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					                                   CURRICULUM VITA


A. James English Jr.                              Phone: (757) 423 - 7154 H
408 Burleigh Avenue                                      (757) 683 - 6010 W
Norfolk, VA 23505                                        e-mail: jenglish@odu.edu

EDUCATION
    Degrees

      B.Sc. Biological Sciences. June 1969, Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pennsylvania.

      Graduate Work toward M.U.S. in Urban Studies/Environmental Planning, 1973 -1974,
      Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

      M.Sc. Community Health Education with an Emphasis in Environmental Health, May,
      1982, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

      Doctoral Studies in Urban Health Services 1988 -1990, Old Dominion University,
      Norfolk, Virginia.

      Continuing Education

      "The State of the Art: Where is Environmental Health". National Environmental Health
      Association Educational Conference, Cleveland, Ohio, June 25 - 30, 1988.

      "The Decade of the Nineties... A Time for Change". National Environmental Health
      Association Educational Conference, Seattle, Washington, June 24 - 29, 1989.

      First United States Conference on Municipal Solid Waste Management: Solutions for the
      90's. The United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Solid Waste,
      Washington D.C., June 13 - 16, 1990

      "Countdown 2000: An Environmental Odyssey". National Environmental Health
      Association Educational Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina, June 23 - 28, 1990.

      Pollution Prevention through Waste Minimization. National Environmental Health
      Association Educational Conference, Denver, Colorado, February 9 - 12, 1992.

      Networking: Together We Succeed. International Environmental Health Educational
      Conference, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, July 11 - 15, 1992.

      Protecting Our Nations Waters. National Environmental Health Association Educational
      Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, September 27 - 30, 1992. Served as Conference
      Chairman.


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     The Quiet Revolution. Advancing The Environmental Profession. National
     Environmental Health Association Educational Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 26 -
     30, 1993.

     Take the Trail Toward Advancement. National Environmental Health Association
     Educational Conference, Fort Worth, Texas, June 18 - 22, 1994

     Ergonomics. The Johns Hopkins Summer Institute School of Public Health and Hygiene,
     Baltimore Md., June 3 - 14, 1996

     Musculoskeletal Disorders of the Workplace. The Johns Hopkins Summer Institute
     School of Public Health and Hygiene, Baltimore Md., June 3 - 14, 1996.


PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE

     Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS), by the National Environmental
     Health Association, September 1992.

     Diplomate, American Academy of Sanitarians Inc.

WORK EXPERIENCE

     Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

            1988 - Present: Director and Assistant Professor for Programs in Environmental
            Health, School of Community and Environmental Health, College of Health
            Sciences. Serve as principle administrator and Chief Departmental Advisor for the
            Environmental Health Program. Responsible for curriculum development,
            recruitment, teaching, and assessment of a nationally accredited environmental
            health program at both the undergraduate and graduate academic levels. Serve as
            academic assessment officer for the Department and ex-officio of the
            Environmental Health Advisory Committee.

            2000 - present Promoted to Associate Professor.

            1997 - present: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School,
            School of Public Health

     Eastern Virginia Medical School, Graduate Program in Public Health, Norfolk, Virginia

            1999 – present: Teaching faculty for core course in Principles of Environmental
            Health. Serve on Department Committees.




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    Norfolk Department of Public Health

           1982-1988: Deputy Director, Norfolk Department of Public Health; Director,
           Bureau of Environmental Health Services. Responsible for all programs and
           activities in Environmental Health within the city of Norfolk. Manager of seventy
           people and an annual 1.5 million dollar operating budget.

           1976-1982: Head, Division of Environmental Health Education and Training,
           Bureau of Environmental Health Services, Norfolk Health Department.
           Responsible for all training and educational activities of staff and community.

           1974-1976: Sanitarian, Bureau of Environmental Health, Norfolk Health
           Department. Responsible for field level management of Environmental Health
           Programs and Activities.

    United States Navy

           1969-1973: Dental Technician, U. S. Navy

    Additional Adjunct Employment

           1982-1988: Guest Lecturer Environmental Health Curriculum Classes, ODU

           1984-1988: Adjunct Instructor, Johnson & Wales College, VA Division, Norfolk,
           VA Culinary Arts College. Taught Sanitation Management and Foodservice
           Facilities Planning.

           1986-1988: Student Academic Counselor and Weekend Administrator, Johnson
           & Wales College, VA Division, Norfolk, VA.


PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

    Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia

           2006 – present Old Dominion University Presidents Environmental Advisory
           Committee

           1992 - 1996 Presidential Appointment to the University Task Force - Nature
           Conservancy and the Eastern Shore.

           1993 - 1996 Presidential Appointment to the Campus
           Committee on Environmental Literacy in response to the Talloires Declaration.


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       1995 - 1996 Appointment to the Urban Summit Planning Committee,
       Appointed by the Office of the Provost.


