CURRICULUM VITA

NATHANIEL EUGENE TERRELL

PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS 

Emporia State University
1200 Commercial
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and
Crime and Delinquency Studies 
Emporia, KS 66801

(620) 341-5725 Direct
(620) 341-5321 Messages
(620) 341-5681 Fax
e-mail: nterrell@emporia.edu

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Emporia, KS 66801

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ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

1993 Ph.D. in Sociology, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, August.

1988 Master of Arts in Management and Administration in Criminal Justice, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma.

1986 Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice/Sociology, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma.

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

1998 - Presently - Chair, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies, Emporia State University. 

1999 - Presently - Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies, Emporia State presently University.

1994 - 99 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies, Emporia State University.

1992 - 94 Adjunct Professor, Department of Sociology, Des Moines Area Community College.

1990 - 93 Teaching Assistant / Instructor, Department of Sociology, Iowa State University.

1988 - 90 Research Assistant; Field Researcher, Department of Sociology, Iowa State University.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Chair, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies, Emporia State University, July 1998-present.

Responsibilities: Serve as administrator and financial officer of the department, promote and advance the academic programs, provide academic leadership for faculty and students, and provide leadership for strategic planning of the department.

NATHANIEL TERRELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Since 2001, the Terrell family has contributed scholarships to majors in sociology.  The Memorandum of Agreement states that the recipient must major in sociology or Crime and Delinquency Studies, be enrolled in 12 credit hours each semester, and write a letter explain the importance of obtaining the scholarship.  A committee in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Crime and Delinquency Studies selects the recipient. 

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Criminology
Social Deviance
Social Psychology

COURSES TAUGHT

Criminology 
Social Deviance
Social Psychology 
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Victimology
Juvenile Delinquency
Introduction to Criminal Investigation
Research Methods
Race and Ethnic Relations
Introduction to Sociology
Marriage and Family
Social Problems
Social Stratification
Sport in Society
Homeless and Runaway Youths
Professional Development
Theories of Crime and Delinquency 

HONORS AND AWARDS

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Excellence in Service Award, Emporia State University, Spring 2014

Kansans You Should Know. Voted one of 50 accomplished Kansans who created the character of the state, Published in Ingram Magazine, January 2013.

The Presidential Award for Distinguished Service to Diversity, 2009

You make a Difference Award, Emporia State University, Spring 2007.

Who’s Who Among American’s Teachers, February 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 -2006..

Empire Who's Who:  Empowering Executives and Professionals, February 2006-2007. 

United Who’s Who, September 2003-2004. 

Nominated for Leadership Kansas, Kansas Chamber of Commerce and Industry, January 2002 and 2004.

Appointed to the Kansas Board of Indigents’ Defense Services by Governor Graves, June 2001 - present.

Bonner and Bonner Family Values Award, Emporia State University, October 2000. 

Nominated Emporia State University Outstanding Student Advisor, April 2000.

Outstanding Young Americans, February 1998.

Chair, Education Committee, Emporia Habitat for Humanity, 1996.

Board Member, Emporia Habitat for Humanity, 1995.

Teaching Excellent Award -- Iowa State University, 1993.

George Freeman Award (for integrating minority and international students into the Sociology

Department) Iowa State University, 1992--1993.

Elected Chairperson of Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, (International Sociology Honor Society) Iowa State University 1992-1993.

Elected Secretary and Treasury of Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta, (International Sociology Honor Society) Iowa State University 1989.

Academic Achievement Award -- University of Central Oklahoma, 1988.

Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award -- University of Central Oklahoma 1985,1987, 1988. 

BOOK, MANUAL, AND CHAPTER PUBLISHED

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, and Les B. Whitbeck, “HIV-Risk Behaviors Among Homeless and Runaway Adolescents,” Chapter 22, Deviance and Social Control,  in Jenifer Kunz and Claudia Stuart’s Sociology: The New Millennium, Second Edition, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2000, 2005, 2013.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, “Race and the Schooling of Black Children: A Social Psychological Analysis,” Chapter 19, Education, in Jenifer Kunz and Claudia Stuart’s Sociology: The New Millennium, Second Edition, Kendall/Hunt Publishing, 2005.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, “Instructor’s Manual” (to accompany Marshall B. Clinard and Robert F. Meier, “Sociology of Deviant Behavior”) Twelfth Edition, Harcourt, 2004. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Robert F. Meier, “Readings is Deviant Behavior: Classic and Contemporary,” Harcourt Brace, 2001.

