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1 ALAN C. FRANTZ Professor Higher Education Administration 921 S. 8 th Ave. Stop 8059 Graduate Department of Educational Leadership Idaho State University and Instructional Design, College of Education Pocatello, ID Office: Continuing Education Building 118 (208) Home: 254 S. Lincoln Ave. Pocatello, ID (208) EDUCATION University of Denver Denver, Colorado Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration November 1994 Cognate in foreign language education Comprehensive examinations passed with honors Dissertation: The Role of Foreign Language Study in General Education Major Advisor: Dr. James R. Davis Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana M.A.T., Germanic Studies May 1984 Idaho State University Pocatello, Idaho B.S. in Secondary Education, high honors May 1980 Teaching Major in German; Minor in Music PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Professor, Higher Education Administration Graduate Department of Educational Leadership & Instructional Design, Idaho State University July 2006 to present Chair, ISU Faculty Senate July 2009 through June 2010 Sabbatical Academic Year Visiting Scholar (two weeks), Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California-Berkeley, invited by Dr. Anne J. MacLachlan, Senior Researcher September 2007

2 Faculty Assistant for Special Projects August 2003 to July 2007 ISU Office of Academic Affairs Interim Director, Office of Registration & Records, the Registrar Center for Teaching and Learning assignments: University Honors Program First Year Seminar Clustered Learning for Academic Student Success (C.L.A.S.S.) Interim Associate Dean, part-time (16 mos.), Office of Graduate Studies Fellow, American Council on Education August 2002 into June 2003 Host: Portland State University Mentors: Vice President and Provost Mary Kathryn Tetreault President Daniel O. Bernstine Nominator: ISU Vice President for Academic Affairs Jonathan N. Lawson Associate Professor July 2002 to July 2006 Department of Educational Leadership College of Education, Idaho State University Associate Professor of Education and July 1999 to July 2002 Director, Division of Teacher Education Granted Tenure August 2001 Special Assistant to the Vice President August 1998 to June 1999 for Academic Affairs Assistant Dean, College of Arts & Sciences August 1994 to July 1999 Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages December 1994 to July 1999 Teaching Assistant and Supervisor of September 1990 to June 1991 Student Teachers, Initial Teacher Certification Office College of Education, University of Denver Instructor, Dept. of Foreign Languages January 1987 to December 1994 Idaho State University German teacher, Milan Jr.-Sr. High School Academic year Milan, Indiana Veteran (Vietnam War Era): U.S. Army November 1974 through October rd Army Band, Heidelberg, Germany 2

3 TEACHING Courses: Dissertation Advisor: ACAD/EDUC 102 First Year Seminar ACAD 220 FYS Peer Instructor Seminar EDLH 7730 History & Philosophy of Higher Education (DL) EDLH 7732 College & University Curriculum (DL) EDLH 7734 Issues & Trends in Higher Education (DL) EDLH 7738 Assessment & Accountability in Higher Education (DL) EDLP 7700 Change Strategies (DL) EDLP 7703 Leadership & Organizational Development (DL) EDLP 8800 Doctoral Seminar EDLP 8801 Capstone Seminar (DL) GERM 101 and 102 Elementary German (formerly LANG ) GERM 201 and 202 Intermediate German (formerly LANG ) LANG 207 Contemporary European Culture (team-taught) LANG 488 Foreign Language Seminar: German Literature in Translation "Danish for Travelers" ISU Continuing Education ( ). (DL=included Distance Learning sites; usage of WebCT or Moodle) John Fred Ball, Ed.D. Educational Leadership Tech Prep: A Study of High School Career and Technical Students Preparation for College. Defense date: April 11, Dissertation Co-advisor: Janice Rupp, Ed.D. Educational Leadership Contributions of Student Affairs to Student Learning Relative to General Education. Defense date: April 25, Dissertation/thesis Carol Sue Coose, Ed.D. Defense date: April 13, 2006 Committee member for: Hamdan Said, Ed.D. Defense date: April 18, 2006 Debra Easterly, Ed.D. Defense date: June 2, 2006 Kelly Thompson, Ed.D. Defense date: January 28, 2008 Jane Jarvi, Ed.D. Defense date: June 24, 2008 Kendall Grant, Ph.D. Defense date: June 25, 2008 (University of Idaho) David Treasure, Ed.D. Defense date: April 13, 2009 Margaret Gichuru, Ed.D. Defense date: May 27, 2010 Jean Erickson, M.Ed. Defense date: April 21, 2011 Vera Honena, Ed.D. Defense date: April 27,

