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Dean David Andrews - Curriculum Vita

PERSONAL DATA

2800 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218
Phone: 410-516-7820
E-mail: davidandrews@jhu.edu

EDUCATION

1983 Ph.D. Florida State University - Child Development
1980 M.S. Kansas State University - Child Development
1977 B.A. Auburn University – Psychology
1976 A.A. Pensacola Junior College

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Johns Hopkins University (2010-Present)

2010-Present
Dean and Professor, School of Education. Provide overall leadership for the School of Education.
Participate in university decision making through the Council of Deans. The School of Education has approximately 2,000 students served by 60 full time faculty and 30 research and professional staff.

Professor, Joint appointment in the Department of Family and Reproductive Health, School of Public Health

The Ohio State University (1995-2010)

1996-2010 
Professor, Department of Human Development and Family Science, College of Education
and Human Ecology. Participate as graduate faculty member with responsibilities for teaching,
research, and service.

2006-08
Dean,
College of Education and Human Ecology. Oversaw merger of the College of Education with the College of Human Ecology and became the founding dean. Chief administrative officer responsible for all academic and non-academic operations of a college with 179 faculty, 323 staff members, 1706 graduate students, and 3105 undergraduate students with an operating budget of over $65 million.

2005-06
Interim Dean,
College of Education. Provided overall leadership to the College of Education.
Focused charge from the Provost to stabilize fiscal status, restore national rankings, and investigate advantages to restructuring.

2000-05
Director,
Center for Learning Excellence. The Center was established to promote the implementation of best practices to impact student learning in education, mental health,
substance abuse, delinquency and violence prevention, and family supports and engagement. Provided policy advice, research, evaluation, staff training, and technical assistance to 129 Alternative Education Grant programs serving 540 Ohio school districts.

1998-06
Dean,
College of Human Ecology. Provided overall leadership for the College of Human Ecology.
Participated in university decision making through the Council of Deans. The College of Human Ecology had approximately 2,000 students served by 55 faculty members.

1996-98
Assistant Director of Extension,
4-H Youth Development. Provided leadership to the Ohio 4-H Youth Development Program and Ohio 4-H Foundation. Program reached over 230,000 youth through the efforts of 150 paid staff and 35,000 volunteers. Ohio 4-H Foundation raised $900,000 per year in private funding to augment local, state and national funds. Participated on the Administrative Cabinet of Ohio State University Extension.

1995-96
Associate Professor, Extension State Specialist,
Department of Human Development and Family Science. Areas of specialization include adolescent and youth development, program development and evaluation, and parenting.

Oregon Social Learning Center (1989-1995)

1989-95
Research Scientist,
Eugene, Oregon. Co-Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator on National Institute of Mental Health and National Institute of Drug Abuse projects developing and assessing the effectiveness of school and community based prevention programs for adolescents. Worked on projects to adapt prevention initiatives to urban environments, longitudinal studies of delinquent youth, and elementary school prevention programs for high risk youth.

University of Oregon (1989-1995)

1989-95
Adjunct Associate Professor
- Department of Psychology. Taught undergraduate courses in child development, social development, and research methods.

Oregon State University (1983-1989)

1988-89
Associate Professor -
Tenured in the Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Responsibilities included research, instruction, community service, and Extension.

1985-89
Department Head -
(Acting Head 1985-1986). Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Responsible for department administration including fiscal responsibility, review of faculty performance, course scheduling, long range planning, Extension programming, development, student recruitment, international programs, and alumni relations. Department included nine faculty members.

1984-88
Research Methodology Consultant -
Assigned by Vice President for Research and Graduate Study to give ongoing support to faculty engaged in systematic research and program evaluation. Assisted faculty in writing grants to secure funding, and consulted on design, analysis, and interpretation of results.

1983-88
Assistant Professor -
Department of Human Development and Family Studies. Teaching responsibilities included undergraduate and graduate courses in child and adolescent development, early childhood education, life span social development, prenatal and infant
development, and research methods. Advised students and served on various college and university committees.

