|Education||Doctor of Philosophy in economics,
Master of Arts in Economics, January 1996
State University of New York at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY
Bachelor of Arts in Economics, May 1994
|Dissertation||Title: "Faculty Mobility
Intentious: Implications of Environment and Institutional
Components on Turnover in Higher Education"
Committee: Dr. Solomon Polachek, chair, Dr. Stanley Masters, Dr. Thomas Cowing
|Ph. D. Fields||Labor, Industrial Organization, Public Regulation, Poverty, Education|
|Teaching Experience||Assistant Professor - Department
of Economics, California State University Bakersfield, Fall 2000-present
Essentials of Microeconomics, Microeconomic Theory, Gender and Diversity in the Workplace, and Poverty and Discrimination
Instructor - Department of Economics,
Binghamton University, Fall 1996-2000
Instructor - School of Education and Human Development, Binghamton University, 1994-1996
Teaching Assistant - Department of Economics,
Binghamton University, 1994-1995
|Work Experience||Post Doctorate - Harpur College
Deans Office, Binghamton University, Fall 1999-Spring 2000
Engage in collaborative labor economic research, act as associate editor of Research in Lab Economics, and co-teach upper level labor economics undergraduate course.
|Publications||"Atrophy Rates in Male and Female
occupations" (with John Robst), Economic Letters, October 2000, v.69,
n3, pp. 407-417.
"Earnings Differentials in Bakersfield: How do we fare?" Kern Economic Journal, v2 n4, 2000. reprinted as "Educated Male Hispanics Fare Well in Bakersfield" Bakersfield Business Journal, February 26 - March 12, 2001, 10 issue 4, pp. 5.
"Perceptions of Female Faculty Treatment in Higher Education: Which Institutions Treat Women Moe Fairly?" (with John Robst and Solomon Polachek) on review with Economics of Education Review.
"Gender Differences in Reasons for Job Mobility Intentions in Higher Education" (with John Robst) on review with Research in Labor Economics.
|Work in Progress||Research and teaching Institutions: How
do Perceptions of Female Faculty Differ?
submitting to Sociology of Education Spring 2001.
|University Service||Humanities and Social Science Curriculum Committee||Fall 2000-present|
|Liberal Studies Committee||Winter 2001-present|
|Social Science Assessment Committee||Winter 2001-present|
|Department Service||Student Retention and Recruitment||Fall 2000-present|
|Liberal Studies Committee||Fall 2000-present|
|Alumni Association and Newsletter||Fall 2000-present|
|Library Liason||Fall 2000-present|
|Grants||Faculty Diversity Program 2000-2001
January 2001 Web Development Grant Program
(50 student hours to develop WebCT materials for Econ 201)
January 2001 Web Development Grant Program (20 student hours to expand web page)
January 2001 Teaching Grant Program ($200.00 to attent Central CA Conference on Assessing Student Outcomes)
|Awards||Certificate in College Teaching, Binghamton University||1999-2000|
|NSF/AIR Fellowship Award Winner, Binghamton University||Summer 1999|
|Dissertation Year Fellowship, Binghamton University||Spring 1999|
|Excellence in Teaching Award, Binghamton University||1998-1999|
|Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Binghamton University||1994-1998|
|Oreon E. Scott Award For Distinction in Scholarship, Bethany College||1993-1994|
|Forrest H. Kirkpatrick Award in Economics, Bethany College||1993-1994|
|Economics and Business Senior Fellow, Bethany College||1993-1994|
|Academic Offices||President Economics Graduate Student
Organization, Binghamton University 1997-1998
Treasurer Economics Graduate Student Organization, Binghamton University 1996-1997
Economics Department Graduate Committee, Binghamton University 1996-1997
Teaching Assistant Mentor, Binghamton University 1997
|Professional Affiliations||American Economics Association
Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession
Association for Institutional Research
Eastern Economic Association