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					Biographical Sketch: Michael Frazier, Ph.D.
Mfraz4722@aol.com or mfrazier@howard.edu
As of February 5, 2009.

Dr. Frazier has over 26 years of professional public administration and
public services experiences and accomplishments in higher education,
10 federal agencies, local government, volunteer groups and military
organizations. He is an author and has taught and lectured in the USA,
Canada, Sweden, Latvia, Brazil, Japan, China and Serbia.

1. Education

University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in International Relations and Public Administration,
1989.
Master of Arts in American Government (MA), 1989.

University of Cincinnati, Ohio
Master of Community Planning (MCP), 1975.
Master of Communication Arts (MA), 1975.

Virginia State University, Petersburg, Virginia
Bachelors of Arts in History and Political Science (BA), 1973.


2. Professional Development Study

Foundation for Defense of Democracies Seminar, Tel Aviv, Israel, 2007.

CIEFF International Faculty Development Seminar, Brazil
Societal and Economic Perspectives, Sao Paulo, Salvador and Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil, 2005.

John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Washington, DC
Executive Seminar, “Strategies of Persuasion, 2002.”

Foreign Affairs Institute, U.S. Department of State, Arlington, VA
Professional Development Course: Intelligence and Foreign Policy, Global Issues,
Planning & Implementing Public Diplomacy Strategies, 2002.

National Defense University, Washington, D.C.
Graduate Professional Development Courses: “Measuring                Results    of
Organizational Performance,” 1998 and “Think Tanks.” 1999.
3. Professional/Occupational Experience.

      Associate Professor and Director of Master of Arts in Public
      Administration (MAPA), former Director of Graduate Studies, Department
      of Political Science, Howard University, Washington, D.C., Successfully
      directed 15 dissertations and scores of master degree graduate students,
      1991 – present.

      Executive Editor, The Government and Politics Journal, Department of
      Political Science, Howard University (peer reviewed) Founded in 1991 and
      has issued six editions since that time with the 7th edition to be released in
      February 2007. The Theme of the 100+ pages of the upcoming edition is
      Ralph J. Bunche: Scholar and Diplomat.

      Fulbright Senior Specialist, Jiangxi University of Finance and Economic,
      Nanchang, China, March 1 – April 11, 2006. Selected one or two grantees
      for study and lecturing in China by the J. William Fulbright Foreign
      Scholarship Board, the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs of the
      Department of State and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars
      (CIES).

      Visiting Scholar/Foreign Affairs Officer, Bureau of European and
      Eurasian Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, 2001-2002.

      Visiting Professor, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National
      Defense University, Washington, DC, 1998-2000.

      HBCU Faculty Fellow, Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
      (Equal Opportunity), Pentagon, Washington, DC, (Part-time), 1996-1998.

      HBCU Faculty Fellow, Headquarters Directorate of Civilian Personnel,
      U.S. Air Force, Pentagon, U.S. Air Force, (Part-time), 1990-1995.

      Assistant Professor, Department of Afro American Studies, Howard
      University, Washington, DC, 1989-1990.

      President and Chief Executive Officer, Economic Diversified Services,
      Inc., Washington, DC, 1979-1984.

      Consultant, Office of Evaluation and Research, U.S. Agency for
      International Development, 1984-1985.

      Special Assistant, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Community
      Planning; and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, U.S.
      Department of Housing and Urban Development, Washington, DC, 1977
      and 1980.



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      Management Analyst, City of Cincinnati, Ohio, 1974-1976.

4. Honors

  •   2008 Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England. Presented a paper, The
      Globalization of Democracy and Diversity: Dilemmas and Prospects,

  •   2007 Honorable Mention, A Whittington Excellence in Teaching Award,
      National Association of Schools of Public affairs and Administration,
      Seattle, Washington, October 11, 2007. Two hundred fifty schools are
      accredited by NASPPA.

