Raymond V. Padilla, Ph.D.
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email :  rvpadilla1@gmail.com



 

Academic Preparation

Ph. D., Higher Education, 1975 University of California at Berkeley
M. A., Education, 1972 University of California at Berkeley
B. A., magna cum laude, Spanish, 1970 University of Michigan
Visiting Scholar, Survey Research Center, 1982 University of Michigan
Study abroad, Spanish Language and Literature, 1965 University of Guanajuato, Mexico
Fluent in English and Spanish; studied Latin and French;
reading knowledge of Portuguese

Employment Experience

2009 - Professor Emeritus, University of Texas at San Antonio.
2001 - 2009 Professor, College of Education and Human Development, University of Texas at San Antonio.  Full time teaching, research, and service.
2004-2005
Interim Department Chair, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Texas at San Antonio.  Provided academic and administrative leadership to the department in all functional areas of the department related to the teaching, research, and service mission of the department.
1997 - 2000 Professor, Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University.  Full time teaching and development of the department.
1982 - 1997 Associate Professor, then Professor, College of Education, Arizona State University. First assigned to the Department of Higher and Adult Education then to the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies after the College of Education was reorganized. Full time teaching and research responsibilities, with exceptions noted below.
1986-1991 Director and Associate Research Professor, Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University. Designed, planned, and directed this university wide center for five years. Responsible for hiring over 25 faculty (all ranks) collaboratively with academic departments on the main campus and ASU West. Budget in excess of four million dollars in state and external funding over five years. Developed operations of the Center, hired and supervised academic and staff personnel, created faculty governance structure and policies, prepared proposals for funding and directed research and development projects, mentored junior faculty, prepared budgets, reports, etc.
1982-1985 Associate of the Center for Bilingual/Bicultural Education, Arizona State University. Quarter FTE released time assignment to conduct research on issues dealing with bilingual education in the U.S.
1977 - 1982 Director, Bilingual Bicultural Teacher Education Programs, Department of Foreign Languages and Bilingual Studies, Eastern Michigan University. Developed curriculum in bilingual teacher education, conducted language proficiency examinations, acquired state and federal resources, recruited students, coordinated faculty efforts, established master's degree program, coordinated student placements with school districts, developed instructional materials for teacher education; promoted research in bilingual education, established a Spanish language program in Mexico, directed all operations of the program, including supervision and evaluation of faculty and staff. Member of the department's Executive Committee.
1981 - 1981 Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Bilingual Studies, Eastern Michigan University (appointment concurrent with Directorship). Taught undergraduates (Chicano Literature) and graduate students (Bilingual Education Public Policy). Developed language proficiency examination, coordinated curriculum development in bilingual education, principal investigator for various training and research projects funded by the U.S. Office of Education and the National Institute of Education.
1977 - 1980 Assistant Professor, Department of Social Foundations, College of Education, Eastern Michigan University. Same responsibilities as Associate Professor above.
1975 - 1977 Higher Education Consultant and Coordinator of Latino Education, Michigan Department of Education. Coordinated the activities of La Raza Citizens' Advisory Committee to the Michigan State Board of Education and the Michigan Department of Education. Developed operating procedures and directed day to day operations of the Latino Education Office. Hired and supervised staff, coordinated annual conference on Latino Education, prepared reports for the State Board of Education, provided expert consultation to school districts, community colleges, and universities, provided expert advise to the Michigan legislature, wrote proposals for external funding, prepared budgets for state funding, etc.
1973 - 1973 Research Assistant, Chicano Studies Program, University of California at Berkeley. Prepared a policy report on the future of the Chicano Studies Library.

1972 - 1972
Research Assistant and Acting Project Director, Survey Research Center, University of California at Berkeley. Member of a six person research team that prepared a policy report for the President of the University of California system on Chicanos and the University of California.
1970 - 1971 Admissions Counselor, University of Michigan. Developed the first Hispanic student recruitment program for the University of Michigan, carried out all regular duties of an admissions officer, including participation in college nights in many high schools, interviewing prospective students and their parents, reviewing and evaluating student application files, answering correspondence, and participating in professional associations related to college admissions.

