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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Africana Studies About the Department Undergraduate Programs Faculty Staff Students Research Scholarships Courses Alumni Friends Giving Facebook Twitter Faculty Staff Students Littisha Bates Title Assistant Professor PhD Arizona State University Office 1014 Crosley Tower Tel 513 556 4714 Email littisha bates uc edu Sociology of Education Early Childhood Education Racial and Ethnic Stratification Demography Quantitative Research Methods Immigration Littisha Bates CV Research Information Research Interests Littisha Bates received her Ph D and M A in Sociology from Arizona State University and her B A from Grand Valley State University At Arizona State University she was trained as quantitative Family Demographer in CePoD Center for Population Dynamics Her research interests include education family demography and social stratification Her current research examines racial ethnic differences in educational outcomes In particular her current projects focus on moving beyond the status quo white Black comparison to include a number of racial ethnic groups In addition to examining a number of racial ethnic groups her work also examines specific ethnic groups as opposed to

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    include New Negro Artists in Paris African American Painters and Sculptors in the City of Light 1922 1934 Rutgers 2001 several anthology chapters essays in Deborah Grant Harlem Renaissance Black Paris Paris Connections African American Artists in Paris and Picture Cincinnati in Song and multiple book and exhibition reviews Leininger Miller has lectured throughout the U S France and Germany and appeared on radio television and in documentaries She has curated exhibitions at the Public Library of Cincinnati Yale University Art Gallery and Weston Art Gallery Awards are from the NEH Georgia O Keeffe Museum Research Center Kress Luce and Smithsonian Institution At UC Leininger Miller won the Diversity Ambassador Award the Outstanding Academic Advising Award the President s Quality Service Award and the Dean s Award for Outstanding Research Leininger Miller was Chair of the national group the Association of Historians of American Art Education Ph D Yale University New Haven CT 1995 History of Art M A Yale University New Haven CT 1988 History of Art B A Xavier University Cincinnati OH 1986 English History with a Peace Studies concentration M Phil Yale University New Haven CT 1990 History of Art Research Information Research Interests African American art esp the Harlem Renaissance 19th 20th c American art modernism and landscape History of photography Public art and public funding History of museums and collecting Art History methodology and professional practices West and Central African art Folk outsider self taught art Honors Awards Faculty Development Council Award 2010 to 2014 Merit Pay Award for Outstanding Service 2009 to 2010 Regional Finalist 2010 Inspire Integrity Award 2009 to 2010 Provost s Committee on Diversity Award 2008 to 2009 University Research Council Award 2007 to 2008 Faculty Bonus Award UC for Outstanding Research Teaching and Service 2003 to 2006 Sarah Grant Barber

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    anthropology I am trained in quantitative qualitative and spatial geographic research techniques as well as in social network analysis Ultimately my goal is but a single one to contribute through sound empirical and ethnographic research to a better understanding and management of international migration Regional interests Latin America Africa U S Education PhD Pennsylvania State University 2009 Anthropology and Demography MA Pennsylvania State University 2004 Anthropology and Demography BA Universidad de Costa Rica 2002 Anthropology Research Information Research Support Event History Analyses of Latin American Migration UC Taft Research Center Travel for Research Grant 2011 Accumulation Inequality and Migration in a Costa Rican Community UC Taft Research Center Faculty Summer Fellowship 2010 Accumulation Inequality and Migration in a Costa Rican Community UC University Research Council Faculty Research Grant 2010 Economic Adaptation and the Self Employment Experience of Nigerian Immigrants in New York City National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Research Grant 2007 Economic Adaptation and the Self Employment Experience of Nigerian Immigrants in New York City Pennsylvania State University Africana Research Center Grant 2005 Economic Adaptation and the Self Exployment Experience of Nigerian Immigrants in New York City Pennsylvania State University Research and Graduate Studies Office Grant 2006 Rural Production Cooperativism and Migration in Costa Rica UC Taft Research Center Travel for Research Grant 2012 Social Networks of Russian Immigrants in Costa Rica National Science Foundation Research Experience for Graduate Students Grant 2003 University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center Research Collaborations grant Respondent Driven Sampling for Migrant Populations 2014 University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center Research Collaborations grant Project Respondent Driven Sampling for Migrant Populations 2011 University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center Research Collaborations grant Respondent Driven Sampling for Migrant Populations 2014 with Dr Littisha Bates University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center Faculty Research grant Measuring Parental Involvement among Migration Populations 2014 University of Cincinnati Taft Research Center Global Studies Research Group grant Measuring the Role of Social Networks on the Incorporation and Socioeconomic Mobility of Latin American Immigrants in Cincinnati A Pilot Study 2014 Pennsylvania State University Department of Anthropology Hill Fellowship Adaptation and the Self Exployment Experience of Nigerian Immigrants in New York City 2005 Wenner Gren Foundation Workshop Grant Theory Epistemology and Ethics of Anthropological Cultural Expertise in the Americas 2015 Publications Peer Reviewed Publications 2011 Rodriguez Leila A Note on Social Obligations Accumulation and the Anti Cyclical Property of Immigrant Remittances International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 1 10 2008 Rodriguez Leila Flujos Migratorios y Contextos de Recepción Guatemaltecos en Cuatro Destinos Revista Centroamericana de Ciencias Sociales 5 1 5 42 2008 Cohen Jeffrey and Leila Rodriguez and Margaret Fox Gender and Migration in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca International Migration 46 1 79 101 2006 Jensen Leif Jeffrey H Cohen Jacqueline Almeida Toribio Gordon F DeJong and Leila Rodriguez Ethnic Identities Language and Economic Outcomes of Dominicans in Reading Pennsylvania a Research Note Social Science Quarterly 87 5 1088 1099 2005 Rodriguez Leila and Jeffrey H Cohen Generations and Motivations Russian and Other Former Soviet

