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									     ANDREW SIKULA, SR.

              RESUME



I. CAREER SUMMARY AND MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS



             II. REFERENCES
                         ANDREW SIKULA, SR.
                 I. CAREER SUMMARY AND MAJOR HIGHLIGHTS

PERSONAL:

       Home Address:            9 Riverside, Charleston, West Virginia 25303

       Home Telephone Number:           (304) 744-9009

       Business Telephone Numbers: (304) 696-5000 (Huntington); (304) 746-1956 (South Charleston)

       Fax Telephone Numbers:          (304) 696-4344 (Huntington); (304) 746-2063 (South Charleston)

       Cell Telephone Number:           (304) 610-7451

       E-Mail:     sikula@marshall.edu


EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES:

       Ph.D. in Management (1970), Michigan State University

       M.B.A. (1967), Michigan State University

       B.A. in Economics (1966), Hiram College, Hiram, Ohio

       Mogadore Grade, Junior High, and High Schools, Mogadore (Akron), Ohio, 1950-1962


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCES:

 1.       Associate Dean, Lewis College of Business, Marshall University, 1999-Present
          Director of the Graduate School of Management, Marshall University, 1999-Present

 2.       Department of Management Chair, CSU-Chico, 1998-1999

 3.       Business Dean, CSU-Northridge, 1986-1987

  4.      Business Dean, CSU-Chico, 1980-1986

  5.      Business Dean, Chicago State University, 1978-1980

 6.       Business Associate Dean, Murray State University, 1976-1978




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TEACHING EXPERIENCES:

 1.    Marshall University, 1999-Present, Distinguished Chair, Richard G. Miller Professor

 2.    California State University, Chico, 1980-1999, Professor

 3.    Murray State University, 1976-1978, Professor

 4.    University of Illinois at Chicago, 1970-1976, Assistant and Associate Professor

  5.   Michigan State University, 1966-1970, Instructor


RESEARCH-PUBLICATION EXPERIENCES:

       Over 150 total journal articles, monographs and papers plus 25 textbooks


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:

  1.   Chair, 1986-1987, and Program Vice Chair, 1985-1986, California State
       University, Business Deans Association

  2.   Chairman, Illinois Council of Business Deans, 1978-1980

  3.   Academy of Management, Midwest Division, President, 1977-1978.
       Other Midwest Academy of Management officerships throughout the mid 1970s


HONORS AND AWARDS:

  CAMC Health Education and Research Institute Management Educator Medallion, 2008

  West Liberty State College Certificate of Appreciation, 2008

  CAMC HERI DMPNA Program Founders Award, 2007

  Mogadore Schools, Alumni Foundation, Distinguished Alumnus Award, 2005

  Marshall University, Lewis College of Business, Outstanding Graduate Faculty Award, 2003

  Marshall University, University Distinguished Artists and Scholars Award, 2002

  Marshall University, Lewis College of Business, Outstanding Researcher Award, 2000

  Marshall University, University Merit Awards, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006

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   California State University, Chico, College of Business, Outstanding Faculty Award, 1999

   California State University, Chico, Department of Management, Most Valuable Player Award, 1998

   California State University, Chico, Professional Development Honors Nominee, 1996 and 1997



ADMINISTRATIVE ACCOMPLISHMENTS:


1. Associate Dean, Elizabeth McDowell Lewis College of Business
   Director, Graduate School of Management, Marshall University, 1999-Present

      •   Generated $3,833,843 of third party contracts with the CAMC during the last 10 years
      •   Began the first Doctor of Management Practice in Nurse Anesthesia (DMPNA)
          business degree in the world and received COA, HLC/NCA and AACSB accreditations
      •   Assisted in starting an India MBA Program in Bangalore, India and revised the domestic
          EMBA Program
      •   Led LCOB GSM through 2 complete AACSB Maintenance of Accreditation cycles
      •   Converted Industrial Relations master’s into a Human Resource Management
          degree program and doubled its enrollment
      •   Helped in achieving separate AACSB accounting accreditation
      •   Began Marshall University’s first reduced time 30 credit hours master’s degree program
      •   Worked to implement the forthcoming MS in Accountancy
      •   Negotiated the reestablishment of the LCOB Executive MBA program

2. Chair, Department of Management, California State University, Chico, 1998-1999

      •   Developed a strategic plan for the department

3. Dean, College of Business Administration and Economics,
   California State University, Northridge, 1986-1987

      •   Set the framework for the college not to lose AACSB accreditation

4. Dean, College of Business, California State University, Chico, 1980-1986

      •   Led COB through 2 AACSB accreditation reaffirmation cycles
      •   Hired 50% (30) new faculty in six-year time period
      •   Developed BS degrees in Business Information Systems and International Business
      •   Developed MS in Accountancy degree
      •   Developed one of the first SAP University Alliance Programs in the country
      •   Developed nationally awarded SIFE (Students in Free Enterprise) program




