Denise O’Neil Green, PhD: Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION
Ph.D.
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education (CSHPE), 2002.

M.P.A.
Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, 1987.

B.A.
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Behavioral Sciences, 1985.

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Assistant Vice President/Vice Provost, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI), Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario (2012-Present).

Associate Vice President for Institutional Diversity, Office for Institutional Diversity, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, (2007 – 2012).

Assistant Professor, Qualitative, Quantitative, and Psychometric Methods (QQPM), Educational Psychology, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, (2005 – 2007).

Senior Research Associate, Office of Qualitative and Mixed Methods Research

Assistant Professor, Higher Education Administration Program, Educational Organization and Leadership, College of Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, (2002 – 2005).

Assistant Director/Program Director, Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives/Pathways to Student Success and Excellence (POSSE), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, (1999 –2002).

Program Coordinator, Graduation Retention Improvement Program (GRIP), Office of Minority Affairs, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan, (1992 – 1996).

Substitute Teacher, Greenville Public Schools, Greenville, Mississippi. Substituted for elementary, middle, and high school teachers who taught basic math, algebra, art, and history.  (Fall 1990).

Research/Program Coordinator.  Chicago Panel on Public School Policy and Finance, Chicago, Illinois, (1987 – 1989).

PUBLICATIONS
Cotton, K., & Green, D.O. (2014). Leveraging New Media as Social Capital for Diversity Officers: A How-To Guide for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Professionals Seeking to Use Social Media to Carve a Niche in the Social Networking Space. In V. Benson, & S. Morgan (Eds.) Cutting-Edge Technologies and Social Media Use in Higher Education (pp. 294-319). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Green, D.O. & Meraz Lewis, R. (2013). It’s my prerogative: Black women administrators share their challenges of race and gender at predominately white Michigan institutions. In Zamani-Gallaher, E.M., & Polite, V.C. (Eds.), African American Females: Addressing challenges and nurturing the future (pp. 187-216). Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.

Kim, E., & Green, D.O.  (2012). Using Qualitative Methods to Understand the Experiences of Korean Female Doctoral Students:  Mining Gender and Racial Stereotypes.  In D. Nagata, L. Kohn-Wood, & L. Suzuki (Eds.).  Qualitative strategies for ethnocultural research (pp. 237-256).  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Green, D.O.  (2011). [Review of the book Ethnic and Racial Administrative Diversity: Understanding Work Life Realities and Experiences in Higher Education by Jerlando F. L. Jackson and Elizabeth M. O’Callaghan]. Review of Higher Education, 34 (4), 710-712.

Green, D.O.  (2009).  Shifting from racial equality to racial diversity: Michigan’s answer to the affirmative action college admissions debate. In P.A. Pasque, N.A. Bowman, & M. Martinez (Eds.), Critical issues in higher education for the public good: Qualitative, quantitative, & historical research perspectives (pp. 27-49). Kennesaw, GA: Kennesaw State University Press.

Zamani, E., Green, D.O., Brown, C., & Stovall, D. (2009).  The case for affirmative action on campus: Concepts for equity, considerations for practice.  Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing.

Green, D.O.  (2008). Categories.  In L. M. Given (Ed.), The sage encyclopedia of qualitative research methods (Vol. 1, pp. 71-72).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Green, D.O., Creswell, J., Shope, R., & Plano Clark, V.  (2007).  Grounded theory and diversity.  In T. Bryant and K. Charmaz (Eds.),  The handbook on grounded theory (pp. 472-492).  London: Sage Publications. 

Green, D.O.  (2007).  Using qualitative methods to assess academic success and retention programs for underrepresented minority students.  New directions for institutional research, 136, 41-53.

Green, D.O. (2006). Historically underserved students: What we know, what we still need to know.  New directions for community colleges, 135, 21-28.

Green, D.O., & Trent, W.  (2005).  The public good and a racially diverse democracy.  In A. Kezar, T. Chambers, &  J. Burkhardt (Eds.), Higher education for the public good: Emerging voices from a national movement (pp. 102-123).  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Green, D.O. & Kim, E. (2005).  Experiences of Korean female doctoral students in academe: Raising voice against gender and racial stereotypes.  Journal of College Student Development, 46(5), 487-500.

Green, D.O.  (2004). Fighting the battle for racial diversity:  A case study of Michigan’s institutional responses to Gratz and GrutterEducational Policy, 18(5), 733-751.

Green, D.O.  (2004).  Justice and diversity: Michigan’s response to Gratz, Grutter, and the affirmative action debate.  Urban Education, 39(4), 374-393.

PAPERS, PRESENTATIONS & WORKSHOPS

Green, D.O.  (September, 2013) Experiencing Accessibility in the US and Canada: A Story of Hope.
Annual General Meeting for the Ontario Job Opportunity Information Network (JOIN), Toronto, ON.

Green, D.O. (April, 2013).  Reflections on Diversity & Excellence: OAMI Through the Years.  Invited speaker for panel discussion for the Office of Academic Multicultural Initiatives 25th Anniversary Symposium at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnqTW4ngCwo

Green, D.O.  (June, 2012).  Privilege, Allies and Advocacy.  Invited closing session presented at the Michigan College Personnel Association at Grand valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI.

Green, D.O.  (June, 2011, 2010 & 2009). Culturally sensitive qualitative research methods with diverse populations. Invited lecture presented at the American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute on Research Methods with Diverse Racial and Ethnic Groups at Michigan State University, Lansing, MI.

Green, D.O.  (January, 2009).  Building inclusive classrooms. Invited lecture presented at Faculty Development Day, Macomb Community College, Warren, MI.

Green, D.O.  (September, 2008).  Building cultural competency and inclusive classrooms: A qualitative teaching approach. Plenary presentation conducted at the annual Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching and Learning, Traverse City, MI.

Green, D.O.  (June, 2008). Culturally sensitive qualitative research methods with diverse populations. Invited lecture presented at the American Psychological Association Advanced Training Institute on Research Methods with Diverse Racial and Ethnic Groups at Michigan State University, Lansing, MI.

Green, D.O., Land, L., Wang, S., & Kim, E.  (April, 2007).  Designing qualitative studies with a racial/ethnic diversity focus:  A pragmatic approach.  Professional workshop conducted at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Green, D.O. (November, 2006).  Diversity and qualitative research: Incorporating racial/ethnic diversity into the grounded theory approach.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Anaheim, CA.

Green, D.O. (November, 2005).  Fighting the battle for racial diversity: A case study of Michigan’s institutional responses to Gratz and Grutter.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA.

Green, D.O. (April, 2004).  Affirmative action, conflict, and the University of Michigan: An insider’s perspective.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

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