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND PRODUCTIONS 

“The State of Juvenile Justice for African Americans in Kansas,” in the State of African American Affairs in Kansas, 2012, Pp. 56,57.  A publication of the Kansas African American Affairs Commission and the Urban League of Kansas, Inc.

Commentary, "Exploring Sociology: Program #7, Social Group."  Video Program, Dallas County Community College District, R. Jan LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications, Dallas, Texas, 2002.

Commentary, "Exploring Sociology: Program #10, Social Stratification."  Video Program, Dallas County Community College District, R. Jan LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications, Dallas, Texas, 2002. 

Commentary, "Exploring Sociology: Program #14, Age."  Video Program, Dallas County Community College District, R. Jan LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications, Dallas, Texas, 2002.

Commentary, "Exploring Sociology: Program #15, Deviance and Social Control."  Video Program, Dallas County Community College District, R. Jan LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications, Dallas, Texas, 2002.

“Nathaniel Terrell passionate about appointment to state board.” Spotlight, Vol 31, NO. 3, Fall 2001. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, “School Violence.”  Mainstream Incorporated Publicatio , 20:3, Winter 2000. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, “A Means For Re-Integrating African Americans Convicted of Non-Violent Crimes.”  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 27(4/4):25-35, 1998.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, "Street Life: Rape and Assaults Among Homeless and Runaway Adolescents." Youth and Society, 28(3):267-290, 1997.

Co-organizer and panelist, "Racism and the Criminal Justice System."  Video- Program, Department of Sociology, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa; June 1990.

Huff, David J., Nathaniel E. Terrell and Debra Grover, "The Black Intelligence Test of Cultural Homogeneity."  Science and Technology Action Line, Iowa State University, 1(2):16-17, 1990.

WORKS IN PROGRESS

Suspensions and Graduation Rates for African American Children.

Delinquency Theories:  Integrating Sociological and Social Psychological Models.

The Social Construction of Black Privilege.

Drinking Behaviors at a Small Midwestern University.

Sexual Aggression Attitudes at a Small Midwestern University.

Willie Lynch’s Ideology and the Continuing Subjugating Mind Set of the Dominant Culture.

 BOOK REVIEWER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

External Reviewer, Department of Social Sciences, Sociology Program, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, OK, fall 2008. 

Developed modules "Emporia Poverty Summit," Flint Hills Tech College, Emporia, Kansas, January 2006.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, Book Reviewer for Clinard and Meier, 10th Ed., Social Deviance, August 1999.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, Book Reviewer for Wiggins, Wiggins, and Vander Zanden, 5th Ed., Social Psychology, June 1997. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, Reviewer, Standardize Testing, Kansas Department of Education, University of Kansas, 1996.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, Proposal reviewer for Administration on Children, Youth and Families, and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1995, 1996.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Unless otherwise noted, all of the following presentations were authored and presented by Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Nakita Elwood, Why women stay: A theoretical examination of broken windows theory and exchange conflict theory in the context of intimate partner violence.” Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, TX, April 2014

“When Disproportionate Minority Contact Meets Functional Family Therapy,” Racial Disparities in School Discipline and Juvenile Justice session, American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, November 22, 2013.

“Keynote Speaker: We Shall Not Be Moved,” The 70th Annual Kansas State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), October 19, 2013, Salina, Kansas.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Thomasenia Bouknight, Disproportionate Minority Contact: A Genesis Project at the Local Level”, at the Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2013. 

“Reducing Disproportionate Minority Contact by using Functional Family Therapy," American Society of Criminology, Chicago, Illinois, November 2012.

“Reducing Disproportionate Minority Contact: A Community-Academic Collaboration at the Local Level,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Sand Diego, California, April 2012. 

“Disproportionate Minority Contact: Myth and Reality," American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, November 2011.

“Disproportionate Minority Contact,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2011. 

 “Application of General Strain Theory," American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010. 

“Disproportionate Minority Contact: A Genesis Project," American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, California, November 2010. 

Nathaniel Eugene Terrell and David Hamman,"Disproportionate Minority Contact,”” Southwestern Social Science Association, Houston, Texas, April 2010. 

“Disproportionate Minority Contact: Truth and Reality,” American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, November 2009.

