1 Curriculum Vitae Ronald Fernandes, Ph.D. School of Public Service, DePaul University 14. E. Jackson Blvd. Room 1608 Chicago, IL, EDUCATION: 2005 Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management, Heinz College, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1991 Post-Graduate Diploma in Rural Management, Institute of Rural Management Anand, India 1989 Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (with Distinction), Jabalpur Engineering College, Jabalpur, India ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: 2012 Present Assistant Director, School of Public Service (SPS), DePaul University Assistant Professor, School of Public Service (SPS), DePaul University Instructor, School of Public Service (SPS), DePaul University ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS: 2012 Present Assistant Director, School of Public Service (SPS), DePaul University Assistant Director of the school which has around 400 graduate students and 5 degrees. I have teaching, administration, and research responsibilities and work with the faculty, staff and students to enhance overall academic quality Present Principal Representative to the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) NASPAA is an international association of public affairs schools (schools of public policy and administration) and is the recognized accreditor of master's degree programs in public policy (MPP), public affairs (MPAff), and public administration (MPA). The mission of NASPAA is to "ensure excellence in education and training for public service and to promote the ideal of public service. I am responsible for meeting the accreditation requirements for three graduate degrees at the School and to represent the school at the NASPAA annual conference.
2 2012 Present Chair, SPS Study Abroad committee As chair of the SPS Study Abroad committee I am responsible for coordinating the review and approval of new programs to Northern Ireland, Cuba, Colombia, China, Panama, Philippines and Tanzania and the coordination of existing programs in Belgium, Brazil, India, Republic of Ireland and Tanzania Present Principal Coordinator, DePaul University s Coverdell Peace Corps Fellows program As Principal Coordinator, I am responsible for coordinating the review and selection of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) who wish to pursue graduate programs in public service at the school Present Chair-Master of Science in Public Service Management (MPS) degree As chair I am responsible for student selection and advising related to our flagship MPS degree. I also oversaw faculty training and teaching and administrative support offered to around 100 current MPS students Chair-Master of Science in International Public Service (MSIPS) degree As chair I was responsible for student selection and advising related to our MSIPS degree. I also oversaw faculty training and teaching and administrative support offered to around 130 MSIPS students Chair, Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree As chair I was responsible for student selection and advising related to our MPA degree. I also oversaw faculty training and teaching and administrative support offered to around 180 MPA students Director, SPS Online program 2012 Present As Director I am responsible for student selection and advising of around 80 students in two online degree programs: MPS online and MPA online. I also oversee faculty training and teaching and administrative support offered to our online students. We use an innovative mix of asynchronous and synchronous technologies in our online classes Present Director, SPS India program As Director I was responsible for initiating and growing partnerships with two institutions in India: The DePaul Institute of Science and Technology, Angamaly, Kerala and the Watershed Organization Trust (WOTR), Pune, Maharashtra. I am currently responsible for developing and managing the short-term programs offered by SPS in India during the December intercession. Since 2004, around 270 American graduate students from the school have visited India and participated in these programs Present Founder and President, American Friends of WOTR, Inc. (AFOW) A charitable 501(c)(3) organization created to educate Americans on the
