William R Morgan
 Title: Vice Provost, Fac Affairs/Prof
 Dept: College of Liberal Arts and Social Science, Dean's Office
 Office: AC 333
 Phone: 216-687-3588,  216-687-4500
 Fax: 216-687-9314
 Email: W.MORGAN@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. AC 333, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Ph.D., Sociology, University of Chicago, 1970
M.A., Sociology, University of Chicago, 1967
B.A., Sociology, University of Chicago, 1965
Brief Bio:
Interests include Social Psychology, Sociology of Education, Sociology of West Africa.
Teaching Areas:
Undergraduate courses (ranked most frequent first):
Social Statistics
Research Methods
Social Psychology (general and advanced topics)
Sociology of Education
Sociology of Minorities
Race and Ethnic Inequality
Sociology of West Africa
Sociology of Nonwestern Societies
Comparative Cultures
Human Resource Policy
Social Stratification

Graduate courses:
Social Statistics (intermediate and advanced topics)
Research Methods
Social Psychology
Human Resource Planning
Race and Ethnicity in American Society
University Service:

Faculty Senate, one term
Graduate Council, one term
Graduate Council Petitions committee
CLASS Peer Review committee
Arts and Sciences College Reorganization committee
Arts and Sciences Program Review committee(two terms)
Urban Affairs Doctoral Program Program Review committee, chair
Arts and Sciences Academic Standards committee
Arts and Sciences Liberal Studies Advisory Committee (chair, one term)
Senate Computational Services Committee (chair, one term)
Senate University Bookstore Advisory Committee
Senate Convocation Center Advisory Committee
University Mission Statement, Faculty Senate Drafting Committee
B.A. Jones Endowed Lecture Series, Organizing Committee Co-Chair (12 years)
Faculty Secretary, College of Arts and Sciences (two terms), College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (one term)
Arts and Sciences Dean's Ad Hoc Budget Committee
Faculty Peer Review Committees for Social Work, Economics, Political Science
Search committees for Acting Dean, Arts and Sciences; for Director, Urban Child Research Center, for Academic Liaison and Chief Information Officer, Information Services and Technology, for Chair, Religious Studies Department (chair).
University Honors Program Departmental Liaison
Professional Service:
Research Proposal reviewer for National Science Foundation Sociology Program, Measurement Methods and Data Resources Program, 1982-98;  for U.S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, 1996-99 (panel chair, 1997).

Article referee for American Sociological Review, American Journal of Sociology, American Sociologist, Demography, Social Forces, Social Problems, Social Science Quarterly, Sociological Focus, Sociological Inquiry, Social Psychology Quarterly (Editorial Board Member, 1985-1987), Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Sociology of Education.

Book reviewer for Contemporary Sociology, Library Quarterly, Wm. C. Brown Publishers, Dorsey Press, and Indiana University Press.

External reviewer for social science doctoral candidates, University of Madras (Chennai) and Andhra University, India, 1996-98, 2002.

External referee for promotion candidate, Bayero University, Nigeria, 2005.

National Institute on Drug Abuse International Research Exchange Program (INVEST), 2001- 2003, member.
Community Service:
Certified Grievance Committee of the Cuyahoga County Bar Association (appointed lay member, 2001-).

City of Cleveland/MetroHealth Ward Five AIDS Education Program (technical consultant, 2001- 2003).

The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. (Urban Parks Initiative Evaluation, Cleveland survey director, 1996-1999).

Miracle Village Chemical Dependency Treatment Program, Metro Health/ Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, (Executive Committee, 1995-2000).

The Public Policy Forum, Milwaukee (National Advisory Panel for the Private School Choice Accountability Project 1996-1998).

The Urban Institute, Washington, D.C. (Urban Parks Initiative Evaluation, Cleveland survey director, 1996-1999).

Ohio Department of Youth Services (senior management development, 1987-1988).

City of Chicago Department of Planning (Rogers Park community planning program, 1986).

Harvard University Graduate School of Education (Student Choice Project technical support, 1984-1985).

New York City, Deputy Mayor=s union-management cooperation program (facilitator training, 1982).  

Bayero University, Kano, Nigeria (staff school evaluation, 1980).

Louisville Public Schools and U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (school desegregation planning, 1973-1975).
Research Grants:
Project Director,"A Comparative Curriculum for Criminology and Deviance in the Cleveland State and Bayero University Sociology Departments," Fulbright Educational Partnerships Program, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, U.S. Department of State, 2003-2007 ($110,760).

Principal Investigator, "Mothers' Drug Treatment and Children's Resiliency," National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1995-2002 ($2,015,904).

Principal Investigator, "Closed Cases Study I and II" Ohio Department of Job and Family Services [formerly Department of Human Services].   Subcontracted through the primary contractor, the Center for Human Resource Research, The Ohio State University, 1999-2000 ($84,682).

Principal Investigator, HBCU Supplement to AMothers= Drug Treatment and Children=s Resiliency,@ National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1995-1996. Mentor to Dr. Kim Hitchcock at Central State University ($50,000).

Principal Investigator, "Developing a Supplementary Education Program for Low-Income Youth at the Cleveland African-American Museum," Ohio Board of Regents Urban Universities Program, 1990-92; continuation grant from Urban Child Research Center, 1992-93 ($30,000).

Principal Investigator, "Factors Influencing Educational Aspirations," National Institute of Mental Health, 1973-1974 ($7500).

Principal Investigator, "Relative Deprivation, Militancy, and Aspirations," National Institute of Mental Health, 1974-1976 ($7500).

Senior project associate on several contracts and grants to the Center for Human Resource Research, The Ohio State University:
1)  Ohio Department of Development, Center for Labor-Management Cooperation, 1986-1989.
2)  U.S. Department of Labor, National Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Force Experience, 1981-1985.
3)  City of Columbus, Quality of Working Life Program, 1980-1983.
4)  National Institute of Mental Health, Rituals in the Workplace, 1980-1981.

Faculty research grant, Educational and Occupational Attitudes of Kano City Boys:  1965-1979 Trends, Bayero University, Nigerian Universities Commission, 1979-1980 ($3000).

Faculty research grant, Educational Plans and Performances of High School Seniors, Indiana University, 1973 (2500).