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                          Everette Burdette Penn
                         2700 Bay Area Blvd #275
                           Houston, Texas 77058
                              (281) 283-3383
                            pennev@uhcl.edu

Academic Degrees:
Ph.D. Criminology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2000
      Graduate Studies in Poverty Research, University of Michigan, 2005
      Graduate Studies in Nonprofit Management, Case Western Reserve, 1999
M.A. Criminal Justice, University of Central Texas, 1994
B.A. Political Science, Rutgers University, 1991

Academic Interests:
Juvenile Justice, Homeland Security, Race and Crime, Community Development and
Pedagogical Issues.

Academic Career:

August 2009 to present. Division Chair of Behavioral and Social Sciences, School
of Human Sciences and Humanities, University of Houston- Clear Lake.
      Coordinate day-to-day operations of nine programs and their faculty, annually
      review faculty and develop curriculum through the Dean and up to the
      Coordinating Board of Texas. Leading plans to develop the Youth, Law and
      Society Center.

August 2007 to August 2009, Associate Professor (with Tenure) of Criminology,
Faculty Affiliate in the Cross- Cultural Studies Program, University of Houston-Clear
Lake.
       Taught masters and undergraduate courses in Race and Crime, Homeland
       Security, and Juvenile Delinquency. Annually led a study abroad course to
       Egypt called “Egypt in Transition”. Received “exceptional” in research and
       service, and “very good” for teaching.

August 2004 to August 2007, Assistant Professor of Criminology (Founding Faculty
Member), Faculty Affiliate in the Cross-Cultural Studies Program, University of
Houston- Clear Lake.
      Taught masters and undergraduate courses in the newly developed
      Criminology program. Led study abroad program to Egypt. Received
      “exceptional” evaluations in teaching and research as well as “very good” in
      service.




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February 2005 to June 2005, Fulbright Professor of American Studies, Faculty of
Law, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.
              Taught undergraduate, graduate, and law students American criminal
              justice and guest-lectured throughout the country.

June 2003 to August 2004, Assistant Professor of Juvenile Justice/Criminal Justice,
       School of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Prairie View A&M University.
       Promoted to Associate Professor (with Tenure) in 2004.
       Taught master‟s and Ph.D. courses.

August 2000 to June 2003, Assistant Professor of Juvenile Justice/Criminal Justice
and Masters‟ Coordinator, School of Juvenile Justice and Psychology, Prairie View
A&M University.
      Taught three master‟s courses and three Ph.D. courses.
      Managed two departments comprised of six faculty and seventy-five master‟s
      students in two programs (Juvenile Justice and Juvenile Forensic Psychology).
      Served as Interim Ph.D. Coordinator, summer 2002.

August 1999 to August 2000, Instructor of Criminal Justice, School of Juvenile
Justice and Psychology, Prairie View A&M University.
        Taught ten sections of various undergraduate criminal justice courses, and
        mentored, advised, and promoted the work of 250 undergraduate students.

August 1998 to August 1999, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal
Justice, University of Texas at Arlington.
        Taught seven criminal justice courses, and mentored, advised, and promoted
        the work of 200 students.

January 1998 to August 1998, Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal
Justice, University of Texas at Arlington.
        Taught three criminal-justice courses. Served as co supervisor of the
        internship program.

Courses Taught:

Graduate: Juvenile Justice Issues and Practice (Ph.D.); Prevention and Control of
Juvenile Crime (Ph.D.); Special Topics: Race and Ethnicity in Criminal Justice
(Ph.D.); Special Topics: Texas Juvenile Justice: Past, Present, and Future (Ph.D.);
Ethics (Web Course); Foundations of Criminal Justice (online course); Management
of Juvenile Justice (online course); Community Building; Race and Crime; Homeland
Security; Prevention and Control of Crime; Egypt in Transition (Study Abroad in
Egypt); Thesis (served as a committee member on eight).
        Chaired Theses:
        Walpool, D. (2002). Ethics codes and private residential contractors.
        Nash, L. (2003). Mentoring as a strategy for substance use prevention for
               African American and Latino youth.
        Dunaway, P. (2003). Major consequences for minor offenses: An evaluation
               of the Adults Relating to Kids (ARK) Program.




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Undergraduate: Criminological Theory; Introduction to Criminal Justice;
Criminology; Race and Justice; Race and Gender Issues in Criminal Justice; Criminal
Investigations; Contemporary Issues; Crime and Public Policy; Comparative Justice;
Gangs; Homeland Security; Juvenile Delinquency; Juvenile Delinquency (online
course) Juvenile Justice; Race and Justice; Prevention and Control of Crime;
Internship.

Publications:

Refereed Journal Publications:

2011          Forthcoming “Egypt in Transition: Uniting Service-Learning and
              Short-Term Study Abroad.” Intercultural Education.Winter.

2009          “The Influence of Race/Ethnicity on the Perceived Prevalence and
              Support for Racial Profiling at Airports.” Special issue, on Policing for
              Homeland Security. Criminal Justice Policy Review with Gabbidon, S.,
              Higgins, G., and Jordan, K. 20 (3) 344-358.

2009          “An Examination of Delinquency and Victimization Using Social
              Bonding and Routine Activities.” Journal of Knowledge and Best
              Practices in Juvenile Justice. Vol. 3 (1). 33-40.

2009          “Governmental Efforts on Homeland Security and Crime: Public
              Views and Opinions.” American Journal of Criminal Justice with
              Higgins, G., Gabbidon, S. and Jordan, K. 34. 28-40.

2008          “Black Students and International Education.” in Journal of Black
              Studies with Tanner. J. Online First June 2008 at
              http://jbs.sagepub.com.

2007          Guest Editor “Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: Five Years
              After 9/11.” Special issue, Criminal Justice Studies: Critical Journal
              of Crime, Law, and Society, 20 (2). 79-173.