3 challenges of environmental degradation facing the world and the support the activities of the Watershed Organization Trust (WOTR), India. India Program: 2013 December: WOTR, Pune, India: MPS 588: Introduction to Research Methods & Statistics for Management; DIST Angamaly, India- MPS 604: Comparative Administrative Law 2012 December: WOTR, Pune, India: MPS 588: Introduction to Research Methods & Statistics for Management; MPS611: Management of International Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs); MPS 511: Sustainable Development and NGOs; MPS 543: Policy Implementation; DIST Angamaly, India- MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 520: Values-centered Leadership; MPS 612: International Political Economy, MPS 616: Intercultural Communication and Conflict Resolution 2011 December: WOTR, Pune, India- MPS 570: Research Methods; MPS611: Management of International Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs); DIST, Angamaly, India- MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 511: Sustainable Development and NGOs, MPS 520: Values-centered Leadership 2010 December: WOTR, Pune, India- MPS 542: Policy Analysis and Design; MPS611: Management of International Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs); DIST, Angamaly, India- MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 521: Leadership and Management 2009 December: Pune, India-MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 542: Policy Analysis and Design; Angamaly, India- MPS 521: Leadership and Management 2009 March: WOTR, Pune, India-MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 521: Leadership and Management; MPS 542: Policy Analysis and Design 2007 December: DIST, Angamaly, India-MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 521: Leadership and Management 2006 December: Angamaly, India-MPS 501: Cross Sector Analysis; MPS 521: Leadership and Management 2004 December: IRMA, Anand, India - MPS 605: Seminar in International Development-The Role of Cooperatives Ireland Program: 2013 Summer: All Hallows College, Dublin - MPS 611: Management of International Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) With Siobhan McGee
4 OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE: Applications Engineer (Marketing), Forbes Marshall, Inc. Pune, India Responsible for initiating and marketing new technology initiatives using computer-aided design software (CAD) Assistant Manager-Plant, Oilseeds Growers Cooperative, Raichur, India Assistant Manager-Finance, Oilseeds Growers Cooperative, Raichur, India Responsible for managing the construction and commissioning of a 120 TPD oilseeds processing, solvent extraction, and refining plant project. I was also responsible for plant operations and personnel administration. Responsible for budgeting, control, and financial analysis for the organization to ensure profitable and sustainable operations. TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 2002 Present DePaul University: First Year Program (undergraduate) ISP 120 Quantitative Reasoning DePaul University: School of Public Service (graduate) MPS 500 Introduction to Public Service Management (in Chicago and online) MPS 501 Cross Sector Analysis (in Chicago, online, and in India) MPS 511 Sustainable International Development (in Chicago and online) MPS 515 Nonprofit Financial Administration (in Chicago and online) MPS 530 Analyzing Nonprofit Organizations (in Chicago and New Orleans) MPS 553 Organizational Effectiveness and Program Evaluation (in Chicago) MPS 580 Quantitative Methods in Public Service (in Chicago and online) MPS 585 Thesis Design (in Chicago) MPS 586 Research Methods & Statistics (in Chicago) MPS 587 Advanced Research Methods & Statistics (in Chicago) MPS 588 Introduction to Research Methods & Statistics for Management (in Chicago and India) MPS 589 Advanced Research Methods & Statistics for Management (in Chicago) MPS 590 Applied Research (in Chicago) MPS 593 Integrative Seminar (in Chicago) MPS 598 Thesis Research (in Chicago) MPS 604 Special Topics: International Development and the Role of Cooperatives (in India) MPS 604 Comparative Administrative Law-US & India (In India) MPS 611 Management of International NGOs (in Chicago and Ireland) Carnegie Mellon University: H. John Heinz School of Public Policy and Management Instructor Statistics: Quantitative Skills Summer Program Financial Analysis for Managers Budgeting and Management Control Systems
5 Decision Analysis Researcher Sloan Foundation grant to the Software Industry Center, CMU: Project 1-Labor Supply and Demand in the Indian software and services industry: Project 2-The skills of software professionals in the Indian software and services industry: Researcher American Educational Research Association grant Project: Parental Influences on College Enrollment Researcher Assistant Project: Women in Computing-A Study of Gender Discrimination in Occupations Researcher Assistant Project: Why Do Black Kids Fail? The Effects of Poverty on Racial Gaps in Test Scores GRANT AND CONTRACTS: Parental Influences on College Enrollment, American Educational Research Association (AERA) $10,000 funded. Completed Training and Technical Assistance, Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), $2.4 Million. Not Funded Quality of Instruction Council (QIC) Academic Technology grant: $7,500 funded (Total grant of $22,500 received jointly with School of New Learning and College of Commerce) University Research Council (URC) Research grant to conduct research on Effect of Learning Management Systems on Student and Faculty Outcomes : $3,080 funded CREATIVE ACTIVITIES: Newman, T., & Fernandes, R. (2015). A re-assessment of factors associated with environmental concern and behavior using the 2010 General Social Survey. Environmental Education Research. Rubin, B., & Fernandes, R. (2013). The Teacher as Leader: Effect of Teaching Behaviors on Class Community and Agreement. The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 14(5). Rubin, B., & Fernandes, R. (2013). Measuring the Community in Online Classes. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 17(3). pp
