Linda Mariposa Marangia Ph. D. Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Behavioral Science Metropolitan State College of Denver, Campus Box 28 Denver, Colorado 80217-3362 Current Position: Professor, Sociology/Department Chair education



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Linda Mariposa Marangia Ph.D.

Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Behavioral Science

Metropolitan State College of Denver, Campus Box 28

Denver, Colorado 80217-3362
Current Position: Professor, Sociology/Department Chair

EDUCATION:
Ph.D. (1990) Sociology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Discipline: Sociology

MS (1984) Sociology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Discipline: Sociology

BS (1981) Sociology University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. Discipline: Sociology


EMPLOYMENT:
Professor (since 2004); Associate Professor (2004-1997); Assistant Professor (1997-1992). Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Behavioral Science. Metropolitan State College of Denver. Denver, Colorado

Courses taught: Current Social Issues, Family in Transition, Introduction to Sociology, Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory, Social Research Methods, Advanced Social Research Methods, Social Classes in the United States; Work, Occupations, and Industries, Work and Family Dynamics in Small Family Businesses; sociology of Visual Arts; Social Action Thru Art, Urban Sociology. Applied Sociology (capstone), Mass Media and Social Behavior; the Post-Modern Lifestyle (1992- Present)


Assistant Professor

Department of Social Sciences, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan

Courses taught: Introductory Sociology, Stratification and Inequality, Gender Roles in Society, Marriage and Family, Deviance and Social Control, Leisure in Society. (1989-1992)
Teaching Fellow

Department of Sociology, University of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah

Courses taught: Introduction to Sociology, Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory, Research Methods, Social Organization, Juvenile Delinquency, The Life Course, Social Problems. (1988-1989)

SCHOLARSHIP, CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
Publications
Refereed
“Teaching Sociological Theory through Organizational Cases”. Sociological Practice: (pp. 103-112) A Journal of Clinical and Applied Sociology. Volume 4, Number 2. (June 2002)
“From Tradition to Communication: Modern Marriage.” R. Wade and M. Shwayder (Eds.).

Sociology: Order and Disorder. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. (1994)

"A Comparative Study of the Occupational Attainment Processes of White Men and Women in the United States: The Effects of Having Ever Married Spousal Education, Children, and having ever divorced." Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume XXIV. (1993)



Non-Refereed
“Power of Two” Art Calendar Magazine: the Business Magazine for Visual Artists

February. Volume 15. No.2 (2001)


Sights and Sounds of Larimer: “The Start of Something Good.” LoDo and Downtown

Denver News. August. Denver, Colorado (2000)
AWOL Patterns of Youthful Offenders in Community Programs Division of Youth Corrections, State of Utah (report). (1986) Division of Youth Corrections, State of Utah (report). (1985)
"Militarization and Income Inequality in Third World Countries", Proceedings of Third World Studies Conference. (1983)


Presentations
Session Chair and Presenter: Other Areas of Arts and Humanities: “Creativity Joining Forces for Social Change. 7th Annual Hawaii International Conference on the Arts and Humanities.

January 9-12, 2009. Hyatt Hawaiian Village. Honolulu, Hawaii


Presenter (Invited) “Arts Based Community Services with Outcomes” October 24, 2008. The Lab at Belmar. Colorado Council on the Arts
Teaching Roundtable: Critical Changes in Sociology for the 21st Century:” Are ‘old theories’ and concepts still relevant? Western Social Sciences Association 50th Annual Conference. Denver, Colorado. April 23-26 2008 Grand Hyatt Hotel. Roundtable presentation with Tadini Bacigalupi, Aileen Lucero, Melissa Monson, Gesemia Nelson, Martha Shwayder, Beth Wilson
Teaching Roundtable: Plagiarism: “What to do, when it comes to you?” Western Social Sciences Association 49th Annual Conference. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. April 11-14, 2007 Roundtable presentation with: Tadini Bacigalupi, Aileen Lucero; Gesemia Nelson, Martha Shwayder, Rae Shevalier,
“Socio-Expressive Exploration though the Arts”. Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology: 2006 Conference: Sociology for What? Building our World October 26-28, 2006. Crowne Plaza Hotel. San Jose, California.
“Making Sociology Relevant in the 21st Century”. 2005 Annual Western Social Science Association Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico. April 13-16, 2005. Roundtable presentation with: Tadini Bacigalupi, Aileen Lucero; Martha Shwayder, Rae Shevalier, Roger Wade