4 SCHOLARSHIP Articles in Refereed Journals: Frantz, A., Beebe, S., Horvath, V., Canales, J., and Swee, D. (2004). The roles of teaching and learning centers. To improve the academy: Resources for faculty, instructional, and organizational development, 23, Bolton, MA: Anker. Frantz, A. (1996). Seventeen values of foreign language study. ADFL Bulletin, 28, ERIC: EJ Published Book Reviews: Frantz, A., & Gee, J. (2011). [Review of the book The future of higher education: Perspectives from America s academic leaders by Olson, G.A. & Presley, J.W. (2009).] The Review of Higher Education, 34(2), Frantz, A. (1992). Book review of Griesbach, H. (1991). Bauplan Deutsch. In Die Unterrichtspraxis, 1, 98. Presentations at Professional Meetings/Conferences (refereed): Frantz, A. (2011, June). Shared governance and no confidence votes. Presentation at the AAUP Conference on the State of Higher Education, Washington, D.C. Frantz, A. (2003, November). Time to standardize time to degree. Presenter for roundtable discussion at the ASHE Annual Conference, Portland. Lieberman, D. and Frantz, A. (2003, October). Centering teaching and learning in difficult times. Presentation at the POD Network Annual Conference, Denver). Frantz, A., Horvath, V., Beebe, S., Canales, J., Swee, D., and Condon, D. (2003, October). Envisioning a quality teaching/learning center: Best practices, current issues. Poster presentation at the POD Network Annual Conference, Denver. Harris, L., Salzman, S., Frantz, A., Newsome, J., & Martin, M. (2000, February). Using accountability measures in the preparation of preservice teachers to make a difference in the learning of all students. Panel session, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Chicago. ERIC: ED Frantz, A. (1992, April). Mandated accountability in Colorado higher education: House bill 1187, 1985 to AERA Conference, San Francisco. ERIC: ED Presentations at Professional Meetings/Conferences (professional development): Frantz, A., & Rhodewalt, F. (2005, April). The nuts and bolts of dealing with academic dishonesty. Western Assoc. of Graduate Schools Annual Meeting, Sun Valley, ID. Frantz, A. C. (1995, March). The role of foreign language study in general education. Foreign Language Fair, Idaho State University. Frantz, A. C. (1990, March). Die Deutsche Bundesbahn. Presented at the regional AATG workshop at Kuna, Idaho. Grantwork funded: Jenkins, S., & Frantz, A. Teacher preparation in school-to-work: A survey of college faculty and graduates. $2019 grant from the ISU Faculty Research Committee for

