Curriculum Vita for Connie D. Frey

Academic Address                                                                       
Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies                           
Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville             
Box 1455                                                                              
Edwardsville, IL  62026-1455
Office phone – (618) 650-3323
cfrey@siue.edu                                

Formal Education

∙Ph.D. candidate, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska. 1999 to
  present   (Graduation: December 2006)

∙M.A., 1998, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Major in
  Sociology, Thesis: He Thinks – She Meant: Research in College Students’
  Perceptions of Dating Cues that lead to Date Rape; GPA – 3.889

B.S., 1996, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Major in
  Sociology, Minors in Social Work and Women’s Studies; GPA – 3.871; Graduated
  Magna Cum Laude

Professional Experience

Instructor, 2004-present. Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies, Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville.

Undergraduate Advisor, 2005 – 2007. Sociology and Criminal Justice Studies, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville.

Editor, 2005-present. Edwardsville Journal of Sociology.

Lecturer, 2003-2004. Department of Sociology, Nebraska Wesleyan University.

Associate Editor, 2000 to present. SOCIOLOGICAL ORIGINS.

Intern, 2000. Center on Children, Families, and the Law.

Graduate Research Assistant, 1999 to 2004. Bureau of Sociological Research, University Nebraska–Lincoln.
            2003 – Project Manager, Tobacco Control Evaluation Team.
2002–present – Project Manager, Geosciences Research Project.
2001 – Project Manager, UNL Campus Climate Survey.
2000 – Project Manager, UNL Faculty Roles Initiative Study.
1999 – Research Assistant, Future Nebraska Task Force.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1999 – 2002. University Nebraska – Lincoln.

Research Associate, October 1998 to July 1999. Council of Community Services' Center for Research and Publications, Nashville, Tennessee.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, 1996-1998. Introduction to Sociology, Social Problems,   Marriage and the Family, Life Cycles, Juvenile Delinquency, and Drugs and Society classes, Middle Tennessee State University.

Research Assistant, 1995. Quality of Life in Tennessee study.

Professional Memberships

∙Alpha Kappa Delta, 2002
∙American Sociological Association, 1999
∙American Society of Criminology, 2004

Professional Service

Graduate Student Member, 2002-2004. ASA Section on the History of Sociology Council.

President, 2002-2003. Nebraska Association of Sociology Graduate Students.

Chair, 2002. Graduate Student Participation Task Force for the ASA Section on the History of Sociology.

Chair, 2001-2003. ASA Section on the History of Sociology Graduate Student Awards Committee, 2001-2003.

Research Working Group Coordinator, 2000-2001. Nebraska Association of Sociology Graduate Students.

Writing Workshop Coordinator, Spring 2001. ”Publish or Perish”

Graduate Student Representative, 2000-2001. Nebraska Association of Sociology Graduate Students.

Assistant coordinator, 1998. Western Social Science Association’s Sociology section.

Graduate Student Representative, 1997-1998. Middle Tennessee State University.

Graduate Affairs Committee member and secretary, 1997-1998. Middle Tennessee State University.

Ad Hoc Program Committee member, 1997-1998. Middle Tennessee State University.
Graduate Ambassador, 1997-1998. Graduate Student Sociology Association, Middle Tennessee State University.

Academic Community Service

∙Co-Presenter to the SIUE Criminal Justice Club on Careers in the Criminal Justice Field, October 5, 2004.

∙Sociology and Criminal Justice Week Planning Committee Member, 2004-2005.

Local Community Service

∙June 8, 2005. “The International Influence of Jane Addams, Illinois’ Favorite Daughter.” Presented on behalf of OASIS/Famous-Barr. Alton, Illinois.

∙March 2, 2005. “The International Influence of Jane Addams, Illinois’ Favorite Daughter.” Presented on behalf of Dialogue with Senior Citizens sponsored by the SUIE Office of Continuing Education, and in conjunction with SIUE’s Women’s Studies Program. Edwardsville, IL.

∙March 2, 2005. “The International Influence of Jane Addams, Illinois’ Favorite Daughter.” Presented on behalf of the International Women’s Organization. Edwardsville, IL.

Courses Taught

Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Crime, Marriages and Families, Women in Contemporary Society, Juvenile Delinquency, Qualitative Research Methods, Social Problems, Explaining Crime, Sociology of Deviance, Graduate Seminar on Deviant Behavior and Social Control, Introduction to Criminology, Victims in Society

Conference Participation

2005. “Swimming Upstream: Towards a Critical Pedagogy.” (Panel Member). American Society of Criminology. Toronto, Canada.

2004. “Jane Addams on Peace, Crime, and Religion.” American Society of Criminology. Nashville, Tennessee.

