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					Curriculum Vitae                                    William H. Koenecke, Ph.D.


Residence:                                Work:
1547 Whippoorwill Drive                    Murray State University
Murray, Kentucky 42071                     Adolescent, Career and Special Education
Telephone: (270) 753-9176                  3231 Alexander Hall
                                           Murray, Kentucky 42071-3340
                                           Telephone: (270) 809-4669



Education:

Graduate School

1983      Ph.D., Educational Administration, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale,
          Illinois
          Dissertation: “A Study of Public Law 94-142 as Viewed by School
          Superintendents”

1973      Specialist, Educational Administration, Southern Illinois University,
          Edwardsville, Illinois
          Dissertation: “Pupil Rights in a Changing Judicial Environment – An Update
          of School Law Decisions – 1970-1971”

1970      M.S., Educational Administration, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale,
          Illinois

Undergraduate School

1967      B.S., Chemistry/Biology, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky

Second Masters

1998      M.S., Industrial Technology, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
              Concentration in the areas of industrial training and development

Professional Certifications:
2003 Certified Facilitator of The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Training
     Program
    Certified to facilitate Seven Habits Training Workshops to businesses and
     industries in Murray State Universities Service “Territory” that have no more than
     300 full-time and part-time employees in the entire organization.
          o These organizations include local non-profit organizations, school
            districts, trade schools, and community colleges located within the Murray
            State University Service Territory.

1996 Illinois Chief School Business Official Certificate
    Completed State Approved Program for the Chief School Business Official
      Administrative K-14

1977 Kentucky Professional Certificate for School Administration and Supervision
    Endorsement for Secondary Principal Grades 7-12
    Endorsement for School Superintendent

1973 Illinois Administrative K-12 Superintendent Certificate
    K-12 Administrative and Illinois Superintendent Endorsement License

1970 Illinois Administrative K-14 Administrative Certificate
    K-14 Administrative and Illinois General Administrative Endorsement and
      License

1967 Kentucky High School Grades 7-12 Teaching Certificate
    Majors of Chemistry and Biology

1967 Illinois High School Grades 6-12 Teaching Certificate
    Majors of Chemistry and Biology

Professional Positions and Experience:
August 2001 – Present
Murray State University, College of Education, Department of Adolescent, Career
and Special Education
 Visiting Assistant Professor 2001 – 2002
 Assistant Professor 2002 - Present

1999-April 2001
K-12 Education Account Representative, Johnson Controls, Inc., Peoria, Illinois
 Cracker Barrel Session presentation on performance contracting at the Illinois School
   Board Association Conference in Chicago, Illinois.

1998-1999
Business Manager, Touched by Design Interiors, Bloomington, Illinois
 Responsible for financial operations of family owned (home based with Internet site)
   window and wall covering business.
1996-1998
Graduate Student and Research Assistant, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
 Course work in the Applied Computer Science and the Industrial Technology
   Departments.
 Computer expertise in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.
 3.9/4.0 grade point average in Industrial Technology M.S. program.
 Responsible for five Industrial Technology Departmental questionnaires under the
   direction of Dr. Custer and Dr. Brauchle.
 Professional Practice, Homeshield Fabricated Products, Chatsworth, Illinois.
           o Quality control internship performing capability studies on manufacturing
               operations.
           o Investigating present procedures for the quality control department.
           o Trouble shooting manufacturing quality related problems.
           o Recommending changes in current procedures to obtain more efficient
               operations.
           o Involvement in basic engineering related activities pertaining to the
               quality control department.

   Student Internship, State Farm Insurance Companies, Bloomington, Illinois.
          o Director of project team at Corporate Headquarters.
          o Responsible for developing a long-distance delivery system enabling
              usability studies to be conducted from a remote location.

1995-1996
Visiting Professor, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois.
  School law professor in the Educational Administration and Foundations
     Department.
  Taught school law, personnel administration, and collective bargaining to graduate
     students.
  Composed and graded doctoral level comprehensive exam questions in school law.
  Student discipline presentation for the Illinois Principal Association.