5 Scholarship in Progress: Farnsworth, T.J., Frantz, A.C., & McCune, R. Community-Based Distributive Medical Education: Advantaging Society. Frantz, A.C. Votes of No Confidence. (Article based on AAUP conference presentation). Scholarly Service: AAC&U National Panel (2009): Valid Assessment of Learning in Undergraduate Education (VALUE) initiative. May at Portland State University, Portland, Oregon. Guest speaker for the ISU Student Affairs Institute, September 17, 2008, topic: Critical Events in the History of Higher Education. For ISU Faculty Senate: visited ISU Archives to analyze minutes from 1915 (Idaho Technical Institute) through 1983 (ISU) to a) determine when Faculty Senate originated, b) trace its permutations, and c) complete and correct the list of chairs for posting to the FS website (http://www.isu.edu/fsen/pastchairs.shtml, which had held data only from 1983 onward). Frantz, A. (2005, June 26). Entertainment tax would help fund state education system [Commentary]. Idaho State Journal, p. C4. Frantz, A. (chair), Zatz, M., Rhodewalt, F., Bennett, D., Burkett, S., and Friestad, M. (2005, April). Assistant and Associate Deans Workshop. Western Association of Graduate Schools Annual Meeting, Sun Valley, Idaho. Frantz, A. (2004, December 7) Priorities [Letter to the Editor]. Idaho State Journal, p. A4. Frantz, A. (2004, March 26). Research moving sixth-graders to middle school [Commentary]. Idaho State Journal, p. A4. Served as Synthesizer for Sack, M., Wepplo, K., and Ferman, B. (2003, March) University- Community Partnerships: Promoting Learning through Youth Civic Engagement Initiatives. Substituted as synthesizer for Terrel Rhodes of Portland State University. Presentation at the AAHE Annual Conference in Washington D.C. Graduate Faculty Representative (outside committee member) for: Michelle Wagner, M.P.A.S., Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies, April 14, Stacy Ray, M.P.A.S., Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies, March 9, Marie Adomako, M.S., Dept. of Biological Sciences, November 19, Nicholas Burroughs, M.B.A., College of Business, April 23, Karrie Cone, M.P.A.S., Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies, April 14, Holly Agnor, M.P.A.S., Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies, March 17, Barbara Young, M.S., Dept. of Comm. Sci. and Disorders, and Educ. of the Deaf, June 30, Susan Parsons, M.S., Dept. of Biological Sciences, June 1, Joseph Frampton, M.P.A.S., Dept. of Physician Assistant Studies, February 24, Craig Rieger, Ph.D., College of Engineering & Dept. of Physics, July 15, Sheena Jones, M.Coun., Dept. of Counseling, December 7, Aditya Sharma, M.S., Dept. of Comm. Sci. and Disorders, and Educ. of the Deaf, July 3, Charity Potter, M.Coun., Dept. of Counseling, April 25, Cynthia Kirkham, M.Coun., Dept. of Counseling, April 14,

6 Annika Olson, M.S., Dept. of Comm. Sci. and Disorders, and Educ. of the Deaf, May 4, Chris Major, M.B.A., College of Business, April 22, Roxanne Vaughan, M.S., Dept. of Comm. Sci. & Disorders, & Educ. of the Deaf, July 13, Marshall Reynolds, M.B.A., College of Business, June 25, Kim Braddock, D.A. candidate, Department of English and Philosophy, May 7, Karen Mansfield Blair, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Psychology, September 17, Curtis Ransom, M.A., Department of Communication and Theatre, July 25, Marty T. Cooke, M.Coun., Dept. of Counseling, May 1, Aaron Turgoose, M.S., Dept. of Speech Pathology & Audiology, March 26, Teresa D. Hintze, M.S., Dept. of Speech Pathology & Audiology, June 29, James Scannel, M.N.S., Dept. of Biological Sciences and Dept. of Chemistry, June 6, Barry Staples, M.H.E., Dept. of Health and Nutritional Sciences, July 6, Professional Development: June, 2011: AAUP Conference on the State of Higher Education, Washington, D.C. May, 2010: Accreditation Workshop: New Traditions: NWCCU Standards & Process. Dr. Ronald L. Baker, Executive VP & Director, Standards Revision & Implementation Project. Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho June, 2008: ACE Council of Fellows Weekend, Washington, D.C. February, 2007: ACE 89 th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. November, 2006: ASHE 31 st Annual Conference, Anaheim February, 2006: ACE 88 th Annual Meeting, Los Angeles November, 2005: Pacific American Association of College Registrars and Admission Officers (PACRAO) Annual Conference, Sacramento April, 2005: Western Association of Graduate Schools Annual Meeting, Sun Valley, Idaho February, 2005: Assessing for Learning Workshop w/peggy Maki (sponsored by the ISU CeTL) February, 2005: ACE 87 th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. February, 2004: ACE 86 th Annual Meeting, Miami Beach November, 2003: ASHE 28 th Annual Conference, Portland October, 2003: POD Network Annual Conference, Denver June, 2003: ACE Fellows Closing Seminar, Washington, D.C. May, 2003: ACE Fellows visit to U. of Phoenix, DeVry U., Arizona State U., and U. of Arizona March, 2003: AAHE Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. February, 2003: ACE 85 th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. January, 2003: AAC&U 89 th Annual Meeting, Seattle January, 2003: ACE Fellows Mid-Year Seminar, San Diego November, 2002: ASHE 27 th Annual Conference, Sacramento November, 2002: Assessment Institute, Indianapolis, sponsored by IUPUI August, 2002: ACE Fellows Opening Seminar, Aspen June, 2002: ACE February, 2000: AACTE Annual Conference, Chicago October, 1999: Transformation of Teacher Education Region V Partnership Retreat, Jackson October 1, 1999: IACTE meeting, Caldwell September, 1999: NCATE 2000: Continuing Accreditation & Beyond, Washington, D.C. June, 1999: In Praise of Education conference (John Goodlad, sponsor), Seattle November, 1998: Annual Conference, Council of Colleges of Arts & Sciences, Minneapolis 6