Female Incarceration has a wanted poster,” Nathaniel Eugene Terrell and Jenna Schmidt,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado, April 2009.  

"Race and Drug Courts," American Society of Criminology, St. Louis, Missouri, November 2008. 

"Freedmenhood in Oklahoma: The Struggle for Recognition," Southwestern Social Science Association, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 2008. 

"Effectiveness of Drug Court:  A Descriptive Analysis."  American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, Georgia, November 2007.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Kathryn Van Schoelandt, "Suspensions, Dropouts, and Graduation Rates:  Where are we Ten Years Later."  Southwestern Social Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 2007. 

"The Struggle for Freedmenhood and Suffrage in Oklahoma."  Southwestern Social Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March 2007.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, Alfredo Montalvo, and Gary J. Wyatt, "Treatment Retention Predictors of Drug Court Participants in a Midwestern State." American Society of Criminology, Los Angeles, California, November 2006.

"Willie Lynch as Prophet Revisited:  The Internalization of Division and Its Subsequent Manifestations among African Americans," Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2006. 

“Emporia Poverty Summit: Poverty,” Flint Hills Tech College, Emporia, Kansas, January 2006.

“Emporia Poverty Summit: Multicultural Issues,” Flint Hills Tech College, Emporia, Kansas, January 2006.

“Testing an Integrated Sociological and Social Psychological Model,” American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November 2005.

John Harms, Angela Buckbee, Lacey Gayer and Nathaniel Eugene Terrell “Violence: Homosexual V. Heterosexual Relationships,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2005. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Brice Obermeyer, “The Struggle for Black-Indian Suffrage in Eastern Oklahoma, “Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2005.

“Race and Crime: Suspensions and School Violence in the State of Kansas,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2005.

“Suspensions and Graduation Rates for African American Children,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 2004. 

Participant, “The African American Experience II; 21st Century Social Constructions of Race: The Latin Americanization of Racism in the USA by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 2004.

“Delinquency Theories: Integrating Sociological and Social Psychological Models,” The American Society of Criminology, Denver, Colorado, November 2003. 

“Teaching Delinquency Theories: Integrating Sociological and Social Psychological Models,” Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2003.

“Race and the Schooling of Black Children: A Social Psychological Analysis,” Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2003.

“Willie Lynch as Prophet: The Internalization of Department and Its Subsequent Manifestations among Africa Americans,” Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 2002. 

“The Social Construction of Black Privilege,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2002.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Dana Patterson, “Is Your Campus in the HOUSE,” Big Twelve Conference on Black Student Government, Columbia, Missouri, January 2002. 

Sociology Video Production, LeCroy Center for Educational Telecommunications, American

Sociological Association Meetings, Anaheim, California, August 2001.

“Why Do Some Deconstruct What Blacks Have Reconstruct? An African-American Experience,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 2000.

“Fresh Out of Graduate School: New Environments,”  Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 2000.

“Willie Lynch’s Ideology and the Continuing Subjugating Mind Set of the Dominant Culture,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Fort Worth, Texas, March 2001. 

Baldridge, Duane Lee and Nathaniel Eugene Terrell, “Drinking Behaviors at a Small Midwestern University,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 1999.

Cochran, Darby, Renee L., Gregory and Nathaniel Eugene Terrell, “Sexual Aggression Attitudes at a Small Midwestern University,” Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March 1999. 

“Children, Killings and the Media: A Racial Issue,” at the Southwestern Social Science Association in San Antonio, Texas, March 1999.

“Community College and State College-University Relations,” Kansas Sociological Society, Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, October 1997. 

“Raping Eve: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1997.   

“Black Criminology and the CEO House,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1997.

“The CEO House: Revisited,” Kansas Correctional Association, Wichita, Kansas, October, 1995. 

Workshop, “Learning/Teaching Styles in the Multicultural Classroom,” Second Annual Regents Conference on Diversity and Multiculturalism in the University Curriculum, Manhattan, Kansas, October 1995.  

Discussant, “Ethnicity and Race,” Southwestern Social Science Association, March 1994.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Les B. Whitbeck, “Severe Risk Factors among Homeless and Runaway Youth,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 1993.  

“The CEO House: A Proposed Alternative for Ex-Offenders without Support Groups,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1991.

“Sexual Victimization of Homeless Adolescent- Women,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1991. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and David Huff,  “African-American Intelligence Test:- A Test of Cultural Homogeneity, “Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1991. 