      2006 Fulbright Senior Specialist Grant in Public Administration at Jiangxi
      University of Finance & Economics, Nanchang, People’s Republic of China,
      March 1 – April 12, 2006. The International Council of Educational
      Exchange of Scholars and the U.S. Department of State selected Dr.
      Frazier as one of two U.S. citizens for all of China. Department of State and
      taught public and business administration courses to undergraduate and
      graduate students.

      Dr. Anna Julia Cooper Teaching Award, National Conference of Black
      Political Scientist, Arlington, VA. March 25, 2005. The award is given to the
      teacher who has demonstrated excellence in the classroom as teacher,
      advisor, and academic counselor.

      Certificate of Recognition, In recognition of service during the period of
      Cold War (2 September 1945 –26 December 1991) in promoting peace and
      stability for this Nation, the people of this Nation are forever grateful. Donald
      Rumsfield, Secretary of Defense. 1 July 2001.

      Public Member, 2000 Senior Foreign Service Promotion Panel (SFS CM),
      U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C

      Commandant Public Service Award and Medal, Industrial College of the
      Armed Forces, National Defense University, June 2, 2000.

      Provost Excellence Award, Office of the Provost, Howard University.
      Recipient of a $10,000 grant to support the publication of a refereed
      publication, Government & Politics Journal, 6th edition, Spring 2000.

      Merit Pay Award For Outstanding Service, Office of the President,
      Howard University, Washington, DC, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2002,
      2003, 2004, and 2006.




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      Commendation For Notable Achievement Award, Division of Academic
      Affairs, Howard University. In recognition of his work to initiate and develop
      collaborative projects to enhance cultural and scholarly activities between
      Howard University and the Embassy of Japan, May 4, 1995.

      Honorable Discharge, U.S. Air Force, Torrejon Air Base, Spain, 1971.


5. Key Experiences.

      International Travel: Extensively throughout the United States of America
      and Spain. Professional public service visits to the Virgin Islands, Puerto
      Rico, Bahamas Islands, Chile, Argentina, Germany, Israel, England, Italy,
      Latvia, Sweden, Uruguay, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, Norway, Belgium,
      Australia, Japan, China (PRC), Slovenia, Serbia, Canada, Mexico, Israel,
      and Morocco.


6. Public Service Presentations and Papers delivered before professional
   Groups:

      Keynote Address, “Civil Rights and Discrimination in the United States.”
      Riga Graduate Law School and Vidzeme University College, Vidzeme and
      Riga, Latvia, February 7-11, 2006

      Keynote Address, “Martin Luther King, Jr. Valuing the Vision Beyond the
      Dream,” Washington & Jefferson College, Washington, Pennsylvania,
      January 16, 2006.

      “America as a Multicultural Society.” Keynote address Centre for American
      Studies, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada,
      February 15, 2005.

      Keynote Address, “Faith, Justice, and Reconciliation” Distinguished
      Lecture Series, The Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio,
      October 28, 2004.

      “America as a Multicultural Society: How Has America Benefited from
      Religious, Racial and Ethnic Diversity?” Tokyo, Osaka, Okinawa, Nagoya,
      Japan and Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Chongqing, Chengdu, China
      (PRC), February 20 – March 9, 2004. Under the auspices of the U.S.
      Embassy in Beijing, China and the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo, Japan.

      “Civil Rights and Discrimination in the United States,” Riga Graduate School
      of Law, Riga, Latvia, January 31, 2002. Under the auspices of the U.S.
      Department of State.



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      “Civil Rights and Diversity in the United State,” Diplomatic Salon, Latvian
      Journalist Union, Riga, Latvia, February 2, 2002. (U.S. Department of
      State).

      “America at Home and Abroad” Soderton University College, Stockholm
      Association of American Studies, February 4, 2002. (U.S. Department of
      State).

      “The Hyphenated American,” Kungsholmen, Jr. College, Stockholm
      Sweden, February 4, 2002. (U.S. Department of State).

      “Civil Rights and Diversity in the United states,” The English Department,
      Uppsala University, Sweden, February 6, 2002. (U.S. Department of State).