Norfolk Clean Community Commission

       1989 - 1995: Appointed by the Mayor of the City of Norfolk and approved by the
       City Council to serve as a Commissioner on the Norfolk Clean Community
       Commission. Currently serve as Vice - Chairman of the Commission and an
       responsible for oversight of the Committees on Recycling, Education and
       Business/Industry.

Norfolk Environmental Commission

       1995 - present: Appointed by the Mayor of the City of Norfolk and approved by
       the City Council to serve as a Commissioner on the Norfolk Environmental
       Commission. Served as Vice - Chairman of the Commission from 1995 - 1997.
       Chair of the Environmental Assessment Committee.

       1997 - present: Chairman of the Norfolk Environmental Commission

Elizabeth River Project

       1994 - 1995: Appointed by the Board of Directors to the Science and Technical
       Comparative Risk Program Committee

Hoffler Creek Wildlife Foundation

       1997 – present: Appointed to the Board of Directors as a member in 1997.
       Secretary of the Board (2000 – 2002)
       President of the Board (2002 – present)

Friends of Norfolk’s Environment (Founding Member)
       1999 – present: Appointed to Board of Director’s

Norfolk Turning Point Partnership

       Member 1999 – present
       Member, Environmental Area of Inquiry Committee 1999 – present.

Norfolk Public Health Advisory Board, appointed by Norfolk City Council.
       Member January 2004 – present.




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                                 SCHOLARSHIP

BOOKS PUBLISHED

         *AJ. English et al. “A Primer of Environmental Health for Local Boards of
         Health”. Published by The National Association of Local Boards of Health, the
         Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs and the Centers for
         Disease Control. December 2001.

         Allen, Dwight, A. James English, Thomas Allen, Ann Swartz-Miller, Christine
         Drake, Mudje Urten-Ertal, Richard Whittecar, Roseann Runte, Steve Corson and .
         Terri Mathews. NewPage: New Portals to Appreciating Our Global Environment
         Pearson Publishing, 2005.

PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS

         Recycling Centers on Campus - The Story of a Successful Campaign, National
         Environmental Health Association Educational Conference, 4th Annual
         International Faculty Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Seattle,
         Washington, June 26, 1989. A. J. English.

         Keys to Building Strong Active Environmental Health Clubs, International
         Environmental Health Educational Conference, 7th Annual International Faculty
         Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, July 15,
         1992. A.J. English.

         Assessment of Academic Achievement of Environmental Health Students,
         International Environmental Health Educational Conference, 7th Annual
         International Faculty Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Winnipeg,
         Manitoba, Canada, July 15, 1992. A. J. English.

         Faculty Commitment to Professional Student Clubs, Association of Schools of
         Allied Health Professions Annual Educational Conference, Orlando, Florida,
         November 20, 1992. A. J. English.

         Animal Bite Reporting Behavior Patterns in a Rabies Epidemic Area vs. a
         Nonepidemic Area. National Environmental Health Association Annual
         Educational Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 28, 1993. A. J. English.

         Investigation Of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks Using a Modified HACCP



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          Approach, National Environmental Health Association Annual Educational
          Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 29, 1993. A. J. English.

          Waterborne Disease Outbreaks: A Continuing Global Problem, National
          Environmental Health Association Annual Educational Conference, Orlando,
          Florida, June 30, 1993. A. J. English.

          English, AJ and Joyce Gaver and Sara Snyder. A Solid Waste Characteristic Study
          of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Bases of the US Navy. College of Health Science
          Research Day. March 2004.

          English, AJ and Sara Snyder. Conducting a Boater Education Program conducted
          with the Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission and Virginia
          Department of Health. College of Health Science Research Day. March 2004.


POSTER PRESENTATIONS

          Measuring Academic Achievement of Environmental Health Seniors: Results of a
          Four Year Study, Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Annual
          Educational Conference, Galveston, Texas, October 28, 1993. A. J. English
          *Poster won Deans Award for excellence.

          Monitoring of Recreational Waters in the City of Norfolk. College of Health
          Science Research Day. March 1998. D. Carey (graduate student), A. J. English.

          An Assessment of Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors of Norfolk’s Citizens
          regarding their Environment. Virginia Public Health Association annual
          conference. November 1999. A. J. English

          The Norfolk Environmental Concern Survey of 1999 – 2000, The Norfolk
          Turning Point Partnership. College of Health Science Research Day, March 2001.
          B. Bridgeman (graduate student), W.E. Luttrell, and A. J. English.

          English, AJ and Joyce Gaver and Sara Snyder. A Solid Waste Characteristic Study
          of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Bases of the US Navy. College of Health Science
          Research Day. March 2004.

          English, AJ and Sara Snyder. Conducting a Boater Education Program conducted
          with the Hampton Roads Sanitation District Commission and Virginia
          Department of Health. College of Health Science Research Day. March 2004.