2007          “Introduction: Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: Five Years
              After 9/11.” in Criminal Justice Studies: Critical Journal of Crime,
              Law, and Society, 20 (2). 81-89.

2007          “Criminal Justice Education at Historically Black Colleges and
              Universities: Three Decades of Progress.” with Gabbidon, S., Journal
              of Criminal Justice Education, 18 (1), 137-162.

2005          “Developing an Online Justice Studies Degree Program: A Case
              Study,” with Snell, C. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 16 (1),
              18–36.

2005          “Race and Justice,” co edited with Gabbidon, S. Criminal
              Justice Studies: Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 18 (1).


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2003       “On Black Criminology: Past Present and Future.” Criminal Justice
           Studies: Critical Journal of Crime, Law, and Society, 16 (4), 317–327.

2003       “Service-Learning: A Tool to Enhance Criminal Justice.” Journal of
           Criminal Justice Education, 14 (2), 371–383.

2003       “The „Blue‟ and the „Gray‟: Police and Seniors Partnerships in the Age
           of Homeland Security,” with Grabowski, M. Journal of Homeland
           Security [Online], (October 14). www.homelandsecurity.org/journal.

2003       “Career Choices and Characteristics of African American
           Undergraduates Majoring in Criminal Justice at Historically Black
           Colleges and Universities,” with Gabbidon, S., & Richards, W.
           Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 14 (2), 229–243.

2002       “Surviving a Graduate Criminology/Criminal Justice Program: The
           African-American Perspective,” with Gabbidon, S. Journal of
           Research Association of Minority Professors, 6 (1), 29–40.

1999       “Criminal Justice Education at Historically Black Colleges and
           Universities: Past, Present and Future,” with Gabbidon, S.
           Justice Professional, 11 (4), 439–449.

Other Publications:
2011       “Working with Minority Juveniles in Residential
           Centers.” In L. Johnson (Ed.), Experiences in Corrections: Lessons
           Learned From the Field. 199-225 Thousand Oaks: Sage.

2011       “Hurricane Katrina: Crime and Race Issues in a Pre- Post Houston.”
           Race and Justice Scholar. Feb. 2011 4-22.

2010       Internationalizing the Campus Through Curriculum and Engagement.
           Response to a Request for Proposals for the University of
           Houston- Clear Lake Quality Enhancement Plan for the Southern
           Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) 2012 site visit. Selected
           as a finalist proposal.

2010       Texas Southern University: Administration of Justice Site Review
           Technical Report, Spring 2010.

2009       Editorial Board Encyclopedia of Race and Crime. Greene, H. and
           Gabbidon, S. (Eds.) Spring, 2009. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

2008       “From the Division on People of Color and Crime Chair: Hurricane Ike
           Puts Life Into Perspective.” Race and Justice Scholar 4 (2), 1-2
           www.asc41.com/Division on People of Color and Crime.




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2008   Directory of Minority Ph.D. Criminologists (August 2008 ed.),
       www.asc41.com/Division on People of Color and Crime.

2008   Ancillary materials with Tanner, J. for Lawrence, R., and Hemmens,
       C. Juvenile Justice: A Text/Reader. Los Angeles: Sage Publishing.

2008   Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: Five Years After 9/11. New
       York: Routledge Press.

2007   Texas Juvenile Justice. (E-Books) Thousand Oaks: Sage Publishing.
       http://www.sagepub.com/juvenilejustice6study/state/tx/index.htm

2007   “Homeland Security.” In G. Barak (Ed.), Battle Ground: Criminal
       Justice. 348-358. Detroit: Greenwood Press.

2007   “Studying the Arabic Language.” with McMullen, M. in International
       Initiatives: A Publication of the Office of International Initiatives,
       University of Houston- Clear Lake. 4-5 Fall, 2007.

2007   “From the Division on People of Color and Crime Chair.”
        Race and Justice Scholar. 3 (2), 1-3. www.asc41.com /Division on
       People of Color and Crime.

2007   “Running Faster Next Time: Blacks and Homeland Security.” In H.
       Potter (Ed), Racing the Storm: Racial Implications and Lessons
       Learned from Hurricane Katrina. 247-260. Lanham, MD: Lexington
       Books.

2007   “Boosting Criminal Justice Education at Historically Black Colleges
       and Universities.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Online. with
       Gabbidon, S. May 14, 2007.
       http://www.diverseeducation.com/artman/publish/printer_7323.shtml

2007   Directory of Minority Ph.D Criminologists (Feb.2007 ed.),
       www.asc41.com /Division on People of Color and Crime.

2007   “From the Division on People of Color and Crime Chair.”
       Race and Justice Scholar. 3 (1), 1-2. www.asc41.com /Division on
       People of Color and Crime.

2006   “From the Division on People of Color and Crime Chair.”
       Race and Justice Scholar. 2 (2), 1-3. www.asc41.com /Division on
       People of Color and Crime.

2006   Directory of Minority Ph.D. Criminologists (2006 ed.),
       www.asc41.com./Division on People of Color and Crime.

2006   “Intellectual Expansion Through International Learning.”
       Diverse Issues in Higher Education, formerly Black
       Issues in Higher Education, 23 (7), 45.


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2006   “Juvenile Justice: Answering the Question of Black
       Disproportionality.” In B. Sims & P. Preston (Eds.), Handbook of
       Juvenile Justice: Theory and Practice (pp. 615–632). New York:
       Marcel Dekker.

2006   “Everyone Can Be Great! Because Everyone Can Serve.” Race and
       Justice Scholar, 2 (1), 2-7. www.asc41.com./Division on People of
       Color and Crime.

