Harold W. Baillie, Ph.D.

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Professor of Philosophy

Office: Loyola Science Center Room 407

Phone: 570.941.4670

Email: harold.baillie@scranton.edu

Dr. Harold W. Baillie is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of Scranton. In addition to courses in the Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics, he has taught courses in Ancient Philosophy, Medical Ethics, Metaphysics, and Political Philosophy. His research interests include Aristotle, Medical Ethics, Public Health Ethics, and the nature of species. After ten years in administration, primarily as provost of The University of Scranton, he returned to the classroom in the spring of 2015.

He has been a visiting professor at a variety of international universities, including Comenius University and the University of Trnava, both in Slovakia, the State Medical University in Tbilisi, and the National Institute of Health in the Republic of Georgia, Capital University of Economics and Business, Beijing, China, and American University of Beruit and St. Joseph's University, Lebanon, as guest of the Mekassad Philanthropic Islamic Association of Beruit. Domestically, he has been a visiting professor at the Yale University School of Medicine and Ashland University.

He is a co-author of the book Health Care Ethics: Principles and Problems (6 editions, Prentice-Hall), and co-editor, and contributing author, of Is Human Nature Obsolete? Genetics, Bioengineering and the Human Condition from The MIT Press. He has authored articles on subjects ranging from healthcare ethics to metaphysics and political philosophy, and currently works as a medical ethics consultant with several local health care facilities.

Dr. Baillie received his A.B. from Yale University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. from Boston College.

Office Hours: MWF 11 a.m.- 12 p.m., Tuesday 11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m., or by appointment.

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 HAROLD W. BAILLIE

Professor

Department of Philosophy

University of Scranton

Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510

(570) 961‑4670

Harold.Baillie@scranton.edu

 

PO Box 218, Clinton Street

Waverly, PA   18471                                                   Married, four children

(570) 586‑1672

 

EDUCATION

 

            A.B.                             Yale University June 1972

            M.A.                            Boston College January 1976

            Ph.D.                           Boston College May 1978

 

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

 

            2006-2014                   Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

            2005-2006                   Interim Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

            2004-2005                   Interim Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, University of Scranton

  1998-2004                   Chief Compliance Officer, Community Medical Center, Scranton, PA

            1996-1998                   Chair, Ethics Committee, Mercy Hospital System East

            1989-1992                   President, Faculty Senate, University of Scranton

            1986-1989                   Moderator, Alpha Sigma Nu (Jesuit Honor Society)

            1982-1985                   Chair, Department of Philosophy, University of Scranton

            1976-1978                   Director, Perspectives Program, Boston College

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

            1978-present               Professor of Philosophy (1993)

                                                 University of Scranton

  2007                            Visiting Professor

                                               Capital University, Beijing, China

2000-2005                    Affiliated FacultyDepartment of Public Health and Management

Tbilisi State Medical University, Republic of Georgia

            1999-Present               Visiting Professor

                                                University of Trnava, Trnava, Republic of Slovakia

            1998 (April)                Visiting Professor

                                                Yale University           

            1973-1978                   Teaching Fellow, Philosophy Department

                                                Boston College

            1976                            Lecturer‑‑ Part‑time, Philosophy Department

                                                Stonehill College

PUBLICATIONS

            Book:

Health Care Ethics: Principles and Problems, co‑authored with T. Garrett, J. F. McGeehan, and R. Garrett; Englewood, New Jersey: Prentice‑Hall; 5th Ed. 2009. 6th Ed.2011.

Health Care Ethics: Principles and Problems, co‑authored with T. Garrett and R. Garrett; Englewood, New Jersey: Prentice‑Hall; 1st Ed. 1989; 2nd Ed. 1993; 3rd Ed. 1998; 4th Ed.  2001.

            Edited Book:

Is Human Nature Obsolete? Genetics, Bioengineering and the Future of the Human Condition co-edited with Timothy K. Casey; Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press; 2005.

            Essays in Books:

“Introduction” co-authored with Timothy K. Casey, Is Human Nature Obsolete? Genetics, Bioengineering and the Future of the Human Condition co-edited with Timothy K. Casey; Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press; 2005.

