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Constance Iloh, Ph.D.

University of California, Irvine

School of Education 3200 Education Building

Irvine, CA 92697-5500

Web: www.constanceiloh.com ¤ Email: ciloh@uci.edu ¤ Twitter: @constanceiloh PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

UC Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Program Fellow July 2015-Present University of California, Irvine

EDUCATION

Ph.D., Urban Education Policy, Concentration: Higher Education March 2015 University of Southern California

Dissertation: Black by Popular Demand: An Exploration of Black Student College-Going to the For-Profit Higher Education Sector

Committee: William G. Tierney (chair), Guilbert C. Hentschke, John Brooks Slaughter § USC Rossier Dissertation of the Year Award, 2015

§ Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year Finalist, 2015

M.A., Business Management May 2010

Wake Forest University

B.A., Psychology & Communication May 2009

University of Maryland, College Park

RESEARCH INTERESTS

§ Investigating Privatization and Innovation in Higher Education

§ Increasing College Access and Equity for Underserved Student Populations § Exploring the Use of Qualitative Methods in 21st Century Education Research

GRANTS

2015-2016: Principal Investigator, ECMC Foundation, Investigating Virtual Learning in Vocational Higher Education ($32,450)

PUBLICATIONS Books

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Constance Iloh 2 Refereed Journal Publications

Iloh, C. (forthcoming). Exploring the for-profit experience: An ethnography of a for-profit college. American Educational Research Journal.

Iloh, C. (forthcoming). For-profit higher education and program development. New Directions for Institutional Research.

Iloh, C. (2014). A critical comparison of website marketing at for-profit colleges & community colleges. National Association of Student Affairs Professionals Journal. 15(2), 91–106.

Iloh, C., & Tierney, W.G. (2014). Understanding for-profit college and community college choice through rational choice. Teachers College Record, 116(8), 1-34.

§ Featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education

Iloh, C., & Tierney, W. G. (2014). Using ethnography to understand twenty-first century college life. Human Affairs, 24(1), 20–39.

Iloh, C., & Tierney, W.G. (2013). A comparison of for-profit and community colleges’ admissions practices. College and University, 88(4), 2–12.

Iloh, C., & Toldson, I.A. (2013). Black students in 21st century higher education: A closer look at

the role of for-profit colleges and community colleges. Journal of Negro Education, 82(3), 205–212.

Book Chapters

Iloh, C. (forthcoming). Mo money, mo problems? Understanding for-profit higher education regulation and implications for students. In J.T Minor & T. Jones (Eds.), Race and Education Policy. Information Age.

Iloh, C. (in press). For-profit universities. In K. Lomotey (Ed.) Education K-12 and Higher Education, (a volume in the Contemporary Issues for People of Color Series). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger

Press.

Other Published Scholarly Work

Tierney, W.G., & Iloh, C. (2014). A marriage of convenience: For-profit higher education in Brazil. The EvoLLLution.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Iloh, C. (2015, November). Exploring the for-profit experience: An ethnography of a for-profit

college. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Denver, CO.

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Constance Iloh 3 Iloh, C., Heller, D., Hearn, J., Kelchen, R., & Kelderman, E. (2015, November). The changing face of

higher education: Examining public goods, private goods, and postsecondary opportunity.

Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Denver, CO.

Iloh, C. (2015, April). An exploration of Black student college-going to the for-profit higher education sector. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Iloh, C. (2015, April). An ethnography of a for-profit college. Presented at the Institutional Frontiers and Design Summit, Tempe, AZ.

Iloh, C., Shireman, R., Jez, S.J., & Kinser, K.(2015, February). The future of for-profit colleges and universities. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for American Finance and Policy, Washington, DC.

Iloh, C. (2014, April). Inserting a new perspective in the “for-profit” debate: An ethnography of a proprietary college. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research

Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Iloh, C. (2014, April). Three's company: For-profit higher education research, politics, and social media. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Iloh, C. & Tierney, W.G. (2013, November). Using ethnography to understand 21st century college life. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, St. Louis, MO.

