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1 CONRAD W. WORRILL, Ph.D. NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY JACOB H. CARRUTHERS CENTER FOR INNER CITY STUDIES 700 EAST OAKWOOD BOULEVARD CHICAGO, ILLINOIS EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND: Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Wisconsin, 1973 M.A., Social Service Administration, University of Chicago, 1971 B.S., Applied Behavioral Science, George Williams College, 1968 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: JAN PRESENT FEB JAN AUG PRESENT Director of the Jacob H. Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (CCICS) of Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) Acting Director of the Center for Inner City Studies (CICS) of Northeastern Illinois University (NEIU) Professor of Inner City Studies Education (ICSE) in the Department of Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies (EICS) AUG Professor and Academic Program Coordinator for Inner City Studies Education (ICSE) in the Department of Educational Inquiry and Curriculum Studies (EICS) Professor and Academic Program Coordinator for Inner City Studies Education (ICSE) in the Department of Educational Leadership and Development (ELAD) Northeastern Illinois University Chairman and Professor of the Department of Inner City Studies Education RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises and evaluates full-time faculty members, organizes their schedules and advising activities. Plans and negotiates courses to be offered at Northeastern with chairpersons and academic deans. Implements contracts and mediates grievances involving unions, such as American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Local 1989; International Brotherhood of Firemen and 1

2 Oilers AFL-CIA, Local #7; International Union of Operating Engineers AFL-CIO, Local 3339; and American Federation of Teachers. Prepares and monitors budget of both state appropriated funds and grant funds from external sources, such as the Department of Human Services. Chaired committee on Lincoln Center Rehabilitation to ensure that the Center had an educational function. DEPARTMENTAL COMMITTEE Associate Department Chair 1978-PRESENT 1979-PRESENT 1979-PRESENT 1980-PRESENT Chair, Inner City Studies Education Program Curriculum Committee Member, Faculty Evaluation Committee Graduate Advisor Chair, Inner City Studies Education Program Outreach Committee UNIVERSITY SERVICE 2003-PRESENT Member, Search & Screen Committee for Director of the Center for Inner City Studies Chair, Search & Screen Committee for the Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Development Chair, Search & Screen Committee for the Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Development Member, College of Education Policy Committee Member, Council of Chairpersons Member, Affirmative Action Committee: Participated in the development of NEIU s affirmative action policy and helped monitor its implementation Member, Management Team of CICS: Supervised employees in the following areas; maintenance, library, Office of Admissions, Records, Recruitment, and Retention. 2

3 1979 Member, Search & Screen Committee for Dean, College of Education 1981 Member, Search & Screen Committee for Business and Management Division Director OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Coordinator for Urban Programs and Assistant Professor Institute for Environmental Awareness George Williams College Urban Dynamics / Inner City Fund, Chicago, Illinois Consultant / Educational Specialist East High School, Madison, Wisconsin, Black Studies Teacher Co-Director, Project Pride, Madison, Wisconsin Black Strategy Center for Community Development, Chicago, Illinois Sears Roebuck YMCA, Youth Director, Chicago, Illinois Chicago Medical School, Field Work, Chicago, Illinois YMCA Hotel of Metropolitan Chicago, Assistant Manager, Chicago, Illinois JOURNALISM: Since October 1983, writes a syndicated weekly column, Worrill s World that appears in most African American newspaper across the country. These writings are currently being prepared to be published in book form titled, African Centered Essays, Critiques and Commentaries. PUBLICATIONS: Major contributor in work, Should America Pay? Slavery and the Raging Debate on Reparation. Edited by Dr. Raymond A. Winbush. HarperCollins Publishers, Inc: New York Author of NBUF, Genocide, and the Reparations Movement. Edited by Rosetta Cash and Leon Harris. Published by the National Black United Front: Chicago, Illinois Worrill s World. Articles and themes on Black Liberation, Published by the National Black United Front: Chicago, Illinois