“Aristotle and Genetic Engineering: The Uncertainty of Excellence,” Is Human Nature Obsolete? Genetics, Bioengineering and the Future of the Human Condition co-edited with Timothy K. Casey; Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press; 2005.

“Genetic Engineering and Our Human Nature” Genetic Prospects: Essays on Biotechnology, Ethics, and Public Policy ed. Verna Gehring; Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. 2003, 43-50. Reprint of an article. 

“The Role of Professionals” Introduction to Health Management (in Georgian language) Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia: National Health Management Center, 2002, ch. 30.

 

Articles:

“Patient Capacity and Physician Response Regarding Physician-Assisted Suicide Requests: Ethical, Legal, and Behavioral Health Considerations” Co-authored with Michael J. Costello and Daniel J. West. Journal of Quality Health Care 2(3), July-September 2003, 12-21.

“Genetic Engineering and Our Human Nature” Philosophy and Public Policy Quarterly 23(1/2), Winter/Spring 2003, 28-31.

“The Professions and Professionalism in the Hospital Setting” Journal of Health Sciences Management and Public Health 3(1), 2002, 33-37.

          “Managerial Ethics in Health Care Privatization.” Journal of Health Sciences Management and Public Health 2(2), 2001, 98-103.

“Ethical Considerations in Developing New Models and Systems of Primary Health    Care.” Journal of Health Management and Public Health 4(2), 1999, 12-16.

 “Ethical Issues in Clinical Research and Randomized Trials: How to Organize an Ethically Acceptable Comparative Study on Drug Efficacy.” Journal of Health Management and Public Health 4(2), 1999, 22-26.

 “Privatization, Social Structures and Delivery of Health Care in the Slovak Republic.” Co-authored with Michael J. Costello and Daniel J. West. The Journal of Health Administration Education 16(2), Spring 1998, 243-254.

“The Development and Utilization of Health Care Ethics Committees.” Journal of Health Management and Public Health, 3(1), 1998, 37-41.

"Academic Integrity and Catholic Higher Education." The Scranton Journal Winter 1997, 9-11.

 "The Abortion Discussion in the USA: A Survey and Some Reflections" Journal of Health Management and Public Health 1(2), 1996, 43-46.

 "American Business Ethics and Health Care Costs" with T. Garrett and R. Klonoski, Health Care Management Review, 18(4), 1993, 44-50.

 "National Health Insurance: The Ethics of Social Commitment," with Thomas Garrett, Biomedical Ethics Reviews: 1990, ed., by J. Humber and R. Almeder, Clifton, NJ: Humana Press, 1991.

 "Virtue in its Place" Commonplaces: Essays on the Nature of Place, David Black and Donald Kunze, eds., Washington, D.C. University Press of America, 1989, pp. 25‑41

                   "Learning the Emotions” The New Scholasticism, Vol. LXII, No. 1, 1988.

"Noetic Activity in Aristotle's Thought: Man, God and Ultimate Reality and Meaning," Journal of Ultimate Reality and Meaning,  5(3).,   Sept. 1982, pp. 230‑249.

 

AREAS OF TEACHING SPECIALIZATION

            Ancient Greek Philosophy, Medical Ethics, Political Philosophy

 

AREAS OF TEACHING COMPETENCE

            Ethics, Metaphysics, Ancient Philosophy, History of Philosophy

 

RESEARCH AWARDS AND GRANTS

  2004-2005                   Clavius Award, University of Scranton, “Aristotle and Darwin: The Metaphysics of Genetics.”

  1998-2003                   Ethics Coordinator, DOE Human Genome Project Grant to the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

           1995-1997                   Participant, NEH funded study group on Character and Judgment, for curriculum development,

                                                University of Scranton

           1987 January              Faculty Development Grant, University of Scranton.

The grant was for work on a book on Health Care Ethics: Problems and Principles. The grant's $3000.00 freed me from overtime teaching in January and the summer of 1987.