 

Selected Research, Publications, and Other Creative Endeavors

Doctoral Dissertation

Chicano Studies at Berkeley: En busca del campus y la comunidad, Professor Paul Heist (Chair), 1975. (345 pp.)

Books

Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (2009) Student success modeling: Elementary school to college. Sterling, VA: Stylus. (212 pp.)
Gonzalez, K. P., & Padilla, R. V.  (Eds.)  (2007)

Doing the public good:  Latina/o scholars engage civic participation.  Sterling, VA:  Stylus. (164 pp.)

Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (2000)  Special issue, Bilingual Research Journal (BRJ). Thirty year retrospective of Title VII legislation. (103 pp.)
Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (1998) Debatable diversity.  Critical dialogues on change in American universities.  Lanham, Maryland:  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.(276 pp.)
Padilla, R. V., & Chávez Chávez, R. (Eds.) (1995) The leaning ivory tower. Latino professors in American universities. Albany: State University of New York Press.(217 pp.)
Padilla, R. V., & Benavides, A. (Eds.) (1992) Critical perspectives on bilingual education research. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Review Press. (426 pp.)
García, E., & Padilla, R.V. (Eds.) (1985a) Advances in bilingual education research. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. (328 pp.)
Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (Eds.) (1985b) Chicanos and the higher learning. Tempe: Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE). (122 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (1983) Theory, technology, and public policy in bilingual education. Rosslyn, VA: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education. (425 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (1981) Bilingual education technology. Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University. (482 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (1980)  Theory in bilingual education. Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan University. (430 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (Ed.) (1979) Bilingual education and public policy in the U.S. Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan University. (507 pp.)

Chapters in Books, CDs, & Internet

Padilla, R. V.  (2007)

Res Publica:  Chicano evolving poetics of the public good (pp. 13-23).  In Gonzalez, K. P., & Padilla, R. V., (Eds.), Doing the public good:  Latina/o scholars engage civic participation.  Sterling, VA:  Stylus.