Huff, David, Nathaniel Eugene Terrell and Debra Grover, “A Test of Cultural Homogeneity: A Teaching Exercise, “Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, Iowa, April 1991. 

“Role Strain: An Intra-organizational Look at Adult- Probation and Parole Officers,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 1990.

PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE:  SESSION ORGANIZER, PRESIDER, AND DISCUSSANT 

Co-Organizer “Fair and Impartial Policing Community Advisory Board Training Academy,” December 4 and 5, 2013, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center, Hutchinson, KS.

“Workshop: State of African Americans in Kansas,” with Andrea Scipio, at the 70th Annual Kansas State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), October 18, 2013, Salina, Kansas.

Co-Organizer “Operation All Access: Minority and Women Business Summit,” October 3 and 4, 2013, Junction City,

Kansas.Chair, “General Strain Theory," American Society of Criminology, Washington, DC, November 2011.

Chair and Organizer, Gender and Crime,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Houston, Texas, April 2010. 

Chair and Organizer, "Crime and Justice,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Houston, Texas, April 2010. 

Chair and Organizer, “Gender and Crime,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado, April 2009.  

Chair and Organizer,Crime and Justice,” Chair and Organizer, Southwestern Social Science Association, Denver, Colorado, April 2009.  

Discussant, “Sociological Potpourri,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2005. 

Discussant, “The African American Experience III – Undergraduate Research Form an HBCU,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 2004.

Discussant, “The African American Experience IV – Undergraduate Research Form an HBCU,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 2004. 

Discussant, “The Africa American Experience I: Reflecting Upon the Past and Assessing the Condition of Black Youth, “Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2003.

Discussant, “The Africa American Experience II: Reflecting Upon the Past and Assessing the Condition of Black Youth, “Southwestern Social Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, April 2003.

Discussant, “African American Issues,” Midwest Sociological Society Annual Meetings in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 2002.

Discussant, “The Africa American Experience I: Research by Scholars at HBCUS,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2002. 

Discussant, “The Africa American Experience II: Research by Scholars at TWCUS,” Southwestern Social Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2002.

Miller, S.M.B. and Nathaniel Eugene Terrell, Session Organizers and Presiders, “The African-American Experience I, “Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 2000. 

Discussant, “The African-American Experience I,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 2000. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and S.M.B. Miller, Session Organizers and Presiders “The African-American Experience II, “Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 2000.

Discussant, "Ethnicity and Race,” Southwestern Social Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March 1998. 

Facilitator1997 Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, April 1997. 

Session Organizer and Presider, “Criminology: The Past and Present,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 1996.

Session Organizer and Presider, “Criminology: The Present and the Future,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois, April 1996.

Discussant, “Ethnicity and Race,” Southwestern Social Science Association, March 1994.
 
Session Organizer and Presider, “Criminology in the 1990s: Answers and –Solutions,” Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, St. Louis, Missouri, March 1994.

INVITED TALKS, PRESENTATIONS AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Unless otherwise noted, all of the following presentations were authored and presented by Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene.

“State of African Americans in Kansas,” Junction City Middle School, Junction City, January 22, 2013. 

“State of African Americans in Kansas,” Human Relations Committee Meeting in Hutchinson, July 17, 2013.

“State of African Americans in Kansas,” Governor Brownback’s Visit to the Urban League of Kansas, Wichita, Kansas, September 10, 2013. 

“Phone Interview on Crime Reporting” with Kayla Regan of the Hutchinson News, September 19, 2013.

Kansas State University Trayvon Martin Forum Panelist,” KSU Union Ballroom. September 24, 2013. 

“Introduce Governor Sam Brownback—Keynote Speaker”, Operation All Access: Minority and Women Business Summit, October 3 and 4, 2013, Junction City, Kansas.

AVID Student Summer Institute, Lecture on Sociology, Emporia State University, July, 2013.

AVID Student Summer Institute, Faculty Panel, Emporia State University, July, 2013.

Keynote Speaker, Emmanuel Homeschool Academy Graduation Ceremony, May 2013.

Bill Strickland “The Art of Leadership and the Business of Social Change,” -- Talk of Emporia,”  KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, September 2010.

Crime and Delinquency Studies: Exploring College Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, Fall 2010.

Herman Boone “Remember the Titans—Valuing Diversity,” -- Talk of Emporia,”  KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, October 2009.