2006   Race and Juvenile Justice, with Taylor Greene, H., & Gabbidon, S.,
       (Eds.). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

2006   “Reducing Juvenile Delinquency: Lessons Learned,” with Taylor
       Greene, H. In E. Penn, H. Taylor Greene, & S. Gabbidon (Eds.), Race
       and Juvenile Justice (pp. 223–241). Durham, NC: Carolina Academic
       Press.

2006   “Black Youth: Disproportionality and Delinquency.” In E. Penn, H.
       Taylor Greene, & S. Gabbidon, S. (Eds.), Race and Juvenile Justice
       (pp. 47–64) Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

2005   Houston Prepares! A Plan to Recruit, Train, and Maintain a Ready
       Volunteer Force in the Event of a Public-Health Emergency. Technical
       report. Houston, Texas: Office of Surveillance and Public Health
       Preparedness, Houston Department of Health and Human Services.

2005   “Adding Another Dimension to Your Career: The Fulbright
       Experience (Part II.).” Race and Justice Scholar, 1 (2), 11–14.
        www.asc41.com./Division on People of Color and Crime.

2005   “Adding Another Dimension to Your Career: The Fulbright
       Experience (Part I.).” Race and Justice Scholar, 1 (1), 5–6.
       www.asc41.com./Division on People of Color and Crime.

2005   Editor. Race and Justice Scholar, 1 (1). (Publication outlet of the
       Division on People of Color and Crime, American Society of
       Criminology (ASC). www.asc41.com./Division on People of Color
       and Crime.

2004   “Ph.D. Students of Criminology and Criminal Justice: A Snapshot of a
       National Survey.”ACJS Today, 29 (3). 1, 4-6.

2003   “Group Homes.” In M. McShane & F. Williams (Eds.), Encyclopedia
       of Juvenile Justice. Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

2003   Review of Youth on Trial: A Developmental Perspective on Juvenile
       Justice (2000). Criminal Justice Review, 28 (2), 426–427.




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2002       “Minorities are Encouraged to Apply.” ACJS Today,
           (September/October). 18-19.

2001       “Prevention and Control of Crime.” In B. Kowalewski, M. Ender, & J.
           DeFiore (Eds.), Service-Learning and Undergraduate Sociology:
           Syllabi and Instructional Materials. Washington, DC: American
           Sociological Association.

2000       Directory of Minority Ph.D. Criminologists, with Heard, C. Prairie
           View, TX: Prairie View A&M University.

2000       Reducing Delinquency Through Service. Washington, DC: Corporation
           for National Service, Government Printing Office.

In Progress:
           Guest Editor “Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: Ten Years
           After 9/11.” Special issue, Criminal Justice Studies: Critical Journal
           of Crime, Law, and Society.

           “Hurricane Katrina” African Americans and Criminal Justice: An
           Encyclopedia. (under review).

           “Building Muslim and American Relations: A Mind and Heart Short-
           Term Study Abroad Model” (under review).

           “Perceptions of the Criminal Justice System: A National Study.”

           “Faith Based Criminal Justice: A Look at the Five Largest Religions in
           the United States.”

           “Social Media and Youth Culture.”

           “ Homeland Security and Historically Black Colleges and
           Univerisities.”

           “Youth and Crime” in K. Russell-Brown (Ed.) Making a Case.

           “Social Media, Homeland Security and the Law.”

           “Understanding Youth‟s View of Law Enforcement.”

           “Understanding Law Enforcement‟s View of Youth.”

Presentations, 2000–present:
           Over seventy-five scholarly presentations since 1994. International
           invited Lecturer to several countries including: Egypt, China,
           Argentina, Ghana, Panama, Morocco and Canada.



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2011    Invited Lecturer, “Becoming a Fulbright: Reflections During the Arab
        Spring.” Rice University, Houston, Texas.

2010    Invited Presenter, “Responding to the Claim that Minority Students do
        not need International Education.” Fulbright Association International
        Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2009    Presenter, “Internationalizing the College Campus through the
        Fulbright Experience.” American Society of Criminology,
        Philadelphia, PA.

2009    Co-organizer, “Fulbright Workshop” University of Houston- Clear
        Lake, Houston, Texas.

2009   Co-organizer, 3rd Annual University of Houston- Clear Lake American
       Studies Lecture Series. Fulbright Alumni Office, Cairo, Egypt.

2008    Invited Lecturer, “Inspiring Short Study Abroad Experiences on
        Non-traditional College Campuses”, Fulbright International
        Conference, Beijing, China

2008    Invited Presenter, 10th Annual Protecting
        Texas Children Conference. “Race and Juvenile Justice.” Houston,
        Texas.

2008    Co-organizer, Teen Court Conference. 2nd Annual Understanding the
        Criminal Justice System for Teens. University of Houston- Clear
        Lake

2008    Co-organizer, Second Annual University of Houston- Clear Lake
        American Studies Lecture Series. Fulbright Alumni Office, Cairo,
        Egypt.

2008    Invited Presenter, Harris County Youth and Family Services Division
        Training Conference. “ Race and Juvenile Justice.” Houston, Texas.

2008    Esther Madriz Student Paper Chair and Moderator, Academy of
        Criminal Justice Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio.

2007    Invited Lecturer, Provost‟s Scholarly Research Lecture Series.
        “Homeland Security and The War on Terror: Complex Issues and
        Controversies for the American Citizen.” University of Houston- Clear
        Lake.

2007    Invited Lecturer, Black Student Association Lecture Series.
        “Homeland Security: What you need to know!” University of Houston-
        Clear Lake.

2007    Invited Lecturer, “American Juvenile Justice: Lessons Learned for a



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       Caribbean Audience” Fulbright International Conference, Panama
       City, Panama.

2007   Co-organizer, First Annual University of Houston- Clear Lake
       American Studies
       Lecture Series. Fulbright Alumni Office, Cairo, Egypt.

