Jomills Henry Braddock, II

Professor

Phone:
(305) 284-6113
Locator Code:
2030

 
Career

Education

1973Ph.D. Sociology Florida State University
1971M.S. Sociology Florida State University
1969B.A. Psychology/Sociology Jacksonville University

Professional Experience

1992 - Professor, University of Miami, Department of Sociology
1992 - 1999Chair, University of Miami, Department of Sociology
1987 - 1992Professor (part-time), The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology
1980 - 1986 Associate Professor (part-time), The Johns Hopkins University, Department of Sociology
1973 - 1978 Assistant Professor, University of Maryland-College Park, Department of Sociology
1971 - 1973Instructor, Florida State University, School of Social Welfare
1968 - 1969Adult Basic Education Instructor, Manpower Development Training Agency, Jacksonville, FL
1968 - 1969Substitute Teacher, James Weldon Johnson Junior High School, Jacksonville, FL
1970 - 1971Acting Director, Florida State University, Black Students Educational and Cultural Center
1969 - Program and Personnel Director, Archdiocese Opportunity Program, Detroit, MI: Operation Head Start
1967 - 1968Community Worker, South Jamaica Community Progress Center, Jamaica, NY
1967 - Counselor, Youth House Inc, Bronx, NY
1966 - Human Rights Specialist, New York City Commission on Human Rights, New York, NY
1963 - 1966Postal Clerk, U.S. Post Office, New York, NY

Honors & Acknowledgements

Fellow, American Educational Research Association, Washington, D.C.
(inducted 2015)
James E. Blackwell Founders Award
(for distinguished service and lifetime achievement)
Association of Black Sociologists. 2008.
Member, National Research Policies and Priorities Board, U. S. Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Washington, DC
Appointed by Richard Riley, U. S
Secretary of Education 1995-1999. Reappointed for six-year term 1999-2005
Member, Board on Children and Families, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 1992-1995
Fellow Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Palo Alto, CA.
Research Fellow, The Johns Hopkins University, Center for Social Organization of Schools, Baltimore, MD, 1978-79
Award from University of Maryland Faculty Committee on the Improvement of Teaching, 1977-78
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Fellowship in the Interdisciplinary Program in Urban and Minority Problems, Florida State University, 1971-73
Florida State University Fellowship in Sociology, 1969-71
Alpha Kappa Delta, National Sociology Honor Society, 1969
Psi Chi, National Psychology Honor Society, 1969
Early-admission Scholarship, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA, 1959

Conferences & Events

2017
Invited Speaker Session-Back to the Future: Reconsidering Resegregation of American Schools and Educational Opportunity | American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX
2017
Roundtable Session- The 21st Annual Continuation of Conversations With Senior Scholars on Advancing Research and Professional Development Related to Black Education | American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX
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Memberships

Editorial Responsibilities
  • Editorial Board, Review of Educational Research, 1990-92.
  • Editorial Board, Phi Delta Kappan, 1987-1991.
  • Associate Editor, Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1981-84.
  • Reviewer, Advancing the Art of Desegregation Inquiry, Systems Development Corporation/National
  • Institute of Education, 1982.
  • Book Review, Afro-Americans in New York Life and History.
Member, Technical Review Panel, National Education Longitudinal Study, Washington, DC.
Member, Technical Planning Subgroup, National Education Goals Panel, Goal 2; High School Completion, Washington, DC
Member, Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities, American Sociological Association, 1991-1994
Member, Board of Advisors, Center of Excellence: Basic Skills, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN, 1991-.
Member, Technical Review Panel, High School and Beyond, Sophomore Cohort, Fourth
Member, National Advisory Board, Philadelphia Children's Network, Philadelphia, PA.
Member, Independent Review Panel, National Assessment of Chapter I, U.S. Department of Education, 1990-1993
Member, Executive Council, Southern Sociological Society, 1987-1990
Member, National Advisory Panel, Monitoring School Reform in Chicago, Chicago Panel on Public School Policy and Finance, 1990
Member, National Advisory Panel, Center for Educating African American Males, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, 1990
Member, Council, Sociology of Education Section, American Sociological Association, 1984-87
Member, Minorities Committee, Eastern Sociological Association, 1991-
Member, Council, Section on racial and Ethnic Minorities, American Sociological Association, 1983-87.
Member, Program Committee, Southern Sociological Society, 1986
Member, Nominating committee, Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, American Sociological Association, 1983
Member, Local Arrangements Committee for Southern Sociological Society Meetings, Washington, DC, April, 1975
Member, Committee on Nominations, Southern Sociological Society, 1981-82
Member, Advisory Board, Academic Champions of Excellence Program, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD, 1990-
Member, AFL-CIO Blue Ribbon Panel on Institutional Discrimination, Washington, DC, 1981.
Member, National Advisory Panel, National Center for Effective Secondary Schools, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1985-90
Member, National Advisory Panel, Center on Organization and Restructuring Schools, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1991-95
Member, Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Southern Sociological Society
Member, National Advisory Panel, "Project Mandela", Special Population of Gifted Learners Project, The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, 1990-92
American Sociological Association
American Educational Research Association
Association of Black Sociologists
Southern Sociological Society
Eastern Sociological Society
Research