4 The Historical Trends of African American Participation In Electoral Politics. Published in Black Books Bulletin (BBB), Vol. 8. Published by the Institute of Positive Education: Chicago, Illinois Annual. Biblio One: Books That Present Theories and Policies Designed to Disrupt and Dismantle the National Community. Published in Black Books Bulletin (BBB), Vol. 7, No. 1. Published by the Institute of Positive Education: Chicago, Illinois Book review: Reluctant Reformers, by Robert L. Allen. Published in Black Books Bulletin (BBB), Vol. 5, No. 4. Published by the Institute of Positive Education: Chicago, Illinois. Winter Article, Another Look At Roots. Published in Black Books Bulletin (BBB), Vol. 5, No. 1. Published by the Institute of Positive Education: Chicago, Illinois. Spring The Afrocentric World Review, Vol. 1, No. 3. Summer Early American Socialism: The Emergence of the Socialist Party in America. Association of African Historians Newsletter, Vol. 1, No Co-editor and writer, June 1976 October Contributor to The Million Man March / Day of Absence Mission Statement. Published by University of Sankore Press: Los Angeles, Third World Press: Chicago, and FCN Publishing Company: Chicago. October CONSULTANT EXPERIENCE 1968-PRESENT Consultant to numerous educational, social service, and governmental agencies in the United States. Harambee School, Curriculum Development. Columbus, Ohio W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center, Curriculum Development. Kansas City, Missouri. Governmental Resources Development. Detroit, Michigan. Black Seeds Organizational Development. Washington, D.C. East Community Organization Not-For-Profit Agencies and Fund Raising. New York, New York. Shape Center Employee Training and Development. Houston, Texas. 4

5 The B.L.K. Group, Inc. Management Consultants. Staff Development and Training Project with United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Washington, D. C. Woodlawn Experimental Schools Project, Chicago Public Schools: Organizational and Staff Development. Association of Black Trainers: Developed training program for college work-study students, Share 20 Project. YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, Jobs Now Program: Set up training programs for staff members concerning organizational issues. George Williams College, Black Trainers Development Program (NTL): Training Skills Health Ohio Board of Education, Heath High School: consultant for parents, teachers, and students on school related problems. Ohio State University, International Student Dialogue Conference: Responsible for organizing and administering conference. Maywood Board of Education, Proviso East High School: Worked directly with parents and students on school related problems. HONORS /AWARDS / DISTINCTIONS Teacher Training of Teachers (TTT) Fellowship, , University of Wisconsin, Office of Education. PROFESSIONAL ASSIGNMENT Field Work Supervisor, School of Social Service Administration, University of Chicago. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS Association of African Historians (AAH) African Heritage Studies Association (AHSA) Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC), International and Midwest Regional member Kemetic Institute of Chicago 5

6 CIVIC ADDITIONAL AWARDS ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES Board Member, Black United Fund of Illinois (Charity) Board Member, National Black United Front (Community Organization) Past President of the Board, Firman Community Services Coordinator, Communications Task Force Received numerous award and recognitions from schools, churches, and community organizations over the past twenty-five years for outstanding leadership in the African American Community and Service. Served as a talk show host on the WVON radio program, On Target for ten years. Served as Special Consultant of Field Operations for the historic Million Man March / Day of Absence that took place October 16, 1995 in Washington, D.C. Also, served as a member of the Million Man March / Day of Absence Executive Council and National Organizing Committee. Participated in the United Nations World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, August September, Participated in the United Nations Center for Human Rights Deliberations in May SPECIAL ENGAGEMENTS TRAVEL Over the past thirty years, Worrill has been a major speaker on over 200 college and university campuses throughout the United States. The lectures and presentations have covered a wide variety of historical, educational, and human rights issues. Additionally, Worrill has been called upon to give lectures, speeches, workshops, and presentations for churches, community organizations, and other educational institutions throughout the country. Traveled extensively throughout the United States, to parts of Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean on study tours and speaking engagements since Last updated 23 January

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