“Sociological Theory and Action through Visual Arts: 2004. Mid-West Sociological Society 2004 Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO April 15-18 2004.


“Social Action and Art-Based Projects”. The Western Social Science Association Annual Conference”. Riviera Hotel and Casino. Las Vegas Nevada (April 10- 12 2003)
“Maintaining Your Course Standards in the Face of Bureaucratic and Student Opposition”. Western Social Sciences Las Vegas The Western Social Science Association Annual Conference”. Riviera Hotel and Casino. Las Vegas New Mexico (April 10- 12 2003) (Roundtable presentation with: Tadini Bacigalupi, Aileen Lucero; Martha Shwayder, Rae Shevalier, Roger Wade)
“The Process of Self-Identification: Becoming a Working Artist” The Pacific Sociological Annual Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada (April 18- 21, 2002)
“Making a Living as a Working Artist”. The Seventy-Second Pacific Sociological Annual Meeting. Cathedral Hill Hotel Conference. San Francisco, CA San Francisco (2001) (March 28- April 1, 2001)
“Applying a Sociological Framework to the Development of Art Industries:

A Cross Disciplinary Course.” The 2000 Association for Integrative Studies Conference.

Portland, State University. Portland. Oregon. (October 5-8, 2000)
"Sociological Theory and Starting Up a Nonprofit System: The Heart Studio Case.

The Society for Applied Sociology Seventeenth. Annual Meeting. Doubletree Hotel,

Lincoln CTR Dallas, Texas. (October 28-31, 1999)
"Home and Work Life Satisfaction among Family Business Employees"

The Pacific Sociological Conference. San Francisco, CA. (April 19-22 1998)


“Classical and Contemporary Theory Applications: Designing Virtual Offices and Tinkering with Real Ones”. (Presider of Panel Sessions: with Kathryn Ann Love, Kerri Anne Dallman, Julie Regehr, and Donna Thorpe. The Society for Applied Sociology Sixteenth annual Meeting. Adams Mark Hotel. (October 22-24, 1998)
“Applying Theoretical Probes to Assessing Parts, Pieces and People”

The Society for Applied Sociology Fifteenth Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Oakbrook, Illinois. (October 30-November 2, 1997)
“Communication Dynamics of Family Members in Small Family Business”.

The Society for Applied Sociology Fifteenth Annual Meeting. Hyatt Regency Hotel.

Oakbrook, Illinois. (October 30-November 2, 1997)
“Conflict Awareness of Women in Small Family Businesses as Related to Occupational Status”

Western Social Science Association Annual Conference (Thirty-ninth). Albuquerque Hilton and Holiday Mountain View. Albuquerque, New Mexico (April 23-26, 1997)


"Diagnosing Work Related Problems with Sociological Theory: Toolbox Approach."

Society for Applied Sociology Annual Conference. Best Western American Hotel.

Atlanta, Georgia (October 17-20, 1996)
Building an Applied Undergraduate Sociology Program at a Diverse, Urban Institution

Society for Applied Sociology Annual Conference. Best Western American Hotel.

Atlanta, Georgia (October 17-20, 1996)
“Integrating Critical Thinking and Content in Sociology Courses: The Five-Step Process”

Second Annual Colorado Assessment Conference. Marriott Hotel. Fort Collins, CO.

