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									                               David W. Wright, Ph.D.
                                  Professor of Sociology,
        Assistant Vice President for Strategic Planning and Business Intelligence,
       Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Research


Wichita State University                                       2818 N. Meadow Oaks Ct.
Department of Sociology, Box 25                                Wichita, KS 67220
Lindquist Hall room 411                                        (316) 686-4748
1845 Fairmount
Wichita, KS 67260-0025
(316) 978-7157
david.wright@wichita.edu


Education:
   Ph.D., Sociology, Purdue University, 1992.
         o "Class, Gender and Income: A Structural Feminist-Marxist Analysis of Income
           Determination and the Income Gap,” Dissertation thesis.
   M.S., Sociology, Purdue University, 1989.
         o "Interactive Effects of Class and Industrial Sector on Income Determination,"
           Master's thesis.
   B.A., Sociology, Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, 1987.


Research Interest:
    Class Analysis
    Income Inequality
    Occupation/Industry Employment
    Political Economy & Marxism
    Industrial Sociology and Sociology of Work


Publications:
       Barnason, Sue, Elaine Steinke, Victoria Mosack and David W. Wright. Forthcoming.
              “Comparison of Cardiac Rehabilitation and Acute Care Nurses‟ Perceptions of
              Providing Sexual Counseling for Cardiac Patients”, Journal of Cardiopulmonary
              Rehabilitation and Prevention.

       Rowley, Rochelle and David W Wright. Forthcoming. “No White Child Left Behind:
             The Academic Achievement Gap Between Black and White Students”, The
             Journal of Negro Education.

       Steinke, Elaine, Victoria Mosack, Sue Barnason and David W. Wright. Forthcoming.
              “Progress in Sexual Counseling of Cardiac Nurses, 1994 to 2009”, Heart and
              Lung.
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       Medina, Mary, Cynthia Walker, Elaine Steinke, David W Wright, Victoria Mosack and
             Mahammad Farhoud. 2009. “Sexual Concerns and Sexual Counseling in Heart
             Failure”, Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing 24(4):141-148.

       Fast, Yvonne, Elaine Steinke, and David W. Wright. 2009. "Effects of Attending Phase II
              Cardiac Rehabilitation on Patient vs. Partner (proxy) Quality of Life Perceptions",
              Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation and Prevention 29:115-120.

       Hertzog, Jodie, David W. Wright and Debra Beat. 2009. "There's a Policy for That: A
              Comparison of the Organizational Culture of Workplaces Reporting Incidents of
              Sexual Harassment", Behavioral and Social Issue 17(2):169-181.

       Steinke, Elaine, Victoria Mosack, David W. Wright, Misook Chung, and Debra Moser.
              2009. "Risk Factors as Predictors of Sexual Activity in Heart Failure",
              Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing 28(3):123:129.

       Wright, David W. and Twyla Hill. 2009. “Prescription for Trouble: Medicare Part D and
              Patterns of Computer and Internet Access Among the Elderly”, Journal of Aging
              and Social Policy 21(2):172-186.

       Koeber, Charles and David W. Wright. 2008. "On the Outside Teaching In: Using
             Internet Videoconferencing to Instruct an Introductory Sociology Course from a
             Remote Location", Teaching Sociology 36:331-344.

       Steinke, Elaine, Victoria Mosack, David W. Wright, Misook Chung and Debra Moser.
              2008. “Predictors of Sexual Activity Among Patients Living with Heart Failure”,
              Circulation 117(11):218.

       Steinke, Elaine, David W. Wright, Misook I Chung and Debra Moser. 2008. “Sexual
              Self-Concept, Anxiety, and Self-Efficacy Predict Sexual Activity in Heart Failure
              and Health Elders”, Heart & Lung V37(5):323-333.

       Koeber, Chuck and David W. Wright. 2006. “Gender Differences in the Re-employment
             Status of Displaced Workers: Human Capital as Signals that Mitigate Effects of
             Bias”, Journal of Socio-Economics 35(5):780-796.

       Steinke, Elaine, David W. Wright and Debra Moser. 2006. “Sexual Self Concept,
              Anxiety, and Self-Efficacy Predict Sexual Activity in Heart Failure and Healthy
              Elders”, Circulation 114(18)703.

       Steinke, Elaine and David W. Wright. 2006. “The Role of Sexual Satisfaction, Age, and
              Cardiac Risk Factors in the Reduction of Post-MI Anxiety”, European Journal of
              Cardiovascular Nursing 5:190-196.
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       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2006. “Explaining Variations in Family Friendly
            Workplace Benefits: Union versus Nonunion Employer Organizations”, Journal
            of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences 10:10-20.

       Koeber, Charles and David W. Wright. 2003. “Losing a Job and Gaining Half of
             Another: The Full to Part-time Mobility of Displaced Workers”, Humanity and
             Society 26(4): 312-335.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2003. “Family Friendly Workplace Benefits: The
            U.S., Canada and Europe”, Critical Sociology 29(3):337-367.

       Koeber, Charles and David W. Wright. 2001. “‟W/Age Bias‟ in Worker Displacement:
             How Industrial Structure Shapes the Job Loss and Earnings Decline of Older
             American Workers”, Journal of Socio-Economics 30(3):343-352.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2000. “The Family Friendly Workplace: Do Unions
            Matter?” Journal of the Academy of the Social Sciences 4:85-95.

       Wright, David W., and Earl Wysong. 1999. “Family-Friendly Workplace Benefits: Policy
              Mirage, Organizational Contexts, and Worker Power”, Critical Sociology
              24(3):244-276.

       Wright, David W., and Robert Young. 1998. "The Effects of Family Structure and
              Maternal Employment on the Development of Gender Roles Among Men and
              Women", Journal of Family Issues 19(3):300-314.

