06/2013 LUIS FELIPE SFEIR-YOUNIS EMPLOYMENT: 1980–1991 and 2004–present Lecturer in Sociology University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Taught Introductory Sociology, Introduction to Social Psychology, Social Problems courses, as well as, Social Theory, Social Inequality, Sociology of the Body, Love & Intimacy, Sociology of Sexuality, Sociology of the Body, Marriages & Families, Race & Ethnicity, Special Courses, Intergroup Relations & Conflict, The Sociology of Human Animal Relations, and Latino Studies. Sociology , Faculty Concentration Advisor 1984-1991 and 2004 to 2007 “Visions & Definitions” faculty group on Multicultural Pedagogy, sponsored by CRLT under Provost Diversity program. Advisor to IGR Global program, 2004/05 GIEU Faculty: Took 17 UM students to Barahona, one of the poorest regions of the Dominican Republic in 2006 and 14 students to a diversity in The Netherlands in 2007. SAPAC Advisor: advisor to the men’s program to prevent rape on campus, 2005 Japan Foundation, 2005: Received a grant to visit Japan to engage in conversations with community leaders fighting violence against domestic violence and rape. LSA Dean Award to design and teach a course on Diversity and Conflict in 2005. CRLT Lecturer’s Award, 2004: Funds to improve website of Sociology of Sexuality course. First Coordinator of the Sociology Undergraduate Program, 1986-89. Number of sociology concentrators increased from 49 to 202. LSA Academic Counselor, 1984-89 One of the founders of the Inter-group Relations Program and originator of inter-racial, intergender, and inter-sexuality Dialogue Groups at the University of Michigan CSP, Summer Bridge Program: worked for two summers as faculty and advisor to students in this minority summer program. Member of the Program on Conflict Management Alternatives (PCMA), 1987-89 Member of FAIR Teach, a group of faculty designing and teaching multicultural pedagogy, 198991 EDUCATION: 1984–1989 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI PhD, M.A. Sociology. Dissertation: “State Formation in the Periphery: The US Military Occupation of Cuba and Puerto Rico, 1898-1902. Award: nominated as Best Dissertation of the year 1974–1976 University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI 06/2013 M.A., Economics. 1968–1971 American University Beirut, Lebanon B.A., Economics. Graduated summa cum laude. Award: Most Promising Student in the Arts & Sciences, 1971 AWARDS: The Dreamkeeper Award, 1992. Office of the vice-president. “In recognition for commitment and dedication in promoting equity and justice for all people of color at the University of Michigan.” Sociology Award, 1990. Sociology department. “In grateful appreciation of intellectual leadership and loving attention to Undergraduate education.” Excellence in Counseling Award, 1991. Office of the Dean. Best Teaching award: 1986,1987,1988,1989, 1990. Certificate of Recognition, 1990 SAPAC and office of the Dean. “For valuable work in the struggle to end violence against women and children, presented by The Sexual Assault prevention and awareness Center on behalf of the Ann Arbor Community.” Founder Award, Intergroup Relations, 2008. Award given as one of the founder of the Intergroup Relations Office at the University of Michigan. Teaching with Technology Award, 2012 Global Teaching and Videoconferencing Award, 2013 PUBLICATIONS: Luis F. Sfeir-Younis, “Reflections on the Teaching of Multicultural Courses” pp. 61-76 in David Schoem, et.al., Multicultural Teaching in the University, Praeger, 1993. _________________,et.al., “Diversity and Multicultural Curriculum: Understanding Social Causation,” Michigan Journal of Political Science, Issue 16,Spring 1993, pp. 1-22. _________________, State Formation in the Periphery, UMI Dissertation Services, 1989.