(April 1994)

"Does Marriage Effect Status Mobility." (With Bam Dev Sharda, first author) Paper presented at the International Sociological Association. Salt Lake City, Utah. (August 17, 1992).


"Marriage, Children and Occupational Attainment of African Americans." (With Richard E. Ball, second author) Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations. Denver, Colorado, (November, 1991)
"Global Happiness of African American Husbands and Wives (with Richard Ball, first author)

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations.

Denver, Colorado. (November 1991)
"Gender and the Socioeconomic Attainment Process in Marriage and Divorce."

(With Bam Dev Sharda, second author) Paper presented at the International Conference on Gender and the Family at Brigham Young University. Provo, Utah, (February, 1991)


"The Effect of Marriage, Spousal Achievement, and Children: Occupational Attainment in the United States in the 80's." (With Bam Dev Sharda, second author) Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations. Seattle, Washington (November 1990)
"Marriage, Family Formation, and Occupational Attainment: Reciprocal Effects, Gains and Losses for Spouses." (With Bam Dev Sharda, first author) Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Sociological Association at the University of Utrecht, Netherlands (April 1989).
"Foreign Economic and Military Penetration, Economic Development and Income Inequality in Third World Nations" Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Social Science Association Conference, San Francisco, California, (April, 1987)
"Militarization and Income Inequality in Third World Countries". Paper presented at Third World Studies Conference, University of Nebraska at Omaha, (October 1983)

Non-Refereed:
Closing Speech: Social Action through the Arts: “What About the Animals?” December 7th, 2007. St. Cajetan’s. Auraria Campus. Denver Colorado. An MSCD Social Action through Arts Public Relations Event.
Keynote Speaker: Social Action through the Arts: “Hand it Over: Celebrating Community Conservation”. December 7th, 2006. Tivoli Turnhalle. Auraria Campus. Denver Colorado. An MSCD Social Action through Arts Public Relations Event.
Organization: Social Arts Team Student Group and the Institute for Woman’s Studies and Services. Civic Dialogue Coordinator and Discussant: “Changing Seasons: Woman’s Expression through the Arts”. Multicultural Lounge. The Tivoli Center May 1, 2003.
First Annual Art that Heals Symposium. Heart Studio Arts and Wellness Center

Denver, Colorado (September 30, 2000)


Program Development for Grant Proposals. Heart Arts and Wellness Center.

Denver, Colorado (August 12, 1999)


Social Operations Sensitivity: Education and Training. Audience: Recruitment Team for City of Boulder Department of Police. Auraria Campus (July 10-11, 1996)
“Guidelines for Writing and Grading Critical Thinking Essays”. Tivoli Center. Metropolitan State College of Denver. Denver, Colorado (December 1, 1994)
"Student/New Professional Needs Assessment Report to the National Council on Family Relations Board of Directors. Mid-Year Board Meeting. Minneapolis Hilton and Towers. Minneapolis, Minnesota. April 22-25, 1993.
"The State of Research on Juvenile Offenders in the Custody of Youth Corrections" Paper presented at Board of Youth Corrections Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 1986.
Exhibitions: Non Refereed
Social Action through Art Exhibitions:

Project Director: (DVD) Spirituality, Life, and Death: The Egyptian Kingdom and the United States. Produced by Scott Houck CAT Lab. Metropolitan State College of Denver

February 2008.


Project Director: What about the Animals. December 7th 2007? St. Cajetan’s Church.Auraria Campus. Denver Colorado. An MSCD Social Action through Arts production.
Project Director: Spirituality, Life and Death: Socio-Cultural Expressions of the Egyptian Kingdom. August 3rd 2007. St. Francis Atrium, Auraria Campus. Denver Colorado. An MSCD Social Action through Arts production.
Project Director: “Hand it Over: Celebrating Community Conservation. December 7th. Tivoli Turnhalle Auraria Campus. Denver Colorado. An MSCD Social Action through Arts production.
Project Director: Urban Arts Project:”MOBB: Movin’Openin’ Breakin’ Barriers