LIST OF SPECIALTIES: Sociology of education, race-ethnic relations, sociology of sport, gender equity

Research Projects

Principal Investigator, Athletic Investment, Academic Promise: How Participation in School Sport May Foster Academic Resilience & Investment Among At-Risk Student

(1997-00)

($387K) Funded by Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Washington, DC

Director (Principal Investigator), Center for Research on Effective Schooling for Disadvantaged Students, The Johns Hopkins University

(1989-92)

($6.4M) Funded by Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education

Co-Director (Co-Principal Investigator), Baltimore Public Education Institute, The Johns Hopkins University

(1987-90)

($300K) Funded by the Abell Foundation, Baltimore, MD

Co-Principal Investigator, Tracking: Trends, Effects, and Alternatives

(1988-89)

($87K) Funded by the National Education Association, Washington, DC

 

Principal Investigator, Race and Sex Differences in the Role of Education for Occupational Success

(1987-88)

($67K) Funded by the Spencer Foundation, Chicago, IL.

Principal Research Scientist and Project Director, Middle School Program, Center for Research on Elementary and Middle Schools

(1985-90)

The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Research Associate, Determinants of Black Students' College Destination: Structural, Socialization and Personal Influences

(1980-81)

Supported by Southern Education Foundation.
Gail Thomas, Principal Investigator.

Principal Investigator, Racial Discrimination in Managerial Recruitment in Professional Football

(1980)

($5K) Supported by National Football League Players Association, Washington, DC

Research Scientist/Co-Director, (Co-Principal Investigator), Desegregation Studies Program, Center for Social Organization of Schools

(1972-82)

The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD

Research Fellow, Center for Social Organization of Schools

(1978-79)

The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.

Research Associate, Characteristics of Review Articles

(1977)

Funded by National Science Foundation. Gregg Jackson, Principal Investigator

Research Associate, Characteristics of the Black Middle Class

(1975-76)

Funded by Twentieth Century Fund, Inc., New York, NY. L.

Barthalomew Landry, Principal Investigator.

Principal Investigator, Discrimination and Bias in the Sports Media

(1975)

University of Maryland Research Board Award.

Colonialism, Education and Black Americans: A social-Psychological Assessment

(1972-73)

Supported by a Graduate Training Research Grant from the Institute for Social Research, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Research Assistant, Institute for Social Research, Florida State University, Black Political Behavior in Mississippi

(1972-73)

Paul Puryear, Principal Investigator.

Research Assistant, Institute for Urban and Social Problems

(1970-71)

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.

Interviewer, Alienation among Black Veterans

(1968)

Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. James Fendrich, Principal Investigator

Publications

Milner, A.N. & Braddock, J. H. "Sex Segregation in Sports: Why Separate is Not Equal" (New York, Praeger. 2016).


Milner, Adrienne and Braddock II, Jomills Henry "Women in Sports: Breaking Barriers, Facing Obstacles, Volume One: Sportswomen and Teams" (Santa Barbara, CA, Praeger. 2017).


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