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Select Achievements as a Scholar/ Practitioner

  • Presently leading a research team at the School of Management, Yale University, on a national study of decision making and leadership in American Museums. Working collaboratively with major museum associations and museum directors on this project.

  • Working with Johns Hopkins University/NASH (James R. Johnsen Editor) on studies of public system responsiveness, invited to contribute a chapter on responsive labor management relations in public systems.

  • Scholarship: Edited/Co-Authored 9 books, 100 articles, book chapters, and monographs, given 170 presentations at professional conferences and universities, served as book and journal editor for the College and University Personnel Association (CUPA/HR) and facilitated development of the CUPA Ad Comp Surveys. These compensation and classification texts have become standard reference documents. Most recent book on promoting collaboration and equity through labor management relations published by Routledge, November 2021. A complete list of publications and presentations is available on this website.

  • Professional and International Engagement: Elected president of two national professional associations and served on 12 accreditation assignments as chair, team member or expert reviewer/evaluator.  Lectured as a Senior Fulbright Specialist in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, awarded Fulbright Scholar in Ecuador, Visiting Professor or Visiting Scholar in Europe, Asia, International Labor Organization, Geneva.

  • Largest Federal Grant as Principal Investigator: $16.5 million dollars; U.S. Department of Education (Investing in Innovation Program) for K12 teacher assessment and retention, University of Alaska

  • Largest Gifts: Fifty (50) full scholarships, including room and board, for NJCU underrepresented student populations at Indian/Chinese institutions, estimated worth, 3 million dollars per year; $10 Million dollars, enhancing fiber optic facilities in the Arctic, University of Alaska.

  • Invited by ministries of higher education in the following countries to consult on the development of higher education: People's Republic of China, Sultanate of Oman, Malaysia, Israel, and the Association of Commonwealth Universities, United Kingdom.

  • Panel Reviewer, National Science Foundation.

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