Crime and Delinquency Studies: Exploring College,” Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, Fall 2009.

"Dr. James Loewen: Sundown Towns: Hidden Racism Across America - Talk of Emporia," KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, October 2008

"Crime and Delinquency Studies: Exploring College,"  Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, Fall 2008.

"ESU on the Hill," Department Display, Topea, Kansas, March 2008.

"Homelessness:  Emporia Rescure Mission - Talk of Emporia," KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, January 2008. 

"Emporia Poverty Summit:  Multicultural Issues,"  
Flint Hills Tech College, Emporia, Kansas, January 2006.

"Criminal Justice and Social Work,” Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, November 2005.

“Cristina Garcia: Talk of Emporia,”  KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, July 2005. 

"Single Parenthood,” Rites of Passage, Emporia, Kansas, April 16, 2005.

“Remembering King,” Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, Emporia, Kansas, January 17, 2005.

“Billy Mills: Talk of Emporia,” KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, April 2004.

“Julian Bond: Talk of Emporia,” KVOE Radio, Emporia, Kansas, April 2003.

“Education: Stay in School,” Rites of Passage, Emporia, Kansas, March 2003.

Speaker, “Employment and Communication,” Emporia High English Class, Emporia High School, March 2003.

“Education and Black History,” Emporia Rotary Club, Emporia, Kansas, February 2003.

“A Need to Achieve,” First Christian Church, Emporia, Kansas, January 20, 2003.

“School Killings and the Media,” Thursday Tea and Talk, Sauder Alumni Center, Emporia, Kansas, December 2002.

Keynote Speaker, National Emporia High School Honor Assembly, Emporia High School, May 2002.

“Words of Wisdom,” Emporia State Minority Graduate Celebration, Emporia State University, May 2002.

“Communication Skill and Issues in the Professional Arena,” Emporia High School, February 2002.

“Blacks and Jews: Struggles and Relationships,” Emporia State University, April 2001.

“Juveniles and Violent Offenders,” Rites of Passage, Emporia, Kansas, February 2001.

“Gender Differences in Communication,” Kansas Department on Aging, Topeka, Kansas, November 2000. 

“African-Americans and Education,” Rites of Passage, Emporia, Kansas, March 2000.

“School Violence,” Mainstream, Wichita, Kansas, February 2000.

“Black History,” Emporia Rotary Club, Emporia, Kansas, February 2000.

“Power-Point Slide Presentation: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,” Emporia, Kansas, January 2000.

Good Morning Discussion: “Children, Killings and the Media,” Emporia State University, September 1999. 

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and the Multicultural Center, Panelist , “Race Relations on Campus,” Emporia State University, fall 1999. 

Residence Hall Association, “Calls to Conscience: I Have a Dream and Its Meaning,” Emporia State University, February 1999. 

“The Homeless,” Psi Chi National Psychology Honors Society, Emporia State University, February 1998.

Keynote Speaker, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast, Emporia State University, February 1996.

Speaker/Workshop, Parent University, “Parenting At-risk Teens,”  Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, October 1996.

“Homelessness: Adult, Youths and Runaways,” Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, August 1991.

Nathaniel Eugene Terrell and James M.- Fleming Jr., “Homelessness and Gangs: Youths and Runaways,” Gamma Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta (International Sociology Honor- Society), Iowa State University; February 1991.  Review of the presentation can be found in M. Clinard and R. Meier, Sociology of Deviant Behavior, 9th edition- (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, 1995). 

Speaker, Homeless: Youths and Runaways, Iowa State University; November 1990 (for Social Class and Poverty); December 1990 (for Juvenile Delinquency); February 1989 (for Sociology Club).

EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY SERVICE 

“Judge, SPURS Homecoming Royalty” Emporia State University, September 2013.

Kansas Leadership Center Delegation- Emporia State University, training in Wichita, KS, August 2013.

Ombudsperson, Emporia State University, fall 2013-present.

Advisory Committee Member, Ethnic and Gender Studies Program, Emporia State University, 1995-present.

Faculty Advisor, Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society, Emporia State University, Zeta Chapter, 1998-present.

Committee Member, Bonner and Bonner Diversity Series Committee, Emporia State University, 2002-present.

Committee Member, Career Services Committee, Emporia State University, Fall 2004-present. 

