Curriculum Vitae of Jeremy R.T. Lewis, PhD

Revised 17 December 2017 (activities since Jan. 2017 are boldfaced)
Professor of political science, with tenure, and program coordinator, Huntingdon College

I. QUALIFICATIONS | II. PUBLICATIONS | III. EXTERNAL SERVICE | IV.  INTRA-MURAL SERVICE & TEACHING

Box 947, Political Science department, Huntingdon College, 1500 E. Fairview Ave, Montgomery AL 36106.
Voice: (334) 833-4521; Fax: (334) 833-4272 or 833-4486 | e-mail: jlewis@huntingdon.edu.
Website: www.Political-Science.org; alias www.JeremyLewis.org. World Affairs web: www.awac.us; and "IPSA-RC48" web pages.
Dr. Lewis holds both British and United States nationalities. His two daughters are also political scientists.

I.  QUALIFICATIONS
Subjects: American and British national politics; public policy; voters, parties & elections; presidency; executive politics, public administration & bureaucracy; public organization theory; West European politics; and international relations.  Research focus: official transparency and freedom of information in the US and UK.

Scholarly and service awards Current position
  • Program coordinator, Political Science (recruitment, teaching, advising and placement of about 23 majors)
  • Chair, Department of Humanities (History, Politics, Languages & Literature, and Religion), Jan. 2013-May 2014. Responsible primarily for evaluation of faculty and assessment of programs.
  • Chair, Department of History, Politics and Psychology, August 2011-Jan. 2013.
  • Member of Dean's (later, Provost's) Council, August 2011-May 2014.
  • Department (later, program) chair, History and Political Science, June 2011-May 2014, responsible for recruiting, advising about 50 majors, curriculum, assessment, budgeting and placement. There were 35 political science majors as of Sep. 2013.
  • Third 5-year comprehensive curriculum review in political science, 2010-11: obtained approval for new courses in World Politics; Southern Politics; Public Organizations and Policy; and Terrorism and Developing Countries. Two courses were also approved for HC's new Honors core.
  • Department chair, Political Science, 2008-2011, responsible for recruiting, advising 26-44 students, curriculum, assessment, budgeting and placement.
  • Former students include Professors, PhD candidates, military officers (one with bronze star), and many MAs and lawyers.
  • Hosting numerous guest speakers from the academic, national security, political and legal communities
Teaching experience
  • Teaching 8-9 different courses per year, 13 in 2-year rotation plus capstones and other courses-by-conference
  • 7 interdisciplinary symposia at HC, and a social sciences symposium at CUNY.
  • postgraduate seminar for Auburn University Montgomery's Master of International Relations program, 2005.
  • Additional evening and online classes for credit and for non-credit lifelong students at HC.
  • Liberal arts seminars at Huntingdon College, Wellesley College and Colby College
  • State university lecture courses at University of Northern Iowa.
  • Teaching and supervision of graduates in Masters of Public Policy program, UNI, 1990-96.
  • Teaching and supervision of diverse inner city undergraduates and internships at City University of New York
  • Extensive senior thesis supervision (Wellesley); senior capstones (HC); independent study projects
  • Graduate research supervision (at UNI)
  • Distance learning experience: created American Government in a Comparative Perspective (UNI).
  • Creation of online and video conference classes for adult learners (HC).
Academic leadership (highlights)
  • Chair, committee on Tenure, Promotion and Development, 2007-2011; Fall 2014; established thorough team system of observing faculty teaching, with new report forms and annual evaluation; prepared summaries of each record in cases of review in years 3, 6 and 9 of those on tenure track or seeking promotion. Assisted in drafting revisions to Faculty Manual setting new standards for promotion to Full professor, requiring scholarly, professional activity.
  • Member, committee on Tenure, Promotion and Development, 2007-13.
  • Member, committee on curriculum, 2013-2014; assisted in reviewing curricular proposals and making recommendations to faculty meeting.Participant, faculty seminar on recent and controversial history, with Prof. Ernest May, Harvard University, 21-23 June 2005
  • Founding program coordinator for majors in international studies, public administration and public affairs, 1996-2004.
  • Director of college-wide faculty-student Justice symposium with multiple co-curricular events, 1998-2001.
  • Chair, academic services committee; developed technology use policy.
  • Chair, core curriculum committee; completed review of curriculum, for new administration, Fall 2003 -- with 7 week deadline.
  • Extensive other committee work including self-study; education policy commission (UNI); Ad-Hoc Honors; and faculty searches.
  • Dean's search committee, elected faculty-wide representative, 2003.
  • Founding steering committee member, Master's of Public Policy program design; and comprehensive examinations committee (at UNI). Assisted in creating a postgraduate program with cooperation among faculty from 12 disciplines; helped set examinations for the first two years of the MPP.
  • Chair, faculty research seminar, UNI
  • Chair, faculty privatization policy seminar, UNI
  • Participant, faculty seminars, Center for European Studies, and CFIA, Harvard University, 1983-5.
Skills
II. PUBLICATIONS & GRANTS
  • "Governance Through Collaboration: Open Government and Online Governance in the Twenty-first Century," chapter in Leonid Smorgunov, ed., Governance Through Collaboration. Moscow: Aspekt Press, forthcoming, 2018.
  • Chapter, “The Open Governance of Public Policy: changing administrative cultures and practices,” in  Leonid Smorgunov (ed), The Governance of Public Policy, Russian trans.. Moscow: Aspekt Press, 24 December 2015, pp.105-112. 
  • With Robin J. Lewis, Instructor's Manual for James McCormick, American Foreign Policy and Process, Sixth Edition. Thomson Wadsworth Cengage publishing, Jan.  2013. About 100 pages, single spaced. Chapter summaries, lecture launchers, web links, questions and extensive outlines.
  • "From Electronic FOIA (EFOIA) to e-Government: the Development of Online Official Information Services, 1985-2009," in Handbook of Public Information Systems, Third Edition, G. David Garson and Chris Shea, eds. CRC Press, 2010.
  • "Tide of Security Secrecy, Tide of Transparency: The G.W. Bush and Obama Administrations, 2001-2009," in Handbook of Public Information Systems, Third Edition, G. David Garson and Chris Shea, eds. CRC Press, 2010.