Padilla, R. V.  (2005)
Latino/a education in the 21st century (pp. 403-423).  In Pedraza, P., & Rivera, M. (Eds), Latino education.  An agenda for community action research.  Mahwah, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.
Padilla, R. V. (2005)
High stakes testing and educational accountability as social constructions across cultures (pp. 249-262).  In Valenzuela, A. (Ed), Leaving children behind.  How "Texas-style" accountability fails Latino youth.  Albany, NY:  State University of New York Press.
Padilla, R. V. (2004)
U.S. and Mexican schools as regulators of dropout rates for Chicano students.  Internet publication of the Southwest Center for Education Equity and Language Diversity, Arizona State University.  Can be downloaded in PDF format at:  http://simposio.asu.edu.
Padilla, R. V.  (2004)
Searching for Aztlán:  How far north?  In National Association of African American Studies, Harnessing the future by studying the past.  2004 monograph series.  CD ROM publication available from the National Association of African American Studies, P.O. Box 325, Biddeford, ME 04005.  Webpage:  http://www.naaas.org.
Padilla, R. V. (2003)
Barriers to accessing the professoriate (pp. 178-204).  In Castellanos, J. & Jones, L. (Eds), The majority in the minority.  Expanding the representation of Latina/o faculty, administrators and students in higher education.  Sterling, VA:  Stylus Publishing.
Padilla, R. V.  (2000) Chicano pedagogy:  Confluence, knowledge, and transformation (pp. 91-110).  In García, J., & Gelsinon, T. (Eds.), Perspectives in Mexican American Studies (Vol. 7), Tucson, University of Arizona, Center for Mexican American Studies.
Padilla, R. V.  (2000) Chicano pedagogy:  Historic and transhistoric transformation.  In 1848/1898 @ 1998  Transhistoric Thresholds Conference [CD].  Tempe, Arizona State University, Bilingual Review Press.
Nañez, J. E., & Padilla, R. V.  (1999)  Diferencias en el procesamiento de tareas cognoscitivas elementales en Chicanos adolescentes bilingües [pp. 183 - 188].  In J. Wimer (ed.), La Lengua Española en los Estados Unidos, Mexico City:  Fondo de Cultura Económica.
Padilla, R. V. (1994) The unfolding matrix: A technique for qualitative data acquisition and analysis. In Burgess, R. G. (Ed.), Studies in Qualitative Methodology. Vol. 4, Issues in qualitative research. Greenwich, CT: JAI.
Padilla, R. V. (1993) Using dialogical research methods in group interviews. In Morgan, D. (Ed.), Succesful focus groups: Advancing the state of the art. [pp. 153-166). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications.
Padilla, R. V., Náñez, J. E., and Máez, B. L. (1992) Bilinguality, intelligence, and cognitive information processing. In R. V. Padilla & A. Benavides (Eds.), Critical perspectives on bilingual education research. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Review Press.
Padilla, R. V. (1991) Assessing heuristic knowledge to enhance college students' success. In G. D. Keller, J. Deneen, & R. Magallán (Eds.), Assessment and access: Hispanics in higher education. New York: SUNY Press.
Padilla, R. V. (1990a) HyperCard: A tool for dual language instruction. In C. J. Faltis & R. A. DeVillar (Eds.), Language minority students and computers (pp. 211- 226). New York: The Haworth Press. Published concurrently as a journal article.
Padilla, R. V. (1990b) Bilingual interactive video: Let the student switch languages. In R. Jacobson & C. Faltis (Eds.), Language distribution issues in bilingual schooling (pp. 121-132). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters, Ltd.
Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (1985) The social context for action [in Chicano higher education]. In R. V. Padilla & M. Montiel (Eds.), Chicanos and the higher Learning (pp. 5-11). Tempe: Arizona Association of Chicanos for Higher Education (AACHE).
Padilla, R. V. (1984) Federal policy shifts and the implementation of bilingual education programs. In National Association for Chicano Studies, The Chicano struggle (pp. 90-110). Binghamton, N.Y.: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe.
Padilla, R. V. (1983) Articulating a positive orientation toward bilingual education. In R. V. Padilla (Ed.), Theory, technology, and public policy in bilingual education (pp. 352-364). Rosslyn, VA: National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education.
Padilla, R. V. (1981a) A framework for the analysis of bilingual education public policy in the United States. In R. V. Padilla (Ed.), Bilingual education technology (pp. 467-482). Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University.
Attinasi, J., Hee, C., & Padilla, R. V. (1981b) A topological model of bilingual intercalation behavior. In R. V. Padilla (Ed.), Bilingual education technology (pp. 447-466). Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University.
Padilla, R. V. (1973a) A critique of Pittian history. In O. I. Romano-V (Ed.), Voices. Readings from El Grito 1967-1973 (pp. 65-106). Berkeley, CA: Quinto Sol Publications.
Padilla, R. V. (1973b) Apuntes para la documentación de la cultural chicana. In O. I. Romano-V (Ed.),Voices. Readings from El Grito 1967-1973 (pp. 117-160). Berkeley, CA: Quinto Sol Publications.

Journal Articles (Refereed)