Escambia County Schools, Florida (1979-1980)

1979-80
Early Childhood Specialist -
Responsible for designing, implementing, and evaluating early intervention programs for children and their parents. Worked closely with community services to provide comprehensive early intervention to high risk children.

REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Buettner, C. K., Bartle-Haring, S., Andrews, D. W., & Khurana, A. 2010. Perceptions of alcohol policy and drinking behavior: Results of a latent class analysis of college student drinkers. Addictive Behaviors. Vol. 35, no. 6: 628-631. (IF: 2.248)

Buettner, C. K. and Andrews, D. W. (2009) United States child care policy and systems of care: The emerging role of Quality Rating and Improvement Systems. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy, 3 (1), 1-8.

Buettner, C.K., Andrews, D.W., & Glassman, M. (2009). Development of a Student Engagement Approach to Alcohol Prevention: The Pragmatics Project. Journal of American College Health, 58 (1), 33-37.

Champion, H., Blocker, J.N., Buettner, C.K., Martin, B.A., Parries, M., McCoy, T.P, Mitra, A., Andrews, D.W., Rhodes, S. D. (2009). High risk versus low risk football game weekends: Differences in problem drinking and alcohol-related consequences on US college campuses. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 21 (2), 249-262.

Ludwig, B., Andrews, D.W., Ciccone, J. (2008). Engaged partners improve lives. Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement. 12(3).

Gavazzi, S.M., Slade, D., Buettner, C.K., Partridge, C., Yarcheck, C.M., Andrews, D.W. (2003) Toward conceptual development and empirical measurement of global risk indicators in the lives of court-involved youth. Psychological Reports, 2003, 92, 599-615.

Hickman, G.P., Barron, L., & Andrews, D.W. (2003) Influence of humor and family on the initial adjustment of male and female college freshmen. Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Hickman, G.P., Toews, M.L., & Andrews, D.W. (2001). The differential influence of authoritative parenting on the initial adjustment of male and female traditional college freshmen. Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 13 (1), 23-48.

Andrews, D.W. and Hickman, G.P. (1998). Family involvement in juvenile diversion and the prevention of problem behaviors. Family Science Review, 11 (3), 259-276, August 1998.

Dishion, T. J. & Andrews, D.W. (1995). Preventing escalation in problem behaviors with high risk adolescents: Immediate and 1-year outcomes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.

Dishion, T. J. & Andrews, D.W. (1995). Antisocial boys and their friends in early adolescence: Relationship characteristics, quality, and interactional process. Child Development, 66, Feb.

Long, E., & Andrews, D.W. (1990). Perspective taking as a predictor of marital adjustment. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 59, 126-131.

Andrews, D.W. & Francis, S. (1989). Development of the perceived adolescent relationship scale. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 69, 305-306.

Hare, J., Pratt, C., & Andrews, D.W. (1988). Predictors of burnout in professional and paraprofessional nurses working in hospitals and nursing homes. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 25, 105-115.

Cunningham, B. & Andrews, D.W. (1988). The relationship of achievement and peer status to teacher attitudes toward young children. Early Child Development and Care, 30, 85-95.

Andrews, M., Andrews, D.W., Long, E., & Henton, J. (1988). Student characteristics as predictors of perceived academic advising needs. Journal of College Student Personnel, 28(1), 60-65.

Sugawara, A., Andrews, D.W., Cate, R., & Adduci, V. (1986). Self-concept and sex role learning among preschool children. Home Economics Research Journal, 15, 97104.

Krantz, M., Andrews, D.W., & Friedberg, J. (1985). Physical attractiveness and popularity: the mediating role of self-perception. Journal of Psychology, 119, 219-225.

Krantz, M., Webb, S. D., & Andrews, D.W. (1984). The relationship between child and parental social competence. Journal of Psychology, 118, 5157.

Andrews, D.W. & Krantz, M. (1982). The effects of reinforced cooperative experiences on friendship patterns of preschool children. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 140, 197205.