  • "Program Evaluation and Review Technique - Critical Path Analysis," essay with Bradley Best, in Jack Rabin (ed) Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, pp. 1583-1587, (Marcel Dekker, spring 2003). [Abstract Online]
  • Three articles, April 2003 on the war with Iraq: "Bush Thrives on War," "Blair Takes Greater Risks," and "Taking the War on Faith." Montgomery Advertiser.
  • "FOIA and the Emergence of Federal Information Policy in the 1980s and 1990s," chapter 4 of G. David Garson (ed), Handbook of Public Information Systems (NY: Marcel Dekker, 2000). Contents. Bibliography. Table. Book Contents, Abstracts and Contributors
  • "Electronic Access to Public Records," chapter 15 of G. David Garson (ed), Handbook of Public Information Systems (NY: Marcel Dekker, 2000).  Contents. Bibliography. Book Contents, Abstracts and Contributors
  • "Reinventing (Open) Government: State and Federal Trends." Government Information Quarterly, 12 (4): 427-455 (Fall 1995). Abstract & Contents.  [ Abstract at Auburn U. Library] (The British Cabinet Office in October 1997 acknowledged reading this article in preparation for their freedom of information bill.)
  • Instructor's manual for Ball and Peters, Modern Politics and Government. Chatham House Publishers. Manual for the Sixth edition, 2000.
  • Instructor's manual for B. Guy Peters, American Public Policy: Process and Performance, Chatham House Publishers. Manual for the Fifth Edition, June 1999. Manual for the Fourth Edition, October 1995. Instructor's Manual for the Third Edition, approx 100 pages, May 1994.
  • Exit Poll of the 1992 general election in Cedar Falls & Waterloo, Iowa. Presented on KWWL-TV and later as a paper to the Iowa conference of political scientists and to the American Politics Group, UK. Findings included a gender gap across multiple demographics.
  • Co-convened regular faculty research seminar series on privatization, with grant, summer 1993.  This seminar resulted in several scholarly publications by members.
  • 4 book reviews in European Studies Journal, 13 (1): 78-88, Spring 1996:
    • Pascaline Winand. 1993. Eisenhower, Kennedy, and the United States of Europe.
    • Alan W. Cafruny and Glenda G. Rosenthal, eds. 1993. The State of the European Community, Vol. 2: The Maastricht Debates and Beyond.
    • Gerald De Groot. 1993. Liberal Crusader: The Life of Sir Archibald Sinclair.
    • Henry Pelling. 1993. A Short History of the Labour Party. Tenth Edition.
  • Grant awarded, "Access to Official Information in the Federal and Ontario Provincial Governments of Canada." Research grant from Canadian embassy: $2,000 awarded November 1994-97 for production of MS; presented papers at American PSA '95 conference and International PSA '97 World Congress.
  • 5 book reviews in European Studies Journal, 12 (1): 108-123, Spring 1995.
    • Michael Smith and Stephen Woolcock, Redefining the US-EC Relationship,(1993).
    • Anthony Goodman, John of Gaunt: The Exercise of Princely Power in Fourteenth Century Europe, (1992).
    • Steven James Lambakis, Winston Churchill: Architect of Peace,(1993).
    • Francois Dreyfus, Jacques Morizet, and Max Peyrard, France and EC Membership Evaluated, (1993).
    • R.A. Johns and C.M. Le Marchant. Finance Centres: British Isle Offshore Development Since 1979, (1993).
  • Created and distributed with students Windows-based graphical databases of federal agencies, African American and female political leaders, European political biographies and political institutions and the entire US Congress 1981-92. These databases contain graphs, maps, scanned images, and a searchable text database.
  • Interactive tutorial program, Elect '88, on the opinion polls and 1988 election results, with graphs and questions (published by Duke University Press).
  • Several text based simulations and datasets were published by Duke University Press in 1990-92.
  • Grant awarded: UNI Provost's award, 1994, 1993, 1992.
  • "The Next Cycle of FOIA Policy? A Model for the Electronic Future." Access Reports 20 (13): 3-10 (22 June 1994.)
  • Instructor's manual for William E. Hudson, American Democracy in Peril: Seven Challenges to America's Future. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers. Approx 70 pages. Third edition, January 2001; first edition, Fall, 1994.
  • Instructor's manual for Fesler and Kettl, Politics of the Administrative Process, 2nd Edn. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers. Approx 100 pages. December 1996.
  • Instructor's manual for M. Donald Hancock, Politics in Western Europe. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers. Approx 200 pages. August 1994.
  • "New Technologies and FOIA Processing: Part I." Access Reports, 19 (15): 2-7 (July 21, 1993)
  • "New Technologies and FOIA Processing: Part II." Access Reports, 19 (16): 4-9 (August 4, 1993).
  • Instructor's manual for James McCormick, American Foreign Policy and Process, Second Edition. Peacock Publishers, August 1993. About 100 pages.
  • Grant awarded: UNI Dean's Challenge, 1992.
  • Book review: In American PSA, British Politics Group Newsletter, Summer 1992: of Rosamund Thomas, Espionage and Secrecy: The Official Secrets Acts 1911-1989 of the United Kingdom.
  • Thatcherism, review essay of 3 books in the American Political Science Review, 86 (1): 269-270 (March 1992).
  • 15 encyclopedia entries in L. Sandy Maisel (ed), Encyclopedia of American Political Parties and Elections, (New York: Garland Publishing, 1991).
  • "Simulations in Political Science: a Review Essay." Social Science Computer Review, 7 (3): 369-377 (Fall 1989). [PDF, not free]
  • "Freedom of Information: Developments in the United Kingdom." International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence, 3 (4): 465-474 (Winter 1989).
  • Grant awarded: PSC-CUNY Research Foundation Grant #669440: "Official Information in the U.K. and U.S.A." $5,870, June 1989 for July 1989-August 1989.
  • Book review: in Policy Studies Journal, 17 (4): 952-954 (Summer 1989): of Susan G. Hadden, A Citizen's Right to Know, (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1989).
  • Book review: in American PSA, British Politics Group Newsletter, Winter (Jan) 1987: of David Bell (ed), The Conservative Government.
  • The Freedom of Information Act: From Pressure to Policy Implementation. PhD Dissertation (Johns Hopkins University and University Microfilms, 1982). A policy history via extensive case law, official documents and statistics; combined with participant interviews among counsel, interest groups, legislative staff, and agency officials.

III. EXTERNAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Papers and presentations
  • Paper accepted: "Transparency, Open Government and E-Government: Confluence or Conflict?," for the World Congress of Political Science, Brisbane, Australia in June 2018.
  • Paper accepted: "Creating and delivering a solo political science program with transparency," for the APSA's Teaching and Learning Conference, Baltimore, 2-4 Feb. 2018.
  • "Governance Through Collaboration: Open Government and Online Governance in the Twenty-first Century," paper and keynote address to the Governance Through Collaboration conference of the Russian Political Science Association, at the St. Petersburg State University, Russia, 23 June 2017.
  • "Open Government and E-Governance: Issues of Collaboration and Inequality," presented to the World Congress of the International Political Science Association, at Poznan in Poland, 28 July 2016.
  • "Transparency, eGovernance and Policy," illustrated keynote address for the International Seminar on Governance and Public Policy held on 27-28 June 2015 at St. Petersburg State University, Russia. In role as Vice-chair of research committee 48 on comparative administrative culture of the international political science association (IPSA), (YouTube, DrPolitix channel, 16').
  • “Public sector values and the dilemmas of transparency,” to the panel on Public Values and Politico-Administrative Cultures, of the International PSA World Congress, in Montreal, Canada, 19-24 July 2014.
  • Convenor of panel on "Public Values"(including oral presentation on themes and trends), of Research Committee 48 on Administrative Culture of the IPSA for the World Congress 2014 at Montreal, Canada, July 2014.
  • Invited presentation on "AWAC and world affairs," to the Montgomery Lions Club, 31 May 2013.
  • "The Impact of Information and Communications Technology on Outward Flows of Official Records: Towards Transparency and eGovernance," a paper presented to the Information Technology and Politics section, annual conference of the Southern Political Science Association, in Orlando, Florida, 3-5 Jan. 2013.
  • "Transparency, FOI and Wikileaks versus US National Security Secrecy: The Obama and Bush Administrations," a paper presented to a panel, "Current and Future Issues in Public Administration as they affect administrative culture," at the World Congress of the International PSA, Madrid, July 2012
  • "Towards a Typology of Outward Flows of Official Information in Liberal Democracies." A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Alabama Political Science Association, at Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 30-31 March 2012.
  • "FOIA to WikiLeaks: the evolution of concepts of access to official information," paper presented as illustrated keynote speech to the conference, “From FOIA to WikiLeaks: Where are the Limits to Openness?” Open Society Foundation, Bratislava, Slovakia, 7-8 Dec. 2011.
  • "From Formal-passive to Informal-active Transparency: Freedom of Information, eGovernance and WikiLeaks." A paper [PDF] presented to, and published by, the First Global Conference on Transparency Research, Rutgers University Newark, NJ, 18-20 May 2011.
  • Illustrated presentation on HR 56, the controversial Alabama Immigration law, for public speaker panel at Immigration forum, Huntingdon College, November 2011.
  • "Redaction and Release Systems Versus Data Dump: Transparency Programs and The WikiLeaks Classified Documents Scandal." A paper presented to the annual meeting of the Alabama Political Science Association, at Samford University, Birmingham, AL, 15-16 April 2011.
  • "The characteristics and challenges of American government," to visiting legislators from Kazakhstan, under the auspices of Freedom Forum, at Huntingdon College, February 2011.
  • "Theodore Roosevelt," Dean's Colloquium, Huntingdon College, spring 2010.
  • "eFOIA to eGovernment?  The Development of Online Official Information Services, 1985-2009."  A paper presented to the Alabama Political Science Association conference, at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, AL, Apr. 2010.
  • "The First Amendment: provisions and purposes" [PowerPoint file] Dean's Colloquium, Huntingdon College, Constitution Day, 30 Sep. 2009.
  • "Conflict, Character and Succession: Politics in the Royal Tragedies of William Shakespeare,"  A paper with Charles Walters, a student, presented to the Alabama Political Science Association conference, University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, AL, 29 Apr. 2006.
  • "From the Miners to Major: A League of Change in Recent British Politics" [ Powerpoint file, 1MB] Buena Vista University, Iowa.  Public lecture, evening faculty-student seminar and three morning classes on public administration, constitutional law and American law, 12-13 Sep. 2005.
  • " Impact of the W. Bush administration on official information, privacy and security issues, 2001-04."  A paper for the Alabama Political Science Association conference, University of Alabama at Jacksonville, AL, 1 Apr. 2005.
  • "Electronic freedom of information, privacy and security issues during the W. Bush administration." Successful grant proposal for faculty-student research, for the HC Faculty Renewal Alumni Minigrant Project, Jan. 2005.
  • " Electronic freedom of information, privacy and security issues during the W. Bush administration."  A paper for the Southern Political Science Association conference, New Orleans, 7 Jan. 2005.
  • Day course: "Citizen of the World",  one-day (6 hour), intensive, illustrated annual course, Boy Scout Merit Badge Day, Huntingdon College, Sep. 2004-.
  • "Strategy versus Politics, Technology versus Expertise: on the Twenty-first anniversary of the Battle of the Falklands /Malvinas, May-June 1982."  Presented to the School of Advanced Airpower and Space Studies (graduate school) of the Air University, Maxwell AFB, in July 2003.
  • "Strategy Politics, and Expertise: on the Twenty-first anniversary of the Battle of the Falklands /Malvinas, May-June 1982."  Presented to the Air War College (graduate school) of the Air University, Maxwell AFB, in June 2003.
  • "China and Taiwan: Development, Coexistence and Tensions," to the Model United Nations, Auburn University Montgomery, 19 April 2004.
  • "Dilemma in the Des[s]ert: US foreign policy and the war with Iraq," to the Rotary Club of Montgomery, 17 March 2003.
  • "Unilateralism versus Multilateralism," to the Great Decisions program of the Foreign Policy Association, convened for Alabama World Affairs Council, Montgomery, AL, January 13, 2003.
  • "European Union Integration," to the Great Decisions program of the Foreign Policy Association, for Alabama World Affairs Council, Montgomery, AL, March 3, 2003.
  • "The foreign policy of President Bush (43)," presentation, plus a longer town hall meeting on Bush's foreign policy, to the Alaska World Affairs Council, Anchorage, November 2002.
  • "De Tocqueville in modern American society," to the Unitarian Universalist church of Montgomery, AL., 2002.