6 Rubin, B., Fernandes, R., & Avgerinou, M. D. (2012). The Effects of Technology on the Community of Inquiry and Satisfaction with Online Courses. The Internet and Higher Education, 17: pp Rubin, B., Fernandes, R., & Avgerinou, M. D. (2011). How the Use of Virtual Learning Environment Tools Affects the Online Learning Experience? 6th International Conference in Open & Distance Learning - November 2011, Loutraki, Greece PROCEEDINGS: pp Rubin, B., Fernandes, R., Avgerinou, M. D., & Moore, J. (2010). The Effect of Learning Management Systems on Student and Faculty Outcomes. The Internet and Higher Education, 13: pp Arora, A., Arunachalam, V.S., Asundi, J., & Fernandes, R (2000). The Indian Software Industry. Research Policy, 30 (8): pp Fernandes, R. & Simon, H.A. (1999). A Study of How Individuals Solve Complex and Ill- Structured Problems. Policy Sciences, 32: pp SCHOLARLY PAPERS PRESENTED: "Building Bridges Online: Some Institutional Challenges to Develop Online Programs in Nonprofit Management and Strategies to Overcome Them." Paper presented at the Benchmark 3.5 Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies in San Diego, CA, March 24-27, 2011 "Models of Study Abroad Programs for Graduate Nonprofit Programs." Paper presented at the Benchmark 3.5 Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies in San Diego, CA, March 24-27, 2011 Strategic Growth versus Mission Drift in Nonprofits: Governance and Managerial Issues. Paper presented at the Annual ARNOVA conference in Washington, D.C. Nov 19-21, 2010 Effects of Learning Management Systems on Student and Faculty Outcomes 2010 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Anaheim, California, October 26-30, 2010 Effect of Using Desire2Learn on Student and Faculty Outcomes FUSION 2010: Architects of Education conference, Chicago, July 11-16, 2010 Small Water Projects Can Do Big Things: Watershed Management in India International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) bi-annual conference, July 5-8, 2010, Istanbul, Turkey. The Relationship between NGO Participation and Confidence in Civil Society Institutions: The Case of India. Paper presented at the Annual ARNOVA conference in Cleveland, Ohio Nov 19-21, 2009
7 International-by-Design: The SPS DePaul Way NASPAA Annual Conference, DC, October 16, 2009 Building Bridges Online: Challenges to Teaching Public Affairs and Administration Using Online Learning Techniques NASPAA Annual Conference, DC, October 17, 2009 Watershed Development and Building Civil Society in Rural India: Does a Connection Exist? The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) annual conference, Philadelphia November, The Relevance of Participation in the Implementation Process: Watershed Development Projects in India - What Works, What Doesn t? The International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) conference, Barcelona, July The Emergence of the Millennial Generation: A Golden Age for the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector? Annual conference of the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, Chicago, IL: Nov 16-18, Non-Classroom Based Pedagogies for Teaching Nonprofit Management Techniques: Challenges and Opportunities for Educators, BenchMark3 conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, AZ: March 16-19, The Golden Age of Nonprofit Management: Meeting the Demands of the Millennial Generation, BenchMark3 conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, AZ: March 16-19, International by Design: Cases of Nonprofit Management Education, BenchMark3 conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, AZ: March 16-19, Teaching Quantitative Methods (Statistics) Online to Students in Public Administration Programs: Challenges and Opportunities, Teaching Public Administration Conference, American Society for Public Administration, Fort Walton Beach, FL: February 10-13, Do You Go To College If Your Parents Want You To? American Educational Research Association Grants Program Doctoral Conference, Washington D.C.: September 30-October 2, Family Structure, Parental Involvement and College Enrolment, Association of Public Policy and Management Fall Research Conference, Washington, D.C.: November 1, The Accounting of Human Capital Assets, The First London Business School Accounting Symposium, London, England: July 12-14, Why Do Black Kids Fail? Understanding the Relationship between Poverty and Test Scores, Annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA: April 26, 2000.