       Gottfried, Heidi and David W. Wright, 1996. "Income Inequality," in Women and Work:
               A Handbook, edited by Paula Dubeck and Kathryn Borman. New York: Garland
               Publishers.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 1995. “A Decade of DARE: Efficacy, Politics and
            Drug Education,” Sociological Focus 28(3):283-311.

       Wysong, Earl, Richard Aniskiewicz and David W. Wright. 1994. "Truth and Dare:
            Tracking Drug Education to Graduation," Social Problems 41(3):448-472.

       Wright, David W., and Heidi Gottfried. 1993. Review of Black Women and White
              Women in the Professions, by Natalie Sokoloff, and Black Women in the
              Workplace: Impacts of Structural Change in the Economy, by Bette Woody,
              Contemporary Sociology 22(5):727-728.

       Wright, David W., and Heidi Gottfried. 1991. "Gender and Income Inequality," in The
              State of American Society, edited by Suzanne Steinmetz. Indiana: Family
              Research Institute.
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       Wright, David W. 1988. Review of The Decline of Organized Labor in the United States,
              by Michael Goldfield, The Review of Radical Political Economics 20(1):121-123.

Reprints:
      Wysong, Earl, Richard Aniskiewicz and David W. Wright. 1994. "Truth and Dare:
           Tracking Drug Education to Graduation," Social Problems 41(3):448-472. Reprint
           in How It‟s Done: An Invitation to Social Research, 3rd edition, edited by Emily
           Stier and Roger Clark, Wadsworth-Thompson.

       Wysong, Earl, Richard Aniskiewicz and David W. Wright. 1994. "Truth and Dare:
            Tracking Drug Education to Graduation," Social Problems 41(3):448-472. Reprint
            in Drugs, Alcohol, and Social Problems, edited by James Orcutt and David Ruby,
            Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

       Wysong, Earl, Richard Aniskiewicz and David W. Wright. 1994. "Truth and Dare:
            Tracking Drug Education to Graduation," Social Problems 41(3):448-472. Reprint
            in Investigating the Social World by Russell Schutt, Pine Forge Press.


Manuscripts Under Review:
     “Is Social Mobility a Social Problem?: Recent Intergenerational Mobility Trends, the
             American Dream, and the Media,” Earl Wysong and David W. Wright,
             (Sociological Focus).

      “What‟s Happening to the American Dream?: Sons, Daughters, and Intergenerational
              Mobility Today”, David W. Wright and Earl Wysong, (The Sociological
              Quarterly)
Current Research Projects (work in progress):
      “Development of Occupational Skill Indexes and Their Impact on Income Determination
              and Workplace Discrimination” (work in progress).
      “Household Division of Labor and its Effects on Employment and Income" (work in
              progress).
      “Inter-generational Mobility of Father‟s SES on Sons and Daughters” (work in progress).


Grants and Related Contract Work Funded:
      Regional Institute on Aging, Wichita State University. "A Social Cognitive Sexual
            Counseling Intervention After Myocardial Infraction ", Elaine Steinke, Victoria
            Mosack, Jodie Hertzog and David Wright, 2008.

       Wichita State University and Creative Activity Research Grant. “Sexual Counseling of
              Myocardial Patients by Cardiac Nurses”, Elaine Steinke, Victoria Mosack and
              David Wright, 2008.

       The PEW Research Center, Washington, D.C. “Local Employment Migration Patterns
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               and Their Effects on Income Inequality”, with Steve Rose, 2007.

       Center for Economic Development and Business Research, Wichita, KS. “Estimating
              Separation Rates USD 259”, 2007.

       Kansas Head Start. KS. "Health Literacy for Parents of Young Children", 2007.

       Third Way: A Strategy Center for Progressives. Washington, D.C. Social Stratification in
              the United States: The New American Profile Poster, Stephen Rose [author],
              2007.

       National Rural Health Association, Kansas City, MO. “Final Research Report: Influence
              of the Community Health Center of Southwest Kansas on Mt. Carmel Regional
              Medical Center ED Visits/Costs,” Betty Smith-Campbell, David W. Wright, and
              Michael E Samuels, 2007.

       National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Washington, .D.C. "Measuring
              Up 2006: The National Report Card on Higher Education, and Measuring Up
              2006: The State Report Card on Higher Education", 2006.

       National Rural Health Association, Kansas City, MO. "Consequences of the Uninsured:
              Hospital and Community Health Center Costs", Betty Smith-Campbell and David
              W. Wright.

       Center of Economic Development and Business Research, Wichita, KS, “Occupational
              Separation Rates by Age Cohorts from 1997 to 2006 from the Current Population
              Surveys,” 2006.

       Bureau of Labor Statistics, Washington, D.C. “Trends in Educational Degree Credentials
             Across Occupational Groups”, 2006.

       Healthy Options for Planeview (HOP), Physician Assistant Department, Wichita State
              University, 2006.

       National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Washington, D.C. "Measuring
              Up 2004: The National Report Card on Higher Education", 2004.

       Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. “Identifying Occupational/Industrial Matrixes to
             Create a Unified Functional/Locational Coding Schema for Employment Growth
             Patterns”, 2004.

       LSI Logic Corporation, Wichita, KS “Engenio Performance Evaluation Survey for NCR
             Customer Advocate Storage Solutions”, 2004.

       Kansas Health Foundation, Wichita. KS. “Take a Second, Make a Difference, Goes to
             School,” 2003.
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       Sedgwick County Health Department, Wichita, KS . Healthy Babies, Inc., 2003.

       National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Washington, D.C. "Measuring
              Up 2002: The National Report Card on Higher Education", 2002.

       Department of Labor, Washington, D.C. “Aligning the 2000 and 1990 Census
             Occupational and Industrial 4-digit Classification Code Assignments”, 2002.

       Center for Economic Development and Business Research, Wichita, KS. “Montgomery
              County Employment Needs Assessment”, 2001.