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5. Dean, College of Business and Administration, Chicago State University, 1978-1980

      •   Made internship possibilities (which usually led to job placements) available to all
          interested undergraduate business students
      •   Recruited Black terminally qualified faculty to campus
      •   Reshaped curriculum into being AACSB accreditable
      •   Maintained active Small Business Development Center

6. Associate Dean, College of Business and Public Affairs, Murray State University, 1976-1978

      •   Helped college receive Initial AACSB accreditation
      •   Expanded MBA program to several military bases and off-campus locations
      •   Laid groundwork for Master of Professional Accountancy degree program
      •   Had oversight responsibility over graduate programs in public administration and
          criminology/corrections




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                      ANDREW SIKULA, SR.
                                     II. REFERENCES

          5 Inside Marshall University                     5 Outside Marshall University

1. Calvin Kent, Vice President                     1. Jay Coats, Former Dean
   Center for Business and Economic Research          WVU College of Business and Economics
   Marshall University                                109 Emerald Court
   Huntington, West Virginia 25755                    Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
   Voice: (304) 696-6005                              Voice: (304) 599-6373
   Fax: (304) 696-6088                                Cell: (304) 685-1190
   E-mail: kentc@marshall.edu                         E-mail: jay.coats@mail.wvu.edu

2. Chong Kim, Interim Dean                         2. Sharon Hall, President
   Lewis College of Business                          CAMC Health Education and Research Institute
   Marshall University                                3200 MacCorkle Avenue, SE
   Huntington, West Virginia 25755                    Charleston, West Virginia 25304
   Voice: (304) 696-2682                              Voice: (304) 388-9900
   Fax: (304) 696-4344                                Fax: (304) 388-9906
   E-mail: kim@marshall.edu                           E-mail: sharon.hall@camc.org

3. Paul Uselding, Former Dean                      3. Henry Lowenstein, Dean
   Division of Finance and Economics                  Wall College of Business
   Marshall University                                Coastal Carolina University
   Huntington, West Virginia 25755                    Conway, South Carolina 29528
   Voice: (304) 696-2615                              Voice: (843) 349-2640
   Fax: (304) 696-3662                                Fax: (843) 349-2455
   E-mail: uselding@marshall.edu                      E-mail: hlowenst@coastal.edu

4. Loren Wenzel, Head                            4. Richard Ross, Executive Director
   Division of Accountancy and Legal Environment    West Virginia Jobs Investment Trust Board
   Marshall University                              1012 Kanawha Boulevard, East, 5th Floor
   Huntington, West Virginia 25755                  Charleston, West Virginia 25301
   Voice: (304) 696-2660                            Voice: (304) 345-6200
   Fax: (304) 696-2652                              Fax: (304) 345-6262
   Email: wenzel@marshall.edu                       E-mail: rcr@wvjit.org

5. Kemp Winfree, Vice President                    5. Nancy Tierney, Director
   Marshall University Graduate College               CAMC School of Nurse Anesthesia
   Marshall University                                3110 MacCorkle Avenue, SE
   South Charleston, West Virginia 25303              Charleston, West Virginia 25304
   Voice: (304) 746-1991                              Voice: (304) 388-9950
   Fax: (304) 746-8944                                Fax: (304) 388-9955
   E-mail: kwinfree@marshall.edu                      E-mail: nancy.tierney@camc.org

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                     ANDREW SIKULA, SR.
                         LISTING OF PUBLICATIONS
                                   AND
                       INTELLECTUAL CONTRIBUTIONS
                                           Books:

  1.   Employee Relations Ethics: Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates,
       Publishers, 2001 (Co-edited with John Sikula).

 2.    Applied Management Ethics: Chicago, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, Publishers, 1996.

 3.    “Instructor's Manual and Transparency Masters” (to accompany the text Applied
       Management Ethics): Chicago, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, Publishers, 1996.

 4.    Management In America: Crisis In Ethics: Bend, Oregon, Daniel Spencer Publishers,
       1992.

 5.    “Professor Resource Guide” (to accompany the text Management In America: Crisis
       In Ethics) Bend, Oregon, Daniel Spencer Publishers, 1992.

 6.    La Administracion De Recursos Humanos: Un Texto Sobre El Manejo De
       Personal Y Problemas De La Actualidad: Mexico City, Editorial Limusa, 1990 (Co-
       authored with John McKenna).

 7.    Personnel And Human Resource Management: Melbourne, Florida, Krieger
       Publishing Company, 1990 (Co-authored with John McKenna).

 8.    Moral Management: Business Ethics: Dubuque, Iowa, Kendall/Hunt Publishing
       Company, 1989.

 9.    Moral Management: Chico, California, California State University, CSUC Printing, 1987.

10.    “Instructor's Manual” (to accompany the text The Management Of Human
       Resources: Personnel Text And Current Issues): New York, John Wiley and Sons,
       1984 (Co-authored with John McKenna).