8 Explaining the Gender Earnings Gap in Computing, Legal, and Medical Occupations, Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting Baltimore, MD: November 9, OTHER PARTICIPATION IN SCHOLARLY MEETINGS: Participant & Panelist: NASPAA Annual Conference, Albuquerque, N.M, November 4-6, 2014 Participant & Panelist: NASPAA Annual Conference, Washington D.C, October 10-12, 2013 Participant: NASPAA Annual Conference, Austin, Texas, October 18-20, 2012 Panel Presentation (with J. Patrick Murphy, MaryAnn Feldheim, and Margaret Reid) The Missions of ARNOVA, NACC, and NASPAA: Opportunities for Collaboration. NASPAA Annual conference, St. Louis, MO, Oct 19-21, 2011 Presenter: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) annual conference, Washington, D.C.: November, Presenter: Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Anaheim, California, October 26-30, 2010 Co-Presenter: FUSION 2010: Architects of Education conference, Chicago, July 11-16, 2010 Co-presenter: International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) bi-annual conference, July 5-8, 2010, Istanbul, Turkey. Presenter: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) annual conference, Cleveland: November, Presenter: A Transactions Cost Approach to Overseas Education: Panel Discussion and Workshop, NASPAA Annual Conference, DC, October 16, 2009 Presenter: Innovations and Best Practices in Online Learning: Panel Discussion and Workshop, NASPAA Annual Conference, DC, October 17, 2009 Co-Presenter: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) annual conference, Philadelphia: November, Co-Presenter: The International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) conference, Barcelona: July Panel Discussant: Supporting Learning and Technology in Education (SLATE) conference, Chicago, IL: October 6, 2007.
9 Presenter and chair: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, Chicago, IL: Nov 16-18, Presenter: BenchMark3 conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, AZ: March 16-19, Sloan Industries Studies Annual conference, Cambridge, MA: December 2005 Presenter: American Society for Public Administration Teaching Public Administration Conference, Fort Walton Beach, FL: February 10-13, Invited Presenter: American Educational Research Association Grants Program Doctoral Conference 2004: Washington D.C.: Association of American Colleges and Universities (AACU) Technology, Learning, and Intellectual Development Conference, Cambridge, MA. :October 30-November 2, American Educational Research Association Grants Program Doctoral Conference, Washington, D.C.: 2002 American Economic Association (AEA) Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.: 2002 Presenter: Association of Public Policy and Management (APPAM) 23rd Annual Fall Research Conference, Washington, D.C: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Grants Program Doctoral Conference, Washington, D.C: Presenter: London Business School Inaugural Symposium in Accounting: 2001 Co-discussant: American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA: April 26, Invited Participant: Social Science Research Council - Program in Applied Economics Summer Workshop: Presenter: Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting Baltimore, MD: November 9, OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: Certified Master Reviewer, Quality Matters, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015 NASPAA Accreditation Institute s Site Visitor Training workshop. NASPAA Annual Conference, November 2014
10 NASPAA Accreditation Institute s Site Visitor Training workshop. NASPAA Annual Conference, October 2012 NASPAA Accreditation Institute s Self Study workshop. NASPAA Annual Conference, October 2010 NASPAA Accreditation Institute s Self Study workshop. NASPAA Annual Conference, October 2009 Building Quality into Online Professional and Technical Degree Programs, Department of Engineering Professional Development, University of Wisconsin, Madison: March 26-27, Certified Peer Reviewer training, Quality Matters, Fall 2007 Virtual Worlds conference, DePaul University, Chicago. Exposure to Second Life and Cobalt virtual classroom technologies. AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS: W.W. Cooper Scholarship for graduate studies at Carnegie Mellon University MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND OFFICIAL POSITIONS: 2012-Present: Chicago Council of Global Affairs 2014-Present: American Society for Public Administration 2015-Present: Board Member-India Development Service (IDS) SERVICE: Invited by Dean Suchar to serve as ex officio member on LAS Study Abroad committee Member and SPS representative on the LA& S Technology Task Force charged with outlining our college s response to the technology requirements implicit in the University s Vision 2018 plan. I chaired the sub-committee on Technology and Teaching which resulted in a white paper on the subject and incorporated in the LA&S documentation of this Task Force. Also served on a sub-committee chaired by Associate Dean Warren Schultz charged with creating a set of documents for graduate study abroad programs Chair, Synchronous Tools Selection Committee, DePaul University