2007   Invited Lecturer, “Understanding the American Criminal Justice
       System for an Egyptian Audience” Fulbright American Studies Circle,
       Fulbright Alumni Office, Cairo, Egypt.

2007   Co-organizer, Teen Court Conference. “Understanding the Criminal
       Justice System for Teens”.University of Houston- Clear
       Lake.

2007   Workshop Facilitator, Prairie View A&M University,
       “Service-Learning to Civic Engagement.”

2007   Invited Participant, University of Houston System International
       Education Conference, University of Houston- Clear Lake “Success
       Stories: Egypt in Transition.” with M.McMullen.

2007   Invited Participant, Teaching Learning Conference at the University of
       Houston- Clear Lake “Egypt in Transition Course.” with
       M. McMullen.

2007   Invited Lecturer, Black History Month at University of
       Houston- Clear “The Use of the “N Word.”

2007   Panel Chairperson, Black History Month at University of Houston-
       Clear Lake. “African American Ph.D.s: History and Paths of Success.”

2007   Invited Lecturer, Black History Month at College of the Mainland
       Texas City, Texas “Ghana: Land of the Slave Forts.”

2007   Keynote Speaker for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, National Association
       for the Advancement of Colored People, Moore County, NC Chapter.
       “Martin Luther King Day: More than Just a Day Off!”

2006   Faculty Colloquial, University of Houston- Clear Lake, Houston,
       Texas. “International Education: Egypt in Transition Course.” with M.
       McMullen.

2006   Invited Lecturer, International Week at College of the Mainland, Texas
       City, Texas “Egypt in Transition.”

2006   Invited Speaker, American Society of Criminology. Los Angeles, CA.
       “ Division on People of Crime Chair‟s Address.”

2006   Invited Speaker, Fulbright Alumni Association International


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       Conference. Marrakech, Morocco “Expanding Fulbright Programs to
       Minority Students and Faculty.”

2006   Workshop Leader, Prairie View A&M University. “Service-Learning,
       Hurricane Katrina, and Students at Prairie View A&M University.”

2006   Graduation Speaker, Contemporary Learning Center High School,
       Houston, Texas. “Ten Minutes Until Blast-off!”

2006   Invited Speaker, Learning Innovators, University of Houston-
       Clear Lake, Houston, Texas. “Egypt: A Land in Transition.”

2006   Faculty Colloquial, University of Houston- Clear Lake, Houston,
       Texas. “Becoming Successful at the Fulbright Process.”

2006   Invited Speaker, Black Student Association‟s Black History Month
       Celebration, University of Houston- Clear Lake, Houston, Texas.
       “The Middle Passage.”

2005   Roundtable, American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada.
       “The Fulbright Experience.”

2005   Panel Presentation. American Society of Criminology, Toronto,
       Canada. “Historically Black Colleges and Universities Criminal Justice
       Criminology Programs Revisited.”

2005   Invited Speaker, Office of International Initiatives, International Week,
       University of Houston- Clear Lake. “Ghana: The Land of Slave
       Forts.”

2005   Faculty Book Signing Lecture, University of Houston- Clear Lake
       “Race and Juvenile Justice.”

2005   Invited Panelist, Earl Carl Institute for Legal and Social Policy, Inc.
       Texas Southern University. Reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act
       and Political Disenfranchisement of America’s Voters. “Unlock Your
       Vote: Felony Reenfranchisement Workshop.”

2005   Invited Lecturer, Cape Coast Methodist School for Girls, Cape Coast,
       Ghana. “Education Opportunities in the United States.”

2005   Invited Speaker, Intercultural and International Student Services,
       Black History Month, University of Houston- Clear Lake.
       “The Brown Decision 50 Years and Beyond.”

2004   Panel Presentation, American Society of Criminology, Nashville, TN.
       “Getting to Tenure: A Personal Account.”

2004   Panel Presentation, Southwest Criminal Justice Association, Houston,
       Texas. “International Opportunities for Criminologists.”


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2004   Invited Speaker, Black Student Association, University of Houston-
       Clear Lake, Houston, Texas. “Education and African Americans.”

2004   Keynote Speaker, Bay Area Industry Leaders, Houston Texas.
       “Education and Employment: Modes of Equality.”

2004   Panel Presentation, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
       “Preventing Minority Juvenile Crime: Lessons Learned.”

2004   Invited Speaker, Houston Area Food Bank. Super Bowl Kick Off
       Rally. “The Importance of Youth Service for Others.”

2003   Keynote Presentation, Louisiana Association of Minority Criminal
       Justice Workers. “Understanding the Historical Obstacles of Equality
       in the Criminal Justice System.”

2003   Panel Presentation, with Snell, C., Southwest Association of Criminal
       Justice. “Developing a Graduate Degree On-line: The Macro and
       Microcosm of it All.”

2003   Panel Presentation, American Society of Criminology.
       “Doctoral Experiences: A National Survey.”

2003   Panel Presentation, International Ethics Across the Curriculum
       Conference. “Teaching Ethics and Race with Help from Above.”


2002   Panel Presentation, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
       “In the Middle: Issues Facing the Master‟s Coordinator in
       Criminal Justice.”

2001   Panel Presentation, with Gabbidon, S., American Society of
       Criminology. “Career Choices and Characteristics of African
       American Undergraduates in Criminal Justice.”

2001   Panel Presentation, Black History Month Lecture Series, Prairie View
       A&M University. “Race in the Criminal Justice System.”

2001   Panel Presentation, with Shauer, E, Southwest Association of Criminal
       Justice. “Freshman Programs that Work with Criminal Justice
       Students.”

2000   Panel Presentation, Southwest Association of Criminal Justice.
       “Findings from a Service-Learning Class.”

2000   Keynote Speaker, National Association for the Advancement of
       Colored People, Indiana, PA Chapter. “Building Communities While
       Building Youth.”