           1985-Summer            NEH Summer Seminar

                                                "Friendship, Happiness and the Life of Virtue: The Aristotelian Tradition"

                                                Director: Dr. Stanley Hauerwas

                                                Duke University

AWARDS

           

            1997                            Dedicatee of Senior Class Yearbook

                                                University of Scranton

            1982                            Teacher of the Year, University of Scranton

                                                Selected by honor society students

            1978                            Highest Honors, Ph.D. Comprehensive Examination

 

DISSERTATION

            The Psychological Basis of Aristotelian Wisdom

            Boston College 1978

            Director: Dr. Thomas J. Blakeley

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

            American Catholic Philosophical Association

            American Association of University Professors

            Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Chief Academic Officers

 

LECTURES AND DISCUSSIONS

“Medical Ethics: How Did We Get Here?”presented at The 7th Annual VNA Hospice Ethics Symposium, Marywood University, Scranton, PA, October 19, 2010.

“International Healthcare Reforms and Practices:  Ethical, Social and Political Issues Impacting Collaborative Partnership Models,” panel discussion with Michael Costello and Daniel West, 14th Annual International Conference American Association of University.

           Administrators, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy, November 7-13, 2004

“Aristotle on This-ness: Materialism and Genetic Manipulation” Presented at “The Second International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities,” Monash University Centre, Prato, Italy, July 20-23, 2004.

“Evidence-based Management Using a Multi-national and Multi-Institutional Model,” panel discussion with Michael Costello, Steven Sydlowski, and Daniel West, 13th Annual International Conference of the European-American University Forum and the American Association of University Administrators, Universidad Nacional, San Jose, Costa Rica, November 2-7, 2003.

“Varieties of Sacred Experience: The Sacred and Genetic Engineering” Presented at “The Sacred and Genetic Engineering” a conference at the University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, October 4-5, 2002; Funded by a DOE Elisa grant through the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

“Aristotle on Friendship”Ashland University, February 28-March 2, 2002.

“Personhood and Genetic Engineering,”Ashland University, February 28-March 2, 2002.

“Patient Capability in Physician-assisted Suicide Requests: Ethical, Legal and Behavioral Medicine Considerations.” Co-authored with Michael M. Costello and Daniel J. West; Fifth World Congress of Bioethics: Ethics, Law and Public Policy; London, UK; September 23, 2000.

“Personhood and the Argument Against Genetic Enhancement.” Society for Christian Philosophy, University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina; May 12-13, 2000.

 “Global Ethical Issues Confronting Health Care Managers.” 4th International Healthcare Conference, University of Trnava, Trnava, Slovak Republic, September 21, 1999.

 “Philosophy and Ethics in Clinical Practice Management.” 4th International Healthcare Conference, University of Trnava, Trnava, Slovak Republic, September 20, 1999.

“Ethical Problems Associated with Nosocomial Infections.” Clinical Research Meeting, Chata na Pol’ane, Slovak Republic, September 17, 1999.

 “Ethics and Human Resource Management.” Annual Meeting of the Northeast Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management, Avoca, PA; November 5, 1998.

 “Ethical Considerations in Developing New Models and Systems of Primary Care.” 3rd ed.  International Healthcare Symposium, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, September 22, 1998.

 “Ethical Issues in Clinical Research and Randomized Trials: How to Organize an Ethically Acceptable Comparative Study on Drug Efficacy.” Scientific Conference and Research Symposium, Sliesky Dom, Slovak Republic, September 19, 1998.

"The Development and Utilization of Health Care Ethics Committees." 2nd International Health Care Management Symposium, University of Trnava, Trnava, Slovak Republic; October 14, 1997.

 "An Ethical View of Cloning and Using Fetal Tissue." Health Care Management Symposium, Martin, Slovak Republic; October 18, 1997.           

"Ethics at the of End-of-life." Lackawanna County Medical Society Annual Convention, Scranton, PA; November 20, 1996.

"Abortion in the United States: A Survey and Some Reflections." Health Care Management Symposium, University of Trnava, Trnava, Slovak Republic; October 9, 1996.