7 October, 1997: Annual Conference of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Atlanta November, 1996: "Management Development Seminar for Assist. and Assoc. Academic Deans" sponsored by the National Association of Academic Affairs Administrators (AcAfAd) April, 1995: Annual Conference of the Western Regional Honors Council, Oakland April, 1992: American Educational Research Association annual conference in San Francisco June, 1989: ISU Faculty Development Grant to attend the two-week "DDR-Landeskundeseminar" sponsored by the AATG July, 1989: Goethe Institute Stipend for participation in the two-week "Berlin-Landeskundeseminar" : State meetings of the Idaho Association of Teachers of Languages and Cultures and Idaho chapter of the American Association of Teachers of German SERVICE Professional & Academic Association Memberships American Association of Teachers of German (AATG), Life Member American Council on Education (ACE) Council of Fellows Former Class Agent for ACE Fellows Class of Member, Finance and Annual Fund Committee, Application Reviewer for Class of Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, Western Association of Graduate Schools (Institutional member), School Committee Work at the State Level: Member, For. Language Standards Committee, Idaho State Dept of Education, University Service as Past Chair, Faculty Senate, Faculty Senate Faculty Senate Executive Committee Co-chair, President s Institutional Governance Working Group University Service as Chair, Faculty Senate, and Vice Chair, Faculty Senate Executive Committee (both years) President s Cabinet (as FS Chair) Search committee member for Director, EEO, AA, and Diversity, Summer 2009 Security Committee (as FS Chair) Faculty Senate Advisory Council (Chair) Academic Coordinating Council (advisory on Banner ERP implementation) University Restructuring Task Force #4 (2010) Special Budget Consultation Committee ( ) 7

8 University Service as Interim Director, Office of Registration and Records ( ) Academic Standards Council Bachelor of Applied Technology Committee Curriculum Council (and AS07 CC representative to the Faculty Senate) Enrollment Planning Executive Committee Financial Appeals Committee Financial Services and Enrollment Planning Committee (FINSEP) (chair) ISU Calendar Committee (chair) and Commencement Committee (chair) NCAA Compliance Committee Records Management Advisory Committee Search Committee for Director, Office of Registration & Records Use and Utilization Study Planning Team (for physical space usage) Idaho State University Committee Work & Leadership: University: Member, Provisional Faculty Senate, April 2011 to present; Past Chair of the Faculty Senate, ; Chair of the Faculty Senate, ; College of Education representative to the Faculty Senate, AF07-AS09 and AY04-05; Faculty Senate Vice Chair, AY08-09; Faculty Senate representative to the Academic Standards Council, AF07-AS09 and AY04-05; Member, ad-hoc performance review committee for interim athletic director, AS09; Institutional Reader for Summer Commencement, 2006 & 2007 and alternate reader for May, 2008 & 2009; EEO/Affirmative Action Grievance Committee, AF04-Summer 07; Graduate Council At-Large Representative, ; Committee on the Community College, Spring ; Advisor Coordinators Committee, Fall ; Chair, FYS/CLASS Advisory Board and Chair, Honors Program Committee, Fall ; Honors Program Curriculum Sub-Committee, Fall 2003-Spring 2004; Graduate Council At-Large Representative, Alternate, ; Faculty Centennial Committee, Fall 1999 through Spring 2002; ISU Alumni Association Board of Directors Faculty Representative, four-year appointment, Fall 1998 to Fall 2002; General Education Committee, ex-officio, 1994 to 1999, College of Education representative, 1999 to 2002; A&S Representative, Admission and Retention Committee, College of Education, Spring 1999; Putting Idahoans First: Higher Education in Idaho Falls committee to create video and report for the Idaho SBOE, AY98-99; Faculty representative for the Goldwater Scholarship, Truman Scholarship, , and Udall Scholarship, 1995 to 1999; National Fellowships Committee founder and chair, Fall 1998 to Spring 1999; Kasiska College of Health Professions departmental scholarship committee, 1995 to 1999; Advisor Coordinators, 1994 to 1999; Director, University Honors Program, 1994 to 1999; Chair, Honors Program Committee, 1994 to 1999; Readmission Review Board, 1996 to 1999; Fulbright Selection Committee (student awards), 1997; College of Education's Teacher Education Reform Committee for General Science and Physical Sciences, ; Standards and Implementation for Teacher Education Collaborative Team, ; Freshman Scholarship Committee, Spring Promotion and Tenure Committees: Fall 2006, Kasiska College of Health Professions; Fall 2003, Department of Dental Hygiene; Fall 2003, Division of Teacher Education (chair); Fall 2003, Department of Educational Leadership; Fall 2003, Kasiska College of Health Professions; 8