11.    The Management Of Human Resources: Personnel Text And Current Issues:
       New York, John Wiley and Sons, 1984 (Co-authored with John McKenna).

12.    Administracion De Personal: Mexico City, Editorial Limusa, 1979.

13.    Administracion De Recursos Humanos En Empresas: Mexico City, Editorial Limusa,
       1979.
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14.   Personnel Management: New York, John Wiley and Sons, Professional Development
      Programs Division, 1976.

15.   Proceedings: Midwest Division - Academy Of Management: St. Louis, Missouri,
      Washington University, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Graduate School of
      Business Administration, April, 1976.

16.   “Instructor's Manual” (to accompany the text Personnel Administration And Human
      Resources Management): New York, John Wiley and Sons, 1976.

17.   Personnel Administration And Human Resources Management: New York, John
      Wiley and Sons, 1976.

18.   “Speaker's Guide” (to accompany the text Fundamentals Of Modern Personnel
      Management): New York, American Management Associations, 1976.

19.   Fundamentals Of Modern Personnel Management: New York, American
      Management Associations, 1977.

20.   “Instructor's Manual” (to accompany the text Management And Administration and
      the reader Essays In Management And Administration): Columbus, Ohio, Charles E.
      Merrill Publishing Company, 1977.

21.   Essays In Management And Administration: Columbus, Ohio, Charles E. Merrill
      Publishing Company, 1973.

22.   Management And Administration: Columbus, Ohio, Charles E. Merrill Publishing
      Company, 1973.

23.   Values, Motivation, And Management: Champaign, Illinois, Stipes Publishing
      Company, 1972.

24.   Conflict Via Values And Value Systems: Champaign, Illinois, Stipes Publishing
      Company, 1971.

25.   A Study Of The Values And Value Systems Of College Roommates In
      Conflict And Nonconflict Situations: Ann Arbor, Michigan, University Microfilms,
      1970.


                                      Monographs:

 1.   "Motivation for New Engineering Supervisors," Program 7242 - Fundamentals of
      Management for New Engineering Supervisors, American Management
      Associations, Inc., 1975, New York.


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2.   "Communications in an Engineering Organization," Program 7242 - Fundamentals of
     Management for New Engineering Supervisors, American Management
     Associations, Inc., 1975, New York.

3.   "Setting Objectives and Motivating Performance," Program 7540 - Engineering
     Management, American Management Associations, Inc., 1975, New York.

4.   "Evaluating Professional Performance," Program 7540 - Engineering Management,
     American Management Associations, Inc., 1975, New York.

5.   "5 Modern Leadership Axioms," Program 8248 - Management Skills and Techniques
     for New First-Line Supervisors, American Management Associations, Inc., 1975, New
     York.

6.   "25 Management Principles," Program 8248 - Management Skills and Techniques
     for New First-Line Supervisors, American Management Associations, Inc., 1975, New
     York.

                  Journal Articles, Proceedings and Presentations:


1.   “How to Make Unethical Decisions,” in Annual Editions: Business Ethics
     2009/2010, Edited by John E. Richardson, McGraw-Hill, forthcoming, 2009, New York,
     New York (Co-authored with John Sikula).

2.   “Moral Management Methodology/Mythology: Erroneous Ethical Equations,” Ethics &
     Behavior, forthcoming, 2009.

3.   “How to Make Unethical Decisions,” SuperVision, Vol. 69, No. 5, 2008 (Co-authored
     with John Sikula).

4.   “Application Tailoring,” Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2008, No. 1, 2008
     (Co-authored with Ralph McKinney, Jr.).

5.   “Improving Your Business Ethics,” Information Management in the Public Sector, State of
     West Virginia Information Officers, June, 2008, Marshall University Graduate College,
     South Charleston, West Virginia.

6.   “Management by Interruptions (MBI)” Mini Not Micro Management,” SuperVision, Vol.
     68, No. 12, 2007 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

7.   “Medical Malpractice Reform: A Societal Crisis or Fear Marketing?” Journal of Medical
     Marketing, Vol. 7, No. 2, 2007 (Co-authored with Phil Rutsohn).

8.   “Managing Time and Work Effectively Today,” Personal Excellence, August, 2007.


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 9.   “Cultural Implications of Excellent Employees: Comparing American and Korean
      Workers,” Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, January, 2007 (Co-authored with
      Chong Kim and Y. Ho Cho).

10.   “Selecting Leaders,” Leadership Excellence, Vol. 23, No. 9, 2006 (Co-authored with
      John Sikula).

11.   “Spirituality and Service-Learning,” in Spirituality in Higher Education, S. Hoppe and
      B. Speck, Co-editors, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2006 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

12.   “Three Types of People in The Workplace: 3D Theory,” Ethics and Critical Thinking
      Journal, Vol. 2006, No. 1, 2006 (Co-authored with Chong Kim).

13.   “Doctor of Management Practice in Nurse Anesthesia: CRNA Completion Program,”
      Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs, June, 2006, Park
      Ridge, Illinois (Co-authored with Nancy Tierney).

