1 Frank R. Lilly, PhD 6000 J. Street, Sacramento, CA EDUCATION Ph.D. McGill University, Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, Applied Developmental Psychology / Special Populations of Learners, Montréal, Québec, Canada MA. University of Central Oklahoma, Department of Psychology, Academic and Research Psychology / Social Cognition 1995 BA. University of Central Oklahoma, Department of Psychology 1992 EXPERIENCE CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, SACRAMENTO Associate Professor Teacher Education Graduate Coordinator, Curriculum and Instruction Present North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina Assistant Professor Educational and Counseling Psychology McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada Educational and Counseling Psychology Concordia University, Montréal, Québec, Canada Early Childhood and Elementary Education University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma Evolutionary Psychology RESEARCH AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY Refereed Publications Bramwell, G., Reilly, R. C., Lilly, F. R., Kronish, N., & Chennabathni, R. (2010). Creative teachers. Roeper Review. Lilly, F. R. (1992). Gender differences in the memory of self/other interactions within a social exchange context. Unpublished masterʼs thesis, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma.
2 Frank R. Lilly 2 Lilly, F. R. (2002). Thinking outside the box: Studying a creative teacher. Unpublished dissertation, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Lilly, F.R., Bramwell-Rejskind, G. (2004). The dynamics of creative teaching. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 38(2), Mitchell, S. N., & Lilly, F.R. (2005). Collaborative action research for the beginning teacher: Maintaining a school university partnership. Teachers College Record. Mitchell, S. N., Reilly, R., Bramwell-Rejskind, G. F., Lilly, F., & Slonosky, A. (2004). Friendship and choosing groupmates: Preferences for teacher selected vs. student selected groupings in high school science classes. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 31(1), Reilly, R., Lilly, F.R., Bramwell, G., & Kronish, N. (under review, July, 2010). Creative teachers: Canadian cases. Submitted to Teacher and Teacher Research. Roy, R., Benenson, J. F., & Lilly, F. (2000). Beyond intimacy. Conceptualizing sex differences in same-sex friendships. The Journal of Psychology, 134(1), Grants 2003, Faculty Student Mentor, Duke University K-12 Partnership Grant,$5, 000. MIRROR: Teaching Ethics to Credential Candidates 2004, CSUS Foundation Travel Grant, $500, Conference Presentation 2005, Research and Sponsored Projects Travel Grant, $350, Conference Presentation 2006, Professional Development Committee Stipend Award, $1,500, Conference Presentation , U.S. Federal Grant Teaching American History, $1, 000, 000, Program Evaluation , Assessable Technologies Initiative Faculty Learning Community Lead, $1,500, Action Research using Universal Design Presentations National and International Presentations Creative teachers: A synthesis. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 2005, Bramwell, G., Dagenais, J., Reilly, R., Lilly, F., & Kronish, N. Critical friends: Teacher-researcher collaborations. Proposal presentation submitted to the 2 nd Annual QTCR Conference on Teacher Research, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April, 2002, Lilly, F., & Rudd, C. Ingredients for success for adults with learning disabilities. Panel member interviewed by speaker Paul J. Gerber discussing his model of success for adults with learning difficulties presented at the 27 th Annual Conference on Learning Disabilities, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March, 2002, Lilly, F. R. MIRROR: Moral inquiry through reflection, respect, obligation and responsibility. Presentation for the Fourth National Conference of Moral Education in a Diverse Society. Duke University, Chapel Hill, NC., 2003, Lilly, F. R.