1993-1995
Superintendent of Schools, Paxton-Buckley-Loda Community Unit School District,
Paxton, Illinois
 Developed a district-wide policy manual working with a board committee and the
   Illinois Association of School Boards.
 Invested excess funds and budget management of millions of dollars of school funds.

1984-1993
Superintendent of Schools, Odell School District, Odell Illinois
 Successfully helped pass three tax referenda during nine years of service to the
   district.
1983-1984
Consultant, Marketing Management Corporation of America, Illinois/Kentucky
Region.
 Sold life insurance and enhanced my knowledge in the areas of insurance and
   personal finance.

1981-1983
Graduate Assistant, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.
 Taught Education 303, School and Society, a required course for teachers in the
   Southern Illinois University Teacher Education department.

1979-1981
Superintendent of Schools, Johnston City Unit School District, Johnston City,
Illinois.
 Negotiated the I.E.A. teacher contract and the custodian union contract during my
     first year of employment.
 Responsible for the final construction phases of the new Washington Grade School
     building.

1977-1979
Principal, Jersey Community High School, Jerseyville, Illinois.
 Responsible for a new construction and remodeling project of four million dollars
   funded by the local school district and the Illinois Capital Development Board.

1973-1977
Principal, Momence High School, Momence, Illinois.
 Worked successfully in a school plagued by racial tension.

1970-1973
Principal, Sandoval High School, Sandoval, Illinois.
 Implemented a strong student discipline program as requested by the board upon
   employment.

1967-1970
Chemistry and Science Teacher, DuQuoin High School, DuQuoin, Illinois.
 Implemented a new Introductory Physical Science program.

Courses Taught:
   Undergraduate Courses:
    o EDU 103 - Issues and Practices of American Education – Murray State University
    o EDU 303 – Strategies of Teaching –Murray State University
    o EDU 403 – Structures and Foundations in Education – Murray State University
    o EDU 405 – Evaluation and Measurement in Education – Murray State University
    o MID 371 – Laboratory in Teaching Mathematics: Middle School – Murray State
      University
    o MID 372 – Laboratory in Teaching Science: Middle School – Murray State
      University
    o EDU 303 – School and Society – Southern IL University at Carbondale, IL

Graduate Courses:
 SED 650 – Special Education Administration – Murray State University
 EAF 478 – Legal Bases of Education – Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois
 EAF 486 – Personnel Administration – Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois
 EAF 000 – Collective Bargaining – Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois

Student Teacher Supervision:
 Supervised public school student teachers in Western Kentucky
      o 2000 - Present

Publications:
National Refereed:
 Koenecke, W. & DeBella, J (2008). Hooking physics up with physical education.
   Journal of physics teacher education online. 4(4), 3-6.

   Koenecke, W. & Kroehler, S. (2007). Retiring (well) on a teacher’s salary –
    5principles to practice now. New Teacher Advocate (Kappa Delta Pi). 15(1), 10-11.

   Koenecke, W., DeBella, & Kem, L. (2007). “The healthy advisor” Academic
    Advisor Today. 30(4).

   Koenecke, W., DeBella, J., DeBella, T., Hanson, J., & Lough, T. (2007). “Grumbling
      about grammar: encouraging educators to be concise communicators.” The
      Journal for the Liberal Arts & Sciences. 11(3), 47-51.

   Koenecke, W. (2006). “Over 50 ways to help students score well on high
       stakes exams.” The Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences. 11(2), 12-15.

State Refereed:
 Koenecke, W., Cook, C., DeBella, J., Faulkner, S., & Settle, J. (2007). “Advancing
      middle level education in Kentucky: remembering our history, making a
      commitment to the future.” Kentucky Middle School Journal. 8(1), 6-11.