Iloh, C. & Tierney, W.G. (2013, April). Understanding for-profit and community college choice through rational choice. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Iloh, C. (2013, April). A study of African-American student experiences at for-profit colleges. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Iloh, C., & Tierney, W.G. (2012, November). A comparison of for-profit and community colleges’ admissions practices. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

Patton, L.D., & Iloh, C. (2012, November). Black undergraduate women and for-profit colleges. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

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Constance Iloh 4 Iloh, C. (2012, November). Marketing to minorities? A comparison of website marketing at for-profit &

community colleges. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas, NV.

Tierney, W. G., Bensimon, E.M., Rhoads, G.D., Kumashiro, K.K., & Iloh, C. (2012, April). The transformation of academic work and the role of AERA in encouraging democracy. Presidential session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.

Iloh, C. (2012, April). Community colleges as pathways to social mobility? Lessons from abroad. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.

Iloh, C., & Tierney, W. G. (2011, November). Neighborhood cultural heterogeneity and the college aspirations of low-income students of color. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Charlotte, NC.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Assessment, Organizational Learning and Performance. Ed.D core course co-taught with Patricia Tobey and Vincent Vigil (Summer 2013). Rossier School of Education. University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA.

Introduction to Doctoral Level Education Research. Ph.D core course co-taught with William G. Tierney (Fall 2011). Rossier School of Education. University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA. DISTINGUISHED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS

Vocational Education from Community College and Proprietary School Perspectives. Distinguished invited panel for Education Credit Management Corporation (2015). Denver, CO.

The Future of For-Profit Colleges and Universities. Distinguished invited panel at the Arizona State University/Institutional Design Frontiers Summit (2015). Tempe, AZ.

Black Women Have Not “Made It”: How the Current College Enrollment Narrative Undermines the Real Educational and Socioeconomic Barriers Facing Black Women. Distinguished invited panel at Columbia University/African American Policy Forum (2015). New York, NY.

An Exportation of Black Student College Going Culture to the For-Profit Higher Education Sector. Distinguished invited lecture by the Harvard Graduate School of Education/Alumni of Color Conference (2015). Cambridge, MA.

Trends Impacting Competitive College Readiness and Completion Outcomes. Distinguished invited panel by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans (2015). Los Angeles, CA.

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Constance Iloh 5 Degrees of Separation? Understanding the Complexity and College-Going Culture of the For-Profit Higher

Education Sector. Distinguished invited lecture by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education/Carolina Education Policy Student Association (2014). Chapel Hill, NC. For-Profit Higher Education: Lessons for Practitioners. Distinguished invited lecture by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (2014). Los Angeles, CA.

The Privatization of Education. Distinguished invited lecture by the Hammer Museum (2014). University of California, Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA.

Examining College Access and Affordability. Distinguished invited panel by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans (2014). Washington, DC.

INVITED LECTURES & PRESENTATIONS

Qualitative Research and Black-College-Going to For-Profit Higher Education. Invited lecture for Graduate core course taught by William G. Tierney (2014). University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

For-Profit College and Community College Research. Invited lecture for Graduate core course taught by Tonya N. Saddler (2014). Marywood University, Scranton, PA.

For-Profit Higher Education. Invited lecture for Graduate core course taught by Monica Esqueda (2014). Chapman University, Orange, CA.

Understanding For-Profit Colleges and Community Colleges. Invited lecture for Graduate core course taught by Jennifer Johnson (2013). University of Maryland. College Park, MD.

Two Sides to the Equity Debate: Comparing For-Profit and Community Colleges. Invited lecture for Ed.D core course taught by Tatiana Melguizo (2013). Rossier School of Education. University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA.

Race and the College Experience. (2013). SOLID Steps to College Conference. Annenberg School of Communication. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Getting In and Through College. (2013). Female Youth for Social Change. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Conference Etiquette 101. (2013). Student Community of Ph.Ds in Education (SCOPE). Rossier School of Education. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Navigating the Community College Pipeline. (2012). Black Collegian’s Society. Santa Monica College, Santa Monica, CA.

Time Management and College Knowledge: Academic, Social, and Professional Considerations. (2012). Pullias Center for Higher Education. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

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Constance Iloh 6 The Relationship of the Master’s Degree to the Ph.D: Key difference; The Educational Trajectory of a Ph.D. Student. (2011). McNair Scholars Program. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

Getting Involved on Campus; Time Management; Preparing for a Career; Effective Communication. (2011). SummerTIME Program. Pullias Center for Higher Education. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA.

