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Curriculum Vitae
Summer 2014
MICAH E. JOHNSON
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Department of Sociology
and Criminology & Law
3219 Turlington Hall
P.O. Box 117330
Gainesville, FL, 32611-7330
Fax: (352) 392-6568
Cell Phone: (850) 321-3194
[email protected]
EDUCATION
~2017
University of Florida, Gainesville
Ph.D. in Sociology
University of Florida
Anticipated Dissertation Topic: Educational Resilience
2014
M.A. in Sociology
University of Florida, Gainesville
Thesis: The Effects of Media on Political Knowledge.
Committee: Barbara Zsembik (Chair), Chuck Peek, and Elizabeth Washington
2008
B.A. in Social Science Education
Florida State University, Tallahassee
Areas of Concentration: Sociology, Psychology and Economics
EMPLOYMENT
2013-current
Research Assistant/Graduate Student Instructor, Department of Sociology and
Criminology and Law, The University of Florida
2011-2013
Teacher, The School District of Osceola County, Kissimmee, Florida.
2010-2011
Volunteer, Ted Lucas Foundation, Miami, Florida.
2008-2010
General Manager, Friendly Neighbors, LLC. Tallahassee, Florida.
RESEARCH INTERESTS
Education
Children and Youth
Stratification and Inequality
PUBLICATIONS
2008
M.E. Johnson. 2007. “Campus Segregation and Diversity”.2007. FSView
PAPERS IN PROGRESS
M.E. Johnson. “Communication and Civic Education: The Effects of Media on
Political Knowledge among American Youth”
M.E. Johnson. Jandy Gu. “LOL, Lessons On Learning From Laughing Out Loud:
Humor as a Pedagogical Instrument to Enhance Collegiate Learning”
M.E. Johnson. “Poly-Discrimination: An Analysis of Adverse Child Experiences and
Health Outcomes”
GRANTS
2013
McKnight Doctoral Fellowship ($95,000)
2013
Board of Education Summer Fellowship ($3,600)
2006
Florida Fund for Minority Teachers Grant ($10,000)
2003
Papa Johns Scholarship (1,000)
GRANTS SUBMITTED
2014
Lydia Donaldson Tutt-Jones Memorial Research Grant ($5,000)
2014
The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences ($1,000)
2013
Ford Foundation Fellowship ($60,000)
PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES
2014
M.E. Johnson. “The Wrecking Ball of Civic Illiteracy.” 35th Annual Southwest
Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association, Albuquerque.
(February)
2014
M.E. Johnson. “Youth Activities, Political Socialization, and Learning Theory.”
2014 McKnight Doctoral Mid-Year Research & Writing Conference, Tampa.
(February)
2014
M.E. Johnson. “Pop Culture for Culturally Relevant Pedagogy.” Conference of the
Social Sciences, Gainesville. (March)
2014
M.E. Johnson. “The Popular Prescription for Civic Illiteracy.” The National Popular
Culture Association/American Culture Association, Chicago. (April)
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AWARDS AND HONORS
Teaching Awards/Honors
2012
Favorite Teacher Award, Neptune Middle School
The School District of Osceola County, Florida
2012
Award of Excellence, Neptune Middle School
2011
Best Presentation Award Winner; Neptune Middle School
Professional Awards/Honors
2010
Employee of the year; Friendly Neighbors, LLC.
2008
Member of the Year Award, Mu Epsilon Chapter
The Florida State University
2008
College of Education Scholarship Award
The Florida State University
2006
New Member of the Year, National PanHellenic Council
The Florida State University
2003
Manuscript Award, National Society of Arts and Letters
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2014-Present
Instructor, Principles of Sociology, Department of Sociology and Criminology &
Law, University of Florida, Fall 2014-present
2013
Guest Lecturer, Introduction to Sociology: Stratification, University of Florida,
Gainesville.
2013
Guest Lecturer, Academic Writing: Poverty, Resiliency, and Achievement,
University of Florida, Gainesville
2011-2012
Teacher- Civics, American History, and AVID, Neptune Middle School, Kissimmee
SERVICE
Community and Professional Service
2014
Committee member, REFOCUS, Santa Fe College, Gainesville.
2013
Treasurer, Professional Learning Community, The School District of Osceola
County.
2012
Co-Chair, AVID Elective, Neptune Middle School, The School District of Osceola
County
2011
Full Time Volunteer, Ted Lucas Foundation, Miami FL.
2010
Vice President, A.R.M. Mentoring Group, Tallahassee, Florida.
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2008
President, Mu Epsilon Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated
2008
Creator of the “Black Extinction” Seminar at Florida State University, featuring
Tallahassee Commissioner Bill Proctor and the Honorable C. Clyde Atkins.
2008
Head Coach, Intramural Football, Florida State University, Tallahassee FL.
2008
Assistant Coach, Swift Creek Middle School (Championship Winners), Tallahassee,
FL.
2007
Founder of the “Annual HIV/Aids Awareness Rally”, Florida State University,
Tallahassee
2007
GAC Executive Director, Food-drive coordinator, Second Harvest Food bank,
Tallahassee. Raised over 2,000 pounds of food for Impoverished Children
University and Department Service
2014
Graduate Student Advisory Council, Department of Sociology, University of Florida
2014
President, Florida Society of the Social Sciences, University of Florida
2013
Vice President, Florida Society of the Social Sciences, University of Florida
2013
Co-chair, Programing Committee, BOE Summer Fellowship Program, University of
Florida.
2008
Executive Board, National Pan-Hellenic Council. The Florida State University,
Tallahassee
2007
Director, Greek Activities Council, Florida State University, Tallahassee
MEMBERSHIPS
American Sociological Association
Association of Black Sociologists
Southern Sociological Society
Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association
REFERENCES
Dr. Barbara Zsembik
Associate Professor/Chair
Department of Sociology
and Criminology & Law
[email protected]
Dr. Brian Starks
Professor/Director of CSPRI
Notre Dame, IN 46556-4633
[email protected]
(574) 631-6109
Dr. Chuck Peek
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Associate Professor
Department of Sociology
and Criminology & Law
[email protected]
Dr. Elizabeth Anne Washington
Professor, Social Studies Education
University of Florida, College of Education
[email protected]
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