Judge, “Fraternal Relevance Assessment Program” Emporia State University, 2012.

Hornet Night and Black and Gold, Spring 2010.

Minority Scholarship Committee, Multicultural Programs and Services, Emporia State University, Fall 2007-2010.

Emporia State Research Studies Journal, Advisory Committee, Emporia State University, Fall 2005 - 2010.

Committee Member, Office of International Research Advisory Committee, Emporia State University, Spring 2005-2010. 

Harold Durst Graduate Research Award Committee, Emporia State University, Fall 2003-2010

Committee Member, Graduate Council, Emporia State University, Fall 1998-Spring 2010.

Hornet Night, Wichita, Kansas; Kansas City Missouri, Spring 2009.

Black and Gold, Emporia State University, Fall 2008, 2009 

Recruitment Trips for Emporia State University (Emporia, Wichita, Topeka, and/or Salina) 1998-2003, 2005-2008. 

Hornet Night, Spring 2007, Wichita, Kansas, and Kansas City Missouri, Spring 2007.

Committee Member, Dwight and Ida Newberg Outstanding Senior Selection Committee, Emporia State University, Spring 2007.

Contestant, ESU's First Annual Sexiest Legs Contest, Honors Programs, Emporia State University, Spring 2007. 

Judge, Psychology Club's Talent/Karaoke Show, Emporia State University, April 2007. 

Panelist, Faith on Campus, The Professor's Perspective, Christian Challenge, Emporia State University, Spring 2007.

Committee Member, Diversity Education Committee, Emporia State University, 2001-1006.

Faculty Advisor, Sociology Club, Emporia State University, Spring 2004.

Poster Judge, Research and Creativity Forum Poster Session, Emporia State University, April 2003, 2004.

Search Committee Member, Admission’s Office, Emporia State University, Fall 2003.

Committee Member, Martin Luther King Celebration, Emporia State University, 1999-2003.

Co-Chair, Campus Scholarship Drive, Emporia State University, 2002-2003.

Recruitment Trips for Emporia State University (Emporia, Wichita, Topeka, and/or Salina) 1998-2003. 

Committee Member, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Graduate Studies Screening Committee, Emporia State University, 2002-2003. 

Committee Member, Assistant Director for Multicultural Center Search Committee, Emporia State University, 2002-2003. 

Chair, Graduate Council, Emporia State University, 2001-2003. 

Advisor, Black Student Union, Emporia State University, 1998-2002.

Advisor, Graduate Student Advisory Council, Emporia State University, 2001-2002.

Vice-Chair/Interim Chair, Graduate Council, Emporia State University, 2001-2002.

Advisory Committee Member, Bonner and Bonner, Emporia State University, 1997-2001.

Volunteer, Senior Week Casino Party, Black-Jack Dealer, Emporia State University, April 2001.

Committee Member, Multicultural Task Force, Emporia State University, 1995-1999.

Committee Member, Task Force on Alcohol Related Issues, Emporia State University, 1999.

Dean’s Advisory Committee Member, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emporia State University, 1997-1998.

Residence Hall Association.  His topic was “Calls to Conscience: I Have a Dream and Its Meaning,” February 1999, Emporia State University.

Volunteer, Senior Week Casino Party, Black-Jack Dealer, Emporia State University, April 1999.

Volunteer, Senior Week Casino Party, Black-Jack Dealer, Emporia State University, April 1998. 

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene, “The Homeless,” Psi Chi National Psychology Honors Society, February 1998. 

Faculty Senator, Chair of Committee on Campus Governance, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emporia State University, 1996-1997.

Faculty Senator, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Emporia State University, 1995-1997.

Co-Faculty Advisor, Black Men of Tomorrow, Emporia State University, 1995-1997.

Joint Planning Committee Member, 1997 Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, Emporia State University, 1997. 

Facilitator, 1997 Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, April 1997.

Speaker, “What’s It All About: Black History Month,” Emporia State University, February 1997. 

Moderator, “A Question of Color,” Emporia State University, February 1997.

Board Member, Student Employment Appeals Board, 1996-1997.

Lecturer, Boy Scouts of America, "African American Culture." Emporia State University, October 1996.

Speaker, "Young Adult and Getting the Most out of Education."  Emporia State University, February 1996.

Terrell, Nathaniel Eugene and Leslie Lewis, Discussion Leaders, Emporia State University

Faculty Community, "Gender Issues." Emporia State University, Spring 1996. 