Krantz, M. & Andrews, D.W. (1979). Reward deservedness and children's sharing behavior. Journal of Psychology, 103, 241247.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Dishion, T.J., Andrews, D.W., & Kavanagh, K. (1997). Preventive interventions for high-risk youth. In Peters & McMahon, Eds. Preventing Childhood Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Delinquency, Sage Publications.

Andrews, D.W., & Dishion, T. J. (1994). The microsocial exchanges of adolescents and their problematic behavior. In Michael Lamb (Ed.), Adolescent High-Risk and Problematic Behaviors. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

BOOKS

Andrews, D.W., & Soberman, L. S. (1992). Abear: Children’s Storybook and Parent Guide: A comprehensive program for improving parent-child relations. Family Support Systems, Eugene, OR.

ABSTRACTS

Buettner, C.K., Bartle-Haring, S., Andrews, D.W. (2009). Perceptions of alcohol policy and drinking behavior: Results of a latent class analysis of college student drinkers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, (Abstract).

TECHNICAL REPORTS, INSTRUMENTS, AND PAPERS

Andrews, D.W. (2009). Public/Private Investments in Educational Reform Lesson: Learned from Central Ohio. Report commissioned by Project GRAD Columbus, I Know I Can – College Access Program. Available through I Know I Can, Columbus, Ohio.

Andrews, D.W. & Buettner, C.K. (2009). Healthy Habits for Life Care Resource Kit Evaluation Report. Submitted to the Sesame Workshop as part of an evaluation funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Andrews, D. W., & Buettner, C. K. (2003). The Ohio State University Task Force on Preventing Celebratory Riots: Final report. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University.

Andrews, D.W. (1993). Diary of Activities and Various Events (DAVE; 1993): A twenty-four hour recall of social participation, supervision, and structured activities. Instrument available from the Oregon Social Learning Center, 207 E. Fifth Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401.

Poe, J., Dishion, T. J., Griesler, P., & Andrews, D.W. (1991). Topic Code. Manual available from the Oregon Social Learning Center, 207 E. Fifth Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401.

RECENT AND SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Andrews, D.W. (2010, Jan.) Current Trends in Child Development. Joint Child Development Training for Air Force and Navy Child Development Personnel: Super Session. Dallas, TX.

Andrews, D.W. (2009, Nov.) Contemporary Training in Child Development: Preparing for the Virtual Lab School. Department of Defense Child Development Conference. Washington, D.C.

Andrews, D.W. (2009, Jun.) What You Know Helps Them Grow. Air Force Europe: Personnel Training in Education and Child Development. Ramstein Air Force Base, Germany.

Andrews, D.W. (2008, Feb.) Learning to Live, Living to Learn. Keynote Address to Women in Philanthropy, The Ohio State University Winter College, Naples, FL.

Andrews, D.W. (2007, Nov.) Improving the Lives of Children and Youth. National Outreach and Engagement Conference, Madison, WS.

Andrews, D.W. (2006, Apr.) Responding to Urban Crisis: Creative Collaboration. Karlsberger Endowed Lecture in Education, Columbus, OH.

REFEREED PRESENTATIONS

Buettner, C., Wolfe, J, & Andrews, D.W. (2010) School-based Mentoring to Reduce Discipline Contacts and Improve Academic Performance. Poster presentation at the Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Buettner, C., Jeon, L. & Andrews, D.W. (2010) Preventing School Failure: Results from the Kid Corps Early Childhood Intervention Pilot Poster presentation at the Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Buettner, C., Wolfe, J, & Andrews, D.W. (2010) School-based Mentoring to Reduce Discipline Contacts and Improve Academic Performance. Poster presentation at the Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Hickman, G.P., Toews, M.L., & Andrews, D.W. (1999). “Authoritative parenting: Predictors of initial academic achievement and overall adjustment of male and female traditional college freshmen.” Poster presentation National Council on Family Relations, Los Angeles, CA.