          English, AJ and Dwight Allen, Thomas Allen, Ann Swartz-Miller, Christine
          Drake, Mudje Urten-Ertal, Richard Whittecar, Roseann Runte, Steve Corson and .
          Terri Mathews. “NEWPAGE: The History, Development and


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         Implementation of a Multi-Disciplinary Course on Portals to Appreciating
         Our Global Environment for all freshman entering Old Dominion University,”
         ODU/EVMS/NSU Research Exposition. March 2006.

         The Air We Breathe: A Newport News case study. Melissa Stoudt, Jude Taylor-
         Fishwick, M.Sc., James English, M.S., Sathish Sathiyanesan, Dept of
         Environmental Health, Old Dominion University. Poster Presentation at National
         Environmental Health Association Annual Educational Conference, Jun 2007,
         Atlantic City, NJ. and ODU Research Expo, March 2007, Norfolk, VA.(Poster
         won 1st Place.)

SUBMITTED ABSTRACTS

         Assessing Academic Achievement of Environmental Health Seniors: Results of a
         Five Year Longitudinal Study, National Environmental Health Association,
         March 1994.

         English, AJ. A Solid Waste Characterization Study of the Mid-Atlantic Regional
         Bases of the United States Navy Conducted by an EHAC Accredited University
         Environmental Health Program's Undergraduate and Graduate Students. Accepted
         for presentation at the National Environmental Health Associations Annual
         Education Conference. June 2005. Providence RI.

         English, AJ with D. Allen et.al. The Development and Implementation of a Multi-
         Disciplinary Course on Portals to Appreciating Our Global Environment that is
         Mandatory for all Incoming Freshman Entering Old Dominion University.
         Accepted for presentation at the National Environmental Health Associations
         Annual Education Conference. June 2005. Providence RI.

MAJOR PRESENTATIONS

         Special Problems in Food Protection: Incorporating HACCP into Regulatory
         Programs, Conference on Special Problems in Food Service, North Carolina
         Department of Human Resources, Division of Health Services in cooperation with
         the FDA, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, August 15, 1988. A. J.
         English.

         Recycling Centers on Campus - The Story of a Successful Campaign, National
         Environmental Health Association Educational Conference, 4th Annual
         International Faculty Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Seattle,
         Washington, June 26, 1989. A. J. English.

         Professional Ethics, Legal Responsibilities and Legal Liabilities of the
         Environmental Health Professional, Virginia Environmental Health Association
         Annual Educational Conference, Fairfax, Virginia, September 19, 1990.


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A.J.English.

Keys to Building Strong Active Environmental Health Clubs, International
Environmental Health Educational Conference, 7th Annual International Faculty
Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, July 15,
1992. A.J. English.


Assessment of Academic Achievement of Environmental Health Students,
International Environmental Health Educational Conference, 7th Annual
International Faculty Forum of Environmental Health Faculty, Winnipeg,
Manitoba, Canada, July 15, 1992. A. J. English.

Protecting Our Nations Waters: Clean Water vs. Safe Drinking Water, Part of the
Solution or Part of the Problem, National Environmental Health Association
Educational Conference: Protecting Our Nations Waters, Norfolk, Virginia,
September 30, 1992. Member of the Panel Forum Group, A. J. English.

Legislative Issues in Public Health, Virginia Public Health Association Annual
Educational Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, October 22, 1992. Member of
Panel Forum Group, A. J. English.

Faculty Commitment to Professional Student Clubs, Association of Schools of
Allied Health Professions Annual Educational Conference, Orlando, Florida,
November 20, 1992. A. J. English.

Epidemiological Investigation of Diseases Associated with Food Additives,
Virginia Conference of the Central Atlantic States Association of Food and Drug
Officials, Virginia Beach, Virginia, December 4, 1992. A.J. English*

Food Additives and their Toxicological Effects, Virginia Conference of the
Central Atlantic States Association of Food and Drug Officials, Virginia Beach,
Virginia, December 4, 1992. A. J. English*

Garbage Management and The New Three R's, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle,
Women’s Club of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Virginia, March 5, 1993. A.J.
English*

Law and the Environmental Health Practitioner, Virginia Environmental Health
Association Educational Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, April 16, 1993. A.
J. English.*

Animal Bite Reporting Behavior Patterns in a Rabies Epidemic Area vs. a Non-
epidemic Area. National Environmental Health Association Annual Educational
Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 28, 1993. A. J. English.


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        Investigation Of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks Using a Modified HACCP
        Approach, National Environmental Health Association Annual Educational
        Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 29, 1993. A. J. English.*

        Waterborne Disease Outbreaks: A Continuing Global Problem, National
        Environmental Health Association Annual Educational Conference, Orlando,
        Florida, June 30, 1993. A. J. English.