National Non-refereed:
 Koenecke, W. (1986). “A study of public law 94-142 as viewed by school
      superintendents.” ERIC Clearing House on Educational Management: University
      of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

   Koenecke, W. (1979). Student government day: rub-a-dub, 64 students in a
       hubbub – the mayor, the assessor, the water meter reader. The Student
       Advocate: National Association of Secondary School Principals.
State Non-refereed:
 Koenecke, W. (1983). “Administrative tasks and public law 94-142.” Southern
        Illinois University Press: Carbondale, Illinois.

   Koenecke, W. (1973). “Pupil rights in a changing judicial environment – an
       update of school law decisions – 1970-1971.” Illinois Principal: Illinois
       Principal’s Association.

Presentations:
National Presentations:
 Koenecke, W. (2007, March/April). It’s Not Too Early: Finding Tomorrow’s
   Science Teachers Today. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association
   Conference, St. Louis, MO.

   Koenecke, W., Youngblood, L., & Jones, K. (2007, March/April). Using Multiple
    Intelligence Activities to Meet Science Core Content Standards. Presented at the
    National Science Teachers Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

   Koenecke, W., Kem, L., & Irwin, J. (2006, April). Using Gardner’s Multiple
    Intelligences to ensure that No Child is Left Behind. Presented at the National
    Science Teachers Association Conference, Anaheim, CA.

   Koenecke, W., Moore, B. (2005, March/April). Student Chapter Poster Sessions
    Share-a-Thon. Presented at the National Science Teachers Association Conference,
    Dallas, TX.

   Koenecke, W., Lough, T. & others. (2005, March/April). The Do’s and Don’ts of
    Student Chapter Development. Presented at the National Science Teachers
    Association Conference, Dallas, TX.

   Koenecke, W., Lough, T.. & Cothran, K. (2004, April). It’s Not Too Early: Finding
    Tomorrow’s Science Teachers Today. Presented at the National Science Teachers
    Association Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Regional Presentations:
 Koenecke, W. & Jones, K. (2005, December). It’s Not Too Early – Finding
   Tomorrow’s Science Teachers Today. Presented at the National Science Teachers
   Southern Regional Conference, Nashville, TN.

State Presentations:
 Koenecke, W., Kem, L., & DeBella, J. (2006, November). A Healthy Science
   Teacher – Mind and Body. Presented at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association
   Conference, Lexington, KY.
   Koenecke, W. & DeBella, J. (2006, October). Using Physical Education Principles
    to Teach the Laws of Physics. Presented at the Kentucky Association of Teacher
    Educators Conference, Georgetown, KY.

   Koenecke, W., Kem, L., & Irwin, J. (2005, November). Using Gardner’s Multiple
    Intelligences in Science. Presented at the Kentucky Science Teachers Association
    Conference, Lexington, KY.

Local Presentations:
 Koenecke, W. (2004, April). Panel moderator. Dean’s Lecture on Multicultural
   Education: Brown v. Board of Education Fifty Years Later. College of Education,
   Murray State University.

   Koenecke, W. & Murphy, J. (2003, March). Project Open Doors. Presented at the
    2nd Annual Multicultural, Class, and Gender Studies Conference, Murray State
    University.

   Koenecke, W., Lough, T., Murphy, J., & Gierhart, G. (2003, October). October Sky:
    In Celebration of Aviation and Space Exploration. Regents Residential College
    Presentation, Murray State University.

   Koenecke, W., Murphy, J., Velez, H., Medina, J. & Bodevin, L. (2003, September).
    Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration: Hispanic/Latino Film Festival. Regents
    Residential College Presentation, Murray State University.