Padilla, R. V., & Richards, M. (2006) Keeping scores: Audited self-monitoring of high-stakes testing environments. Journal of School Public Relations, 27(1), 27-49.
Padilla, R. V., & Martinez, R. O.  (2005)
Personal stories, voice and presence in academe:  a dialogical response to Aguirre.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 18(2), 199-220.
Padilla, R. V.  (2000) Title VII ESEA:  The ambivalence of language policy in the United States.  Bilingual Research Journal, 22(1), iii - viii.  (Note:  Journal year and volume numbers are in arrears, 1998.)
Padilla, R. V. (1999) College student retention:  Focus on success.  Journal of Student Retention, Research, Theory & Practice, 1(2), 131 - 145.
Náñez, J., & Padilla, R. V. (1995) Bilingualism and processing of elementary cognitive tasks by Chicano adolescents. Bilingual Research Journal, 19(2), 249-260.
Padilla, R. V., & Pavel, D. M. (1994) Using qualitative research to assess advising. The Review of Higher Education, 17(2), 143-159.
Pavel, D. M., & Padilla, R. V. (1993) American Indian and Alaska Native postsecondary departure: An example of assessing a mainstream model using national longitudinal data. Journal of American Indian Education, 32(2), 1-23.
Padilla, R. V. (1992) Using dialogical research methods with Chicano college students. Urban Review, 24(3), 175-183.
Murguía, E., Padilla, R. V., & Pavel, D. M. (1991) Ethnicity and the concept of social integration in Tinto's model of institutional departure. Journal of College Student Development, 32(5), 433-439.
Padilla, R. V. (1991) Using computers to develop concept models of social situations [Special Issue, Part 1]. Qualitative Sociology, 14(3), 263-274.
Padilla, R. V. (1990) HyperCard: A tool for dual language instruction. In C. J. Faltis & R. A. DeVillar (Eds.), Computers in the Schools [special issue], 7(1/2), 211-226 . Published concurrently as a book chapter.
Padilla, R. V. (1989).  HyperQual: qualitative data analysis with the Macintosh. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 2(1), 69-73.
Padilla, R. V. (1979) Transformational education: A Chicano pedagogy of reconstruction. Bilingual Resources, 2(3), 2-8.
Padilla, R. V. (1973) Freireismo and chicanizaje. El Grito, VI(4), 71-84.
Padilla, R. V., & Baca, R. (1973) Testimony given before the California Legislature Joint Committee on the Master Plan for Higher Education. New School of Education Journal, III(1), 77-84.
Padilla, R. V. (1972a) A critique of Pittian history. El Grito, VI(1), 3-44.
Padilla, R. V. (1972b) Apuntes para la documentación de la cultura Chicana [Special issue]. El Grito, V(2).

Technical Papers and Research Reports

Padilla, R. V. (2006) What we know about Latina/os and higher education. Report to the Lumina Foundation for Education.
Padilla, R. V. (Ed.).  (2003)
Strategic initiatives for Hispanics in higher education:  Learning to change.  Washington, D.C.:  Hispanic Caucus, American Association for Higher Education.
Padilla, R. V.  (1999) A model of qualitative research for social change.  Qualitative Research Methods, Occasional Papers Series.  Chandler, AZ:  HyperQual.
Padilla, R. V.  (1999) Delta logic and concept modeling in qualitative research.  Qualitative Research Methods, Occasional Papers Series.  Chandler, AZ:  HyperQual.
Mayo, J. R., Murguía, E., & Padilla, R. V. (1991) Social integration and academic performance among minority university students. Working Paper Series, Race and Ethnic Studies Institute. College Station: Texas A & M University.
Padilla, R. V. (1991) Using HyperQual for qualitative analysis. Chandler, AZ: Author. (65 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1989) HyperQual user's guide. Chandler, AZ: Author. (37 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1987a) Chicano studies revisited: Still in search of the campus and the community (Occasional papers series No. 6). El Paso: Unitersity of Texas at El Paso, Chicano Studies Program. (20 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1987b) Paulo Freire and qualitative research methods (Research report No. 3). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center. (26 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1987c) From refuge to resource: An outside view of Chicano Studies at UTEP (external review of the Chicano Studies Program at UTEP). Tempe, AZ: Author. (10 pp.)
Padilla, R. V., & Chakkera, A. (1987) Hispanic audio and visual archival materials in Arizona (Research report No. 4). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Olivas, L., & Padilla, R. V. (1987) Hispanic entrepreneurs in Arizona: A survey profile (Research report No. 5). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R. V. (1986a) A typological study of school interruption (Research report No. 6). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R.V. (Ed.). (1986b) La política and Chicano higher education (Proceedings of symposia and conferences No. 2). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R. V., & Pavel, D. M. (1986) Successful Hispanic community college students: An exploratory qualitative study (Final report to the Maricopa County Community College District). Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center. (47 pp.)
Wong, P., Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (1985) Staying and achieving (Report of the Phoenix Union High School District, Drop-out Task Force). Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center. (145 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1984a) Campus environment and significant life events as correlates of Chicano student academic performance, persistence, and satisfaction (Final project report to the Arizona State University Research Fund). Tempe, AZ: Author.
Padilla, R. V. (1984b) Federal policy shifts in bilingual education: Consequences for local implementation and national evaluation (Professional papers series P-20). Los Alamitos, CA: National Center for Bilingual Research.
Padilla, R. V. (1984c) Microcomputers in vocational education for limited English speaking youth and adults (Final project report to the Arizona Department of Education). Tempe: Arizona State University, Center for Bilingual Education. (79 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1983a) Evaluation of the Title VII bilingual education program. Avondale School District. Tempe: Arizona State University, Center for Bilingual Education.
Padilla, R. V. (1983b) Microcomputers in vocational education for limited English speaking youth and adults (Phase 1 final report to the Arizona Department of Education). Tempe: Arizona State University, Center for Bilingual Education. (98 pp.)
Padilla, R. V. (1980) Prueba de español para maestros. Ypsilanti: Eastern Michigan University, Bilingual Bicultural Teacher Education Programs.
Padilla, R. V. (1976) Una guía para la participación de los padres en la educación bilingüe. Lansing, MI: Michigan Department of Education, Latino Education Office.
Padilla, R. V. (1973) Providing library services to the Chicano Studies Program at the University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley: University of California, Chicano Studies Program. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 164 147) (88 pp.)
Nasitir, D., Padilla, R. V., Pesquera, B., Raz, M., Sánchez, S., & Soto, E. (1972) Chicanos and the University of California: Preliminary report of the Task Force (Technical report for the President's Task Force on Chicanos and the Univeristy of California). Berkeley: University of California, Survey Research Center. (201 pp.)