       “The Role and Concerns of the Diverse African American Community in the
      1996 U.S. Electoral Process,” Tokyo American Center, Tokyo Japan,
      February 21, 1996. (Under the auspices of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign
      Affairs, Japanese Government).

      "Relevancy of Diversity in State Government Programs: Implications for
      African Americans" presented at the Center for Government Service ,
      Political Science Department, Indiana State University, March 25, 1993.

      "Diversity in the Federal Work Force" and "Diversity Management",
      presented to military and civilian personnel at the Ira C. Eaker Center for
      Professional Development, Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery,
      Alabama, 1992 to 1995.

      "Export Trade and Jobs", presented to the Agricultural and International
      Trade Committee, National Conference of State Legislatures State-Federal
      Assembly, December 13, 1990, the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Washington, D.C.

      "Managing a Culturally Diverse Work Force", Foreign Agricultural Service,
      U.S. Department of Agriculture, February 7, 1991.

      Video Producer: The Quest For Social Justice, Narrated by Ail Freeman,
      Jr., Howard University, Washington, DC, 1997.


7. Major Publications and writings.

      2008 Government & Politics Journal, 7th edition, Vol. III. No. I. Department
      of Political Science, Howard University, March 2007. (Peer Reviewed and
      serve as Executive Editor).




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     (Forthcoming) Global Perspectives: International Development, Politics and
     Public Administration, anticipated release in 2009.

     (Forthcoming) “Beyond the Glitter: An Outsiders View of the PRC.”

     (2005) “Faith Justice and Reconciliation,” The Episcopal Diocese of
     Southern Ohio, Cincinnati, Ohio.

     (2002) The Northern Europe Initiative: An Assessment. Office of Nordic and
     Baltic Affairs, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC.

     (2002) Government & Politics Journal, 6th. edition, Vol. II. No. II.
     Department of Political Science, Howard University, Spring 2002. (Peer
     Reviewed and serve as Editor-in-Chief).

     (1996) “ Ideology and Language in the 1996 U.S. Presidential Election”
     The World Affairs Weekly, Tokyo, Japan: JIJI Press.

     (1995) "Race, Multiculturalism, and Education", co-authors Rick Seltzer and
     Irelene Ricks in The Journal of Negro Education, School of Education, Vol.
     64, No. 2, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

     (1993) The National Guard: Defending the Nation and the States, co-
     author Norman Beckman, U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental
     Relations, Washington, D.C.

     (1992) Michael Frazier, Implementing State Government Export Programs,
     Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.

7. SELECTED MULTIMEDIA EXPERIENCES

     2007 Guest: “Min [from] Washington: Live broadcast current affairs talk
          show broadcast to over 42 million viewers around the world via
          satellite, Al-Jazeera.

     2005   Guest: TVO Toronto, Canada (02/14/05)
            Topic: Race Relations in the United States of America

     1999 Guest: White House Chronicle, Washington, DC

     1997 Producer: The Quest For Social Justice, Narrated by Ail
          Freeman, Jr.

     1994 Guest: The Evening Drum, WHUR Radio, 93.6 FM, Howard
          University Topic: 1994 D.C. Mayoral Election




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      1993 Guest: Common Ground, CBS TV, Chicago, Illinois
           Topic: Senator Carol Mosely Braun, "Carol's Report Card", 7/11/93

      1992 Guest: Let's Talk Sports, News 8, Channel TV

      1992 Guest: Channel 8 TV, Evening News
           Topic: D.C. Politics Ward 8 Elections

      1991 Guest: Evening Exchange, WHMM TV, Channel 32, Howard
           University

8. Other Interests.

      Special Interest: International Affairs; Electoral Politics. Hobbies: Golf,
      Tennis, Racket ball, Swimming, Basketball, Reading, and Roller Skating.


8. Military Service.
   Honorable Discharge, U.S. Air Force, 1972 as a Sergeant during the Vietnam
   era conflict. His service included assignments in the United States and Spain.

REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.




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