       National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, Washington, D.C. “The
              Economic Cost of Discrimination: Earnings and Tax Revenue Losses by
              Race/ethnicity, Education and State”, 2000.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. “Expanding the Office Economy:
              State-level Analysis of the Office Economy Model”, 2000.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. "Crossing the Great Divide: Can
              We Achieve Equity When Generation Y Goes to College", Anthony P. Carnevale
              and Richard A. Fry, 2000.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. “The Office Economy Project:
              1999 Update”, 1999.


       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. “Hispanic Employment in Growth
              Industries,” 1999.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. "Minority Participation in Higher
              Education to 2015: Results from Detailed College Enrollment Projections by
              State", Anthony Carnevale and Richard Fry, 1998.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. "Work Habits of Single Women
              on Welfare", Donna Desroch, 1998

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. "Education for What: The New
              Office Economy", Anthony Carnevale and Stephen Rose, 1997.

       Educational Testing Service (ETS), Washington, D.C. “The Misunderstood Service
              Economy and its Impact on Educational Needs,” 1997.

       Department of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Washington, D.C.
             "Consumption Patterns of Middle and Low Income Americans: Evidence from
             the Consumer Expenditure Survey,” David Fasenfest and David W. Wright, 1996.
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       National Commission for Employment Policy, Department of Labor, Washington, D.C.
              "Jobs in the United States in 2005: A Decomposition of U.S. Bureau of Labor
              Statistics Occupational and Industrial Employment Projections,” David Fasenfest
              and David W. Wright, 1996.

       W.E.Upjohn Foundation for Employment Research, Kalamazoo, MI. "Industry Staffing
            Patterns in the United States, 1989”, authors Stephen Rose and David Fasenfest,
            1996.

       National Commission for Employment Policy, Department of Labor, Washington, D.C.
              "An Inquiry into Geographical Patterns of Employment Restructuring and Local
              Community Responses”, author David Fasenfest, 1994.

       Kokomo Center Schools System, Kokomo, IN. “Tracking DARE from 1987 to 1994:
            Final Evaluation Report on the Impact of DARE Upon Drug Use Rates and
            Attitudes Among KHS Seniors”, Earl Wysong and David W. Wright, 1994.

Professional Papers:
       Li, Su and David W. Wright. 2009. “Gendered Job Opportunities and Women‟s Lead in
               College Attendance”. Paper presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest
               Sociological Society (MSS), Des Moines, IA.

       Smith-Campbell, Betty, David W. Wright, K. Anderson and K. Postai. 2009. “Assessing
             the impact of a, rural Federally Qualified Health Center‟s, dental intervention
             program in southeast Kansas”, Kansas Public Health Association, Annual
             Meeting, Wichita, KS.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2008. "Recent Inequality Trends: The End of the
            Middle Class?". Paper presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Indiana
            Academy of the Social Sciences, New Albany, IN.

       Smith-Campbell, Betty, and David W. Wright. 2008. “Determining the community
             affects of a rural Federally Qualified Health Center new intervention program on
             Ambulatory Care Sensitive ED visits and charges”, Annual APHA Meeting in
             San Diego, CA.

       Smith-Campbell, Betty, David W. Wright, and Michael E. Samuels. 2008. "Assessing
             preventable ED use through a collaborative FQHC, hospital and University,
             research project in a rural Midwestern community". Paper presentation at the
             National Association of Community Health Centers Institute, New Orleans, LA.

       Smith-Campbell, Betty and David W. Wright. 2008. "Evaluating the Community Affects
             of a Rural Community Health Center on Ambulatory Care Sensitive ED Visits
             and Charges". Paper presentation at the Kansas Nursing Research Exchange,
             Topeka, KS.
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       Pickard, Ruth, David W. Wright, Mary Baskett, Robin Gingerich, and Carolyn Weinhold.
              2008. “Testing Models for Reducing „Just in Case‟ Decisions by Low Literacy
              Parents”. Paper presentation at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public
              Health Association (APHA), San Diego, CA.

       Mosack, Victoria, Cynthia Walker, Mary Medina, David W. Wright, Hussam Farhoud,
             Debra Moser, and Elaine Steinke. 2008. “Depression Adversely Affects Sexual
             Satisfaction and Sexual Activity in Heart Failure”. Paper presentation at the
             American Heart Association Annual Meeting in New Orleans, LA.

       Medina, Mary, Cynthia Walker, Elaine Stienke, Victoria Mosack, David W. Wright, and
             Hussam Farhoud. 2008. "Sexual Concerns and Sexual Counseling in Heart
             Failure". Paper presentation at Kansas Nursing Research Exchange, Topeka, KS.

       Stienke, Elaine and David W. Wright. 2008. "Predictors of Sexual Activity Among
              Patients Living with Heart Failure". Paper presentation at the 48th Cardiovascular
              Disease Epidemiology and Prevention, Joint Conference, Colorado Spring, CO.

       Hill, Twyla and David W. Wright. 2008. "The Senior Cyber Squad: Patterns of Internet
              Usage Among the Elderly". Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological
              Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO

       Simon, Dana and David W. Wright. 2008. "In the Case of Jane v John: The Gender Pay-
              gap in Government Professions". Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological
              Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2008. "Income Inequality, Class War, and the
            Fading American Dream, 1976-2006". Paper presentation at the Midwest
            Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St. Louis MO.

       Hertzog, Jodie, Tisha Whitehead and David W. Wright. 2008. "Educational Risk and
              Protective Factors within Single Parent Households". Paper presentation at the
              Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO.

       Vermillion, Mark and David W. Wright. 2008. "Recreational Sport Participation and
              Time Use: Gender Differences". Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological
              Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO.