        Foodborne Illnesses of the 90's, Association for Practitioners in Infection Control,
        Fairfax, Virginia, September 24, 1993. A. J. English.*

        What happens if you fall in? What happens if you eat the fish? The Elizabeth
        River Project Conference on "A River At Risk", Yorktown, Virginia, March 19,
        1994. A. J. English.*

        Attacking Urban Blight and Environmental Crime: The Norfolk Experience. The
        United States Conference of Mayors/Keep America Beautiful Conference, Tampa,
        Florida, October, 1999. Presented at the request of the Mayor of Norfolk. A. J.
        English*

        Availability of Environmental Health Programs in the State of Virginia from Old
        Dominion University. Virginia Environmental Health Association Annual
        Educational Conference. Blacksburg. Va. October, 2000. A. J. English.

        Food Safety and the Role of the Local Board of Health. The National Association
        of Local Boards of Health, Raleigh, North Carolina, July 26, 2000. A.J. English.*

        Food Safety Training Needs for Local Boards of Health. The National Association
        of Local Boards of Health, Cleveland, Ohio, July 17, 2001. A.J. English.*

        What should Local Boards of Health know about Food Safety. The Virginia
        Environmental Health Association Annual Education Conference. Virginia Beach,
        Va. October 2001. A.J.English*

        English, AJ, A Solid Waste Characterization Study of the Mid-Atlantic Regional
        Bases of the United States Navy Conducted by an EHAC Accredited University
        Environmental Health Program's Undergraduate and Graduate Students. Virginia
        Environmental Health Association’s Educational Conference. April 15th, 2005.
        Norfolk, VA.

        *INVITED

GRANTS AWARDED




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         A. J. English (PI). Campus Waste Minimization Study.
         Old Dominion University, Office of Environmental Health and Safety, Norfolk,
         Virginia, May 1990 - August 1990. $4000.00.

         A. J. English (PI). A Study of Animal Bite Reporting Behavior Patterns in
         Southeastern, Virginia between 1988 and 1991. Old Dominion University,
         College of Health Sciences, Norfolk, Virginia, May 1992 - August 1992.
         $2780.00.

         A. J. English (PI). An Assessment of Environmental Health and Safety Training
         Needs for the Navy Safety Training School, Norfolk, Va. United States Navy
         DOD, Norfolk Va. May 1993 - September 1993. $28,693.00

         A. J. English (PI). A Solid Waste Characterization Study for the United States
         Air Force, Headquarters, Air Combat Command at Langley AFB, Va. Unites
         States Air Force DOD, Langley Va. May 1993 - September 1993.
         $16,040.00

         A.J. English (PI). The Pollution Effects of Pleasure/Work Boat Sewage
         Discharges on Fecal Contamination levels of Waters in and Around Marinas and
         Other Places Where Boats are Moored. November 1993 - August 1994. Nature
         Conservancy/ODU Seed Grant for work on the Eastern Shore and The Norfolk
         Health Department. $6,880.00

         A. J. English (PI). An Assessment of Norfolk's Citizens Regarding Their
         Knowledge, Attitude and Behavior about Norfolk's Environment. November
         1996. In Collaboration with the Norfolk Environmental Commission.

         A. J. English (PI). A Solid Waste Characterization Study for the Regional
         Environmental Command, United States Navy, Norfolk, Va. October 2001 – June
         2002. $49,500.00

GRANTS APPROVED, NOT FUNDED

         L. Rettie (PD), D. Bauman, G. Gresetti, F. Coleman, J. English. "Allied Health
         Project Grant" Center for Advancement and Learning Assistance. Submitted to
         the U.S Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service,
         Rockville, Maryland, March 11, 1991. Funding requested $268,543.00, duration -
         3 years. Approved, not funded.

         C. Helvie (CoPI), J. English (CoPI). Identification of the Community Needs the
         Lancaster County (Virginia) Chapter of the American Red Cross has lead
         responsibility in addressing. Dupont Foundation, Wilmington, Delaware,
         September, 1992. Duration 1 year. $7480.00. Approved, not funded.




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         R. Leinbach (CoPI), J. English (CoPI), S. Glover (CoPI).
         Training Grant: Development and Implementation of An Infection Control Course
         for Practitioners In Long Term Care Facilities. Submitted to the Retirement
         Research Foundation, Chicago, Illinois, August 1, 1993. Funding requested
         $126,168.00, duration 18 months.

         J. English (PI), AIHA University Fellowship Award. Submitted to American
         Industrial Hygiene Association, Fairfax, Virginia, March 3, 1997. Funding
         requested $7160.00 duration 1 year.

         J. English (CoPI) and E. Venso (CoPI). Using Environmental Health as an
         Integrated Learning Context in Middle Schools with Smoking as an Integrative
         Theme. Submitted to the NIEHS, Charlotte, N.C., December, 1999. Funding
         requested $1.7 million, duration 7 years.