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2000           Panel Presentation, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences.
               “Implementing Service-Learning into Criminal Justice.”




Employment and Major Volunteering Activities, 1991–present:
June 2011 to Present- Administrative Council Chairperson for Riverside United
              Methodist Church, Houston, Texas.
              Serve as the lay leader of a 72 year old church providing oversight
              in conjunction with the pastor in areas of ministry, mission and service
              to the community.

October 2007 to July 2011, President of Penn- Prepares Advises Leads and Serves
              Penn P.A.L.S. (LLC) provided educational tutoring to students in the
              Missouri City, Texas area doing business as Huntington Learning
              Center.

March 2008 to October 2009, Committee Chair, United Negro College Fund,
             Education Walk 2008 and 2009. Led organizing effort for thousands of
             participants and dozens of corporate sponsors and raised over
             $300,000 both years.

November 2005 to Present. President, Penn Consulting, Houston, Texas.
            Founder of a consulting firm specializing in criminal justice, juvenile
            justice, homeland security, diversity issues, and volunteer organization
            management. Clients include the City of Houston, civic organizations,
            several universities, academic presses and various criminal justice
            entities.

February 2006 to April 2008. President, Houston/South East Texas Fulbright Alumni
              Association, Houston, Texas.
              Founding president of the 50th Fulbright Alumni chapter in the United
              States. Within its two years the chapter was awarded over $8,000 in
              grants in order to promote international programming and outreach.
              The chapter conducted meetings, held cultural events, mentored
              visiting Fulbrights and networked with governmental, educational and
              international organizations in the Houston area in order to promote the
              ideals of the international Fulbright organization.

February 2004 to February 2005. Youth Group Director, Riverside United Methodist
Church, Houston, Texas.
              Leader of the youth program, which inspired teens to walk a Christian
              life and avoid the temptations of crime, drugs, pregnancy, and
              academic failure.




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September 2003 to August 2004. Program Director, Waller County Teen Court
Program.
             Founded, directed, and coordinated a youth juvenile delinquency
             diversion program that takes first-time offenders and corrects their
             wrongs through peer interaction, community service, counseling, and
             restorative justice.

Summer 2000-Present. ACCESS Faculty Member/Service-Learning Coordinator,
Prairie View A&M University.
              Six-week summer study program for high school graduates. Taught
              over 710 high school graduates life-skills/educational preparation
              courses collectively titled “College Is Not the 13th Grade.” In the past,
              experiential/service-learning leader taking groups of over 100 students
              annually on a Civil Rights Bus Tour of the South (2004), Washington,
              DC (2005), rebuilding New Orleans (2006), and a return to New
              Orleans and a variety of service-leaning projects in Brownsville, Texas
              in conjunction with the University of Texas –Brownsville (2007). In
              2008 directed a service-learning tour throughout Civil Rights
              Mississippi, culminating with a service-learning project to build a park
              to remember Emmett Till in Glendora, Mississippi. In 2009 with the
              theme of “Texans Serving Texas” performed various service projects
              throughout the state with a focus in San Antonio. In 2010 refurbished
              homes in Dallas, Texas as well as provided activities for children,
              elderly and homeless in the Dolphin Heights/South Dallas area. In
              2011 led students learning and volunteering with elderly as students
              participated in a Senior Olympics in Austin, Texas.
              Supervised a total of over 13,000 documented service hours throughout
              the United States.

November 2001 to June 2003. Captain, Executive Officer/Battalion Supply Officer,
U.S. Army Reserve, 10th BN, Medical, Houston, Texas.
             Logistics officer in charge of $200,000 of U.S. government equipment
             in six states, supporting medical-training missions.

May 1998 to June 2008. Director, Mary Penn Foundation, Houston, Texas.
              Director of an organization that performed community service
              and awarded over $40,000 in educational scholarships.

February 1998 to June 1999. 1st Lieutenant, Battalion Supply Officer, U.S. Army
Reserve, 2/35th BN, Field Artillery, Carrolton, Texas.
               Logistics officer in charge of $800,000 of U.S. government equipment.




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January 1998 to July 1998. Community Development Specialist (VISTA),
Corporation for National Service, North Side Interchurch Agency and Diamond Hill
United Methodist Church, Fort Worth, Texas.
              Developed an employment program that in one year placed 300
              persons in jobs above the minimum wage. Created an English as a
              Second Language Program, Tutoring Program, Resale shop and
              Summer Camp Program to serve over 200 first generation Mexican
              Americans and their families.

August 1996 to December 1997. Child-care worker, Appalachian Youth Services,
Ebensburg, Pennsylvania.
              Supervised and provided services for twelve delinquent boys in a
              group home.

August 1995 to December 1997. 1st Lieutenant, Company Commander, U.S. Army
Reserve, 455th QM, Trenton, New Jersey.
               Commanded a company of 107 personnel. Duties included the
               following: development of short and long range plans, assessment of
               performance and readiness, accountability of over $3,000,000, and
               deployment to six “real-world” missions.

August 1993 to August 1996. Graduate Assistant, Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
Indiana, Pennsylvania.
              Conducted researched and taught courses. Founded the Minority
              Mentorship Program on campus.

October 1992 to August 1993. Criminal Investigator, Public Defenders Office,
Washington, DC.
              Investigated felony cases for indigent clients, collected evidence,
              served court documents, and provided court testimony.

September 1991 to September 1992. Alternative Certification Teacher, Meredith
Elementary School, Temple, Texas.
             Taught social studies to 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students while pursuing
             teacher certification.

July 1991 to September 1991. Traveled extensively throughout Europe and the
               United States.