  • "The Impact on Bureaucracy of the Electronic Freedom of Information Act, 1996 2000," paper presented to the annual meeting of the Association for Computing in the Social Sciences, April-May 2000.  [ Abstract, University of GA online]
  • "Development of the Website for Courses in Political Science" for the panel on Technology in the Classroom for the Annual Instructional Technology Conference of the Faculty Development Consortium at Faulkner University, 14 April 2000. Presentation with projection of website and extensive development materials.
  • "Quick and Dirty Applications for the Busy Professor: From the Standalone PC to the Internet," to the Annual Instructional Technology Conference of the Faculty Development Consortium, at Faulkner University, 12 April 2000. Graphical software development materials for courses.
  • "The Supreme Court's Role in Access Policy" paper presented to the panel on Law and the Courts, American PSA Annual Conference,  Boston, MA, 6 Sep 1998.
  • "Comparative Administrative Culture: Bureaucratic Transparency in Sweden, Canada, Britain and the United States," poster session in Comparative Politics I for the American PSA Annual Conference, 4 Sep 1998 in Boston, MA.
  • "Internet Research Resources in Political Science," oral presentation for panel on Limits of Internet Research at Faculty Development Consortium 1998: Fourth Annual Instructional Techology Conference at Tuskegee University, March 11-13, 1998.
  • "The Justice of Information Control: The Supreme Court and Access to Official Data." for Panel on Justice, Politics and the Law, Southern Humanities Foundation Conference on Justice, March 20-22 1998, in Montgomery AL.
  • "Uses of the Internet for Research in Political Science" for the panel on Uses and limitations of the Internet for Research for the Faculty Development Conference on educational technology, at Tuskegee University, March 1998. With data tables and research materials.
  • "A New Transparency of Administrative Culture? A comparison of the US, UK, Canada and Sweden." for Panel on Comparative Administrative Culture, Research Group 36, at triennial World Congress of Political Science of International PSA, Seoul, South Korea, August 1997.
  • "A Functional Comparison of Educational Technology" for the Faculty Development Conference on educational technology at Auburn University, March 1997. With data tables.
  • "Geopolitics and Strategy in the Era of Bonnie Prince Charlie," to the St. Andrews Society of Montgomery, November 1996, marking the 250th anniversary of the battle of Culloden Moor.
  • "The myths of the 1996 elections," to the Montgomery Kiwanis, November 1996.
  • "The Dire Treatment of 'Political Consultants' from Socrates to the present," to Huntingdon's Presidential banquet, Sep. 1996.
  • "The Clinton Administration, the Information Highway, and Freedom of Information Policy." Panel on communications and the information highway, Center for the Study of the Presidency conference at Chicago, Nov 1995.
  • "Citizenship Rights in Canadian, US and British Bureaucracies: Reinventing (Open) Government?" Panel on comparative bureaucratic control, American PSA conference at Chicago, Aug-Sep 1995.
  • "Reinventing (Open) Government? Bureaucratic Reform and Digital Documents." Panel on technology and changing nature of organizations at the Midwest PSA, Chicago, April 1995.
  • "Reinventing (British) Government? Bureaucratic Reform Versus Privatization." Panel on comparative privatization policy, Midwest PSA, Chicago, April 1995.
  • "The Trojan Horse of European Public Administration? British Bureaucratic Reform Under the Conservatives, 1979-89." European Studies Conference '94, at Omaha NE, October 1994.
  • "Information Technology and the Transformation of Federal Government Efforts to Redact and Disclose Official Documents." American PSA, New York, Sep 1994.
  • "The Uses of Computers in the U.S. Government for Freedom of Information Act Request Processing." Academy of Business conference, London, U.K., June 1994.
  • "Qualitative Political Science Courseware: Some Graphical Applications for Windows 3.1." American Politics Group of the British PSA, at Durham, January 1994.
  • "Perotistas, Banking Scandal, Redistricting, the Gender Gap and 'Stealth Bombing': An Exit Poll of the 1992 General Election in an Iowan Urban Area." American Politics Group, British PSA, at Durham University, Jan 1994.
  • "Privatization and Liberalization in Britain, 1979-89: the 'Handbagging' of Public Institutions." Northeastern PSA at Newark, N.J., November 1993. Also chaired.
  • "Can Privatization in Britain be a Model for Others in Europe? 'Handbagging' Nationalized Industries and the Professions in the Thatcher Administrations, 1979-89." European Studies Conference at Omaha, October 14-16, 1993. Also chaired panel on "The Resurgent Right."
  • "European Politics Database and Tutorial Software." European Studies Conference at Omaha, October 14-16, 1993.
  • "Technology to Assist FOIA Responses: a Software Solution Set." American Society of Access Professionals, Annual Symposium, Rockville, MD, August 31, 1993. Paper with software demonstration.
  • "Educational Software for Political Science," Small College Computing Symposium '93, at UNI April 16, 1993.
  • Presentation, "The Federal Freedom of Information Act," faculty colloquium at UNI, April 2, 1993.
  • "The British Sport of Handbagging: Sales of Public Enterprises and Institutional Liberalization Under the Thatcher Administrations, 1979-89." Iowa Conference of Political Scientists, at Simpson College, November 7, 1992. Also chaired panel.
  • "The Mother of All Privatizations: U.K. National Assets Under the Conservatives, 1979-89." Third World Studies Conference, at Omaha, October 1992.
  • "The Municipal Elections of New York, 1989: Mayoral Milestone and Charter Reform." American Politics Group, British PSA, at Bristol, January 1991.
  • "Political Software." American PSA Computer User's Group, American PSA National Conference, San Francisco, Aug 29 - Sept 2, 1990.
  • "The Official Information Policy Paradox: The Rational Results of Political Bargaining." American Society of Access Professionals, at Rosslyn, VA, Sept 27th, 1989. Also keynote speech on Sept 29th.
  • "Developments in the United Kingdom." American Society of Access Professionals, at Rosslyn, VA, Sept 27th, 1989.
  • "The Iran-contra Affair: a Working Paper." American Politics Group, British PSA, at Keele, England, January 1989.
  • "Political Science Courseware: A Comparative Analysis." American PSA, August 31, 1989.
  • Presentation, "Political Courseware: Successes and Caveats." Invited Speaker, Faculty Development Conference, New Jersey Board of Higher Education at Newark, March 3, 1989.
  • "Interactive Courseware for Politics: Producing and Consuming." American Politics Group, British PSA, at Keele, January 1989.