GRANTS SUBMITTED

         L. Rettie (CoPI), J. English (CoPI), S. Glover (CoPI).
         Training Grant: Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety Training
         Courses. Submitted to the Naval Safety School, Norfolk, Virginia, January 20,
         1994. Funding requested $789,080.00, duration 12 months.

         J. English (PI). A Study of the Total Municipal Solid Waste Steam of
         Northampton County, Virginia. Submitted to the Northampton County Board of
         Supervisors in cooperation with the Virginia Coastal Reserve and the Nature
         Conservancy, February 28, 1994. Funding requested $50.972.00, duration 3
         months.

         J. English (PI). Boater Education Program. Submitted the Virginia Department
         of Public Health, Division of Wastewater Engineering, June 28, 1995. Funding
         requested, $26,530.00, duration 3 months.

         J. English (CoPI), R. Handy (CoPI). An Occupational History Exposure Registry
         Program. Submitted cooperatively with SURA/CEBAF, Accelerator Division to
         the Department of Health and Human Services, US Public Health Service, June
         29, 1995. Funding requested, $1,193,352.00, duration, three years.

         R. Handy (CoPI), J. English (CoPI). Computer - Integration of Environmental
         Sampling and Analysis Instumentation: An Enhancement of Secondary Scholl
         Science Teacher Computer Competencies in Virginia. Submitted to the USEPA,
         December 15, 1995. Funding requested $8,270.00, duration 24 months.

         J. English (PI). American Industrial Hygiene Association University Fellowship
         Award (1996-1997). Submitted to the American Industrial Hygiene Foundation,
         February 29, 1996. Funding requested $7,160.00, duration 12 months.


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         J. English(PI). John Hopkins Summer Institute in Environmental Health Sciences
         with emphasis in Occupational Ergonomics and Musculoskeletal Disorders.
         Submitted to the Old Dominion University, College of Health Sciences, March
         29, 1996. Funding requested $2780.00. Duration 2 weeks.

         S. Tuwari (PI), J. English (CoPI) et al. Mid-Atlantic Center for Environmental
         Health and Infectious Disease Surveillance. Submitted to Regional Earth Science
         Applications Center, NASA, Washington DC, July 7th,1998. Funding requested
         $2.6 million, duration 3 years

         K. Lofkin (PI), J. English (CoPI) et al. Designing a Model Oral Cancer Prevention
         and Detection Program in Virginia. March 2001.Submitted to NIH. Funding
         requested $300,000.00. Duration 3 years.

         J. English (PI), J. Reed (CoPI). Hoffler Creek Wildlife Preserve Baseline Water
         Resources Monitoring Program. Submitted to VWRRC. March 27th, 2000.
         Funding requested $50,000.00 duration 2 years.

         J. English (CoPI), R. Jacobs (CoPI). Environmental Health issues at Special
         Events. March 2001. Submitted to Association of Teachers of Preventive
         Medicine. Funding requested $100,000.00. Duration 1 year.

         Erten-Utal, M, (CoPI), AJ English (CoPI) et al. Assessment of NewPage a
         Mandatory Course on the Global Environmental for Incoming Freshmen at ODU.
         In collaboration with the Darden College of Education. To EPA. January 2004.
         $100,000.00

MANUSCRIPTS PUBLISHED

         Leinbach, Raymond M. and English, A. James (1993), Training Needs Of
         Infection Control Practitioners In Long-Term Care Facilities In Virginia, in
         American Journal of Infection Control, April 1995 Volume 23, Number 2, pgs.
         73-77

         English, A. James (1994), Indoor Air Pollution: A Primer for the Dental
         Hygienist, in the Dental Hygienist News, Spring 1995, Vol. 8, No.2, pgs.10-11.*

         Stuck, Mary and A. James English (1998), Comparison of Positive Screening and
         Confirmatory Results from Federally Mandated Drug testing of Urine, in
         Professional Safety, December, 1998.

BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED

         *J. English. “Food Safety” in A Primer of Environmental Health for Local Boards


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          of Health. Published by The National Association of Local Boards of Health, the
          Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs and the Centers for
          Disease Control. December 2001.

          Allen, Dwight, A. James English, Thomas Allen, Ann Swartz-Miller, Christine
          Drake, Mudje Urten-Ertal, Richard Whittecar, Roseann Runte, Steve Corson and
          Terri Mathews.NewPage: New Portals to Appreciating Our Global Environment,
          Pearson Publishing, 2005. Chapters published
                     Environmental Programs and Initiatives on the Campus of Old
                        Dominion University
                     Human Health and Environmental Hazards
                     Water Pollution and Human Health

          Allen, Dwight, A. James English, Thomas Allen, Ann Swartz-Miller, Christine
          Drake, Mudje Urten-Ertal, Richard Whittecar, Roseann Runte, Steve Corson and
          Terri Mathews.NewPage: New Portals to Appreciating Our Global Environment,
          Pearson Publishing, 2nd Edition, 2007. Chapters published
                     Environmental Programs and Initiatives on the Campus of Old
                        Dominion University
                     Human Health and Environmental Hazards
                     Water Pollution and Human Health


          * invited

MANUSCRIPTS SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION

          English, A. James (1994), Academic Assessment of Graduating Environmental
          Health Seniors: The Results of a Four Year Longitudinal Study, to The Journal of
          Environmental Health.