February 1991 to July 1991. 2nd Lieutenant, Quartermaster, Officer Basic Course,
U.S. Army, Fort Lee VA.
              Volunteered for active duty during Operation Desert Storm. Completed
              college coursework in 3.5 years. Service time consisted of learning
              logistics, administration, and leadership according to United States
              Army doctrine.




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Service, 1998–present:
University:

Member, Faculty Development Leave Committee, UHCL, 2011
Member, Third Year Review Committees, UHCL, 2010. 2011
Member, Various Faculty Search Committees, UHCL, 2009, 2010, 2011
President‟s Marshall, Fall Commencement, University of Houston- Clear Lake, 2006.
Member, Convocation Committee, University of Houston- Clear Lake, 2006.
Member, Internal Review Board, (UHCL), 2006-2007.
Member, Faculty Senate, University of Houston- Clear Lake (UHCL), 2006-2007.
Chair, Theses Improvement Committee, College of Human Sciences, UHCL, 2006.
Grand Marshall, Fall Commencement, UHCL, 2005.
Member, Study Abroad Committee, UHCL, 2005-2010.
Member, University of Houston System International Initiatives Committee, 2005.
Founding Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma, CJ Honor Society, UHCL, 2005 to Present.
Member, University Parking Committee, UHCL, 2004.
Advisor, Black Student Association, UHCL, 2004-Present.
Member, International Education Week, UHCL, 2004-Present.
Member, Faculty Search Committee, UHCL, 2004, 2007 and 2008.
Member, Associate Dean Search Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2004.
Member, International Education Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2004.
Member, Academic Services Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2004.
Member, “Back to Basics” Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2003.
Chairperson, Total Quality Assessment of Prairie View A&M University, 2003.
Faculty Senator, Prairie View A&M University, 2003 and 2004.
Member, New Student Orientation Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2004.
Chair, Judicial Appeals, Prairie View A&M University, 2002–2004.
Volunteer, Project Youth Connect, Prairie View A&M University, 2002.
Member, Graduate Council, Prairie View A&M University, 2002–2003.
Committee Chair, Core Curriculum Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2001.
Member, Doctoral Committee, Prairie View A&M University, 2001–2004.
Member, Faculty Search Committees, Prairie View A&M University, 2000–2004.
Faculty Fellow, Prairie View A&M University, 2000–2002.
Member, Academic Council, Prairie View A&M University, 1999–2003.
Member, Prairie View Cluster, Prairie View A&M University, 1999–2003.
Academic Advisor, Alpha Phi Sigma, Prairie View A&M University, 1999–2000.

Community:
Board Member, 20-20 Project, Houston, TX, 2009- present
Volunteer, Emergency Aid Coalition, Houston, TX, 2007-present
Chair, Mind Is Campaign of Houston, TX, United Negro College Fund, 2006- 2008.
Board Member, Youth Advocate Programs of Houston, 2006 – 2008.
Member, Houston Advisory Council, United Negro College Fund, 2006- 2009.
Member, Steering Committee, Clear Lake, Teen Court, Houston, TX, 2006-2007.
Member, 177th Grand Jury, Harris County, 2005–2006.
Consultant, City of Houston, Office of Surveillance and Public Health Preparedness,
Houston Department of Health and Human Services, 2005-2006.
Program Coordinator, Waller County Teen Court, 2003–2004.


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Lead Camp Counselor, Camp Good News, 2001.
Board Member, Texas Police Corps, 2000–2001.
Board Member, Matagorda County Teen Court, Bay City, TX, 2000–2002.
Founder, Penn PALS, 2001–present.
Founder, Diamond Hill Ed. and Economic Dev. Prog., Ft. Worth, TX, 1998–1999.

National:
Manuscript Reviewer, Asian Security Journal, 2011.
Manuscript Reviewer, Race and Justice, 2011.
Member, Minority Scholarship Committee, ASC, 2010-2011.
Section Chair, ACJS “Homeland Security” Annual Meeting 2009.
Chair, Outstanding Article Award, ASC 2008-2009.
Manuscript Reviewer, American Journal of Criminal Justice, 2008.
Manuscript Reviewer, State University of New York Press, 2008.
Evaluator, Centers for Disease and Control, 2008
Manuscript Reviewer, Justice Quarterly, 2008.
Member, Outstanding Article Award Committee, ASC. 2007-2008.
Manuscript Reviewer, Sage Publishing, 2006- present.
Chair, Madriz Student Paper Committee, ACJS, 2006–2008.
Chair, Division on People of Color and Crime, ASC, 05–07, reelected 2007-2009.
Chair, Communications, Division on People of Color and Crime, ASC, 2004.
Vice-Chair, Women and Minorities Section, ACJS, 2003–2005.
Member, ACJS Publications Committee, 2003–2004.
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 2004 to present.
Manuscript Reviewer, Roxbury Publishing, 2003–2004.
Evaluator, National Institute of Justice, 2002–2003.
Committee Chair, Anderson Student Paper Awards, ACJS, 2003.
Manuscript Reviewer, Allyn and Bacon, 2001.
Vice-Chair, Affirmative Action Committee, ACJS, 2000–2001.
Executive Counselor, Division on People of Color and Crime, ASC 2000–2002.

International:
Fulbright Scholar National Screening Committee for North Africa and Middle East,
Washington, D.C. 2011
Fulbright Alumni Association, Chair of the Diversity Task Force 2010 – Present.
Fulbright Ambassador, United States State Department 2009-Present
National Security Education Program, National Screening Committee for the Middle
East, Houston, TX 2008-2010.
Fulbright Alumni Association, International Advisory Board, 2008-Present.
Fulbright National Screening Committee for North Africa, New York, 2007-2009.
Fulbright Program Advisor, University of Houston- Clear Lake, 2007.
Founding President, Houston/S.E. Texas Fulbright Alumni Association, 2006-2008.
Steering Committee Leader, Houston Fulbright Alumni Association, 2005.
Reviewer, Fulbright Egyptian Student Program, 2005 and 2010

Awards, Trainings, and Recognitions, 2000–present:
*Certificate of Recognition, United States Department of State, 2011
*Quality Enhancement Plan Proposal Finalist, UHCL, 2010.
* Julius Debro Service Award, Division on People of Color and Crime, ASC, 2009.
* Plaque of Appreciation, Division on People of Color and Crime, ASC, 2009.