Art Students League of Denver. Denver Colorado (December 3, 2004)


Project Director: Social Issues and Transportation Project “Back on Track”

Tivoli Turn Hall, Auraria Campus (December 4, 2003)


Project Director. Cultural Exchange Project “Bridges of Opportunity”

Sociology of Art and CAMP (College Assistance for Migrant Workers) students

El Revoluciones Community Art Space (December 2002)
Project Director. Community Art and Healing Project “Threads of Hope: In The wake of “9/11”

Heart Studio Arts and Wellness Center (December 2001)



SERVICE
Department

Department Reappointment, Tenure and Promotion Committee

(2008) Chair: Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendations.

(2007) Chair: Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendations.

(2006) Chair: Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendations.

(2005) Chair Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendation.

(2002) Chair: Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendation.

(2000) Member: Documentation Review, Committee Synthesis, and Recommendation.


Program Review Committee Member (2009. 2003, 1995). Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Behavioral Sciences .Judgment on operations and structure of program, participate in an interview with an external program reviewer
Faculty Search Committee Member (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2001, 1997, 1994)

Screen applicants, rank order applicants, recommendation


Faculty Observation Committee.

Observation and Evaluation Chair (1995and 1999), Member (2008, -2004; 2002-2000, 1997, 1994)


Curriculum Review Committee. Member

Recommendations and Revisions (2009, 2008, 2007, 2006-2001, 1993)


Exceptions Committee (1998-2001) Review individual cases, vote

Colorado Scholars Committee (1993-1999)

Review and Rank applicants
Member of Advisory Board for Applied Sociology (1997)

Mission and Goals, Plan and Recommend and Implement Curriculum Changes (1997)


Student Awards Committee (1996)

Review and Rank applicants


Behavioral Science Majors Committee (1992 – 1993)

Discuss curriculum




School

Letters Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee Diversity Initiative Seminar. February 8, 2007. St. Cajetan’s. Department Faculty Representative.


Letters Arts and Sciences Curriculum Committee (Fall 1999 – Spring 2000), Committee Member
Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development with MSCD Honors Program and Department of Art (Fall 1999)
Letters Arts and Sciences Retention, Tenure and Promotions Committee (Fall 1997), Committee Member
College

Faculty Advisory Board Member for MSCD Center for Innovation (2010, 2009, 2008)


Metric Subcommittee Chair for MSCD Center for Innovation (2008, 2009)
Member of the MSCD “Individualized Degree Program” Association of Faculty Support (2006, 2005, 2004)
Faculty Advisor for Student Organizations: Social Action through the Arts: Student Organization (2008) Social Arts Team. (2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003); Justice for Jobs. (Fall 2002, 2003)
Staff Psychologist Search Committee (Spring 2002)
Humans Subjects Committee (1994-1997), Member
College Student Advising Committee (1995), Member
MSCD Faculty Senate (1993-1996), Member
MSCD Faculty Senate Executive Committee (1994-1995), Member
MSCD Instructional Resources Committee (1993- 1994) Member (1995 Chair)

Community
Public Relations
“Spirituality, Life and Death”: SATA Social Documentary (7 minutes)

Produced by CAT LAB/ Metropolitan State College of Denver.

(February 2008)
'Talk Walk' - an expressive community arts group. YourHub.com  10/19/2007
“Sociology and anthropology students to share their Egyptian experiences.” METRO NEWS
Jul 25, 2007
“The Global Classroom”. METRO Magazine. Fall 2007
“Hand it Over”. This Week @Metro: electronic news bulletin. Events of Note.

December 6, 2006.