Lewis, Leslie and Nathaniel Eugene Terrell, Discussion Leaders, Emporia State University Faculty Community, "Racial and Ethnic Issues." Emporia State University, Spring 1996.

Speaker, Lyon County Court Services, "Citizen Review Board Training: Cultural Diversity," Emporia, Kansas, November 1995. 

Host, Black Student Union Halloween Party, Emporia State University, October 1995. 

Lecturer, Boy Scouts of America, "African American Culture." Emporia State University, October 1995.

Moderator, "Black Male and Female Relationships," Emporia State University, Black Women's Network--Fall Retreat, September 1995. 

Search Committee Member, Admissions office, Emporia State University, Summer 1995. 

Host, "Minority Finals Study Session," Emporia State University, 914 Grand, Emporia, Kansas, May 1995. 

CITY OF EMPORIA COMMUNITY SERVICE

President, Emporia Rescue Mission Advisory Board Member, Emporia, Kansas, 2006-present.

Emporia Rescue Mission Advisory Board Member, Emporia, Kansas, 2003-present. 

Volunteer Mentor, Youth Friends, Emporia, Kansas Fall 2006-2011.

Board Member, Law Enforcement Consolidation Task Force, Emporia, Kansas, January 2007-Spring 2009. 

Volunteer Mentor, Kansas Kids @ Gear Up, Emporia, Kansas, 2005-2008.

Drug Court Committee Member, Emporia, Kansas, Spring 2005-2008.

Vice President, Emporia Rescue Mission Advisory Board Member, Emporia, Kansas, 2004-2006. 

Emporia Police Department Oral Board, Emporia, Kansas, August 2005.

Advisory Committee Member, Hopes and Dreams Inc., 1999

Keynote Speaker, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Leadership Breakfast, Emporia State University, February 1996. 

Host, "The Seventh Annual National African-American Read-in Chain," Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, February 1996.

Speaker/Workshop, Parent University, "Parenting At-risk Teens."  Emporia High School, Emporia, Kansas, October 1996.

Host, "The Six Annual National African-American Read-in Chain," Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas, February 1995. 

STATE OF KANSAS SERVICE 

Chairman, Commissioner of the Governor, Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC), Appointed by Senate president, 2012-present 

Secretary, Commissioner of the Governor, Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC), Appointed by Senate president, 2010-2011 

Commissioner of the Governor, Kansas African American Affairs Commission (KAAAC), Appointed by Senate president, 2010-present 

Disproportionate Minority Contact (DMC) Task Force Committee, Fifth Judicial District. Kansas, fall 2008-present.

Chairman of the Kansas Board of Indigents' Defense Services, January 2006-March 2007.  Appointed to the Kansas Board of Indigents' Defense Services by Governor Graves, June 2001-2012.

Data Advisory Committee Member, Kansas ElderCount Project, Kansas Center on Aging, 2000-2002.

Host Family for National Teachers Hall of Fame Inductee Ms. Janice Gould, Emporia, Kansas, July 2002.

Host Family for National Teachers Hall of Fame Inductee Dr. Emiel Hamberlin, Emporia, Kansas, June 2001. 

Joint Planning Committee Member, 1997 Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, Emporia State University, 1997. 

Facilitator, 1997 Kansas African American Legislative Caucus, April 1997.

NATIONAL SERVICE

Committee Member, Gene Carte Award, American Criminology Society, fall 2013-present.

Committee Member, Awards Committee, American Criminology Society, Spring 2013-present.

Committee Member, American Society of Criminology Minority Fellowship (American Criminology Society), Fall 2012-present.

Executive Secretary, Division on People of Color and Crime (American Society of Criminology), 2012-prresent.

Committee Member, Minority Recruitment-- Division on People of Color and Crime (American Criminology Society), Fall 2004-2011. 

Executive Counselor Member, Division on People of Color and Crime (American Society of Criminology), 2006-2011.

Committee Member, Mentorship -- Division on People of Color and Crime  (American Criminology Society), Fall 2004-2011. 

Committee Member, Fundraising -- Division of People of Color and Crime (American Criminology Society), Fall 2007-2011.

Committee Member, Mentorship -- American Society of Criminology, Fall 2007-2009. 

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION  

Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society

American Society of Criminology 

Division on People of Color and Crime

Southwestern Social Science Association