
 Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program
McNair Intern, McNair Summer Research Institute                                 May-Aug 2008
Dean’s List                                                                     2007-2008
Psychology Club                                                                 2007-present
Sociology Club, Secretary                                                       2007-present
Volunteer Services with Central Village Childcare Center                        July 2007
Sisters of Ujima Scholarship                                                    Aug 2008
1st place Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference                          Nov 2008
 Empirical Oral Presentation
Evaluation Judge Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference                   Nov 2008

MEMBERSHIP
Alpha Kappa Delta                                                              March 2009

RELEVANT COURSEWORK
 Social Survey Research, Capstone Seminar in Sociology, Social Psychology,
 Multi-Cultural Psychology, Adolescent Psychology,
 Child Psychology, Interpersonal Communications,
 Special projects in Sociology: conducting research with Dr. Kamel Ghozzi.

PUBLICATIONS                                                                    Oct 2008
Hill, C., & Kreiner, D.S. (2008).“The Relevance of Change Blindness
        in the Visual Perception of a Crime.” The McNair Journal [abstract].
 Faculty Mentor: Dr. David Kreiner

PAPERS IN PREPARATION                                                           2008-present
“The Effects of Media Violence and its Negative Impact on Society.”
 Special projects in Sociology
 Faculty Research Mentor: Dr. Kamel Ghozzi
PRESENTATIONS
Hill, C., & Kreiner, D.S. (2008, September).“The Relevance of Change Blindness in the Visual
       Perception of a Crime.” Paper presented at the Heartland McNair Conference, Kansas
       City, Mo.



CONFERENCES ATTENDED
 Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference                                 Nov. 2008
  Maryville, Missouri
 Southern Regional Education Board Conference                                 Oct. 2008
  Institute on Teaching and Mentoring, Tampa, Florida
 McNair Scholars Symposium                                                    Sep. 2008
  University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri
 Heartland McNair Research Conference                                         Sep. 2008
  Kansas City, Missouri
 Missouri Undergraduate Psychology Conference                                 Nov. 2007
   Maryville, Missouri

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
 Tutoring through Office of Accessibility Services                            2007- 2008
  Introduction to Psychology
  University of Central Missouri
  Warrensburg, Missouri


VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE
 President’s Commission on Sustainability                                   Oct 2008-present
  University of Central Missouri Going Green Project
  Warrensburg, Missouri

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE                                                    June 2008-present
 Greenwood Park Apartment Manager
 University of Central Missouri
 Duties include resolving residents’ disputes,
 assisting residents when lock-outs occur,
 responding to emergency situations, on-call duty dates and weekends,
 checking mail, providing check-in and check outs,
 hosting community functions, providing community awareness.

 Office of Accessibility Services                                            June 2007- 2008
 University of Central Missouri
 Duties include administering tests for classes, tutoring students,
 delivering completed tests to faculty, transferring textbooks to audio format,
 carrying books for disabled students,
 typing papers for visually impaired students.
REFERENCES
Dr. David S. Kreiner, Professor of Psychology, Lov 1204, University of Central Missouri,
Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093, Tel: 660-543-8076, e-mail: kreiner@ucmo.edu

Dr. Kim Stark-Wroblewski, Associate Professor of Psychology, Lov 1141, University of
Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093, Tel: 660-543-4982, e-mail: stark@ucmo.edu

Mrs. Barbara A. Wales, Professor/Library Services, Public Services, Lib 2454, University of
Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093, Tel: 660-543-4797, e-mail: wales@ucmo.edu

Dr. Kari Azevedo, Academic Coordinator, McNair Scholars Program, Academic Enrichment,
Hum 127, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093, Tel: 660-543-4394, e-
mail: kazevedo@ucmo.edu  

Dr. Barbara Mayfield, Director of Accessibility Services, Accessibility Services, Un 222,
University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, Missouri, 64093, Tel: 660-543-4421, e-mail:
mayfield@ucmo.edu

								
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