       Armour, Elizabeth, Charles S. Koeber and David W. Wright. 2008. "Self-Service: How
             Organizations Become More Flexible by 'Outsourcing' Work to Unpaid
             Consumers". Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS)
             Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO.
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       Smith-Campbell, Betty, David W. Wright and M.E. Samuels. 2007. “Determining the
             community effects of a rural Federally Qualified Health Center: Hospital ED
             visits/charges by uninsured and Medicaid individuals”, National Association of
             Rural Health Annual convention, Anchorage, AK

       Steinke, Elaine, David W. Wright, Misook L. Chung, and Debra K. Moser. 2007. “Sexual
              Self-Concept, Anxiety, and Self-Efficacy Predict Sexual Activity in Heart Failure
              and Health Elders”. Paper presentation at the American Heart Association
              Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.

       Wright, David W. and Rosemary Yeilding. 2007. “Where is Mr.Clean? Household
              Division of Labor and the Pay Gap Between Men and Women”. Paper
              presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in
              Chicago, IL.

       Wright, David W. and Earl Wysong. 2007. “What‟s Happening to the American Dream?:
              Sons, Daughters, and Intergenerational Mobility Today”. Paper presentation at the
              Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2007. “Explaining Variations in Family Friendly
            Workplace Benefits: Union versus Nonunion Employer Organizations”. Paper
            presentation at the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences Annual Meeting in
            Gary, IN.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2006. “Is Social Mobility a Social Problem?: Recent
            Intergenerational Mobility Trends, the American Dream, and the Media”. Paper
            presentation at the North Central Sociological Association (NCSA) Annual
            Meeting in Indianapolis, IN.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2006. “Family Friendly Workplace Benefits in
            Union and Nonunion Organizations”. Paper presentation at the Indiana Academy
            of the Social Sciences Annual Meeting in Gary, IN.

       Steinke, Elaine and David W. Wright. 2006. “Comparison of Response Patterns for
              Sexual Knowledge Post-MI Using a „Don‟t know‟ Option”. Paper presentation at
              the 17th International Nursing Research Congress Focusing on Evidence-Based
              Practice in Montreal, Canada.

       Pickard, Ruth, Lourdes Vazquez and David W. Wright. 2006. “Moving From Charitable
              Care to Community Investment: An Oral Health Partnerships Serving Immigrant
              Populations”. Paper presentation at the American Public Health Association
              Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
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       Pickard, Ruth, David W. Wright, Pradeep Atla, Giao Phan, Vinay Madur, and Doreen
              Ondieki. 2006. “Health Disparities Between Immigrant and Native Dwellers in a
              Low-Income Neighborhood: It‟s Not All About Money”. Paper presentation at
              the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

       Wright, David W., and Twyla Hill. 2006. “Older Adults, Computers and the Internet”.
              Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in
              Omaha, NE.

       Wright, David W., and Charles Koeber. 2006. “The Occupational Mobility of Displaced
              Workers: Evidence from the 2004 Displaced Worker Survey,”. Paper
              presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in
              Omaha, NE.

       Pickard, Ruth and David W. Wright. 2005. “Five Years in Waiting: Health Care for
              Immigrants”. Paper presentation at the Society for Applied Sociology and the
              Sociological Practice Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA.

       Hertzog, Jodie, David W. Wright and Debra Beat. 2005. “We have a Policy for that:
              Organizational Dynamics and Sexual Harassment Policies”. Paper presentation at
              the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN.

       Hawley, Donna, Martha Shawver and David W. Wright. 2005. “A New Examination of
             the „Freshmen Seminar‟ at an Urban University: Persistence of Participants and
             Matched Controls”. Paper presentation at the Association of Institutional
             Research Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA.

       Steinke, Elaine and David W. Wright. 2005. “The Role of Sexual Satisfaction in the
              Reduction of Post-MI”. Paper presentation at the 16th Annual International
              Nursing Research Congress Annual Meeting in Waikoloa Village, HI.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2004. “Sweatshops Today: Exploitation or
            Opportunity?: Marxism versus Capitalism”. Paper presentation at the Midwest
            Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Kansas City, MO.

       Wright, David W. 2004. "Removing Barriers to Program Assessment through the use of
              Institutional Data". Regents Assessment Conference, Fort Hays State University,
              KS.

       Perrucci, Robert, Earl Wysong and David W. Wright. 2002. “A New Approach to Class
              Analysis: The Distributional Model, Social Closure, and Class Polarization”.
              Paper Presentation at the American Sociological Association (ASA) Annual
              Meeting in Chicago, IL.
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       Wright, David W., and Jennifer Green. 2002. “Marriage: An Option or Obligation? An
              Alternative Perspective on the Marriage Premium”. Paper presentation at the
              Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting, Kansas City, MO.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 2001. "The Best of Times, Worst of Times:
            Variations in Family-Friendly Workplace Benefits". Paper presentation at the
            Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in St.Louis, MO.

       Wright, David W., and Earl Wysong. 2000. “The Family Friendly Workplace: Do
              Unions Matter?”. Paper Presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS)
              Annual Meeting in St. Louis, MO.

       Wright, David W. 1999. “Reconceptualizing Inequality through Alternative Occupational
              Categorizations”. Paper presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society (MSS)
              Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN.

       Wright, David W. 1998. “Poverty Counts: Differing Estimates of the Poor and Their
              Impact on Assessing Welfare Reform”. Paper presentation at the Midwest
              Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Kansas City, MO.

       Wright, David W., and Earl Wysong. 1998. “Family-Friendly Workplace Benefits: Policy
              Mirage, Organizational Context, and Worker Power”. Paper presentation at the
              Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Kansas City, MO.

       Wright, David W. 1998. “Assessing the „Education for What? Workforce Trends Now
              and in the Future‟ Study”. Keynote Speaker at the Kansas Association for Career
              Services and Employment (KACSE) Annual Conference, Wichita, KS.

       Wright, David W. 1997. “Three ways to be Poor: Efficacy of the Welfare Reform Law by
              Three Poverty-defined Groups”. Paper presentation at the North Central
              Sociological Association (NCSA) Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, IN.

       Wysong, Earl and David W. Wright. 1995. “A Decade of DARE: Dispatches from the
            Drug Education War Zones”. Paper presentation at the North Central Sociological
            Association (NCSA) Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA.