14.   “Managing Interruptions,” DIAS Technology Review: The International Journal
      for Business & IT, Vol. 2, No. 3, 2006 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

15.   “Ethics in Business: Ten Lessons in Moral Management,” South Charleston Chamber of
      Commerce, March, 2006, South Charleston, West Virginia.

16.   “Perceptions of the Characteristics of Good, Bad and Ordinary Workers on the Job: The
      Influence of Work Experience and Culture,” DIAS Technology Review: The
      International Journal for Business & IT, Vol. 2, No. 2, 2006 (Co-authored with
      Chong Kim and Harlan Smith).

17.   “Retirement Can Be Easy, If You Plan It Right,” Insights to a Changing World
      Journal, Vol. 2005, No. 1, 2005 (Co-authored with John Sikula and Kurt Olmosk).

18.   “The Characteristics of Necessity in a Work Place: A Cross-Cultural Study,”
      Proceedings, Pan-Pacific Conference XXII, April, 2005, Shanghai, China (Co-authored
      with Chong Kim).

19.   “The Characteristics of Necessity in a Work Place: A Replication Study,” DIAS
      Technology Review: The International Journal for Business & IT, Vol. 1, No. 2,
      2005 (Co-authored with Chong Kim).

20.   “The Medical Malpractice Crisis: An Economic Issue or an Ethical Issue?” Proceedings,
      Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators, March, 2005, Dallas, Texas (Co-authored
      with Phil Rutsohn).

21.   “Managed Mental Health Care Systems: Current Responses to a Continuous Ethical
      Dilemma,” Book Review Commentary, Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2005 (Co-
      authored with Charles Braun).

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22. “Three Types of People in The Workplace: 3D Theory,” in Applied Principles of Ethics
    and Critical Thinking, Ludwig Otto, Editor. Arlington, Texas: Franklin Publishing
    Company, 2005 (Co-authored with Chong Kim).

23. “Business Ethics at School and in The Real World,” Sunday Gazette-Mail, April 11,
    2004, Charleston, West Virginia.

24. “Reinventing Leadership-Blended Dualism,” DIAS Technology Review: The
    International Journal for Business & IT, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2004 (Co-authored with
    Chong Kim).

25.   “A Model of Reasoned Responses: Use of the Golden Mean and Implication for
      Management Practice,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 51, No. 4, 2004 (Co-authored
      with Chong Kim and Margie McInerney).

26.   “Cases and Commentaries: Ethical Principles: Integration or Separation?” Journal of
      Mass Media Ethics, Vol. 19, Nos. 3-4, 2004.

27.   “The Ethics of Medical Technology in End-of-Life Care,” Proceedings, Third
      International Conference on Healthcare Systems, October, 2004, Charleston, West
      Virginia (Co-authored with W. Kent Willis).

28.   “Digital Marketing: Ethical Considerations in The Marketing of E-Health Products,”
      International Journal of Medical Marketing, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2004 (Co-authored with
      Ashish Chandra and D. P. Paul, III).

29.   “The Characteristics of Necessity in a Work Place: A Replication Study,” Proceedings,
      Pan-Pacific Conference XXI, May, 2004, Anchorage, Alaska (Co-authored with Chong
      Kim).

30.   “Media Consultation-Reality TV and Professional Ethics: Unreality TV,” A Case Vignette,”
      Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 13, No. 4, 2004 (Co-authored with Lorraine Anderson).

31.   “The Transformation of University Residence Services,” Business Journal for
      Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2004, No. 1, 2004 (Co-authored with Dennis Prisk, Winston Baker
      and Viktoriya Rusalkina).

32. “9-11 Changed Everything,” Insights to a Changing World Quarterly Journal, Vol.
    1, No. 1, 2004 (Co-authored with John Sikula and Mary Ellen Drushal).

33. “Online Education Is Not For Everyone,” Mid-Western Educational Researcher,
    Winter, 2003 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

34. “Three Types of People in the Workplace: 3D Theory,” Proceedings, Pan-Pacific
    Conference XX, May, 2003, Shanghai, China (Co-authored with Chong Kim).


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35. “Has Business Behavior Changed?” Feature Edition Monthly Journal, May, 2003 (Co-
    authored with Terry Polen).

36. “The Invisible Hand,” Executive Excellence, April, 2003.

37. “Outsourcing Human Resource Management Activities in West Virginia,” Business
    Journal for Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2003, No. 1, 2003 (Co-authored with Nicholas
    Cicarello, III).

38. “Ethical Dimensions of Marketing Pharmaceutical Products to the International Consumer
    Via The Internet,” Proceedings, Second International Healthcare Conference, July,
    2002, Ankara, Turkey (Co-authored with Ashish Chandra).

39. “Ethical Leadership,” Marshall University, Graduate School of Education and Human
    Services, Technology Management Seminar, May, 2002, South Charleston, West Virginia.