Funded Grants/Projects:
       Dean’s Mini-grant
           o Spring 2007
           o Writing and Publishing Workshop presented by Dr. Kenneth Henson
           o $2,000

       Dean’s Mini-grant
           o Spring 2006
           o Writing and Publishing Workshop presented by Dr. Kenneth Henson
           o $2,000

       Phi Delta Kappa Regional Grant
            o Spring 2006
            o Writing and Publishing Workshop presented by Dr. Kenneth Henson
            o $1,000

       Dean’s Mini-grant
           o Spring 2006
           o Collaborative grant with Tom Lough and Lee Kem that enabled MSU
               student members of NSTA to attend and participate in the NSTA National
               Conference in Anaheim, CA during March/April of 2006
           o $2,000



       Dean’s Mini-grant
           o Spring 2005
           o Collaborative grant with Tom Lough that enabled MSU student members
               of NSTA to attend and participate in the NSTA National Conference in
               Dallas, TX during March/April of 2005
           o $2,000

Professional Memberships:
   Association For Supervision and Curriculum Development
   Kentucky Science Teachers Association
   National Science Teachers Association
   Kentucky Academy of Science
   Kentucky Middle School Association
   National Middle School Association
   Phi Delta Kappa International, Murray State University Chapter
    o Murray State University Chapter President, 2005-2009
    o Foundation Representative, 2004-2005
   Text and Academic Authors Association

Professional Services:
National:
    Science textbook reviewer for Sage Publishing
       o August 2004
State:
 Kentucky Science Methods University/College Instructors Meeting
       o Kentucky State Board of Education
       o May 2003-May 2008

   Phi Delta Kappa Wal-Mart Kentucky State Teacher of the Year Program
        o Selection Committee 2005-2006
        o Selection Committee 2006-2007

College:
 Co-advisor for the student chapter of the National Science Teachers Association
       o August 2002-May 2008

   Comprehensive graduate examination reading team
      o Fall and spring semesters 2003-2008

   Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Workshop
       o Fall semester 2004
       o Presented to College of Education Professors



Local:
 Professional Discussion Group moderator for Murray Middle School – Seven Habits
   of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
       o Fall 2003

University Service:
   Pope County, Illinois Schools Roads Scholars Team
       o O. L. Robertson, Team Captain
       o 2005-2008

   White Residential College
      o Helped students and parents move-in to residential college
      o 2002-2008

   Committees:
      o University:
          Service Learning Committee
          2004-2006

       o College:
          Phi Delta Kappa Murray State University Chapter President
                o 2005 – Present

              NCATE Standard VI - Unit Governance and Resources
                 o 2002 – 2008

              Middle School Program Coordinator
                  o 2005 – 2008

              Curriculum Materials Center Committee
                  o 2005 – 2008

              Phi Delta Kappa Murray State University Chapter Foundation Chair
                   o 2004 – 2005

              Multicultural Education Committee
                 o 2003-2005

       o Department:
          A.S.C. Departmental Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
            o 2005-2008
              Chair of middle school math/science instructor search committee
               o 2006-2007


              Chair of middle school English/communications instructor search
               committee
               o 2006-2007

Awards Received:
   Raymond Foster Award, Outstanding Graduate Student, Educational Administration,
    Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois
    o 1983

   Who’s Who in American Education
    o 1989-90 edition

Community Affiliations and Interests:
   Former president of Momence Lions Club
    o Momence, Illinois
        1975 – 1976

   Public Library Board of Directors
    o Momence, Illinois
    o 1974 – 1975

   Rotary Club
    o Paxton, Illinois
    o 1993-1995

   Lions Clubs
    o Sandoval, Momence, Jerseyville, Johnston City, and Odell, Illinois
        1979 – 1995
    o Murray, Kentucky
        2005 – 2008

   Member of various church administrative boards
    o Sandoval, Momence, Jerseyville, Johnston City, Paxton, and Normal, Illinois
       1979-2001
    o Murray, Kentucky
       2007 – Present

   Co-chairman of the Finance and Pastor/Parish Committees of the Morningstar United
    Methodist Church
        Normal, Illinois
          o 1999 – 2000
   President of the Graduate Student Organization in Educational Administration
    o Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Illinois
    o 1982 – 1983

   Collector of antique clocks
    o 1980 – Present

   Tau Kappa Epsilon social fraternity, Murray State University, Zeta Chi Chapter
    o 1964 - 1967

				
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