       Wright, David W. 1993. "Changing Family/Work Structures and Women's Roles". Paper
              presentation at the American Association of University Women-Kokomo, Indiana
              Chapter, Indianapolis, IN.

       Wysong, Earl, Rick Aniskiewicz and David W. Wright. 1993. "Does D.A.R.E. Make a
            Difference?: Tracking Drug Education to Graduation". Paper presentation at the
            North Central Sociological Association (NCSA) Annual Meeting in Toledo, OH.
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       Wright, David W. 1992. "Dilemmas in Organizing Graduate Students: Problems with a
              Transient and Economically Powerless Group". Paper presentation at the
              Midwest Sociological Society (MSS) Annual Meeting in Kansas City, MO.

       Wright, David W. 1992. "Measuring the Earnings Gap from a Structural Perspective: The
              Effects of Class and Gender on the Income Determination Process". Symposium
              paper presentation given at Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.

       Fasenfest, David and David W. Wright. 1991. "Changes in Transfer Payments: A Cause
              of Rising Poverty". Paper presentation at the Society for the Study of Social
              Problems (SSSP) Annual Meeting in Cincinnati, OH.

       Wright, David W. 1990. "Class, Gender and Income: The Effects of Domestic Labor
              Time on the Wage Bundle". Paper presentation at the Society for the Study of
              Social Problems (SSSP) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.

       Wright, David W. 1989. "Structural and Individual Models of Income Determination".
              Paper presentation at the Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) Annual
              Meeting in Berkeley, CA.



Teaching Interests:
    Class Analysis and Stratification
    Industrial Sociology and Sociology of Work
    Sociological Theory
    Graduate Statistics and Data Management