2003. “Recruiting and Retaining Women in the Geosciences:The Results of Telephone Focus Groups.” Where are the Women Geoscience Professors Workshop, Washington, D.C.

2003. Section on History of Sociology Paper Session (Discussant). American Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia.

2003. “Jane Addams Meets Woodrow Wilson: The League of Nations and Pacifism.” American Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (Regular Session)

2003. “Diversity Teaching: Who Bears the Burden?” (Connie D. Frey, Katherine Acosta, Crystal Edwards, Gary Perry, and Helen Moore, co-authors). American Sociological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (Section on Sociology of Education Refereed Roundtables)   

2003. “A Comparison of Telephone and Traditional Focus Group Formats.” (Connie D. Frey and John Horvick, co-authors). International Field Director’s and Technologies Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.

2002. “Jane Addams on Peace and Bread and the Implications for Operation Enduring Freedom.” American Sociological Association. Chicago, Illinois. (Section Session)

2001. “The Birth of Southern Sociology: The Southern Sociological Congress, a Professional Society.” American Sociological Association. Anaheim, California. (Regular Session)

2000. “Reconnecting Today’s Research with Yesterday’s Theory: Jane Addams and the Study of Prostitution.” Mid-South Sociological Association. Knoxville, Tennessee.

2000. Session on History of Sociological Theory. (Organizer). Mid-South Sociological Association. Knoxville, Tennessee.

2000. "Criminology and the Women of the Chicago School.” Midwest Sociological Society Meeting, Chicago, Illinois.

1999. "I am What I am…Or am I? A Self-Exploration of Liminality.” Western Social Science Association. Fort Worth, Texas.

1999. "Theoretically Speaking: Teaching about Women." (Tina Deshotels, Connie D. Frey, and Deronda Wheeler, co-authors). Western Social Science Association. Fort Worth, Texas.

1998. “He Thinks - She Means: Research in MTSU Students' Perceptions of Dating Cues that Lead to Date Rape.” Women and Power Conference. Middle Tennessee State University. Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

1998. “I am What I am…Or am I? A Self-Exploration of Liminality: A Work in Progress.” Women and Power Conference. Middle Tennessee State University. Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
 
1998. “Women on Women: A Letter to Our ForemOTHERS.” (Tina Deshotels, Connie D. Frey, and Deronda Wheeler, co-authors). Mid-South Sociological Association. Lafayette, Louisiana.
1998. Drugs and Society. (Session moderator). Western Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado.

1997. “Middle Tennessee State University’s Sociology Graduate Program.” (Panel member). Tennessee Undergraduate Social Science Symposium, Middle Tennessee State University. Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

1997. “Potpourri” (Session moderator). Tennessee Undergraduate Social Science Symposium. Middle Tennessee State University. Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Publications

2003. Holmes, Mary Anne, Connie Frey, Suzanne O’Connell, and Lois K. Ongley. “The State of Women in the Geosciences.” Pp. 24-25 in Geotimes. Alexandria, VA: American Geological Institute.

2003. “A Brief History of American Criminology.” In Readings in Delinquency and Juvenile Justice, edited by Thomas C. Calhoun and Connie Chapple. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

2002. “Criminology Today and the Ghostly Paths to Its Origins: A Re-Discovery of Jane Addams and the Social Evil. “ In Women in Sociology: Past and Present, 2nd edition, edited by Pat Nation, C. Easterling, and B. D. Phillips. New York: Whittier Publishing.

1999. The 1998 Tennessee Nonprofit Salary and Benefit Survey. 1999. Center for Research and Publications; Tennessee Nonprofit Association. Nashville, TN: Council of Community Services.
Under Review

Maintaining Credibility and Authority as an Instructor of Color in Diversity-Education Classrooms: A Qualitative Inquiry” co-authored by Gary Perry and Crystal Edwards (University of Nebraska – Lincoln), Katherine Acosta (Lead Research Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison), Connie Frey, and Helen Moore (University of Nebraska – Lincoln); submitted to Journal of Higher Education. (Revise and resubmit)

“Sociology Above and Below the Mason-Dixon Line: The Southern Sociological
  Congress and Chicago” submitted to American Sociologist. (Revise and resubmit)


In Progress

Feminist Sociology and Criminology, edited and with an introductory essay by Mary  
  Jo Deegan and Michael R. Hill.

Awards

2003 American Sociological Association Student Forum Travel Award, $200

2002 Elise M. Boulding Award for Distinguished Graduate Student Paper, American Sociological Association Section on Peace, War, and Social Conflict, $150

2002-2003 Fellowship, UNL, $1,000

2001 Alan Booth Graduate Research Competition, Sociology Department UNL, $800

2001-2002 J.J. and Eleanor Ogle Fellowship, UNL, $3,000