Hickman, G.P., Meyer, K., & Andrews, D.W. (1999). “Family process variables and humor development: A coping mechanism for first-quarter freshmen.” Poster presentation National Council on Family Relations, Los Angeles, CA.

Andrews, D.W. (1997, Nov.). “Training for Parents of High-Risk Youth: The Adolescent Transitions Project.” Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations, Arlington, VA.

Andrews, D.W. (1997, April). “Helping Teens Manage Independence.” Paper presented at the Japan-U.S. International Forum on Education. Saitama, Japan.

Hughes, R. & Andrews, D.W. (1996, Nov.). “Designing family life education websites.” Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations, Kansas City, KS.

Hughes, R., Andrews, D.W., & Abata, A. (1995, Nov.). “Family life education through the internet.” Electronic presentation at the National Council on Family Relations, Portland, OR.

Andrews, D.W. (1995, Nov.). “Improving parent-child relations with the Adolescent Transitions Program.” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology, Boston, MA.

Andrews, D.W. (1995, Nov.). “Friendship formation in small group interventions.” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology, Boston, MA.

Eddy, M., Reed, R., & Andrews, D.W. (1995, Nov.). “Preventing conduct disorders with a school-based early intervention program.” Paper presented at the American Society of Criminology, Boston, MA.

Kavanagh, K. & Andrews, D.W. (1994, Nov.). “Problems in early adolescence.” Paper presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Diego, CA.

Andrews, D.W., & Chamberlain, P. (1993, April). “Assessment of social participation and adult supervision in adolescent boys using modified diary techniques.” Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, New Orleans. LA.

Andrews, D.W. & Soberman, L. (1992, March). “Peer relations and adolescent drug use.” Paper presented at the Society for Research in Adolescence, Washington, DC.

Dishion, T. J., Andrews, D. W., Brown, G. A., Kavanagh, K. A., & Patterson, G. R. (1992, March). “A social interactional intervention model with high risk young adolescents: Short-term outcome.”

Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Research in Adolescence, Washington, DC.

Dishion, T. J., Andrews, D.W., & Crosby, L. (1991, April). “From family to friends: Microsocial processes relating two spheres of adolescent relationships.” Paper presented at the Society of Research in Child Development Biennial Conference, Seattle, WA.

Dishion, T.J., Andrews, D.W. & Patterson, G. (1990, Nov.). “Antisocial boys' peer relations through time: From childhood to adolescence.” Presented in a symposium on Adolescent Development and Delinquency at the American Society of Criminology, 42nd Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD.

Andrews., D.W. (1990, Jan.). “The microsocial peer interactions of adolescent boys and their relation to delinquency behaviors.” Presented at the second annual conference of the Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, Costa Mesa, CA.

Dishion, T.J., Andrews, D.W., & Patterson, G.R. (1989, Nov.). “Interpersonal process among friends and adolescent delinquent behavior: 13-14 year old boys.” Paper presented at the conference for the Advancement of Applied Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC.

Long, E. & Andrews, D.W. (1988, Nov.). “Perspective-taking and marital quality.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Philadelphia, PA.

Guss, T., Zvonkovic, A., & Andrews, D.W. (1988, Nov.). “Under employed and continuously employed husbands: Distinctions by income, marital traits, and locus of control.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Philadelphia, PA.

Andrews, D.W., Sugawara, A., & Cate, R. (1987, Nov.). “Gender role orientation and peer relations among preschool children.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Atlanta, GA.

Emery, B., Henton, J., Cate, R., & Andrews, D.W. (1987, Nov.). “Factors affecting attitudes toward premarital violence.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Atlanta, GA.

Andrews, M. & Andrews, D.W. (1987, Oct.). “The relationship between parental attitudes and children's feeding problems.” Presented at the American Dietetic Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.

Hare, J., Pratt, C., & Andrews, D.W. (1986, Nov.). “Predictors of burnout among professional and paraprofessional nurses in hospitals and nursing homes.” Presented at the American Society on Aging Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.