"Euthanasia in the United States: A Survey and Some Reflections." Health Care Management Symposium, University of Trnava, Trnava, Slovak Republic; October 9, 1996.

"Ethical Concerns with Randomized Drug Trials." delivered to medical residents and medical students, Sliezsky Dom, Slovak Republic; October 5, 1996.                     

"Liberal Arts, Democracy and the University." Symposium on the Future of Liberal Arts, College Misericordia, Dallas, PA; April 25, 1996. 

          "Is Teaching a Profession?" Conference on Ethical Issues in Higher Education, College Misericordia, Dallas, PA; April 9, 1994.

"Technology and Medical Care: How Technology Has Changed Our Thinking About Medicine." Symposium by the Ethics Institute of Northeastern Pennsylvania, funded by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, College Misericordia, Dallas, PA; April 16, 1993.

 "Hospital Ethics Committees: Legal and Ethical Foundations." Regional Symposium for the Ethics Institute of Northeastern Pennsylvania, Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; November 6, 1992.

          "Professional Ethics and The Teaching Faculty." lecture and panel discussion; Lehigh County Community College, January 14, 1992.

"Medical Ethics: Current Controversies." A GT Scholar's Lecture at Alvernia College, Reading, PA, Nov. 7, 1991. "A Time to be Born, A Time to Die." a series of six lectures; funded by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, Kutztown University Kutztown, PA; Oct.‑Nov., 1991.

          "Marx and Community." University of Scranton Lecture Series, Scranton, PA; Nov. 8, 1990. 

"The Ethical Dilemma: Is Rationing the Answer?" given at "Symposium: No Place for Care: Ethical Crisis in American Health Service" Philadelphia, PA.; November, 1989.

"Health and Human Values." a series of six lectures and discussions funded by The Pennsylvania Humanities Council, Scranton, PA; Oct., Nov. 1989.

 "Ethical Concerns of Withholding or Withdrawing Nutrition and Hydration." at a conference on Termination of Nutrition and Hydration, Wilkes‑Barre, PA; March, 1989.

 "Virtue in its Place: An Aristotelian View." Delivered at "A Commonplace Conference" at Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA; November, 1986.

           "Justice, Poverty and the Individual Conscience Today." Faculty Forum, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA: May 1984.

           "The Need for Faculty Research." Address to Trustees, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA; February 1984.

           Panel Discussion on Liberal Arts, University of Scranton, May 1983.

           "The future of the ERA amendment." The Athena Society, University of Scranton, Scranton, PA; March 1982.

           Alpha Sigma Nu panel discussion: John Paul II's Laborum Exercens, University of Scranton, October 1981.

 "Essential and Derived Rights: A Fundamental Distinction."  The 10th Interamerican Congress of Philosophy Florida State University,  Tallahassee, FL; October, 1981.

"Conflicting Rights to Medical Care: The Role of American Character." The 10th      Interamerican Congress of Philosophy Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL; October, 1981.

"Noetic Activity in Aristotle's Thought: Man,  God and Ultimate Reality and Meaning." Institute for Ultimate Reality and Meaning University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; August, 1981.

Community Conference Series, "Americans and Energy: Can We Change Our Ways?" panelist, Scranton, PA; April 1980.

 

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOPS

            “Introduction to Ethics: Informed Consent and the Global Community”

            “The Nature and Role of Ethics Committees”

            “Ethics and Hospital Management”

            “Employees and Patients: Ethical Conflicts for the Hospital Manager”

    Health Management Workshop: “Organizational Leadership and Governance for Healthcare Executives in Georgia” National Health    Management Center, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, October 5-10, 2003. A supporting workshop was held in Borjormi, Republic of Georgia, October 2-4. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

           “Ethical Principles to Consider In Designing and Implementing Quality Management Programs”

 “Patient Rights and Quality Care: Managerial Issues, Problems and Ethics”

 Health Management Workshop: Quality Management Training Program to Increase Effectiveness and Competition in the Health Care Sector