Courses Taught:
    Current Courses Being Taught (9 hrs per semester load)
         o Application of Advanced Statistical Techniques (graduate)
         o Seminar in Sociological Theory (graduate)
         o Seminar in Data Management and Advanced SPSS Syntax Modeling (graduate)
         o Sociological Theory (undergraduate)
         o Social Inequality (undergraduate)
         o Sociology of Work (undergraduate)
    Past Courses Taught
         o Industrial Sociology
         o Seminar in Class Analysis
         o Seminar in Marxist Sociology
         o Sociology of Family
         o Introduction to Sociology
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Chair of Thesis and Non-Thesis Projects, Wichita State University:
       Thesis Chair:
       Blakely, Stephaine Dawn. 2009. “Risk Factors that Affect Test Scores, Specifically
               Deviant Behavior”, Sociology, completed Spring 2009.
       Dingler, Elizabeth Joann. 2009. “Seventy-Eight Pennies for your Thoughts: An
               Examination of Income Inequality Between Men and Women in the United
               States”, Sociology, completed Spring 2009.
       Espana, Amber Ann. 2009. “Women in the Workforce: How the Wage Gap Affects
               Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Women‟s Income”, Sociology, completed Spring
               2009.
       Hossian, Mahmood. 2009. “Immigration and Its Impact on the Wage Gap in the United
               States”, Sociology, completed Spring 2009.
       Fussell, Holly. 2008. "No Man Left Behind: Access to Education and Jobs for Men",
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       Hansen, Erin. 2008. "Intergenerational Socioeconomic Mobility: A Comparison of Sons
               and Daughters", Sociology, completed Spring.
       Lyon, Robyn. 2008. "Household Division of Labor and Pay Inequality Between Men and
               Women", Sociology, completed Spring.
       Watanabe, Nanako. 2008. "The Effect of Deviance on Academic Performance",
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       Whitehead, Tisha. 2008. "Educational Risk Factors for Single and Dual Parent
               Households", Sociology, completed Spring.
       Lindeman, Onttu. 2007. "Occupational Sex-Segregation and It's Effect on Income
               Determination", Sociology, completed Fall.
       Moore, Lindsey. 2007. " Deviance and the Conceptual Model Variables and Their Effect
               on Test Scores", Sociology, completed Fall.
       Cusick, Micah. 2007. “Subjectivity in the Formation of Career Aspirations of
               Teenagers”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Drake, Angela. 2007. “Who‟s Your Daddy?: A Comparison of Intergenerational Mobility
               of Socioeconomic Status for Sons and Daughters”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Duckett, Jacob. 2007. “A Dose of Discrimination: The Gender Wage-Gap Between Men
               and Women in Medical Professions”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Franks, Tiffany. 2007. “Gender and the Wage Gap: Still Not Equal”, Sociology,
               completed Spring.
       McKenney, Trisha. 2007. “From the Mommy Track to the Family Track: A Comparative
               Analysis of Employer-Provided Benefits in For-Profit and Non-Profit
               Organizations”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Rowley, Rochelle. 2007. “No „White‟ Child Left Behind: The Academic Achievement
               Gap Between Blacks and Whites”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Barry, Jennifer. 2006. “The Effect of Socio-Economic Status on Academic
               Achievement”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Dupuis, Laura. 2006. “The Effect of the Household Division of Labor on the Income of
               Man and Women”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       O'Donnell, Joseph. 2006. “The Effect of Unions on Work/Family Benefits”, Sociology,
               completed Fall.
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       Simon, Dana M. 2006. “In the Case of Jane v. John: The Gender Pay-Gap in the
               Government Professions”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Barlow, Heather. 2006. “Rx for Economic Inequality: The Wage-gap Among Men and
               Women in Health Professions”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Burford, Lindsay. 2006. “To Have or Not to Have: The Effect Children have on
               Women‟s Income”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Cabrales, Cheyla. 2006. “Chicano y Chicana: Income Differences Among the Largest
               U.S. Hispanic Population”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Feuille, Christopher. 2006. “A Structural Decomposition of the Marriage Premium”,
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       Pettinger, Mark. 2006. “Are Women Still Experiencing Gender Discrimination in Income
               and Employment Positions? Why the Equal Pay Act May Not Be Enough”,
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       Southworth, Brian. 2006. “Am I Rich Enough to do Well in Math? Math Test Scores and
               Socio-Economic Status”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Yeilding, Rosemary. 2006. “Where is Mr. Clean? Household Division of Labor and the
               Pay Gap Between Men and Women”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Crowe, Robin. 2005. “Does It Start in the Home? An Analysis of the Effects of Family
               Structure on Academic Achievement”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Hull, Amber. 2005. “Will I Ever Work Again? Post-displacement Employment”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Mikal, Darcy. 2005. “Income Inequality: The Cost of Being a Single Woman”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Morey, Alicia. 2005. “The M Factor: The Marriage Premium Benefit for Men”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Neufeld, Ryan. 2005. “From Working for a Living to Searching for a Living, Post-
               displacement Employment”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Ruchdaschel, Erin. 2005. “Hispanic / Non-Hispanic Wage-Gap: The Cost of Being a
               Minority”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Victory, Sarah. 2005. “Adolescent Deviance: Why Student Role Performance Matters”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Beat, Debra. 2005. “Income Inequalities: Education and the Black/White Difference in
               Determining Women's Wages”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Byerlee, Judy. 2005. “The Rise of Single Parent Homes: How Does Family Structure
               Affect Academic Achievement”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Colvin, Linda. 2005. “The Impact of Education on Women's Income: A Comparison
               Between Black and White Women”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Engweiler, Lisa. 2005. “The Dollar Dynamic: The Influences of Socioeconomic Status on
               Academic Achievement”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Epp, Aaron. 2005. “Money Matters: The Wage Gap Between White and Black Men”,
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       Konda, Kurt. 2005. “Still in Second Place: A Multi-dimensional Approach to the Gender
               Pay-gap”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Stanton, Stacy. 2005. “Occupational Skill: Do Women of Different Racial Backgrounds
               have the same Income Opportunities”, Sociology, completed Spring.
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       Williams, Renee. 2004. “Income Inequality: A Gendered Process”, Sociology, completed
               Fall.
       Praheswari, Yuni. 2004. “The Test-Score Gap of Minority and Non-Minority Eight Grade
               Students: A Quantitative Analysis of Student Role Performance, School and
               Family”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Farris, Rebecca. 2004. “The Hispanic Wage Gap: Gender and Ethnic Processes in the
               Determination of Income”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Parks, Laura. 2004.” Wage Inequalities Among Women: A Comparative Study of
               Differences in Marital Status”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Scoggin, Bethany. 2004. “Academic Achievement: Inherent Differences or Outside
               Influences?” Sociology, completed Spring.
       Triana, Natalie. 2004. “Battle of the Sexes: A Structural/Feminist Analysis of the Income
               Gap Between Men and Women”, Sociology, completed Spring
       Mooers, Jeannine Nicole. 2003. “The Wage Gap: A Gendered Perspective of Economic
               Positioning and Income Inequality”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Brown, Edith Ann. 2003. “Who Does Not Retire”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Long, Lisa Kay. 2003. “Stratification of Retirement”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Stanley, Skye. 2003. “The Gendered Wage Gap: Why Do Women Make Less Money
               Than Men?”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Vermillion, Mark. 2003. “The Relationship of Sports Participation and Deviant Behavior
               in Adolescents”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Green, Jennifer. 2001. “The Impact of Educational Attainment on the Gender Wage Gap
               of Full-time Workers in the U.S.”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Al-Modaf, Obaid. 1999. “The Relationship Between Consumption and Social Class”,
               Sociology, completed Summer.
       Massoni, Kelley. 1999. “The Relationship of Adolescent Aspirations to Adult
               Attainment: A Trend Analysis”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Deines, Teresa. 1998. “Managing Health Care Issues Among Older Inmates Within the
               Correctional Setting: A Mandate for Improved Data Collection”, Sociology,
               completed Summer.
       Plickert, Gabriele. 1997. “The Effects of Parental Involvement and Home Resources on
               Student Standardized Test Scores”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Reed, Aimee Christine. 1995. “The Effects of Family Structure on Adolescent
               Educational Aspirations”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Winters, Jamie E. 1995. “The Role of Ethnicity in the Classroom: The Effects of Match-
               Mismatch Teacher/Student Ethnicity on Teacher‟s Assessments of Student Role
               Performance”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Hamada, Megumi. 1995. “Are „Family Friendly‟ Policies Actually Women Unfriendly?”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.