40. “Healthcare Organization Managers Beware – Understand Your Ethical Constraints – A
    Book Review,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 12, No. 3, 2002 (Co-authored with Ashish
    Chandra).

41. “Academic Ethics and Student/Professor Negotiations: A Case Vignette on Graduate
    Student Teaching Assignments,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 12, No. 2, 2002 (Co-authored
    with Terry Polen).

42. “Be The Best: Leadership Issues in The New Century,” Insights To A Changing World
    Journal, Vol. 2002, No. 1, 2002 (Co-authored with John Sikula and Lorraine Anderson).

43. “The Concept of Trinity and Its Application to Management Practice,” Insights To A
    Changing World Journal, Vol. 2002, No.1, 2002 (Co-authored with Chong Kim and
    Blaker Bolling).

44. “A Comparative Analysis of Korean and American Management Education: A Knowledge-
    Based Odyssey,” International Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 15, No.
    1, 2002 (Co-authored with Chul Boo Huh and Chong Kim).

45.   “Feedback,” Leadership Intern Program, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Company, October,
      2001, Buffalo, West Virginia.

46.   “Leadership,” Leadership Development Academy, Division of Rehabilitation Services,
      West Virginia Department of Education and The Arts, October, 2001, Institute, West
      Virginia.

47.   “The Survival Game, Pharmacy Rendition: Unethical Practices in Pharmacy –
      Recommendations and Strategies for Improving Professional Image,” Proceedings,
      International Business & Economics Research Conference, October, 2001, Reno, Nevada
      (Co-authored with Ashish Chandra).

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48.   “The Five Biggest HRM Lies,” Public Personnel Management, Vol. 30, No. 3, 2001.

49.   “The Relationship Between Company Size/Current Ethical Problems and The Formulation
      of Corporate Codes of Ethics,” Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2001, No. 3,
      2001 (Co-authored with Nicholas Ciccarello, III).

50.   “Cultural Influence on The Boundary Spanning Role: Case of a Korean Firm,”
      Proceedings, Pan-Pacific Conference XVIII, May, 2001, Vina Del Mar, Chile (Co-
      authored with Chul Boo Huh and Chong Kim).

51.   “Management Motivational Myths,” Proceedings, Joint Meeting of The International
      Conference on Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (IEMS) and The
      International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering (ICC & IE), March,
      2001, Cocoa Beach, Florida (Co-authored with Chong Kim).

52.   “A ‘New’ Theory of Management,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2001 (Co-
      authored with Kurt Olmosk, Chong Kim and Stephen Cupps).

53.   “Employee Relations Ethics and The Changing Nature of the American Work Force,”
      Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2001 (Co-authored with Chong Kim and Dennis
      Emmett).

54.   “Medical and Business Ethics,” Marshall University, School of Medicine, August, 2000,
      Huntington, West Virginia.

55.   “A Decade of Corporate Ethical Leadership,” Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal, Vol.
      2000, No. 1, 2000 (Co-authored with Mark Levine).

56.   “Restructuring Commerce and Reengineering Education,” Journal of Business and
      Public Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 1, 2000 (Co-authored with Kurt Olmosk).

57.   “A Decade of Corporate Ethical Leadership,” Annual Writer’s Conference Presentation,
      Franklin Publishing Company, December, 1999, Madrid, Spain (Co-authored with Mark
      Levine).

58. “Relationships Among Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Soundness, and
    Investment Value in 22 Manufacturing Industry Groups,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 9, No.
    4, 1999 (Co-authored with Scott Sibary and David Heinze).

59. “Ethical Leadership in Higher Education,” Ashland University, Administrative and Board
    Retreat, August, 1999, Ashland, Ohio.

60. “Relationships Among Corporate Social Responsibility, Financial Soundness, and
    Investment Value in 20 Service Industry Groups,” Ethics & Critical Thinking Journal,
    Vol. 99, No. 2, 1999 (Co-authored with David Heinze and Scott Sibary).

61. “Management and Morality-A Book Review,” Ethics & Behavior, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1999.

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62. “Ethical Excellence,” Personal Excellence, Vol. 3, No. 6, 1998.

63. “Ethically Excellent,” in Integrity At Work, Ken Shelton, Editor: Provo, Utah, Executive
    Excellence Publishing, 1998.

64. “Ethical Considerations of Being a Proactive Professional,” Proceedings, National
    Association for Teacher Educators, Alexis Park Resort & Spa, Summer Workshop, August,
    1997, Las Vegas.

65. “The Ethics of Reengineering,” Center for Applied Professional Ethics, California State
    University, Chico, Spring, 1997, Chico, California.

66. "Ten Ethical Misconceptions," Proceedings, Eighth Annual National Conference on
    Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach, University Extension
    Services, February, 1997, Long Beach.

67. “Diversity: A Good or Bad Idea?” In Annual Editions: Business Ethics 96/97, Eighth
    Edition, John E. Richardson, Editor: Sluice Dock, Guilford, Connecticut, Duskin Publishing
    Group, Brown & Benchmark Publishers, 1996.