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* Minnie Stevens Piper Finalists, UHCL, 2009.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Children‟s Assessment Center, Houston, Texas. 2008
* Certificate of Appreciation, ACCESS Program, Prairie View A&M Univ. 2008.
* Gifts of Appreciation, Piney Woods School, Piney Woods, Mississippi, 2008.
* Gifts of Appreciation, Mississippi Valley State University, Itta Bena, Miss., 2008.
* Certificate of Appreciation, City of Glendora, Mississippi, 2008.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Houston/S.E. Texas Fulbright Alumni Chapter, 2008
* Certificate of Appreciation, Harris County Youth and Family Division, 2008.
* Distinguished Alumni Award for Service, Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
Department of Criminology, 2008.
* Letter of Appreciation, Institute of International Education, New York, 2008.
* Alliance for International Education, Capitol Hill Advocacy Day, Washington,
D.C., 2008
* Certificate of Appreciation, ACCESS Program, Prairie View A&M Univ. 2007
* International Education Award, University of Houston- Clear Lake, 2007.
* Invited Participant, Fulbright Program Advisors‟ Training, Institute of International
Education, New York, 2007.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Black Students‟ Association, UHCL, 2007.
* Certificate of Appreciation, College of the Mainland, 2007.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Contemporary Learning Center High School, 2006.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Alpha Phi Sigma, UHCL Chapter, 2006.
* Invited Speaker, Fulbright Middle East Orientation, Washington, DC, 2006.
* Regional Finalist, White House Fellows Program, Class of 2006–2007.
* Invited Speaker, Fulbright Middle East Orientation, Washington, DC, 2005.
* Invited Participant, National Poverty Center, University of Michigan, 2005.
* Individual Expert, Eleventh United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and
Criminal Justice, Bangkok, Thailand, 2005
*Fulbright Scholar, Egypt, 2005.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Intercultural and International Student Services,
University of Houston- Clear Lake, 2005, 2006.
* Certificate of Appreciation, Riverside United Methodist Church, 2005.
*Letter of Congratulations from U.S. Senator John Cornyn, 2004.
*Assessment Workshop, Wharton County Junior College, 2004.
*Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Senior Fellow, 2004.
*Web Design Training, Prairie View A&M University, 2001–2004.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Louisiana Association of Minority Criminal Justice
Workers, 2003.
*Certificate of 17 hours of Training, National Teen Court, 2003.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, 2003.
*Certificate of Appreciation, American Society of Criminology, 2002.
*Online Course Development, Certificate of Completion, 2002.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Youth Connect, Prairie View A&M University, 2002.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Houston Area Food Bank, 2002.
*Minority Teaching Fellowship, Indiana University, 2001.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Black History Month Speaker, Prairie View A&M
University, 2001.
*Invitation, Ministry of Education, Egypt, to teach Juvenile Justice, Egypt, 2001.
*Certificate of Service and Appreciation, NAACP, Indiana, PA, 2000.
*Certificate of Appreciation, Corporation for National Service, Wash, DC, 2000.



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*Carter G. Woodson Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Indiana University of
Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA, 2000.

Grants, Fellowships, and Funding, 1999–present:
2011 “Race and Juvenile Justice Conference.” General Commission on Religion and
Race, United Methodist Church, Nashville, TN. $24,530 (pending).

2011 “Teen and Police Service Academy (T.A.P.S.- Academy) Department of Justice,
Principal Investigator in conjunction with the Houston Police Department, Houston,
TX, $468.660.

2011 “Enhancement of Outreach and Development of the Fulbright Alumni
Association.” Second writer. United States, Department of State, Washington, D.C.
$250,000

2010 “Martin Luther King Jr. Program Grant” for Prairie View A&M University,
Principal Investigator, North Carolina Compact, $1,000.

2009 Web Design Course Grant, University of Houston- Clear Lake, $14,000

2008 “Programming Grant” Principal Investigator, Fulbright Alumni Association,
Washington, D.C., $5,000

2008 “Egypt in Transition, International Learning Course.” Principal Investigator,
Bilateral U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas, $5,000.

2007 “Homeland Security for Americans” book completion grant, University of
Houston-Clear Lake, Faculty Development Research Grant, $4,368.

2007 “Egypt in Transition, International Learning Course.” Principal Investigator.
Bilateral U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas, $5,000.

2007 “Egypt in Transition, International Learning Course.” Principal Investigator.
University of Houston- Clear Lake, Dean, College of Human Sciences and
Humanities, $1,000.

2006 “Egypt in Transition, International Learning Course.” Principal Investigator,
Bilateral U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce, Houston, Texas, $5,000.

2006 “International Learning: A Test of Cross-Cultural Learning Pedagogy.”
University of Houston- Clear Lake, Faculty Development Research Grant, $3,600.

2006 “Egypt in Transition, International Learning Course.” University of Houston-
Clear Lake, Dean, College of Human Sciences and Humanities, $1,000.

2005 Invited Summer Workshop Participant, National Poverty Center, University of
Michigan, $1,300.




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2005 Faculty Leave, University of Houston- Clear Lake, Spring Semester, 2005,
$33,885.

2005 “Africa to America: A Study of Ghana‟s Society.” University of Houston-
Clear Lake, Faculty Development Research Grant, $2,700.

2005 Fulbright Scholar, Egypt, American Studies Lecturer, $20,000.

2004 Teen Court, Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention/Office of the
Governor, State of Texas, Delinquency Prevention Grant, $17,640.