       Non-thesis Chair:
       Ayres, Joseph. 2008. "Lean and Mean: Wage Differentials Between Managers and
              Workers in Manufacturing", Sociology, completed Summer.
       Smith, Dwayne. 2007. “Access Denied: Older Americans Choose the Internet for their
              Access Needs”, Sociology, completed Summer.
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       Jones, Virginia. 2006. “Job Displacement: Investing 30 Years in a Company Only to be
               Outsourced Eleven Months Shy of Retirement”, Sociology, completed Summer.
       Lynn, Rachelle. 2006. “Legal Disparities: An Analysis of the Gender Wage-gap in the
               Legal Profession”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Van Sickle, Jason. 2005. “Income Inequity Among Men and Women and the Effects of
               Human Capital versus Structural Predictors”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Wood, Kiela. 2004. “Gender and Juvenile Delinquency in an Educational Environment”,
               Sociology, completed Summer.
       Freeland, David Henry. 2003. “Deviance in Schools”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       George, Gene. 2003. “Residence of the Elderly”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Kimbell, Rebecca. 2003. “Income Inequality”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Osborne, Jennifer. 2003. “Deviance in Relation to Family, Student Role Performance,
               and School”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Swinton, Mary Jo. 2003. “Do Parents Matter? A Look at Factors Influencing Education”,
               Sociology, completed Spring.
       West, Debra. 2003. “Wage Gap: A Push-Pull Dilemma”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Rhodes, Suanne. 2002. “Gender, Race and Income Determination: An Analysis of Male-
               Female and White-non White Wage Discrepancies”, Sociology, completed
               Spring.
       Gemas, Nicholas. 2002. “Institutional Views of Gender-based Income Disparity”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Bennett, Kimberly. 2001. “An Examination of Juvenile Delinquency in Single Parent
               Households”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Fulghum, Kimberly. 2001. “Juvenile Delinquency: A Product of our Failing Society”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       McAtee, Megan. 2001. “An Examination of the Effects of Gender on Juvenile
               Delinquency”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Smith, David. 2001. “Delinquency in Schools and Academic Achievement”, Sociology,
               completed Fall.
       Beemer, Willena. 2001 “Income Determination and Marital Status: An Analysis of Male-
               Female Wage Differentials”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Crickard, Elizabeth. 2001. “An Examination of Current Wage Discrepancies Between
               Men and Women”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Reece, Mary. 2001. “Making the Grade: Are Children from Single Parent Families
               Academically Competitive”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Small, Shirlene. 2001. “Fact or Fiction: The Impact of Racial/Ethnic Differences on
               Juvenile Delinquency in the Educational System”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Brant, Dedra. 2000. “Why Women Earn Less”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Griggs, Montyca. 2000. “Gender Bias and Job Training: What Types of United States
               Work Organizations Offer Job Training to Women?”, Sociology, completed
               Spring.
       Hajjar, Phillip. 2000. “The Impact of Socio-Economic Status on Juvenile Educational
               Deviance”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Hoffman, Justin. 2000. “The Impact of Family Structure on Juvenile Delinquency in
               Schools”, Sociology, completed Fall.
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       Hollingsead, Linda. 2000. “The Effects of Race on the Household Division of Labor”,
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Jordan, Lindsay. 2000. “The Patriarchal Sub-Culture: The Impact of Socio-Economic
               Status and Patriarchal Values Upon Domestic Abuse”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Kimball, Arnetta. 2000. “Determinants of Work Status Among the Poor”, Sociology,
               completed Summer.
       McFadden, Nicole. 2000. “The Impact of Extra-Curricular Activities on Juvenile Educa-
               tional Deviance”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Nguyen, Tein. 2000. “School, Family Background, Peers Influence, Student Role Perfor-
               mance, and Juvenile Delinquency”, Sociology, completed Spring.
       Schlenk, Maryse. 2000. “The Everlasting Battle of Genders: Income Inequality with same
               Educational Attainment”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Siroky, Satin. 2000. “The Affects of Household Division of Labor on Marital
               Satisfaction”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Soria, Heather. 2000. “The Effects of Varsity Sports on Delinquency”, Sociology,
               completed Spring.
       Ancsin, Elizabeth. 1999. “Doing the Dirty Work: Effects of Types of Division of
               Household Labor on Marital Happiness”, Sociology, completed Summer.
       Boaldin, Greg. 1999. “Advertising and the Use of Disabled Persons”, Sociology,
               completed Spring.
       Bressel, Shelby. 1999. “Educational Discrimination by Gender, Social Issues, and Their
               Relationship to Math/Reading Test Scores Among Adolescent Youth”, Sociology,
               completed Fall.
       Busby, Julie. 1999. “Factors that Contribute to the Academic Resilience and
               Achievement Among Latino High School Students”, Sociology, completed
               Spring.
       Liby, Yvonne. 1999. “Attitudes Supporting Violent Behavior and Violence Between
               Couples”, Sociology, completed Summer.
       Toon, Jenny. 1999. “Policy Analysis of the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993",
               Sociology, completed Fall.
       Wiley, Richard. 1999. “Factors that Contribute to Partner Violence in Current Relation-
               ships”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Hall, James. 1998. “The Relationship Between School Varsity Sports Participation and
               Delinquency”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Kim, Calvin. 1998. “The Wage Gap: Factors Significant in the Income Determination
               Process for Men and Women”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Walters, Dana. 1998. “The Effects of Institutional Rules of Governance on Student
               Deviance”, Sociology, completed Fall.
       Waltner, Kimberly. 1996. “Impact of Divorce on the Educational Achievement of
               Children”, Sociology, completed Summer.
       Blackman, Jeffrey. 1995. “Changes in Workplace Autonomy: Empowerment or Exploita-
               tion”, Sociology, completed Spring.
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Professional Activities:
    Current Administrative Positions/Duties:
          o Asst. Vice President, Office of the Provost (2010 to present)
          o Professor of Sociology, Wichita State University (2008 to present).
          o Statistical Project Analyst, Office of the Provost (2007 to 2010)
                   Develop statistical models for prediction of admission, enrollment,
                      retention, and graduation at both undergraduate and graduate levels
                   Maintain graduate student database and prepare needed annual reports
                   Assist Graduate School with development and integration of information
                      system modules in Banner
                   Serve as the IR liaison to the Graduate school relative to informational
                      needs
                   Collaborate with staff in IR, UCATS, Graduate School and academic
                      departments to organize and develop automated reports that address
                      regularly recurring informational needs for all academic areas of the
                      campus
                   Collaborate with others in IR and UCATS to teach staff in all academic
                      areas to use self-service features of Banner and Reporting Services
                   Collaborate with IR director in addressing data standards for the campus
                   Collaborate with IR personnel toward the ongoing development of data
                      management and statistical skills