MANUSCRIPTS IN PROGRESS

          J. English. A Training Manual in Food Safety for Local Board of Health for The
          National Association of Local Boards of Health, the Association of
          Environmental Health Academic Programs and the Centers for Disease Control.
          Publishing date 2002.

PERSONAL RESEARCH (NONGRANT) IN PROGRESS

          Animal Bite Reporting Behavior Patterns (Continued Study).

          Environmental Health Hazards in Child Care Facilities.

          Methodologies of Foodborne Disease Investigative Procedures.



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           Infection Control Practices in Long Term Care Facilities.

TEACHING

    Courses responsible for teaching each academic year.
    Course                                                     Credits
    Environmental Health                               ENVH 301W        3
    Environmental Health Internship I & II & III       ENVH 403/404/405 3/3/6
    Environmental Health Administration/Law            ENVH 402W/502    3/3
    Communicable Disease Control                       ENVH 420/520     3/3
    Food and Milk Protection                           ENVH 421/521     3/3
    Water and Wastewater Technology                    ENVH 422/522     3/3
    Vector Control                                     ENVH 423/523     3/3
    Residential and Institutional Environment          ENVH 424/524     3/3
    Principles of Ergonomics                           ENVH 440/540     3/3
    Epidemiology and Biostatistics                     ENVH 448/548     3/3
    Topics in Environmental Health                     ENVH 495/595     3/3
    Independent Study in ENVH                          ENVH 498/598     3/3
    Environmental Health Senior Seminar                ENVH 499         1
    Principles of Environmental Health Science         ENVH 600/MPH 606 3
    Graduate Practicum                                 CHP 671          3-6
    Seminar for NewPage Graduate Students.             ECI 795          3
    (Team Member)
    NEWPAGE                                            GEN 101          3
    (Theme Leader: Environmental Hazards and Human Health)

    1988 – present, Certified as Graduate Course Instructor

    Established separate Certificate Programs in Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene and
    Environmental, Health and Safety Management for distance learning sites. 2000.


THESES COMMITTEES

           COMMITTEE MEMBER

           An Assessment of Food Sanitation Knowledge and Practice of Restaurant
           Workers in Taichung City, Taiwan. Shiow - Fu Sheu, for MS Community Health
           Education/Environmental Health, Granted May 1992.

           Validation of a Bag Sampling Methodology for 1, 3 - Butadiene. Lori Eckenrode,
           for MS Community Health Education/Environmental Health, Granted December
           1993.




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          Validation of a Solid Phase Extraction Procedure for Total Hydrocarbon Content
          in ChemCrest 200 Used for Shipboard Piping System Cleaning. R. Allen
          Bradshaw, for MS Community Health Education/Environmental Health, Granted
          December 1993.

          The Pollution Effects of Pleasure/Work Boat sewage Discharges On Fecal
          Contamination Levels of Waters In and Around Marinas and Other Places Where
          Boats Are Moored On The Eastern Shore of Virginia. George H. Bangs, for MS
          Community Health/ Environmental Health, granted December 1994. Served as
          Thesis Director.

          The Effects of Risk Management Program Implementation On Worker Safety
          Knowledge. John C. Donnelly, MS in Community Health/Environmental Health,
          granted December 1995. Served as Thesis Director.

          Comparison of Positive Screening and Confirmatory Results from Federally
          Mandated Drug Testing of Urine. Mary M. Stuck, MS in Community
          Health/Environmental Health, granted August 1996. Served as Thesis Director.

          A Test of an Alternate Calibration Matrix for NIOSH Method 7300. Robert T.
          Vitek, MS in Community Health/Environmental Health, granted August 1996.
          Served as Thesis Director.


          Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)/Hepititis B Virus (HBV) Risk Perception
          Related to Needlestick Injuries at A Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. Ronald
          B. Hartman, MS in Community Health/Environmental Health, granted August
          1996. Served as Thesis Director.

          An Evaluation of Polyermase Chain Reaction in the Detection of Cyclospora
          caytenensis in Spiked Well Water Samples. Patricia Horton Jackson, MS in
          Community Health/Environmental Health. In progress. Serve as Thesis Director


GRADUATE PRACTICUM COMMITTEES (selected)

          Assessment of the Lead Control Project at the Norfolk Public Health Department.
          Keith Maranger, for MS Community Health Education/Environmental Health,
          Granted May 1989.

          A Study of Environmental Enforcement Activities by Various Agencies in the
          City of Norfolk. JoAnne Maxwell, for MS Community Health
          Education/Environmental Health, Granted December 1990.