3 Frank R. Lilly 3 Optimism levels of student teachers within teacher education credential programs: a guided inquiry in everyday creativity. Workshop presented at the International Conference in Creativity. LʼUniversiteʼ De Reneʼ Descarte, Paris, France, 2006, Lilly, F. R. Optimism levels of student teachers within teacher education credential programs. Presentation for the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Education. Honolulu, HI., 2005, Lilly, F. R. Teaching outside of the box: Studying the process of creative teaching. Proposal submitted as part of a symposium to the Conference of the CSSE, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April, 2002, Lilly, F. R. Sex differences in adolescentsʼ close friendships. Poster session presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Washington, DC., 1997, Lilly, F. R., & Roy, R. State Presentations Invisible disability. Affirmative Action in a time of economic crisis. Presentation for the California Faculty Association Equity Conference, Los Angeles, California, 2010, Lilly, F. R. Local Presentations Sacramento, CA, 2006, Lilly, F. R. Sacramento, CA, 2005, Lilly, F. R. Sacramento, CA, 2004, Lilly, F. R. Gifted and talented education: differentiating instruction in the regular classroom. Professional development for Loomis Union School District, Loomis, CA., 2006, Lilly, F. R. Gifted and talented education in an inclusive environment. Professional development for Loomis Union School District, Loomis, CA., 2006, Lilly, F. R. GLSEN. Panel presentation for the 11 th Annual Multicultural Education Conference. California State University, Sacramento, CA, 2005, Coughlin, M., & Lilly, F. R. Into action: Using action research projects in teacher preparation and student teaching at an urban high school. Panel Discussion presented at the 15 th Annual CRESS Teacher Research Conference, Voices in the classroom, Natomas High School, Sacramento, CA., 2004, Hecsh, J., & Lilly, F. R. Learned Optimism: Meta-Cognitive strategies for success. Series of presentations given to International Baccalaureate students at Mira Loma High School, Sacramento, CA., 2007, Lilly, F. R. Psychology of instruction: Twilight mentoring program. Poster presentation for the Service Learning Exposition. California State University, Sacramento, CA., 2005, Lilly, F. R. Stress Remediation in High School International Baccalaureate Programs. Mira Loma International Baccalaureate Program. San Juan School District, Sacramento, CA., 2006, Lilly, F. R What does it mean to be gifted? Professional Development for San Juan Unified School District, Sacramento, CA., 2007, Lilly, F. R.
4 Frank R. Lilly 4 Workshops Attended Anti-Oppressive Education Seminar, Berlingham, CA, 2007 Appreciative Inquiry, CSUS, 2005 RTP Preparation Seminar, CSUS, Teaching Using Technology Institute, CSUS, 2004 Universal Design for Learning, CSUS, 2009 Write Winning Grants Seminar, CSUS, 2010 SERVICE University , Accessibility Technology Initiative: IMAP 2009, Accessibility Technology Initiative Staff Hiring Committee , California Faculty Association Affirmative Action Committee: Delegate: Individuals with Disabilities , CSUS Committee for Affirmative Action 2009, Committee on Committees , Employment Equity Officer Selection Committee , Faculty Rights Committee , Faculty Senate , Faculty Sponsor for Pride , University Committee for Persons with Disabilities 2009, University Housing and Residential Life Hiring Committee College , Academic Affairs Committee , Associate Dean Hiring Committee , College of Education Department Meetings , Deanʼs Advisory Council 2010, Graduate Program Coordinator: Curriculum and Instruction 2010, EDTE Primary RTP Committee Department 2010, Department Executive Council (Undergraduate Representative) , Department Executive Council (Single Subject Area Group) , California Faculty Association Representative , Faculty Hiring Committee Single Subject Area , Single Subject Area Group Meetings , Single Subject Area Group Convener , Teacher Education Meetings , Teaching Effectiveness Evaluation Ad Hoc Committee Community , Accessible Technology Initiative Forum: Faculty spokesperson supporting the initiative.
5 Frank R. Lilly , Appreciative Inquiry Team: Collaboration with CCE and Company of Experts to bring Appreciative Inquiry Workshop to CSUS 2004, Brown Bag Forum: Center for Teaching and Learning. Emotion and learning in the classroom: Harnessing the power of emotion to promote learning and critical thinking , CSUS Guardian Scholars Consortium Consultant , CSUS Guardian Scholars Program Evaluator 2006, Faculty Consultant for Loomis School District: Professional Development in Gifted and Talented Education and Differentiated Instructional Methods. 2006, Faculty Consultant for San Juan School District, Mira Loma High School Baccalaureate Program: Parent, Teacher and Student Professional Development Seminars in Meta-Cognitive Strategies for Success , Odyssey of the Mind: Professional Development Workshop to train Judges in Creativity and Appreciative Inquiry, Natomas High School , Teaching American History Grant: Working with Placer County Department of Education and Sacramento State Teacher Education and History Faculty to develop a three year assessment and evaluation plan to record effectiveness of the project. 2007, Teaching Using Technology Summer Institute: Learning to modify and create web accessible documents. 2004, Service Learning Workshop: Learning to develop a service learning component into coursework beginning fall , Service Learning Partnership with Florin Elementary and Samuel Kennedy Elementary Twilight Programs and students in EDS 100A (Educating Exceptional Students) and EDTE 116 (The Psychology of Instruction). Professional Affiliations American Psychological Association American Educational Research Association APTEC, Center for Anti-Oppressive Education California Faculty Association Creative Education Foundation National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented Society for Study of Disabilities