11 Responsible for evaluation and selection of synchronous tool for online learning for DePaul University. Met bi-weekly during this period Member, D2LTransition Implementation committee, DePaul University Chair: Robert McCormick Met weekly from June 2010 onwards to June 2012 Responsible for planning the transition from Blackboard to Desire2Learn Learning Management System and its implementation Member, Online Learning Incubator committee, DePaul University Develop innovative solutions to spread online learning opportunities across DePaul Member, Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee (LMS subcommittee), DePaul University Meet monthly to coordinate the assessment of Learning Management Systems (LMSs) to enhance teaching quality and learning outcomes especially with regard to online learning courses Member, Public Service Council, DePaul University Member, Critical Thinking Research Committee (Curricula and Assignments subgroup) Studied the critical thinking skills of DePaul students through systematic research of selected curricula and assignments and recommended ways by which these skills could be developed and enhanced. July 2009 December 2009 Member, FGC sub-committee to review faculty formal/informal review process, College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Chair: Eugene Beiriger Key Responsibility: Met monthly to review the faculty review process as specified in the Faculty Handbook and make recommendations to FGC Chair, NASPAA Task Force, School of Public Service Key Initiatives: Coordinated the COPRA Self-Study and Site Visit process for fresh accreditation of our MPA and M.S. in International Public Service degrees under the new NASPAA 2009 standards Member, Curriculum Committee, School of Public Service Chair, Curriculum Committee, School of Public Service Chair, Curriculum Committee, School of Public Service
12 Key Initiatives: Re-designed and implemented applied research capstone (MPS 590/593) as an alternative to Master s thesis in the program. Developed Fellows program (MPS 598) to recognize and motivate talented students in the program. Developed Public Service immersion course (MPS 498) to meet the needs of incoming students with insufficient experience in the public service sector. Institutional change proposal to Higher Learning Commission of NCA to offer program certificates and degrees in distance-learning format. Re-designed new research sequence tracks to give students the choice of policy-based and management-based research Chair, SPS Online (Online courses and degrees offered by SPS) Key Responsibilities: To develop and offer two online degree programs in fully online format: the Master of Science in Public Service Management (2007) and the Master in Public Administration (2008) Incorporate synchronous learning techniques in the online curriculum Primary advisor for students in both online degrees Mentor and train faculty teaching online courses Review online courses as a subject expert peer reviewer for Quality Matters Chair, M.S. in International Public Service program, School of Public Service Member, SPS Local Review Board Key Responsibility: To review the research proposals of SPS students and faculty involving human subjects and to recommend their approval to the DePaul IRB. SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY: 2009 Present Founder and President, American Friends of WOTR, Inc. (AFOW) A charitable 501(c)(3) organization created to educate Americans on the challenges of environmental degradation facing the world and the support the activities of the Watershed Organization Trust (WOTR), India Board Member, Jamal Place, Inc Treasurer, Jamal Place, Inc.
13 A residential care facility for youth in the North Lawndale community Member, Venture Investments Impact Panel, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago Program Evaluator & Team Leader-Youth Impact Panel, United Way of Metropolitan Chicago Evaluated and approved disbursement of all UW funds to youth projects in Chicagoland. Professional Activities 2014-Present: Member, American Society for Public Administration Greater Chicago Chapter 2009 Present Member, Marketing Committee, Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) Member, International Committee, Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) 2008 Present Peer Reviewer & Subject Matter Expert, Quality Matters (QM) Peer reviewed the following online courses as Subject Matter Expert: 2009 ADP673 at California University of Pennsylvania: Research & Evaluation 2010 PS3800 at Capella University: Applied Public Safety Research Methods 2010 CUL2010 at Nashville State Community College: Purchasing & Cost Control 2010 ECON736 at University of Wisconsin, Whitewater: Business Condition Analysis 2011 Publisher textbook review: Financial Accounting by Kimmel, Weygandt, and Kieso, John Wiley and Sons, Inc 2010 Present Master Reviewer, Quality Matters (QM) Chaired Quality Matters review of the following online courses: 2011 University of Arkansas, Little Rock : Course -- NURS4530 Integration of Concepts Capella University: Course -- PSF5002 Survey of Public Safety Issues, Theories, and Concepts 2013 Regent University: Course -- DCOR702 Vision, Mobilization, & Management 2013 Duquesne University: Course -- MSGL701 Framing Global Issues 2014 DePaul University: Course SOC 205 Self and Society 2014 DePaul University: Course AI 256 Workplace and Professional Ethics
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