  • "Computer Simulations of the Political Process: Consuming and Producing." Carnegie-Mellon University Conference on Computing in Undergraduate Education, Pittsburgh, October 1988.
  • "Using Computer Simulations in Political Science: a Comparison." CUNY PSA, NY, February 1988.
Conference service
  • As President of IPSA's research committee on comparative administrative culture (RC48), convened 6 panels of 36 papers for the World Congress of Political Science, to be held in Brisbane, Australia in June 2018.
  • Discussant on two English-language panels of the Governance Through Collaboration conference of the Russian Political Science Association, at the St. Petersburg State University, Russia, 23-24 June 2017.
  • Chair and discussant for the Transparency and Governance 1 panel of the Global Conference on Transparency Research at the University of Limerick, Ireland, 20-21 June 2017.
  • Two panels convened (one chaired) on administrative culture for the world congress, Poznan, Poland, 2016, of the International Political Science Association
  • Invited participant, World War One Centennial workshop, Draughon Center for Humanities, Auburn University, 14-15 June 2016.
  • Invited participant, workshop on Leading and Serving in Changing Times, Auburn University Montgomery, 26 April 2016.
  • Past Co-President of Alabama PSA, 2014-15; executive committee of AlaPSA board, 2015-.
  • Convenor and Chair of panel on "Transparency", of Research Committee 48 on Administrative Culture of the International Political Science Association, for IPSA's World Congress 2014 at Montreal, Canada, July 2014.
  • Convenor and Co-chair of panels on "Cutback Management and Administrative Culture", of Research Committee 48 on Administrative Culture of the International Political Science Association for the World Congress 2014 at Montreal, Canada, July 2014.
  • Hosting Co-chair of the Program for the March 2014 annual meeting of the Alabama Political Science Association, at Huntingdon College.
  • Invited participant, USAF Research Institute and Air War College's African Airmen Alumni Symposium, 11-13 June 2013 at Maxwell AFB.
  • Chaired panel and discussed papers, for the Information Technology and Politics section, annual conference of the Southern Political Science Association, in Orlando, Florida, 3-5 Jan. 2013.
  • Chaired panel, "Ethics in Public Administration, including corruption /anti-corruption," at the World Congress of the International PSA, Madrid, 8-12 July 2012
  • Attended Bridge Builders forum on Alabama's HR56, the controversial immigration law, with a keynote speech by Gov. Bentley, 4 Nov. 2011.
  • Participant, symposium “Africa: Security Challenges and Strategic Perspectives” jointly sponsored by the Association for the Study of the Middle East and Africa and the Air Force Research Institute, 13 February 2009 at the Air Command and Staff College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery AL.
  • Moderated televised debate among congressional candidates for the second district of Alabama, October 2008.
  • Participant, Course on Pre-Law Advising, and Annual Conference, American PSA, 26-30 Aug. 2008
  • Participant, International Conference on the Right to Public Information, Jimmy Carter Center, Atlanta, 27-29 Feb. 2008.
  • Participant, Conference for Department Chairs, American PSA, Charlotte NC, Feb. 2007
  • Participant, Conference on Teaching and Learning, American PSA, Charlotte NC, Feb. 2007
  • Participant, residential faculty seminar, "Interpreting recent and controversial history," with Professor Ernest May, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 21-23 June 2005.
  • Participant, US Air Force National Security Forum, Air War College, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, May 2005.
  • Participant, US Air Force educators' tour and workshop, San Antonio, 22-25 Feb. 2005.
  • Participant, US Air Force Officer Candidate School tour, Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, 9 November 2004.
  • Lecturer, leader: Great Decisions program of Foreign Policy Association, Montgomery AL, January - March 2004.  Lectured twice per series, facilitated program of weekly seminars involving postgraduate faculty and students.
  • Judge for Leadership speech contest, Alabama Power, Montgomery, Sat. 8 March 2003.
  • Lecturer, leader: Great Decisions program, of Foreign Policy Association, Montgomery AL, January - March 2003.  Lectured twice per series, facilitated program of weekly seminars involving postgraduate faculty and students.
  • Participant, World Affairs Councils of America, annual conference, "Latin American Relations," Washington DC, January 2002.  Participated in seminars and developed official website of notes of presentations throughout the conference, as submitted by participants, plus official transcript of the speech by President Bush (43).  Received one of the inaugural Maybach awards of conference fees for service to education in international affairs.
  • Participant, American Association of Access Professionals, annual symposium December 2001.  Participated in seminars and developed website of notes of presentations throughout the conference, which was focused on responses in freedom of information, privacy and e-Government to the terrorist atrocities of September 11.
  • Kennedy School of Public Policy, Harvard University, academic conference of American Association of Political Consultants, March 29-31 2001.  (Took undergraduates to the forums, and participated in the professional seminars and workshops).
  • Chaired panel on Comparative Administrative Culture (Research Group 48) at the World Congress of Political Science, of International PSA, Quebec City, August 2000.
  • US Air Force Academy Assembly on Diversity Policy, Colorado Springs, Co, February 2000. (Took undergraduates to the student assembly, and participated in the faculty seminars and workshops).
  • Academic conference of American Association of Political Consultants, Baton Rouge LA, November 1999.  (Took students to the forums, and participated in the professional seminars and workshops).
  • Participant, American PSA annual conference 1999 in Atlanta, GA, 1-5 Sep.
  • US Air Force Academy Assembly on US-Latin American relations, Colorado Springs, Co, 23-26 February 1999. (Took undergraduates, and participated in the faculty seminars and workshops; reported presentation by Amb. Romero.)
  • Chaired panel on "Literature, Law and Discourses of Justice" for the Southern Humanities Foundation Conference on Justice, March 20-22 1998, Montgomery AL.
  • Moderated the final plenary session on "Justice and Education in the C21st: Roles, Responsibilities and Rewards," (featuring the writers Leslie Marmon Silko and Pearl Cleage) for the Southern Humanities Foundation Conference on Justice, March 20-22 1998, in Montgomery AL.
  • Participant, "Women In Politics: Access, Activity, Advancement" Conference at University of AL Huntsville, 14-15 November 1997. (Took an undergrad, and participated in seminars).
  • Participant, "The Carter Presidency: Policy Choices in the Post New Deal Era" at the Carter Library, Atlanta GA, February 1997.
  • Monthly panel sessions of the Alabama World Affairs Council, 1996-.