Creative Works

Padilla, R. V. (1985) Seven video poems [Computer program]. Chandler, AZ: Author.
Padilla, R. V. (1976a) Transformación Chicana. NABE Journal, 1(1), 73-85.
Padilla, R. V. (1976b) Transformación Chicana [Video tape]. Writer. Lansing, MI: WKAR Television and PBS.
Padilla, R. V. (1971) Four poems. El Grito, V, (1), 72-75.

Computer Software

Padilla, R. V.  (2004)
SuperHyperQual version 1.4.  Software and user's guide.  Boerne, TX:  Author.
Padilla, R. V.  (1999) HyperQual3 for Qualitative Analysis and Concept Modeling.  [Software and user’s guide for Macintosh computers].      Chandler, AZ:  HyperQual.
Padilla, R. V. (1993) HyperQual2 [Computer program for qualitative data analysis]. Chandler, AZ: Author. [Address: 3327 N. Dakota, Chandler, AZ 85224. U.S.A.]
Dimas, R. & Padilla, R. V. (1991) Hispanic Experts Data Base [Computer program]. Tempe: Hispanic Research Center, Arizona State University.
Padilla, R. V. (1989, 1991) HyperQual [Computer program]. Chandler, AZ: Author.
Padilla, R. V., Marín, C., & Chakkera, A. (1989) Spanish language newspapers index data base [Computer program]. Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R. V., Brandt, B., Winkleman, M., & Lakshmipathy, S. (1989) Ethnobotany data base [Computer program]. Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R. V., Chakkera, A. (1988) Hispanic audio/visual archive data base [Computer Program]. Tempe: Arizona State University, Hispanic Research Center.
Padilla, R. V. (1985) Bookmaker [Computer program]. Chandler, AZ: Author.
Padilla, R. V. (1984) Bilingual microcomputer training course: Interactive video program for IBM PC [Computer program]. Tempe: Arizona State University, Center for Bilingual Education.

Book Reviews and Abstracts

Padilla, R. V. (1982) Review of Education and Chicanos . LARED, (April).
Padilla, R. V. (1991) HyperCard: A tool for dual language instruction. Sociological Abstracts