68. "Are G.P.A. and Ethics Related?" International Journal of Value-Based
    Management, Vol. 9, No. 1, 1996 (Co-authored with Adelmiro Costa).

69. “Means Are As Important As Ends,” Lesson 4, customized Business Ethics textbook for
    National-Louis University: Chicago, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, 1996.

70. “Modern Thinking About Leadership,” Lesson 6, customized Business Ethics textbook
    for National-Louis University: Chicago, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, 1996.

71. “Human Resources Are The Most Valuable Assets,” Lesson 10, customized Business
    Ethics textbook for National-Louis University: Chicago, Illinois, Richard D. Irwin, 1996.

72. “Concepts of Moral Management and Moral Maximization,” Ethic & Behavior, Vol. 6,
     No. 3, 1996.

73.   “What’s In It For Me?” Personal Excellence, June, 1996.

74.   “Why Management Professors (Should) Teach Ethics in The Classroom,” International
      Journal of Value-Based Management, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1996.

75.   “21st Century Lessons in Moral Management,” Proceedings, Seventh Annual National
      Conference on Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach,
      University Extension Services, February-March, 1996, Long Beach.

76. “The Moral Question,” Personal Excellence, January, 1996.


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77. “What’s In It For Thee?” Ethical Management, Vol. 4, No. 12, 1995.

78. "Business Student Ethical Values Anew in The 1990s," International Journal of
    Value-Based Management, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1995 (Co-authored with Adelmiro Costa).

79. “Global Ethics,” Business Ethics Forum, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1995.

80. “Diversity: A Good or Bad Idea?” Journal of Management Education, Vol. 19, No. 2,
    1995.

81. "Developing Ethics Newsletters," Proceedings, Sixth Annual National Conference on
    Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach, University Extension
    Services, February, 1995, Long Beach.

82. “Teaching Ethics to MBA Students,” Division of Business Administration, California
    Baptist University, February, 1995, Riverside, California.

83. "Are Women More Ethical Than Men?" Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 13, No. 11,
    1994 (Co-authored with Adelmiro Costa).

84. "Are Age and Ethics Related?" Journal of Psychology, Vol. 128, No. 6, 1994 (Co-
    authored with Adelmiro Costa).

85. "Teaching Non-Profit Motives and Ethics to Business Students," Proceedings, Fifth
    Annual National Conference on Applied Ethics in America, California State University,
    Long Beach, University Extension Services, March, 1994, Long Beach.

86. "Have Student Ethical Values Downturned Over The Last Quarter Century?"
    International Journal of Applied Philosophy, Vol. 8, No. 2, 1994 (Co-authored with
    Adelmiro Costa).

87. "Ethical Excellence," Executive Excellence, Vol. 10, No. 11, 1993.

88. "Beyond The Next Quarter - Constructing Enduring, Long-Run Business Strategies,"
    Proceedings, Western Academy of Management, March, 1993, San Jose (Co-presented
    with Andrea Delbeq, et al.).

89. "The 1990s: A New Environmental-Ethical Era," Proceedings, Fourth Annual National
    Conference on Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach,
    University Extension Services, February, 1993, Long Beach.

90. "PURGATORY: The Game of Ethical Excellence," c Andrew Sikula, Sr., Office of
    Copyrights, Library of Congress, 1992, Washington, D.C.

91. "Measures of Ethical Behavior," Proceedings, Third Annual National Conference on
    Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach, University Extension
    Services, February, 1992, Long Beach.

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 92. "The Morality Bridge," Proceedings, Second Annual National Conference on Applied
     Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach, University Extension Services,
     January, 1991, Long Beach.

 93. "Moral Management Instead of Business Ethics," Proceedings, First Annual National
     Conference on Applied Ethics in America, California State University, Long Beach,
     University Extension Services, January, 1990, Long Beach.

 94. "30 California Educators to Serve on New PG&E Educational Advisory Panel," Power
     Primer, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1985.

 95. "Current Issues in Careers," in The Management of Human Resources: Personnel
     Text and Current Issues, New York, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1984 (Co-authored
     with John McKenna).

 96. "Ten Timing Tips," Northern California Review of Business and Economics, Vol.
     10, No. 4, 1983.

 97. "Managing a Diverse Work Force: Differences in Supervising Hispanic and Black
     Employees," Proceedings, National Electronics Conference, Vol. 37, October, 1983,
     Chicago (Co-authored with Armando Triana).

 98. "Individuals Must Take Charge of Career Development," Personnel Administrator, Vol.
     28, No. 10, 1983 (Co-authored with John McKenna).

 99. "Hispanics in U. S. Organizations," Proceedings, Midwest Business Administration
     Association, March, 1983, Chicago (Co-authored with Armando Triana).