  • Chaired panel, "Grass Roots Party Activity." For the Midwest PSA, at Chicago, April 15, 1994.
  • "Business and Official Information." American Society of Access Professionals, September 27-29, 1989 at Rosslyn, VA. Program chair for one day's panels of conference.
  • Chaired American politics panel at American politics group of British Political Studies Association, annual conference, at Oxford University, 198x.
  • Participant, faculty seminar series Harvard University Center for European Studies, and Center for International Affairs, 1983-5.
Professional activities
  • Chair and webmaster, Research Committee 48 on Administrative Culture, of the IPSA, 2016-, formerly Vice-Chair of program, 2011-16
  • Vice President 2017-, Executive committee member 2016-; Board Member, webmaster, 2002-. Alabama World Affairs Council, 1996-. Regular participant in discussions, also taking half a dozen undergrads to each meeting.
  • Past Co-President of Alabama PSA, 2014-15; executive committee of AlaPSA board, 2015-.
  • Consultant for U.S. Food and Drug Administration, 1986-96.  Freedom of Information staff: conducting occasional 2-day courses covering legislative history, theory, case law and federal regulations. Consulted on administrative and legal strategies for resolving current dilemmas in FOIA cases and law. Narrated /moderated training documentary shown to FDA Commissioner and developed demonstration training software.
  • Political Science Association memberships: Alabama, American (sections on political parties, legislative studies, presidency research group, British politics, western Europe, computers and multimedia), International (Research committee on Comparative Administrative Culture).
  • Formerly Northeastern PSA, Midwestern PSA, New England PSA, Southern PSA; British Political Studies /American Politics Group, and Iowa Conference of Political Scientists.
  • Formerly member of the Academy of Political Science, Center for Study of the Presidency, American Society of Access Professionals.
  • Scholarly journal article reviewer, PS: Political Science and Politics (APSA, 2011-); International Studies Review, 2010-; Scientific Journals International, 2006-.
  • Reader, AP Government and Politics of the US examination, Educational Testing Service, 2010
  • Academic Advisory Board member for Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism, McGraw-Hill publishing, October 2009-.
  • Member of the editorial board of Open Government: A Journal on Freedom of Information, an international journal, Feb.2009-.
  • Textbook, manuscript and proposal reviewer, Congressional Quarterly Press, 2010-; Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2008-; Thomson Publishing, 2003-; Longman Pearson Publishing, 2003-; Polity Press, UK, 2003-, and formerly (1990s) for Chatham House publishers, now a part of CQ Press.
  • Reviewer of key votes in Alabama legislature for Project Vote-Smart, 2007-2015.
  • Doctoral dissertation reviewer for Andhra University, India, 2000-2004.
  • Book manuscript reviewer, Jan - May 1997: James A. Nathan. Soldiers, Statecraft and History: Coercive Diplomacy and International Order, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.
  • Grant reviewer, Latin American area studies research grants consortium, Ford Foundation. Periodic meetings to review faculty travel and document purchase grant proposals at Auburn University, 1998-2001.
  • CD-ROM review for publisher: public administration material reviewed for Chatham House publishers, January 1997.
  • Interviewer, Needham Project on relative parental roles by gender in suburban town, Wellesley College Center for Research on Women, 1983-84.
  • Research assistant, Dr. Milton C. Cummings jr, on the development of government support of the arts in the US (1977), later published as a comparative book on the arts in developed nations, Cummings and Katz, The Patron State.
  • Life member, the Oxford Union Debating Society, 1973-.

IV. INTRA-MURAL SERVICE & TEACHING
Faculty leadership
  • Member, Dean's and then Provost's Council, 2011-2014.
  • Elected Chair, Committee on Tenure, Promotion and Development, 2007-08, 2008-09; 2009-10; 2010-11 and Fall 2014. Organized and conducted committee observations of untenured faculty, and recommended to the dean and president decisions on promotion and tenure, and status of newly hired faculty. Established procedures, templates and forms to formalize committee process. Previous and continuing member of committee.
  • Participant in PACT faculty seminar, created new core course, practising the art of critical thinking, 2010-, for preparation and retention of freshmen.
  • Elected faculty member, search committee for dean of faculty, spring 2008.  During intensive national search for Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, advised president on selection.
  • Elected chair, Travel Committee, 2004-5.  Revised travel program and policy to adapt to budget reductions.
  • Participant in First Year Experience course and faculty/staff seminars, May 2004-2007, for preparation and retention of freshmen.
  • Active Faculty ANTS (Assisting New & Transfer Students on moving-in days), 2002-
  • Elected faculty member, search committee for dean of faculty, spring 2004.  During intensive national search for Deputy Provost for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, advised president on selection.
  • Elected chair, core curriculum committee, which (at the request of a new administration) consulted intensively and designed a comprehensive revision of the college core, October-November 2003.
  • Member, athletic committee, 2001-2005.  Assisted in supervising transition from NAIA to NCAA Div. III, approved match schedules subject to academic restrictions.
  • Director of college liberal arts symposium on Justice, Sep 1998 - May 2001. Chaired and minuted faculty seminar, administered course for 200 students and 20 co-teaching faculty, and directed special events. Added faculty lectures and essay, to positive reviews. Contributed lecture, essays and introductions to the course web pages. Designed, conducted and analyzed extensive social survey about the symposium.  Developed existing website.
  • Member of faculty core curriculum committee, overseeing implementation of college-wide liberal arts symposia, Sep 1998-. Established guidelines for the teaching and assessment of the symposia. (Also its predecessor, Ad Hoc LAS committee.
  • Member of faculty self-study purpose and institutional effectiveness committee, 1997-99, revising college purpose statement, planning student outcomes assessment college-wide, and institutional self-study. 1999-2000 reviewed departmental self study plans, implementation and subsequent data.
  • Chair of faculty committee on academic services, 1998-99 researched and recommended campus wide information technology policy in response to self study. 1997-98, planned library and (to some degree) computer resources campus-wide during expansion of electronic services. Member, 1998-
  • Member of faculty Institutional Effectiveness committee, 1997-98, planning student outcomes assessment and institutional self-study. Helped devise first round of assessment of core skills.
  • participated with information sessions and lunches with prospective students and parents in all Admissions Open Houses, 1996-. Cooperated with photography crews for brochures. Met with any prospective students on request. Devised public affairs brochures and distributed to prospective student groups including girls' state.
