Professor of sociology, psychology and anthropology since 1996.
Non-profit leader, board member, and founder since 1999.
Provided leadership for the growth and build-out of 20+ degree programs, both fully online, hybrid and face-to-face, launched in the California State University system.
Program assessmengt and evaluation expereince since 2003.
Seasoned reseacher, with expereince on federally and regionally funded grants in the areas of heath and wellness, social services, social sciences, and suport for people with disabilities.
Attracting and Retaining Adults: Top 10 Features of Programs Designed for Busy Adult Students (evolllution.com)
SERVING THE PUBLIC: THE CASE FOR FORMALLY PROFESSIONALIZING COURT-CONNECTED AND LITIGATED-CASE MEDIATION
This article posits that the field of mediation can better serve the public by developing a system of public accountability that would elevate itself to a formal, professional status. What’s more, the proverbial train may have already left the station in disputes that are resolved in a public forum: court-connected and litigated cases.