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    Health Study Annals of Behavioral Medicine 17 3 213 220 Evans R I Turner S H Ghee K L Getz G J 1990 Is Androgynous Sex Role Related to Cigarette Smoking in Adolescents Journal of Applied Social Psychology 20 6 494 505 Ghee K L 1990 Enhancing Educational Achievement through Cultural Awareness in Young Black Males The Western Journal of Black Studies 14 2 77 89 Ghee K L 1990 The Psychological Importance of Self Definition and Labeling Black versus African American The Journal of Black Psychology 17 1 75 93 Ghee K L 1988 The History Ideology and Behavior of Positive Black Men Yesterday and Today A Position Paper The Griot Journal of the Southern Conference of Afro American Studies 7 2 3 9 Ghee K L 1987 Who s Stereotyping Who A Conceptual and Theoretical Reinterpretation of the Sagar and Schofield 1981 Study Journal of Black Psychology 14 1 17 23 Ghee K L Rozelle R M and Baxter J C 1986 The Effects of Race Similarity on Interpersonal Judgment in the Graduate Selection Interview British Journal of Social Psychology 25 277 285 Second P F and Ghee K L 1986 Implications of the Black Marriage Market for Family Conflict Journal of Family Issues 7 1 21 30 Russell M L Ghee K L Probstfield J L and Insull W Jr 1983 Development of Standardized Simulated Patients for Quality Control of the Clinical Interview Controlled Clinical Trials 4 197 208 Russell M L Ghee K L Probstfield J L and Insull W Jr 1982 Developing Simulated Patients for Training and Evaluating Trial Staff in Adherence Counseling Abstract Controlled Clinical Trials 3 2 155 Book Chapter Ghee K L 1994 Edu Culture An Innovative Strategy for Promoting Identity and Scholarship in Young African American Males In Jones Borman Eds Book Chapter Investing In U S Schools Directions for Educational Policy NJ Ablex Publishing Corporation pp 102 125 Ghee K L Walker J Younger A 1997 The RAAMUS Academy Evaluation of a two year Edu Cultural After School Intervention with African American Adolescents Book Chapter Watts Jagers eds Manhood Development in Urban African American Communities pp 87 102 Presentations Lectures Paper Presentations 09 28 2001 Gateways to Achievement for African American Youth 18th Annual Assoc of CITE Consortium of Information and Telecommunications Executives Youth Forum Baltimore MD 05 05 2000 Developing African Centered Leadership in the New Millennium 11th Annual African American Leadership Conference Cincinnati OH 04 15 2000 Skills Attributes Weapons and Resources for college success Central State University s Collegiate Visitation Weekend Program Wilberforce OH 05 13 1999 Combating the Assault on African American Children Black Child Development Institute Inc 7th Annual Training Conference Pittsburgh Penn 01 24 1998 Bridging the Gap Between Cultures University of Cincinnati Images of Color Program Cincinnati OH 04 05 1996 Afrocentric Mythology as Social Change Agent University of Cincinnati Department of Psychology Clinical Case Conference Cincinnati OH 03 23 1991 NGHS Writing Group Psychosocial Risk Factors for Obesity in Black and White

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Africana Studies About the Department Undergraduate

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Africana Studies About the Department Undergraduate Programs Faculty Staff Students Research Scholarships Courses

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  • Faculty, Staff & Students, University of Cincinnati
    Make an Impact Giving Support College Priorities Africana Studies About the Department Undergraduate Programs Faculty Staff Students Research Scholarships Courses Alumni Friends Giving Facebook Twitter Faculty Staff Students Clara Matonhodze Title Coord Spec Proj Programs Tel 513 556 0350 Email clara matonhodze uc edu Director Business Events Membership National Council for Black Studies Clara Matonhodze joined the Council in February 2015 under the tutelage of Professor Terry Kershaw As Director for NCBS Clara is responsible for fiscal management communication strategies and annual conference management for NCBS Her multi talented and organizational skills are applied to ensuring NCBS growth and sustainability Clara is also responsible for communications collateral including newsletters annual reports and is the Managing Editor for the International Journal of Africana Studies Published jointly by NCBS and the University of Alabama Prior to joining NCBS Clara was a Senior Program Manager at Cincinnati Museum Center She also spent years as a Journalist in her native Zimbabwe and locally has worked in Communications for the World Affairs Council and for Africa Foundation USA where she volunteered her time and skills She is the current Vice President for African Professionals Network APNET an organization that brings together professionals of African origin

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  • Office of Development, University of Cincinnati
    bachelor s master s Master s Degrees Doctoral Degrees Graduate Certificates Summer classes Students Apply Undergraduate Students Graduate Students Departments Departments Centers and Institutes Interdisciplinary Programs Student Services Faculty Staff A S Business Office Faculty Staff Listing Faculty Achievements Tributes Current Employees Technology Resources Prospective Employees Campus Resources Alumni Friends Share Your News News Events Distinguished Alumni Awards College Advisory Board Hire a McMicken Grad Make an Impact Giving Support

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