  • Participated in faculty development seminars for new Liberal Arts Symposia: "Origins," "Justice" and "Self and Society." 1996-.
  • Member of faculty/student Honors committee 1996-97. Reviewed student candidates for various academic and general honors.
  • Sponsored and revitalized student political science societies & clubs, at each college. Many evening panel events on current topics such as US interventions abroad, Watergate, Northern Ireland, the Iran-contra Affair and various general elections.
  • Convener of departmental research presentation series at UNI, featuring faculty and postgraduate students.
  • College computer committee: established multimedia presentation classrooms and a full computer lab with initial $200,000 grant, at UNI.
  • Educational Policies Commission: dealt with grading standards, grievance procedures and withdrawal system at UNI.
  • Extensive committee and commission work, arranging of speaker presentations, internal research presentation, dept newsletter, at UNI.
Community Outreach
  • Extensive commentating on television, including televised analysis on CTV News Canada, of
  • and Analysis of the Iowa caucuses, on NBC nightly news with Brian Williams and Gwen Ifill, 27 Jan. 1996 ; and NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw and Gwen Ifill, 6 Feb. 1996, and in print media.
  • Extensive analysis for television stations, particularly WSFA and WAKA/WNCF,  of the election campaigns, Jan-Dec. 2012
  • Judge of final round of  Lincoln-Douglas debate, Southeastern tournament of Christian Forensics League, February 2011.
  • Prepared students as guest analysts for WSFA-TV, of President Obama's State of the Union address, January 2010.
  • Judged the congressional debate at St. James school's speech forensics tournament, 7 Oct. '06
  • Quoted extensively in Montgomery Advertiser newspaper article on terrorist bombings in London, 8 July '05
  • Interviewed by WAKA-TV evening news on bombings of London, 7 July '05.
  • Appearance on APTV's For the Record, review of 2004, discussion of the war with Iraq, 30 minutes, shown 29 Dec. 2004.
  • Contacted prospective students in the relevant majors by telephone, e-mail, letter and web page, to assist in recruitment, 2000- (recognized by Assoc. Dean Murphy as most successful faculty recruiter).
  • Frequent appearances alone or with students on all Montgomery television news stations and in the Advertiser newspaper during election campaign season, autumn 2000.E.g., during first presidential debate, students or professor appeared on all local channels; commentated on electoral college during vote counting dispute in Florida; and discussed middle east strategy and naval damage control tactics during USS Cole bombing.
  • Spoke to the Universalist church and participated regularly in United Methodist Churches including bible related classes.
  • Quoted by Montgomery newspaper many times, e.g., about Liberal Arts Symposium speaker, February 1999.
  • Television commentating on APTV: on state politics, 1998-99.
  • Television commentating on WSFA-TV (NBC): e.g, State of the Union 1/1998; Presidential debates 10/96; Newsmakers panel on presidential campaign 11/96.
  • Television commentating on WHOA-TV; WAKA-TV (CBS); and WNCF-TV (ABC).
  • Featured in College viewbooks, alumni relations newsletter (interviewed) and print advertising.
Curriculum improvement
  • Renovated all courses, 2014-, with PowerPoints, web links, team search, discussion and essay exercises using Google Forms and Drive ("GoogOlympics"), following fourth five-year comprehensive review of program.
  • Conducted third 5-year, comprehensive review of the political science program, 2010-11.  Successfully proposed new courses:
    • PSC 209 World Politics (approved for PSC major, HC core, and new HC Honors core).
    • PSC 215 Southern Politics (approved for PSC major).
    • PSC 308 Public Organizations and Policy (approved for PSC major).
    • PSC 309 Terrorism and Developing Countries (approved for PSC major).
    • also PSC 201 American Government (already in PSC major and HC core) was approved for HC's new Honors core.
  • Participated in faculty seminar for development of new freshman core seminar, Practicing the Art of Critical Thinking (PACT). PACT is the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) for HC's reaccreditation by SACS. 2010-11, 2011-12.
  • Taught PACT as overload, Fall 2010 and Fall 2011.
  • Integrated field trips to courses, 2009-10: Jimmy Carter presidential center and museum; CNN tour; FDR Little White House museum.
  • Integrated civil rights field trips to courses, 2009-10: Rosa Parks museum; SPLC memorial and museum; King memorial church and parsonage museums.
  • Created Current Affairs course for mature students, with web based, video conference, on-site and distance seminar & emailed components, Fall 2007.
  • Created new course material on  German politics, society, economics, geography and history, for the travel preparation seminar, Bavarian highlights, spring 2007.
  • Created new course template in Current Affairs for the School of Professional Studies, Huntingdon College, July 2006.
  • Conducted revised travel course "British Politics," May 2006.  Following preparatory 3 credit course, arranged onsite tutorials with an Oxford professor,  two members of parliament, plus one professor at King's College, London.
  • Created seminar in Third World Politics and Terrorism, Fall 2005.
  • Created new graduate seminar in "Area Studies, Europe" for the Master of International Relations, Auburn University at Montgomery, held at Maxwell AFB, July 2005.
  • Conducted new travel course "British Politics," January 2004.  Following preparatory 3 credit course, arranged onsite tutorials with two Oxford professors, two members of parliament, plus one policy entrepreneur.
  • Active participant in First Year Experience course and faculty/staff retreat and seminars, May 2004-2007.
  • Reviewed, pursuant to strategy of new college administration, student numbers, progress and alumni outcomes in multidisciplinary majors, planned deletion of the majors and transition of student advisees to newer curriculum, 2003-2005.
  • Created large website for recruitment, curriculum, advising, research links, alumni relations, for all political science courses, 2000-.
  • Conducted new Jan Term course "Coed Rugby," January 2000, featured on local television.
  • Created and taught Jan term seminar "Fieldwork in Public Affairs," January 1998. Extensive onsite briefings at law courts, media and political offices; and guest speakers.
  • Helped pioneer use of smart multimedia classrooms at both UNI and Huntingdon College.
  • Created new majors and minors in Political Science, and Public Administration together with advising booklets and tables, October 1996.
  • Created new multidisciplinary majors in Public Policy, Public Affairs Tri-subject, International Studies and European Studies, together with advising booklets and tables, October 1996.
  • Conducted new Jan Term course "British Politics and Rugby," January 1997.
  • Prepared three multidisciplinary Liberal Arts Symposia ("Origins", "Justice" and "Self & Society"). Also, adapted and taught these symposia for Lifelong learners.