          o Sociology Database Administrator (1995 to present)
                   Maintain and update the databases of national probability databases
                      including the Current Population Surveys [CPS], Decennial Censuses,
                      American Time Use Survey [ATUS], National Longitudinal Survey of
                      Youth [NLSY], Educational Longitudinal Survey [ELS], Early Childhood
                      Longitudinal Survey [ECLS], National Organization Surveys [NOS],
                      National Survey of a Changing Workforce [NSCW], National Educational
                      Longitudinal Survey [NELS], National Survey of Families and
                      Households [NSFH], General Social Survey [GSS], Consumer
                      Expenditure Surveys, Health and Retirement Survey [HRS]
                   Provide and manage complete documentation of all databases
                   Create SPSS syntax & data file for complete codebook listing of all
                      variables in each dataset for use by faculty and graduate students
                   Data extracts for faculty & students
                   Maintain and monitor data storage & security access via the department
                      servers
          o Sociology Information Technology Manager (1995 to present)
                   Manage departmental servers including maintenance, security and user
                      account access for faculty and graduate students.
                   Manage data backups of all faculty and student data files
                   Monitor security including anti-virus, anti-spyware, security access,
                      firewalls, and security OS patches for faculty and graduate student
                      computers
                   Purchase and setup all faculty and graduate student PC lab computers and
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                      printers
          o Graduate School Database Administrator (2000 to present)
                   Data management: Audit and correct data entry errors, identify and correct
                      programming errors in university data systems, manage and develop data
                      coding for student systems, develop and manage in-house databases,
                      develop new screen formats for data entry, develop and manage work-
                      flow process for data entry, meet regularly with staff to discuss data
                      problems, meet regularly with senior staff to discuss data management and
                      policy, attend meetings addressing graduate school databases, and
                      maintain liaison relationship with Institutional Research on data
                      parameters & data archives
                   Data extractions: provide data extraction and analysis for senior and line
                      staff, provide data extracts for faculty and administrators, and provide data
                      extracts for Institutional Research upon request
                   Data Analysis: conduct on-going data tracking and analysis on graduate
                      students from university levels to department program levels including
                      student headcounts, credit hours, and financials
                   Data Assessment: provide annual program review data for each graduate
                      program including data on degree production, enrollment, course data,
                      admissions, funding, and exceptions to graduate regulations
                   Graduate Assistants: assist in development and management of GTA
                      workshops, perform presentations on GTAs ethics, work rules and regula-
                      tions at GTA workshops, assist in development of GTAs training and
                      procedure manuals, develop and manage GTA workshop surveys, and
                      write annual report on GTA workshop including survey results and cost
          o Standing Committees
                   Data Integrity Team (Chair) for University database system (WIN/ERP)
                   Registrar, Institutional Research & Computing Center (RIC) Committee
                   Graduate Assessment Committee
                   Graduate Council
                   University Information Technology Advisory Committee
                   Data Standards Committee (WIN/ERP), including Executive Committee
                   Operational Data Storage Committee/Enterprise Data Warehouse
                      (WIN/ERP)
                   General Person Committee (ERP/WIN)
                   Healthy Options for Planeview (HOP), Steering Committee
      Past Administrative Positions/Duties:
          o Professor of Sociology, Wichita State University (2008 to present)
          o Statistical Project Analyst, Office of the Provost, Wichita State University (2008
              to present)
          o Graduate Coordinator, Sociology, Wichita State University (1998 to 2009)
          o Associate Professor of Sociology, Wichita State University (1999 to 2008).
          o Interim Associate Dean, Graduate School, Wichita State University (summer,
              2005).
          o Associate Dean of the Graduate School, Wichita State University (2000 to 2003).
          o State Director of Kansas for the Midwest Sociological Society, 1998-2000.
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          o Assistant Professor of Sociology, Wichita State University (1993 to 1999).
          o Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Indiana University at Kokomo (1992-
              1993).
          o Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology, Purdue University (Spring, 1993).
          o Visiting Lecturer - Sociology, Indiana University at Kokomo (1991-1992).
          o Adjunct Faculty - Sociology, Indiana University at Kokomo (1989-1991).
          o Graduate Teaching Assistant, Purdue University (1987-1991).
          o Statistical analyst/consultant for the Institute for Women's Policy Research
              (IWPR) Washington D.C. (January 1991 to 1993).
          o Statistical consultant for the Social Research Institute, Department of Sociology,
              Purdue University. Primary duties involve mainframe (VM/CMS; IBM 3090)
              applications and large data set analysis (May 1988 to August 1990).
      Academic Honors and Teaching Awards:
          o 1999 Academy of Effective Teaching Award, Wichita State University.
          o Elected as State Director of Kansas for the Midwest Sociological Society, 1998-
              00 term.
          o 1996-1997 Mortar Board Educator Appreciation Award, Wichita State University
              (Campus-wide award).
          o 1993 Amicus Award for Outstanding Teaching by Full-time Faculty, Indiana
              University at Kokomo (Campus-wide award).
          o 1992 Amicus Award for Outstanding Teaching by Full-time Faculty, Indiana
              University at Kokomo (Campus-wide award).
          o 1991 Claude Rich Teaching Award for Outstanding Teaching by Adjunct Faculty,
              Indiana University at Kokomo (Campus-wide award).
          o Outstanding Sociology Student Award for 1986-1987 at Indiana University-
              Purdue University at Indianapolis
      Professional Memberships:
          o American Sociological Association (ASA)
          o American Association of University Women (AAUW)
          o Association of Institutional Research (AIR)
          o National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)
          o Midwest Sociological Society (MSS)
          o Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP)
          o Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS)
          o Union for Radical Political Economics (URPE)

References:
      Robert Perrucci, Professor, Department of Sociology, Purdue University, 700 W. State
             Street, West Lafayette, IN. 47907 (765) 494-4714 or 4668.
      Earl Wysong, Professor, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Indiana
             University at Kokomo, 2300 S. Washington St. P.O.Box 9003 Kokomo, IN
             46904-9003.
      Heidi Gottfried, Associate Professor, College of Urban Labor and Metropolitan Affairs,
             Wayne State University, 3241 Faculty Affairs Building, 656 W. Kirby, Detroit,
             MI. 48202
      David Fasenfest, Associate Professor, College of Urban Labor and Metropolitan Affairs,
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               Wayne State University, 656 W. Kirby, 3198 CULMA/FAB, Detroit, MI. 48202

								
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