MEDIA COVERAGE Online Publications

Blumenstyk, G. (2016, January 6). For-Profit Colleges May Be Down, but Don’t Count Them Out. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Forbes. (2016, January 4). 30 Under 30 List, Education.

The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education. (2015, July 3). Three Black Women in Faculty Roles at U.S Universities.

Guzman-Lopez, A. (2015, April 27). After Corinthian Campus Closings, Students Look For Answers. 89.3 KPCC/NPR.

Rivard, R. (2015, March 17). Crossing State Lines. Inside Higher Ed.

Mazyck, J. (2015, March 9). Higher Ed Powerhouse Powerhouse Provides New Face to For-profit Colleges. Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

Kelderman, E & Carlson, S. (2015, January 9). Who Has a Stake in Obama’s Free Community-College Plan? The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Rivard, R. (2014, November 17). HBCU of Phoenix. Inside Higher Ed.

Kelderman, E. (2014, November 14). U. of Phoenix and Thurgood Marshall Fund Announce Partnership. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Radio

Guzman-Lopez, A. (2015, April 27). After Corinthian Campus Closings, Students Look For Answers. 89.3 KPCC/NPR.

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Constance Iloh 7 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Postdoctoral Fellow. UC President’s/Chancellor’s Program. July 2015-Present School of Education, University of California, Irvine.

Research Assistant. Pullias Center for Higher Education. 2010–2015 Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California.

Graduate Coordinator. Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program. 2010 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC.

Business Research Consultant. Second Harvest Food Bank. 2009–2010 Forsyth County, North Carolina.

Resident Assistant. Department of Resident Life. 2006–2009 University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Campaign Coordinator. Teach for America. 2008–2009 University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Workshop Coordinator & Instructor. Kids2College Program. 2008–2009 Sallie Mae Foundation, Washington, DC.

Moore Undergraduate Research Scholar. Mellon Foundation. 2008–2009 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC.

Academic Advisor & Mentor. Young Scholars Program. 2007–2008 University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

INVITED MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER Teachers College Record

American Journal of Education Journal of Negro Education Educational Policy

PROFESSIONAL AND ACADEMIC SERVICE

Discussant: Selling For-Profit 2015 Association for the Study of Higher Education

Katzman Ernst Chair Search Committee. 2014

Rossier School of Education. University of Southern California

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Constance Iloh 8 Discussant: Explorations of Virtual Learning Environments 2014

Division J: Postsecondary Education. American Educational Research Association

Social Media Coordinator. 2013–present

Council on Ethnic Participation.

Association for the Study of Higher Education

Social Media Correspondent. 2013

Social Media Task Force.

American Educational Research Association

Primary Contributing Writer. 2012–2014

21st Century Scholar Blog.

Pullias Center for Higher Education

Mentoring Committee Coordinator. 2012 Council on Ethnic Participation.

Association for the Study of Higher Education

Doctoral Student Ambassador. 2010–2015

Rossier School of Education Ph.D. Recruitment Committee. University of Southern California

Mentor. 2010–2014

I AM Mentoring Program.

Pullias Center for Higher Education. University of Southern California PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Association for the Study of Higher Education American Educational Research Association HONORS AND AWARDS

Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30, Education (2016)

Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year Finalist (2015)

University of California (UC) Chancellor’s Fellowship, $49,556 (2015) Dissertation of the Year Award- Rossier School of Education (2015) USC PhD Achievement Award, $2,500 (2015)

USC Remarkable Woman Award (2014) USC Academic Trojan Award (2013)

Asa Hilliard & Barbara Sizemore AERA Fellow (2012) Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Foundation Award (2010)

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Constance Iloh 9 Omicron Delta Kappa Foundation Leadership Award (2010)

Sally Sterling Byrd Citizenship Award (2009) Mary McLeod Bethune Award (2009)

Rosa Parks Labor of Love Award, Nyumburu Cultural Center (2009) University Medal Finalist, University of Maryland (2009)

Kendall Leadership Scholarship Recipient (2008)

Outstanding Achievement Award in Public Leadership from College Park Scholars (2007) Gates Millennium Scholarship (2005)

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