9 Fall 2001, Department of Biological Sciences; Fall 1999, College of Engineering; Fall 1998, Department of Music; Fall 1994, Department of Foreign Languages. University Search Committees: Registrar, Office of Registration & Records, Spring 2007; ERP Manager, Summer 2006; Director of Field Experiences, College of Education, Spring 1999; Asst. Director of Registration & Records, Summer, 1998; Director of Academic Services, Spring 1998; Chair, search committee for the Dean of the College of Education, Spring 1997; Assistant Dean of Student Affairs, Summer 1996; Admissions Representative & Recruiter, Summer 1996; Internship Coordinator, Summer University ad hoc committees: American Indian Student Support Committee, Fall 2003 to Spring, 2006; Initiated the Challenge Exam Committee, AF98 to AS99; C.L.A.S.S. Program, 1997 to 1998; Student Behavior in the Classroom, ; Medical Withdrawal Policy, 1997; First Year Seminar, ; National Student Exchange, College of Education Committees: Promotion Committee for another Education department (AF11); Tenure & Promotion Committee, Fall 2007 to Fall 2009; Ad hoc COE Committee on Graduate Faculty Issues, Spring 2002; Student Evaluations, Fall 2000; Teacher Education, Fall 1999 through Spring, 2002; Doctoral, Fall 1999 through Fall 2001; Leadership, Fall 1999 through Spring 2002; search committee for Dept. of Educational Administration (Education Research/Statistics faculty member), Spring and Summer, College of Arts & Sciences: ISU Alumni Professional Achievement Award Selection Committee, 1994 to 1999; chair of the College of Arts & Sciences scholarship committee (determines the Loscalzo, Swanson, Whitehead, DOW, and ASISU scholarship awards for the college); Appeals officer for the College of Arts & Sciences: advise faculty and hear cases regarding scholastic appeals, academic dishonesty cases (initial and appeals), dismissals from graduate program, and complaints (usually regarding grades, occasionally regarding classroom behavior) Participant: informationals, orientation, pre-registration and new freshmen registration, recruiting, retention, and transfer activities, creator of and speaker for Probation Workshops (for students on academic probation). These activities occurred both on and off campus. Creator and coordinator of "The R. David Missal Band Scholarship Endowment Fund" at Idaho State University. Designer and caretaker of the Donor Recognition Plaque, displayed in the Music Department area of the Fine Arts Building. This on-going fundraiser now sits at $40,000 (affected by recent economic downturn). Concept development began in October 1987; the first $500 scholarship was awarded in October To date, of 29 ISU students who received Missal Band Scholarships, 25 have graduated and 1 is still pursuing his degree. Graduate Department of Educational Leadership & Instructional Design: Ed.D. Comprehensive Examination Coordinator, AF08 to present; Member of doctoral comprehensive examination, dissertation, master s case analysis, and admission interview committees, Fall 2003 to present; Search committee chair for three positions AY10-11, two positions, Spring 2006, and three positions, Spring 2004; Community College Emphasis Committee, Fall