“The Ethics of the Consulting Business”         

“Ethical Dilemmas in Consulting Practices: Relationships, Issues and Problems”

“Values, Professionalism, Skills and Competencies in a Consulting Practice”

“Managerial Ethics: Do’s and Don’ts in Consulting Practices “

“Business Ethics: Truthfulness, Honesty, Accountability and Integrity”

Health Management Workshop: “Consultancy Skills Training for Health Care Professionals and Faculty”

The above two workshops were run concurrently at the National Health Management Center, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, September 20-27, 2002. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

“Clinical Ethics and the Role of Nursing Services”

“Customer Service Management and Patient Advocacy”

“Leadership and Ethics”

“Nursing Leadership: An Overview of Professional and Ethical Issues”

Health Management Education Workshop: “Leadership Training for Nurses and Clinical Health Care Specialists: Enhancing Management Performance and Competencies”

National Health Management Center, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, April 11-19, 2002. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.“Clinical Ethical Issues in the Private Practice of Medicine”

“Customer Service Management: Meeting Patient Needs and Consumerism” “Managerial Ethics in Primary Health Care Settings”

“Professionalism and the Development of Clinical Teams”

Health Management Education Workshop: “Administrative Training in Physician Practice Management for Polyclinics, Ambulatory Settings, and PHC Professionals”

National Health Management Center, Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia, March 21-29, 2002. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

 “Advances and New Efforts in Health Care Management: Professionalism, Research, Philosophy and System Design.” Continuing Medical Education Program, National Health Management Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia; May 18-26, 2001. Funded by the American International HealtAlliance and USAID.

“Privatization and Entrepreneurship in Health Care: Legal, Ethical, Health Policy and Diversification Issues.”

“Children, Adolescent, and Adult Rehabilitation Issues. Continuing Medical Education Program National Health Management Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia; March 9-17, 2001. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

  “Ethical, Legal, and Management Issues in the Privatization of Rehabilitative Medicine.” Continuing Medical Education Program, National Health Management Institute, Tbilisi, Georgia; November 6-11, 2000. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

  “Introduction to Health Care Management for Physician and Nurse Leaders.” Continuing Medical Education Program, National Health Management Institute, Tblisi, Georgia; March 11-18, 2000. Funded by the American International Health Alliance and USAID.

 

MEDICAL GRAND ROUNDS AND ETHICS COMMITTEE SEMINARS

            “PA Act 13 (Patient Safety): The Plan, The Ethics” Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton, PA May 12, 2004.

            ”Pain Palliation: Revisited” Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA February 12, 2004.

  “The Ethics of Psychological and Spiritual Pain Management in the Geriatric Patient”  Symposium on “Managing Psychological, Physical     and Spiritual Pain in the Geriatric Client,” Mountainview Care Center, Scranton, PA, February 4, 2004.

            “Ethics and Care of the Dying” Mercy Hospital Critical Care Symposium, Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA, November 13, 2002.

            “Religious Preferences and Informed Consent” Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton, PA, October 16, 2002.

            “Health Care Distribution: Difficulties in the Experiment with the Market” Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA, August 23, 2002.

  “The Profession of Medicine and Professionalism” a series of two talks given for grand rounds at Moses Taylor Hospital, October 24 and 31,                    2001.

            “Placebos and Ethics.”  Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; June 15, 2001. 

            “Case Study: Medical Futility and Informed Consent.” Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; February 4, 2001.

            “Advance Directives, DNR’s and Futile Care.” Community Medical Center, Scranton, PA; February 1, 2000.

            “Patient Status Sheets, DNRs, and Patient-Physician Dialogue.” Friday Noon Conference, Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA;

    May 7, 1999.

            "Medical Futility." Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton, PA; September 10, 1997. 

            "The Ethics of Genetic Screening for Breast Cancer." Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; August 15, 1997.

             "Confidentiality: Introduction and Contemporary Survey." Moses Taylor Hospital, Scranton, PA; April 3, 1996.

            "Ethical Implications of Genetic Testing." Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; January 13, 1995.