          A Review of Respiratory Therapy Techniques in reducing Nosocomial


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Pneumonia in an Acute Care Setting. Barbara Lang, for MS Community Health
Education/Environmental Health, Granted December 1992.

Development of A Community Relations Plan for an Installation Being Placed on
the National Priority Listing of Superfund Sites. Leslie Holland, for MS
Community Health Education/Environmental Health, Granted December 1992.

An Evaluation of Occupational Exposure to Cadmium. Melissa Brill for MS in
Community Health/Environmental Health.. Granted December, 1995.

Hampton Roads Sanitation District: PPE Hazard Assessments. Nancy Davis for
MS in Community Health/Environmental Health.. Granted August 1996.

RCRA Closure of Hazardous Waste Storage Facilty LF-38 Norfolk Aviational
Depot Norfolk, Va. David Maynard for MS in Community Health/Environmental
Health. December 1996.

An Administrative Respiratory Protection Program and Written.Operating
Procedure for ECOLOCHEM, Inc.. Joe Schy Standard for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 1996

Development of a Hazardous Communication Program for the Norfolk
Redevelopment and Housing Authority. David Sanders for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 1997.

Exposure Monitoring for Ozone in Ambient monitoring Stations. Paul McCann
for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted August 1997.

Development of a Pollution Prevention Plan and Waste Tracking System for Old
Dominion University. Rachael DeMunda for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted August 1997.

Developing a Laboratory Safety Training Program for Old Dominion University.
Karen Caravas for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted
August 1997.

Health and Safety Training Assessment for the Department of Environmental
Quality, Tidewater Regional Office. John Timmerman for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 1997.

Health and Safety Training Assessment for the Department of Environmental
Quality, Tidewater Regional District. John Timmerman for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 1997.

Noise Survey of Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity, Norfolk, Norfolk


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Naval Shipyard Detachment. Gary Morris for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 1997.

Navy Environmental Health Center: An Analysisof Seven Years of Surveillance
Data 1991 –1997. Jeanette Donald for MS in Community Health/Environmental
Health.. Granted August 1998.

Evaluating Potential Hazards in an Automobile Repair Shop. Sheri Vann for MS
in MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 1998

Interpretation of Industrial Hygiene Sampling Performed at Clariant Corporation
in 1998. Sue Ellen DeManche for MS in Community Health/Environmental
Health. Granted May 1998.

Occupational Exposure to Isocyanates During Spray Painting Operations On
board an Aircraft Carrier. Greg Cook for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 1998.

ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems Audit, Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
Williamsburg, Va. Nikki Tanzer for MS in Community Health/Environmental
Health. Granted May 1998.

Personal Air Monitoring of Occupational Workers to Exposures of
Machining/Metalworking Fluid Oil Mists in an Industrial Setting. Ginger
Edgecombe for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted May
1998

The Effects of Ultraviolet Disinfection on Fecal Coliform at the Chesapeake-
Elizabeth Wastewater Treatment Plant in the HRSD. Lori Resnick for MS in
Community Health/Environmental Health.. Granted December 1998.

Tracking of Hazardous Waste at Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry-dock
Company and the establishment of Satellite Accumulation Areas. Marchel
Hornaman for in MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted May
1999.

Age Related Risk of Occupational Injury in Shipyard Workers, Leslie Gardiner for
MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 1999.

A Program to Provide Post-Exposure Prophylaxis for Occupational HIV
Exposures in a Municipal Organization. James Morris for MS in Community
Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 1999.

Establishing Customized Safety and Health Programs for a Municipality: In
Recognition of the Unique and Diversified Workforce. Dan Hurley for MS in


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Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted May 2000.

The Evaluation of the Chemical Safety and Laboratory Program at VCU/MCV,
Va.. Janelle White for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted
December, 1999.

Then Solution to Pollution is Remediation: The Voluntary Remediation Program
in Virginia. Kim Joyner for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health.
Granted August, 2000.

Risk Analysis in the Transportation of Hazardous Materials Throughout the City
of Norfolk. Mary Jarrett Brown, Jody Jackson and Sheryl Bradford, for MS in
Community Health/Environmental Health. Funded by Norfolk Department of
Health and Local Emergency Planning Committee. Granted December 2000.

Growth of the ARC EH&S Information System. Jennifer Allen
for MS in Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 2001.

Force Medical Protection Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration,
Shipboard Demonstration Test Plan Venue, Jackie Piotrowski for MS in
Community Health/Environmental Health. Granted December 2001.

Rachid Elbadri Lt, MSC, USN, Combination of Observational and Sampling
Approaches to Better Define Similar Exposure Groups: A Study of Three
Construction Battalion Units, August 2002.

Susan George LCDR, MSC, USN, Evaluation of the Hearing Conservation
Program Effectiveness for the Board of Inspection and Survey (INSURV) of the
US Navy, August 2002.