10 Division of Teacher Education: Director, Fall 1999 through Spring 2002; Director s preparations for AF01 NCATE visit; committees: Secondary Education, Spring 2001 through Spring 2002; Teacher Education Cohort Task Force, 1999 to 2001; Chair, search committee for Regional Special Education position 8/00; Choices Information Fair, Student Union, 10/13/99. Department of Foreign Languages: Outcomes Assessment Committee; Course Evaluations Committee; Search Committees; Language Laboratory; Foreign Language Fair. Student Organizations & Other Student Services: Contributor and participant, Human Rights Celebration, Contributor and participant, ISU Reading Project, Co-advisor with Missy Cummins to the Honors Program Student Organization, ASISU Judicial Review Board, three-year appointment, 1997 to ASISU Content Area Tutoring Advisory Committee, (Founding member). Co-advisor with Dr. Craig Nickisch to the ISU German Club, Coordinator of Supplemental Advising Program, Office of Enrollment Management, ASISU Recycling, (Co-founder and steering committee member). ASISU Student Organization Committee, Miscellaneous Service: Faculty mentor for two assistant professors between Fall 2004 and Fall Member, Program Review Team for Dept. of English & Philosophy, April-May, Choices Saturday, 10/04/03, Pond Student Union (for the University Honors Program). College Majors Fair 10/29/03, Pond Student Union (for the University Honors Program). Transfer credit evaluator, : students who transfer to ISU with 58+ credits or associate degrees not included in an articulation agreement, have not had ready guidance on how their transfer credits fulfill ISU general education requirements. I initiated the current evaluation, which I conducted for every such transfer student who enrolled at ISU. Teaching evaluator: two professors (Arts & Sciences and Business) invited me to evaluate their teaching in AS96, AS97, and AF97. Editor of articles for publication and research grants for members of the Department of Economics, Department of Geology, and the College of Engineering. Outside evaluator on the promotion portfolio for an associate professor at Pacific Lutheran University, for promotion to full professor; January Professional Speaking: Guest panelist in ACAD 102 First Year Seminar, 10/3/11, 3/2/11, 10/6/10, 10/27/09, and 10/13/08. Guest panelist in EDLH 736 Instructional Leadership & Faculty Affairs in Higher Education, 6/1/11 and 9/25/08. Guest lecturer in ACAD 102 First Year Seminar Just what is a college education, anyway? 11/11/09, 10/13/04, 4/21/04, and 9/16/03. 10

11 Guest lecturer in EDLP 800 Doctoral Seminar What Higher Education Administrators Need to Know about Academic Dishonesty, 9/26/03. Presenter, ISU Student Affairs Institute, 9/17/08: Critical Events in the History of Higher Educ. ISU Division of Student Affairs Workshop Publishing in Student Affairs. 3/7/05. Emcee: Early College Program Student Faculty Dinner, 218/04. KISU Backtalk guest with Melisa Moon, 1/31/04, topic: ISU First Year Seminar. KISU Backtalk guest with Melisa Moon, 9/16/03, topic: ISU First Year Seminar. Centennial Rotary Club, Pocatello, Fall 1994: The ISU University Honors Program. Other Professional or Related Community Service: Announcer, performer, and/or board member for the Pocatello Municipal Band, 2006-present, 2004; , and Served on Passages panels for the Pocatello Community Charter School, 5/21/09 and 5/22/08. Member, Portneuf Greenway Foundation, 2007 to present. Performer (clarinet and flute) for ISU special events, 2004 to present. Jefferson Elementary School, Pocatello, Idaho, PTA/PTO Vice-President Document translation (German and Danish) for SE Idaho community, Member, Nomination Committee, Idaho State University Federal Credit Union, "Germany: East or West?" 10/25/89. Co-organizer and participant in the ISU Foreign Language Department open forum on the current events in Germany. 11

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