2003 Teen Court, Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention/Office of the
Governor, State of Texas, Delinquency Prevention Grant, $19,600.

2002 Web Design Course Grant, Prairie View A&M University, $3,000.

1999 Corporation for National Service Fellow, “Reducing Delinquency Through
Service,” Washington, DC, $25,000.

1999 Scholarship, Case Western Reserve University, Mandell School of Nonprofit
Management, Cleveland, OH, $7,500.

Media Appearances:

August 24, 2010. “People are Getting Away with Murder” Houston Chronicle Front
page.

Fall 2009. “ Fulbright Ambassador: Everette B. Penn”
http://www.cies.org/ambassadors/epenn/images/final/index.htm

September 17, 2008. “Emmett Till Park to Open in Glendora” Clarion Ledger online
at clarionledger.com

September 16, 2008. “Emmett Till Park to Open in Mississippi Delta Town.” Sun
Herald online at sunherald.com

August 28, 2008. “PVAMU ACCESS Program Prepares Students for Presidential
Election Through Service-Learning” Houston Style Magazine. Vol. 18 (35) August
28- September 3, 2008, p.11.

August 14, 2008. “Students and Volunteers Start Emmett Till Memorial Park”
Mississippi Public Radio. Online at http://www.mpbonline.org/news/local-
news/0808-ondemand/stories.htm

July 29, 2008. “Remembering Emmett Till in Glendora, Mississippi”. WABG (ABC
News affiliate in Greenwood, Mississippi).

July 29, 2008. “ PVAMU Students and Glendora Residents Build Park” WXVT (CBS
News affiliate in Greenwood, Mississippi).



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July 13, 2008. “Glendora Readies for Till Park.” The Greenwood Commonwealth.
www.gwcommonwealth.com/articles/2008/7/13/news.

July 10, 2008. “Valley Students to Work on Till Park in Glendora on Saturday” The
Greenwood Commonwealth www.gwcommonwelath.com/articles/2008/7/10/news.

June 12, 2008. “Applause for Israel‟s Action?” Houston Chronicle, Letters to the
Editor. B8.

June 7, 2008. “Serving with Dignity: Preparing a Meal for Multitudes” Houston
Chronicle. F1 and F4.

April 21, 2008. “Prof Latest Book Takes a Look at Homeland Security” University of
Houston- Clear Lake Short Takes. Prtl.uhcl.edu/portal/page/portal.

April 14, 2008. “Let‟s Talk about Race” The Signal. Vol. XXXIV, No.6 p.1 and10.

January 31, 2008. “UNCF Young Professionals of Houston- Kick-Off Party.”
Houston Style Magazine. Front page and page 18.

October 8, 2007. “Jena Six Spurs Probe Into Campus Diversity.” The Signal. p. 1 and
10.

June 28, 2007. “Egyptian Sojourn Part of Study Trip” Friendswood Journal. p.3.

May 29, 2007. “American Studies Circle Hosts an Evening on American Law.” News
Binational Fulbright Commission in Egypt. www.fulbright-egypt.org/highlights.

January 16, 2007. “ King Observances Draws Big Crowds.” The Pilot
www.The Pilot.com

January 11, 2007. “ Annual King Service, March Planned.” The Pilot.
www.The Pilot.com

September 11, 2006. “Young Leaders Summit Enlightens Students and Faculty at
UHCL.” The Uhclidian. University of Houston- Clear Lake p. 7.

September 11, 2006. “ Egypt: Summer Overseas Program Offered at UHCL.”
The Uhclidian. University of Houston- Clear Lake. p.7
August 24, 2006. “ Faces in the Crowd: Professor Passes It On.” Houston Chronicle
Section Z 6 p.2.

July 13, 2006. “Funds for Egypt.” Pasadena Citizen. www. thepasadenacitizen.com.

June, 2006. “Fulbright Alumni News.” Fulbright Alumni Association webpage.
http://alumni.state.gov

March 2006. “ Academic Highlights.” Focus University of Houston- Clear Lake
Report to the Community 2005. University of Houston-Clear Lake. p. 4-5.



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February 24, 2006. “Course Helps Students Understand Egypt.” University of
Houston, Office of Communications. http://prtl.uhcl.edu.
October 24, 2005. “Fulbright Scholars Global View.” The Uhclidian University of
Houston- Clear Lake. p.5.

October 2005. “ UNCF Donors Biographies.” United Negro College Fund Annual
Report. United Negro College Fund: Fairfax, Virginia. p.23.

May 1, 2005. “ From the Raritan to the Nile.” Rutgers Alumni Newsletter.
www.alumni.rutgers.edu/news.

Spring 2005. “Fulbright Scholar Heads to Egypt.” Egret. University of Houston-Clear
Lake. p.3.

February 24, 2005. “ Returning Home: Scholars Say More Research is Needed on the
Societal Re-Entry of the Formerly Incarcerated.” Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
www.diverse issues.com.

February, 2005. “University of Houston Success Stories: Fulbright Scholar Everette
Penn.” University of Houston Success Stories. www.uh.edu/admin/media/uhsuccess.

February, 2005. “University of Houston Clear Lake Professor Wins Fulbright Grant.”
The Citizen.

December 6, 2004. “Criminology Professor Wins Fulbright: Next Stop Egypt.”
The Uhclidian p.5

January 17, 2002. “ Adding A Necessary Voice: Prairie View‟s Juvenile Justice
Program Aims to Increase the Number of Minorities with Doctorates in Criminal
Justice.” Black Issues in Higher Education. p.27.

Professional Organization Memberships:
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS)
Association of Remedial Educators
American Society of Criminology (ASC)
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action
Fulbright Alumni Association
Houston World Affairs Council




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