100.   "The Mobility of the University Business Professor," Collegiate News & Views, Fall,
       1983 (Co-authored with John McKenna and Raman Patel).

101.   "Building Team Trust," Proceedings, National Electronics Conference, Vol. 36, October,
       1982, Chicago (Co-authored with John McKenna).

102.   "On The Move Through The Groves of Academe: Mobility Among Business Professors,"
       Business Horizons, Vol. 24, No. 6, 1981 (Co-authored with John McKenna).

103.   "Managing Employee Stress, Proceedings, National Electronics Conference, Vol. 35,
       1981, Chicago (Co-authored with John Sikula).

104.   "The Mobility of The University Business Professor," Proceedings, Western Academy of
       Management, April, 1981, Monterey, California (Co-authored with John McKenna).

105.   "A Performance Appraisal Process for Policemen," Proceedings, Midwest Business
       Administration Association, April, 1981, Chicago.



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106.   "Management Theory Vis-A-Vis Management Practice in Many Universities," University
       Journal, California State University, Chico, No. 18, Fall, 1981, Chico, California.

107.   "Academic Administration and The Concept of Stewardship," Illinois Schools Journal,
       Vol. 60, Nos. 1 and 2, 1981 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

108.   "The Importance of Values for Managers and Plant Engineers," Proceedings, National
       Electronics Conference, Vol. 34, October, 1980, Chicago.

109.   "Academic Cloning," Clearing House, Vol. 53, No. 7, 1980 (Co-authored with John
       Sikula).

110.   "The Adhocracy Concept," Business and Public Affairs, Vol. 6, No. 2, 1980.

111.   "Violations of Management Principles within Academe," Contemporary Education, Vol.
       51, No. 2, 1980 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

112.   "The Professor as an Artist, a Scientist, and an Entrepreneur," Teacher Educator, Vol.
       14, No. 4, 1979 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

113.   "Rethinking Present Appraisal Systems," Supervisory Management, Vol. 24, No. 3,
       1979 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

114.   "Changing Jobs - The Agony and The Ecstasy," National Association of Secondary
       School Principals Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 427, 1979 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

115.   "Business Dean's Views of Faculty Development," Proceedings, Midwest American
       Institute for Decision Sciences, May, 1979, Chicago.

116.   "Adhocracy vs. Bureaucracy," Proceedings, Midwest American Institute for Decision
       Sciences, May, 1979, Chicago.

117.   "Organization Theory: Terminology, An Analogy, and A Model," Proceedings, Midwest
       Business Administration Association, April, 1979, Chicago.

118.   "Do People in Similar Jobs have Similar Values?" Training, April, 1979.

119.   "The Values and Value Systems of Retail Managers," Southern Business Review, Vol.
       4, No. 2, 1979.

120.   “Management by Objectives: The Original Concept; Trial and Error; and Recent
       Modifications in The Process," Proceedings, National Electronics Conference, Vol. 32,
       1978, Chicago.

121.   "MMM Theory-Multiply Motivated Maneuvers," Proceedings, Midwest Business
       Administration Association, April, 1978, Chicago (Co-authored with John Sikula).


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122.   "An Analysis of Introductory Management Courses," Proceedings, Midwest Business
       Administration Association, April, 1978, Chicago (Co-authored with John Sikula).

123.   "The Values and Value Systems of Banking Executives," Business and Public Affairs,
       Vol. 4, No. 1, 1977.

124.   "The Theory and Practice of Management: Paradoxical Proverbs, Contradictory Principles,
       and a Dichotomous Mentality," Business and Public Affairs, Vol. 2, No. 2, 1976.

125.   "Current Practices in The Use of The Management Internship," Proceedings, Midwest
       Division, Academy of Management, Washington University, Graduate School of Business
       Administration, April, 1976, St. Louis (Co-authored with Judi Strauss).

126.   "The Initial Management Course: What Should Be Its Content and Structure?"
       Proceedings, Midwest Division, Academy of Management, Graduate School of Business
       Administration, April, 1975, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Co-authored with Peter
       Sorensen, Jr.).

127.   "The Values and Value Systems of Negro and Caucasian Industrial Workers,"
       Proceedings, Midwest Business Administration Association, April, 1975, Chicago.

128.   "Administrative Authority: Its Genesis and Locus," Business and Society, Vol. 15, No.
       2, 1975.

129.   "Do Black and White University Interns Differ in Their Basic Values?" Journal of Negro
       Education, Vol. 44, No. 2, 1975 (Co-authored with John Sikula).

130.   "A Current Competency Quiz for Managers," Akron Business and Economics Review,
       Vol. 5, No. 1, 1975.

131.   "Institutional Reorganization for Better Education," Proceedings, Midwest Division,
       Academy of Management, Kent State University, Bureau of Economic and Business
       Research, College of Business Administration, April, 1974, Kent, Ohio.