McSkimming, S. & Andrews, D.W. (1986, Nov.). “Coping and stress in families with children at risk for sudden infant death syndrome.” Presented at he Annual Conference of the National Council on Family Relations, Dearborn, MI.

Whyte, K. & Andrews, D.W. (1986, Jan.). “Preschool education through computer assisted video instruction.” Presented at the Association for Educational Communication and Technology Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Andrews, M. & Andrews, D.W. (1985, Oct.). “Computer-assisted video instruction of a nutrition education program for preschool children.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Dietetic Association, New Orleans, LA.

Andrews, D.W. & Krantz, M. (1985, April). “Physical attractiveness and popularity: the mediating role of self perception.” Presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Toronto, Canada.

Krantz, M. & Andrews, D.W. (1983, April). “The relationship between child and parental social competence.” Presented at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Detroit, MI.

FUNDED PROJECTS

Office of the Secretary of Defense/National Institute for Food and Agriculture (Cooperative Agreement). Implementation Grant: Development of an early childhood laboratory school network to enhance face-to-face and online training of military child care workers. $1,799,000 04/15/2010 - 04/14/2011, Principal Investigator.

Office of the Secretary of Defense/National Institute for Food and Agriculture (Cooperative Agreement). Implementation of a program review of educational services for Autism Spectrum

Disorder (ASD) available to military dependent children. $419,997. 09/01/2009 - 012/31/2010, Principal Investigator.

Office of the Secretary of Defense/National Institute for Food and Agriculture (Cooperative Agreement). Initial Planning Grant: Development of an early childhood laboratory school network to enhance face-to-face and online training of military child care workers. $199,960. 09/01/2009 - 08/31/2010, Principal Investigator.

Office of the Secretary of Defense/National Institute for Food and Agriculture (Cooperative Agreement). Initial program review on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) services for military dependent children. $75,000. 09/01/2009 - 08/31/2010, Principal Investigator.

Nationwide Insurance Foundation. Data Driven Decision Making in Public Education. $950,000.
May, 2009 – June, 2012, Principal Investigator.

Nationwide Insurance Foundation. Evaluation of Project Mentor in Columbus City Schools. $350,000. May, 2009 – June, 2012, Principal Investigator.

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA - 1 U18 AA015101-01A1) (2004). Reducing college drinking: Testing a town/gown coalition. Multicomponent research and evaluation project for the prevention of out of control parties and riotous behavior. Investigator (approximately $780,000 total through 9/2007) Initial Principal Investigator, transferred project to Dr. Cynthia Buettner in 2005.

National Institute of Mental Health (2003). Ohio Department of Mental Health. Understanding attitudes towards evidence-based practices within the mental health systems of Ohio ($99,960) Principal Investigator

Ohio Jobs and Family Services (2002). Partnerships for Success Academy at The Center for Learning Excellence. Focused on engaging communities in strategic planning that leads to comprehensive, evidence-based preventions/interventions with children and youth ($400,000 annually) Principal Investigator

Ohio Department of Education (2000). Center for Learning Excellence: Research, evaluation, training and technical assistance for Ohio’s Alternative Education Challenge Grant Program ($300,000 annually) Principal Investigator

Ohio Department of Mental Health (2000). Center for Learning Excellence: Research, evaluation and training related to school-based mental health services including support of the School-based mental Health Network (CCOE), ($250,000).

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance and Mental Health Services Administration (2000). Youth Violence Protection via the Ohio Mental Health/Alternative Education Network ($330,000).

The Learning Place (1998). Secured private funding ($2,700,000) to create a center for high-risk youth in Dayton, Ohio. Collaborative effort with Dayton Five Rivers Metro Parks and Ohio 4-H. Funds secured through Ohio 4-H Foundation.

Youth Volunteer Training Program (1997). Wrote grants, lobbied legislature, and received special line item funding ($800,000) to be used to develop a model youth/child development training program for volunteers working with youth.