            "Ethical Considerations for Preferred Provider Organizations," Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; August 21, 1992.

            "Medical Ethics: Testing, Screening and AIDS." Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; August 21, 1988.

            "Medical Ethics: The Right to Privacy", Mercy Hospital, Wilkes‑Barre, PA; April 10, 1988.

            "Medical Ethics: Autonomy and Competence." a seminar for the ethics committee of Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, NY;     February 13, 1988.

            "Medical Ethics: Competence and Confidentiality." Mercy Hospital, Scranton, PA; January 22, 1988.

 

COMMUNITY BOARD OR COMMITTEE EXPERIENCE

            2009-present   Consultant, Hospice of the Sacred Heart

            1994-present   Consultant, VNA Hospice of Lackawanna County Ethics Committee.

            2007-2014       Member, Board of The United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties

            2004-2007       Consultant, Allied Services, Ethics Committee

            1996-2000       Member of Advisory Board, Hereditary Cancer Program, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

            1992-2010       Consultant, Moses Taylor Hospital (Scranton) Ethics Committee.

            1988-2006       Mercy Hospital (Scranton) Ethics Committee.

            1989-1998       Board Member, Ethics Institute of NE Pennsylvania.

            1990-1996       Member, Board of Advisors, St. Pius X Seminary, Dalton, PA 

            1989‑1996       Commission on Ethics For Catholic Health Care Health Care Facilities, Scranton Diocese, Scranton, PA.

 

WORK FOR SCHOLARLY SOCIETIES AND CONFERENCES

“The Sacred and Genetic Engineering” University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, October 4-5, 2002. Co-directed with Timothy Casey, Ph.D. Funded by DOE ELISA Grant through the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

“Genetic Engineering and the Future of Human Nature” University of Scranton, Scranton, PA, April 6-8, 2001. Co-directed with Timothy Casey, Ph.D. Funded by DOE ELISA Grant through the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

Organizer of the Fall 1986 conference of the Eastern Pennsylvania Philosophical Association; in charge of the local arrangements and the program committee.

Member of the Program Committee for the Fall 1985 conference of the Eastern Pennsylvania Philosophical Association.

Organized and recruited speakers for a Spring 1985 University of Scranton Faculty Conference on the American Catholic Bishop's Pastoral Letter on the Economy.

Organized and introduced a general debate session entitled "Rearmament, Disarmament and Human Survival: Catholic Church's Involvement in Politics" for the 2nd Biennial Conference on Ultimate Reality and Meaning, Toronto Canada, in August 1983.

UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON MAJOR COMMITTEES

            2002-2004                   Board of Rank and Tenure

            1998-2000                   Board of Rank and Tenure

            1996-2000                   Board of Trustees, Liaison to Academic Affairs Committee

            1996-2004                   Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee

            1982-1998                   Program Committee, Judaic Studies Program, University of Scranton.

            1987-1988                   Board of Rank and Tenure 

            1986-1988                   Middlestates Evaluation Steering Committee Liaison with General Education Task Force.

            1986-1987                   Board of Trustees, Faculty Liaison to Student Affairs Committee.

            1984-1989                   University Handbook Committee.

            1981-1982                   University Senate Five‑Year Plan Committee

            1979-1984                   Board of Trustees, Faculty Liaison to Facilities Committee.           

            1979-1982                   Member, University Senate

                                                1980-1982: Chair, University Senate Ways and Means Committee

                                                1979‑1980: Chair, University Senate Intersession Committee

LANGUAGE

            French, German, Greek. (reading capabilities only)

 

ADDENDUM: COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

 

            2007-2014       Board Member, The United Way of Lackawanna and Wayne Counties      

            1996-present   Abington Township Zoning Board  (Chair, 2000-2002)

            1995-2005       Director, Alumni Schools Committee, Yale University.

            1995-1997       Board Member, Abington Area Age Group Swimming

            1991-2003       Coach or assistant coach: Soccer, Basketball and Baseball:

                                     every season, every year from 1991-2003, at least one team a season.