132.   "Value Changes in Black and White University Interns," Proceedings, American
       Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, April, 1974, Chicago. Reprints from
       ERIC Document Reproduction Service, P. O. Drawer O, Bethesda, Maryland
       (Co-authored with John Sikula and Roberta Sikula).

133.   "Personal Values of The Plant Engineer," American Institute of Plant Engineers
       Journal, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1974 (Research Note authored by William Parsons with
       assistance from Andrew Sikula).

134.   "A Set-Systems Model of the Management-Administration Processes," in Andrew F.
       Sikula's Essays in Management and Administration: Columbus, Ohio, Charles E.
       Merrill Publishing Company, 1973.


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135.   "The Value and Value Systems of Industrial Personnel Managers," Public Personnel
       Management, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1973.

136.   "The Uniqueness of Secretaries as Employees," Journal of Business Education, Vol.
       48, No. 6, 1973.

137.   "Environmental Pluralism: A Model," Proceedings, Midwest Division, Academy of
       Management, Kent State University, Bureau of Economic and Business Research, College
       of Business Administration, April, 1973, Kent, Ohio.

138.   "The Values and Value Systems of Educational Administrators," Proceedings, American
       Educational Research Association, Annual Meeting, April, 1973, Chicago. Reprints from
       ERIC Document Reproduction Service, P. O. Drawer O, Bethesda, Maryland (Co-authored
       with John Sikula).

139.   "The Values and Value Systems of Governmental Executives," Public Personnel
       Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1973.

140.   "Values and Value Systems and The Relationship to Interpersonal Conflict," in Andrew F.
       Sikula's Values, Motivation and Management: Champaign, Illinois, Stipes Publishing
       Company, 1972.

141.   "The Values and Value Systems of Municipal Policemen," Police, Vol. 16, No. 9, 1972.

142.   "Do Teachers Differ in Their Values?" Education and Urban Society, Vol. 4, August,
       1972 (Co-authored with John Sikula and Stephen Jurs).

143.   "Values and Value Systems: Relationship to Personal Goals," Personnel Journal, Vol.
       50, No. 4, 1971.

144.   "Values, Value Systems, and Their Relationships to Organizational Effectiveness,"
       Proceedings, Academy of Management, Thirty-first Annual National Meeting, August,
       1971, Atlanta.

145.   "Values and Value Systems: And The Relationship to Interpersonal Conflict,
       Organizational Effectiveness, and Personal Goals," Proceedings, Midwest Division,
       Academy of Management, Michigan State University, Division of Research, Graduate
       School of Business Administration, April, 1971, East Lansing.

146.   "Values and Value Systems: Importance and Relationship to Managerial and
       Organizational Behavior," Journal of Psychology, Vol. 78, No. 2, 1971.




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         How The Graduate College Can Enhance The Academic Excellence
            And Stature Of Marshall’s Graduate Learning Experience

                            A Statement by Andrew Sikula, Sr.

        The core purpose of a university is to transform lives for the benefit of society. A
university contributes to the advancement of society through research, creative activity,
scholarly inquiry and the development of new knowledge. The mission of a Graduate
College is to achieve academic excellence by providing superior and comprehensive
educational opportunities beyond the baccalaureate level.
         Currently the Marshall University Graduate College has a Mission statement
which includes various values and ensurances. This Mission statement is adequate but
needs to be more widely disseminated around the university and known more intimately
by the Marshall university faculty, staff and graduate students.
        Also, the current Mission statement does not mention a few things identified as
responsibilities of the Graduate College Dean in the position announcement. Strategic
planning and fund raising can help to build the stature of the Graduate College. Although
apparently Marshall will have a separate Honors College Dean, Graduate College status
can be enhanced also by being more involved with Honors programming. Closer ties and
interactions with the Office of International Programs could also help to grow and
improve international graduate student recruitment and retention.
        The Dean of the Graduate College must provide a strong leadership role in
developing new, innovative and entrepreneurial graduate degree programs which enrich
the mind and stimulate free inquiry directed toward understanding the nature of the
university and the role of mankind in it. Another central purpose is to enlarge graduate
student human intellectual and creative capacities including aesthetic and ethical
awareness, and the development of integrity and character. The Graduate College Dean
must take a strong and direct role in expanding knowledge and human understanding by
performing activities which preserve and promote the arts, benefit the state’s economy
and serve the citizens through public programs.
        The Graduate College must do more than just serve as a staff office where student
paperwork is done, records are kept, requirements are enforced, and grievances are
handled. It should be a fountain of ideas from which new graduate programs flow. Of
course, every academic department, division, school and college along with the MU
Graduate Council must do their parts and perform their roles as well. I believe that
Marshall’s greatest student recruitment and retention increases given proper Graduate
College leadership will be at the graduate level and will include both new and enhanced
domestic and international programs.           More efforts need to be focused on
interdisciplinary graduate degrees such as the forthcoming Health Informatics program.
Furthermore, additional bridges and transitions between undergraduate programs and
advanced graduate degrees need to be developed similar to the 3+2 business MBA.

								
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