  • Prepared new courses in American Policy System, Public Administration, Public Policy Analysis, Presidency and Congress, and Public Organizations, (1977-78).
  • Prepared new courses in Comparative Government; International Relations; and Political Theory /Constitutional Law (1976-77).
  • Introduced classic political theory and empirical political science readings to all courses.
  • Introduced internships and fieldwork.
  • Introduced numerous guest speakers from politics, government and law to most courses.
Course Repertoire
(in 2 year rotation unless noted, 4 courses per term + some overloads)
  • American Government (annually)
  • World Politics (annually, 2011-)
  • Introduction to Public Administration
  • American Policy System (annually)
  • Southern Politics (2011-)
  • Voters, Parties and Elections
  • Comparative Government
  • International Relations
  • Political Theory & Constitutional Law
  • Presidency and Congress
  • Public Organizations (till 2011)
  • Public Policy Analysis (till 2011)
  • Public Organizations and Policy (2011-)
  • British Politics
  • Terrorism and Developing Countries (formerly a seminar)
  • Senior Capstone Research seminar (annually, 1999-2010; more recently, on demand)
  • Freshman first term interdisciplinary seminars (annually): Liberal arts Symposium, 1996-2003; First Year Experience, 2003-2010; Practicing the Art of Critical Thinking (PACT), 2010-.
Additional courses: (taught as needed).
  • Guest instructor, the Great Decisions lifelong learning series in foreign policy, under the auspices of AWAC and using the materials of the Foreign Policy Association, spring 2016, 2017 and 2018.
  • Current Affairs, evening course for adult learners in person and via internet & video conference (webinar), Huntingdon School of Professional Studies, Sep. 2006 & Fall 2007.
  • Graduate seminar in European Studies, for Auburn University Montgomery's MIR program, summer '05.
  • British Politics travel experience, including tutorials with Oxford professors and seminars with members of parliament, Jan. 2005 and May 2006.
  • Internship or Fieldwork in Politics or Law.
  • Coed Rugby: January Term 2000.
  • British Politics and Rugby Football: January Term 1997.
  • Fieldwork in Public Affairs: January Term 1998.
  • Lifelong learning (evening) adapted Symposia: "Origins," "Justice" and "Self and Society".
  • Boy Scouts of America "Citizen of the World" merit badge course, non credit, full day, annually Sep. 2006-.
  • Foreign Policy Association, "Great Decisions in Foreign Policy," for high schools, ten weeks, 2004 and 2006.
  • West European Democracies (UNI and AUM).
  • American Government in a Comparative Perspective. (Both on-site and correspondence courses, UNI).
  • Presidential Politics (CUNY).
  • Introduction to Politics. (Wellesley).
  • British Politics, as study abroad (one month in London, Colby).
  • Policymaking in a Bureaucratic Age (Wellesley).
  • Internship and class in New York City Politics (CUNY).
  • Senior Research Seminar in Official Secrecy and Information (Wellesley).
Service to students
  • Advised successful law & graduate school applicants (>e.g., just since 2001) to U. of Alabama (JD, PhD), American U. (JD, MIS), U. of Chicago (JD), Colorado State U. (MPP), Duke U., U. of Florida (JD), Florida State U. (JD), George Washington U. (MPH), Mercer U. (JD), Samford U. (JD), UC Santa Clara (JD), U. Southern Mississippi (MED), Mississippi State U. (JD), and Tulane U. (JD, MSW).
  • Facilitated and spoke at public forum on Alabama's controversial immigration law, hosted by HC college democrats.
  • Facilitated demonstration by College Democrats, March 2011, who planted a flower every 12 minutes in honor of lives lost without health care in the US.
  • Faculty adviser, Model United Nations team, 2008-2009.  Took startup team to MUN-NY, at the United Nations general assembly, April 2009.
  • Recognized as Renaissance Member by Sigma Phi Epsilon, 2002, an award winning chapter of the "balanced man" fraternity.
  • Many field trips to courts and capitol, invited guest speakers, television discussion events in dorm, outlines on web pages.
  • Multiple evening events including student television commentating on all local channels for public affairs club during elections in 2000,  2004 and 2008.
  • Facilitated creation of sailing club, 2000.
  • Facilitated creation of College Democrats, 1999-2000.  Faculty sponsor, 2002-.
  • Took undergrads to evening events such as World Affairs council (monthly), Alabama Shakespeare Theatre and Temple Beth Or.
  • Recognized by tennis coach for support of tennis team and camp.
  • Began taking students to research conferences (with USAFA Assembly '99). Led student conference trips such as to American Association of Political Consultants conference 1999 in New Orleans and 2001 at the Kennedy School, Harvard University.
  • Recognized by basketball coach for support of team.
  • Supported Huntingdon performances and children's dance and art courses with intensive involvement of own children.
  • Recorded debriefing interviews with successful law school applicants; videotapes available to undergrads, 1999.
  • Purchased 56 APSA '99 and 50 APSA '98 conference papers to found a library collection, to assist students in researching term papers.
  • Fraternity adviser (recognized with college award), for Alabama Zeta chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon, 2005-. Brotherhood won intra-mural cup virtually every year, usually held outstanding GPA, sent many alumni to law and medical schools, upheld community service and balanced man ethos.
  • Faculty sponsor for Freshman Class, suggesting activities and events, 1997-2001.
  • Three students interviewed on WSFA-TV during State of the Union address in College, Feb 1998.
  • Held three presidential debate evenings of analysis for students in College, Spring 1997. One was televised by WSFA-TV.
  • Created active Public Affairs Club with some three dozen student members.
  • Held evening dorm session of "politically incorrect" panel and audience discussion of current affairs, Spring 1997.
  • Brought outside speakers to several classes from state politics (e.g., 15 in Fall 1997). Negotiated and supervised several new student internships.
  • Joined pre-law and pre-med undergrads in dormitory evening of quiz game (with Dr. Buckner.)
REFEREES:
  • Dr. Maureen Murphy (chair of Chemistry, former Assoc. Dean) 334.361.9446
  • Dr. Paul Gier (chair of Biology) 334.320.3312
  • Dr. Frank Buckner (Assoc. Dean, former Chair of Humanities, Religion, professor emeritus) 334.467.9292
  • Dr. Eric Kidwell (Director of Library) 334.265.5951