Iams Pet Therapy (1997). Wrote proposal to develop and implement a program designed to have youth and their pets serve as companion animals and in therapeutic interactions with the elderly and handicapped. Funded by Iams Pet Food ($65,000).

A Model for Corporate Family Camp (1997). Wrote proposal to development, implement, and evaluate a model family camp focusing on building the corporation's capacity to meet the needs of employee's families. Longaberger Company ($40,000).

OSU Cares Adolescent Network Research Initiative (1997). Wrote proposal and received funds to convene and support OSU faculty interested in research and programming for children and youth ($5,700).

Committed Partners for Youth (1992-1994). Wrote grants to private foundations including: Barker Foundation ($15,000), Eugene Rotary ($4,000), First Interstate Bank ($500), Meyer Charitable Trust ($20,000), McKay Foundation ($7,500), U.S. West Foundation ($7,500).

Lane County Child Care Resource and Referral (1991). Initiation of county child care resource and referral services funded through the Oregon Child Care Resources and Referral, federal block grant funds ($35,000).

Multicomponent project for the Prevention of Problem Behavior (1991). Co-Principal Investigator; Tom Dishion Principle Investigator; Adolescent Transitions Project. Prevention program funded through the National Institute of Drug Abuse (approximately $650,000 annually for five years).

After school child care (1989). Written for the Oregon Home Economics Association, funded by Project Home Safe ($11,000).

A Family Study Center for Oregon (1988). Initiated the design and initial fund raising plan that led to the opening of the Mercedes Bates Family Study Center in 1990. Final project cost was $2.5 million. Secured the following: Quaker Oats Foundation ($25,000), Fisher Price Toys ($1,500), Assisted in Solicitation of Individual Funds ($350,000).

The impact of pets on children's social development (1987).
Funded by the Delta Society ($7,965).

An Oregon State pre-Kindergarten program at Oregon State University (1987).
Funded by the Oregon Department of Education ($27,000).

Computerization of child development research (1986). Funded through a Faculty Productivity Award, Oregon State University ($3,200).

The impact of parental interactions with other adults on the social competence of their children (1985). Funded through the Oregon State University Agricultural Experiment Station ($8,982).

Nutrition education through interactive video (1984). Funded by the Oregon State University Research Council ($5,000). Also supported by private donations and matching funds from the Gannett Foundation ($1,400).

Teaching aids for prenatal and infant development (1983). Funded through a Faculty Development Award from Oregon State University ($1,760).

Social competence in young children (1982). Funding from a private donation supplemented by matching funds from the Gannett Foundation ($7,000).

Preschool handicapped incentive grant (1981). Exceptional Student Education, Department of Education, State of Florida ($6,753).

GRADUATE COMMITTEES

Major Professor for 14 students who completed doctoral degrees and 4 students who completed master’s degrees. Currently advising one doctoral student and two masters students.

Graduate committee member on 22 completed doctoral degrees and 8 completed master’s degrees.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

Johns Hopkins University

Chair, Search Committee for University Provost (2012 - 2013)
Chair, P-12 Council (2010 – present)
Urban Health Institute Advisory Council (2010-present)
Council of Deans (2010 – present)
Development Council (2010 – present)
Academic Affairs Committee, JHU Board of Trustees (2010 – present)

The Ohio State University:

Chair, Search Committee for the Director of the John Glenn Math/Science Institute (2006)
University Senate Steering Committee (2005-2007)
Freeman Committee on Graduate Education (2005-2007)
Chair, Search Committee for the Dean of the College of Education (2004-2005)
Chair, Search Committee for the Director of OSU Child Care Center (2004-2005)
Chair, OSU/Columbus Task Force on Preventing Celebratory Riots (2002-2004)
Chair, Search Committee for the Dean and Director, OSU-Mansfield (2002-2003)
Search Committee for the Vice President on University Relations (2002-2003)
Vice President for Research Advisory Board (2002-2007)
Chair, NCAA Certification Academic Integrity Committee (2001-2003)
NCAA Certification Steering Committee (2001-2007)
University Teacher Education Council (2001-2007)
Arts and Sciences Restructuring Task Force (2001-2007)
Co-chair, Community Charitable Drive (2001)
Chair, Search Committee for Dean of the College of Nursing (2001)
OSU Childcare Task Force (2000-2001)
P-12 Advisory Committee (2002-2007)
Council of Deans (1998-2007)
Council of Professional Deans (1998-2007)
Life Sciences Deans Advisory Board (1998-2007)
Advisory Board Comprehensive Cancer Center (1998-2007)
Program Committee of University Senate (1998-2000)
University Senator (1998-2007)
OSU Cares Steering Committee (1996-1998)

Oregon State University

Human Subjects Review Committee (1987-1989)
University Child Care Committee (1986-1987)
Faculty Senate (1986-1988)
Graduate Review Committee, College of Education (1986)
Student Conduct Committee (1984 - 1987)

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND AFFILIATIONS

Leadership

National YMCA Youth Development Advisory Board (2012 – Present)
Education Industry Association, Board of Directors (2012 - Present
Columbus City Schools Foundation (Founding Board Member, 2007 – 2010)
Phi Delta Kappa Foundation Educational Board of Governors (Pres. – 2009; member 2006-2010)
OSU Campus Partners (Board Member, 2007– 2009)
Council of Academic Deans of Research Education Institutions (CADREI: member 2005-2007)
NASULGC Board on Human Sciences (Board Member 1998 – 2007)
Ohio Teacher Quality Project (Board Member, 2005-2007)
Reading Recovery Council of North America (Board Member, 2005-2007)
Reading Recovery and Early Literacy, Inc. (Board Chair, 2005-2007)
Ohio Family and Children First Cabinet Council, (Advisor and special consultant, 2003-2007)
National Positive Youth Development Research (Advisory Board Member, 2003)
American Dietetic Association Foundation (Board Member, 1999-2002)

Memberships (Past and Present)

Kappa Omicron Nu
Phi Delta Kappa
Phi Upsilon Omicron
Society for Prevention Research
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Oregon Council on Family Relations
Society for Research in Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
Society for Research in Child Development
Society for Research in Adolescence

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Maryland YMCA, (Board Member, 2011-present)
Godman Guild Settlement House (Board Member, 2009-present)
Champion of Children (Advisory Board Member, 2008-present)
Habitat for Humanity Build Argentina, S.A. (2006)
OSU Community Charitable Drive (Campus Chair, 2002)
Service Learning Initiative and Service Board (2002-2004)
Volunteer Assistant Tennis Coach Ohio State University (1999–2002)
Children’s Hunger Alliance, Board Member (1998-2004)
World Pride Drug Prevention Conference, Steering Committee (1999)
Ohio Family and Children First, Parent Involvement Task Force (1996-2000)
Lane Community College Respiratory Care Advisory Committee (1991-1993)
Lane County Youth Development Commission (1991-1993)
Linn-Benton Community College Parent Education Advisory Board (1986-1989)
Retired Seniors Volunteer Program (1985-1989)
Campus Day Care Advisory Committee (1983-1984)

AWARDS

Florida State Colleges Association, Alumnus of the Year (2011)
Champion of Children Award – 2008, Columbus, Ohio
National Family Advocacy Award – 2007, Godman Guild
Irene Bandy-Hedden Award in Early Childhood -2007, Ohio Department of Education
Human Ecology Alumni Society Faculty of the Year Award – 2003, The Ohio State University
Distinguished Alum Award – 2003, College of Human Sciences, Florida State University
Golden Ruler Award for Service to Public Education – 2002, Columbus Board of Education
Postdoctoral Fellowship Award 1989 – 1991, National Institute of Mental Health
Distinguished Faculty Award – 1989, Oregon State University
Friend of the Education Industry Award - 2013 - Education Industry Association