“Shoshone Street -- Urban Garden Community Outreach Project.” Weekend venues for learning about a northwest Denver neighborhood, through creative exploration. (SATA Project) October 2005
“Hippest Professor, Coolest Class: Dr. Airsman (former name) SATA

University of Colorado Advocate. December 8, 2004


“C’mon, Get Hip-Hoppy”. Westword. December 2, 2004. Denver, Colorado
“Rhythm of the West: A celebration of Red Rocks”. Sentinel Newspaper. February 06, 2005

Golden, Colorado


“Bridges of Opportunity for Migrants”. El Semanario: The Weekly Issue”. November 28, 2002.

Volume No. XIV. Issue 3 Denver, Colorado 80205.


“The Universal Language of Art”. LoDo and Downtown News. December (2002)

Lo Do News


“Latin Lingo” T.V. Announcement/Student Interviews November 27, 2002. 6:30 pm. Denver, Colorado
“Metro students hold peace march through North Denver.” North Denver Tribune. Thursday, November 29, 2001. (Page 8)
“Lengthy ‘Thread of Hope’ pulled together in march.” Rocky Mountain News. Wednesday, November 28, 2001 (Page 12A)
Published Newspaper Article:

“Sights and Sounds of Larimer: “The Start of Something Good.” LoDo and Downtown Denver News. (August 2000). Denver, Colorado.


Committee Membership:
“Talk Walk” Community Arts Forum: Angie’s Place Coffee House. Edgewater, Colorado (2007)
Social Action through Arts panning committee for Sloan’s Lake “Spirit Fest”.

August 19, 2004. Denver, Colorado.


West Highlands Artist Cooperative (Program Coordinator) Developed Policies and Procedures. (2002)
Urban, Architectural Review Member for the East Bay Homeowners Association Board of Directors. Denver, Colorado (2002)
Committee Member: Global Unity Neighborhood Art Festival Heart Studio Arts and Wellness Center (non-profit). April, 1999 Program
Committee Member. Society for Applied Sociology Annual Conference in Denver,

Adams Mark Hotel (October 22-24, 1998)


Mentorship Committee. National Council on Family Relations (1994-1993)
Student/New Professional Representative, National Council on Family Relations Board of Directors. (Voting Member) (1993-1992)
Student/New Professional Representative-Elect. National Council on Family Relations Board of Directors.

(1992-91)


Consultation
Research and Development Consulting and Board President (2008 to present)

Organization: Community Collage: Arts Based Productions. Developed the program design for the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws, included in the application the U.S. Federal government for 501© 3 status.



*Award: MSCD Center for Urban Connections (2010): Exceptional Achievement in Community Based Learning. (Plaque and monetary award of $200. to Community Collage: Arts Based Productions. *Grant to the Organization: Jefferson County “Lights on Grant” ($3,000)
Dissertation Advisor. Theoretical and methodological direction to PhD. Candidate: Sandra Howard. Urban Planning and Design. The University of Colorado at Denver. (meetings and internet correspondence)

Educational Media Advisor. Artistic Bridges II (401c). Community Production: “Kaleidoscope 2006: Celebrating Cultural Diversity and Hispanic Heritage”. Abraham Lincoln High School. Lakewood, Colorado. (September 2006)
Program Advisor: Center for Progressive Transformation through the Arts and Sciences (2003-2005). Director: Tamara Hendrix. Denver.
Project Advisor: Denver Neighborhood Unification Project (2005). Project Director: Danielle Nesbitt. MSCD Social Action through Arts Project.
Project Advisor: Art Students League of Denver Diversity Program. (2005) Director: Leona Lazar
Project Advisor: Sloan’s Lake Spirit Fest: “Neighborhood Unification Project”. August 29, 2004
Project Advisor: Social Arts Team. “May Day Celebration”. Auraria Campus May 1, 2003.
Project Advisor: “Standing in the Storm” (Social Action through Art Exhibition: March 2003)
Project Advisor: Social Arts Team. Metropolitan State College of Denver. Denver Colorado (2002)
Program Advisor: Heart Studio Arts and Wellness Center, Denver Co. (2001, 2002, 2003)


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