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President's Publications and Speeches

“The Hybrid Model: Examining 'Profit' Generating Options on the Not-for-Profit Campus,” National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities State Executives (NAICUSE) Summer Workshop, Albuquerque, NM, July 26, 2010.

“New Business Models for Smaller Colleges: Modes of Delivery, Structural Change, and Entrepreneurship,” Workshop Co-Presenter with Michael S. Bassis, President, Westminster College (UT); Margaret L. Drugovich, President, Hartwick College (NY); Thomas R. Kepple, President, Juniata College (PA); Theodore E. Long, President, Elizabethtown College (PA); Jo Young Switzer, President, Manchester College (IN); Council for Independent Colleges President Institute, January 6, 2010.
"Harnessing Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Domestic and International Program Development," Chapter Two, Presidential Perspectives: A Higher Education Presidential Thought Leadership Series, 2008/2009 Series: Best Practices in Higher Education. Aramark, 2009.

“Entrepreneurship in Higher Education,” University Business, December 2008, vol. 11, no. 12, pp. 37-38.

Achieve: A New Dream, A New Era, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, October 4, 2007.

“Make education more affordable,” (guest column on affordability of higher education), Observer-Dispatch (daily newspaper), March 10, 2007.

“We have resources to foster change” (guest column on strategic change), Observer-Dispatch (daily newspaper), October 22, 2006.

“The Conflation of Liberal & Professional Education,” Liberal Education (quarterly journal published by the Association of American Colleges and Universities), Fall 2006, vol. 92, no. 4 pp. 54-59.

“Winning must not be the 'only thing'” (guest column on education and sportsmanship), Observer-Dispatch (daily newspaper), January 16, 2005.

The Promise and Challenge of Technology: Teaching and Learning in the Information Age, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 22, 2005.

Liberal Education at Utica College: Learning to Live in the World, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 13, 2004.

“Liberal Arts and Business: Bridging the Gulf with Reasonable Accommodation,” Paper published in symposium record, Council of Indepdnent Colleges, November 2003.

Crisscrossing Forever: Embracing and Celebrating Diversity at Utica College, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 10, 2003.

“Presidential Responsibility for Athletics,” Presentation with Bette Landman at the Presidents' Institute, Council of Independent Colleges, January 6, 2003.

Dreams of a College Community: Believing in the Art of Becoming, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 10, 2002.

The Way It Is: The Spirituality of Utica College, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 5, 2001.

We are Not Civic Ostriches, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, September 7, 2000.

A New Dream, A New Era: The "2010" Plan for Utica College, editor and chair of Strategic Planning Committee, Utica, NY: Utica College, 1999.

Shaping the Utica College Community of the Future: The Journey Begins (or "Hold onto Your Hats!")State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, August 29, 1999.

Wellness as the Wind's Eye of Our Future, Inauguaral Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, March 27, 1999.

Hear a Little Song, Read a Good Poem, See a Fine Picture, State of the College Address, Utica, NY: Utica College, 1998.

Miscellaneous presentations to community groups, including:

“The Griffiss Institute: A Public, Private Industry and Academic Partnership in Information Assurance,” Address presented to the Syracuse Roundtable, sponsored by Syracuse University, February 13, 2003.

“The Meaning of Citizenship,” Address presented at the Naturalization Ceremony, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, December 6, 2002.

“The Strategic Vision of Utica College,” presentation to the General Electric Elfun Society (NY), June 12, 2001.

“Life Beyond High School,” speech to the New Hartford (NY) Kiwanis and high school award winners, May 23, 2001.

“We are not what we are but what we are capable of being,” speech to the East Utica Optimists Club, Utica, NY, May 19, 2001.

“The Changing Face of American Higher Education,” speech to The Little Thinkers Group, Hamilton College, February 15, 2001.

“This ain't right! or Know Your Values and Have the Courage to Act Upon Them,” speech to the New York Mills (NY) High School Honor Students, March 27.

“The Business of Football,” presentation to the General Meeting of the Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce, September 22, 1999.

“Celebrating 100 Years: The Centennial of Utica University,” (a Look into the Future), presentation to the Oneida County Historical Society, September 21, 1999.

“The Economic Impact of Utica College,” panel presentation to the President's Council of the Mohawk Valley Chamber of Commerce, April 19, 1999.

“Three Sisters & Friends: She Flies With Her Own Wings,” (a presentation on the geography and history of Oregon), GeoTalk Series presentation, Utica College, November 12, 1999.





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