Lourdes Whitehead, Development of a Chemical Hygiene Plan for Ecolochem,
Inc, August 2003.

Tara Joyner, Assessing Differences in the Number of Critical Violations in
Selected High Risk Food Facility’s in Rural and Urban Virginia, May 2003.

Michael Valet, The Human Capital Crisis and its Impact on the US Navy’s
Civilian Safety Professional: A Study in Eight Parts, September, 2003

Mary Alice Gustafson, A Review of Atheon Inc. Systems Integration Group’s
(SIG) existing Virginia Department of Environmental Quality Permit and
Requirements, August 2003.

Carol Afflerbach, Trends in Frequency of Restaurant Inspections, Restaurant Risk
Category and Community Size on Numbers of Critical and Non-critical Violations


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          Reported During Restaurant Inspections in Virginia, October 2004

          James Speckhart, Northrop Grumman Newport News Shipbuilding Health and
          Safety Training Evaluation, August 2004.

          Owunna Eze, Selected Review of Hercules-Franklin Inc. Wastewater Treatment
          Processes. December 2004.

          Tamara Walker, LCDR, MSC, USN, Ergonomics on Board US Navy Ships that
          are New in Service, August 2004.

          Brett O’Dea, Verification and update of MSDS system information at HowMet,
          Inc. August 2005.

          Terrence Jaimungal, TSGT, USAF, Combat Arms Lead Assessment: Langley Air
          Force Base, Virginia, August 2005

          Melissa Keller, Fecal Enterococcus faecalis Sampling and Analyses for the
          Norfolk Health Department’s Beach Monitoring Program, August 2005.

          Jennifer Rodrigues, Reducing Polymer Related Falls at Hampton Roads Sanitation
          District, August 2005.

          Robert Hicke, The Environmental Health Undergraduate Intern Experience with
          the Virginia Department of Health’s Environmental Health Programs, August
          2006.

          Melissa Cushing, 3D Modeling and Contamination Migration of BTEX and
          MTEB at a VDEQ-TRO State Lead Site, August 2006


CONSULTING ACTIVITIES

          Virginia Department of Public Health, Richmond, Virginia

                 Foodborne Disease Investigation Training. Provide training workshops for
                 the Environmental Health, Nursing, Physician, and Laboratory staffs of the
                 Virginia Department of Public Health system. 1990 - 1991.

                 Law and the Environmental Health Practitioner. Provide Virginia
                 Environmental/Public Health law continuing education training workshops
                 for the Environmental Health Specialists of the Virginia Department of
                 Public Health system. 1994.

          Virginia Environmental Health Association, Inc., Chesapeake, Virginia.


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                Comprehensive Review of the Environmental Health Practice. Provide
                training workshops for the State of Virginia's Environmental Health
                Workforce in preparation for administration of National Board
                examinations. 1991 -1992.

         Department of Utilities, City of Norfolk

                Continuing Education Training for Waterworks Operators. Coordinate
                and provide training workshops in waterborne disease and operation of
                water treatment plants for water treatment operators. 2001

         Eastern Virginia Medical School, Center for Pediatric Research, Norfolk, Virginia

                Consultant to US Department of Housing and Urban Development
                Healthy Homes Grant #VALHH0132-04. January 2006 – present.

HONORS AND AWARDS

         AFL - CIO, Certificate of Appreciation, 1979.

         Virginia Environmental Health Association Leadership Award, 1983.

         Norfolk, Clean Community Commission, Service Appreciation Award, 1986.

         Tidewater Environmental Health Association Past Presidents Award, 1987.

         Norfolk Department of Public Health, Certificate of Appreciation, 1988.

         The Educational Institute of the American Hotel and Motel Association,
         Certificate of Appreciation, 1989.

         Profiled in Virginia Environmental Health Bulletin, Winter Quarter, 1989.

         National Environmental Health Association, Certificate of Appreciation, 1989.
         Virginia Environmental Health Association Past Presidents Award, 1990.
         Chesapeake Health Department, Letter of Appreciation, 1990.

         Alpha Phi Omega and Beta Beta Beta Honor Societies

         Induction into Order of Omega Greek Honor Society, Old Dominion University,

         Certificate for Outstanding Interfraternity Contributions, 1990.

         Inducted into Old Dominion University Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa Honor


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Society. April 1991.

Profiled in Journal of Environmental Health "At The Top", July - August, 1991

Presidential Certificate of Merit, National Environmental Health Association,
1990, 1992.

Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors and National Environmental Health
Association, Certificate of Appreciation, 1992.

Received Most Inspiring Faculty Award. May 1992.

Presented an Award of Recognition and Appreciation from Graduating Class of
1993.

1993 Deans Award for the Poster Presentation "An Assessment of Academic
Achievement of Environmental Health Seniors - The Results of a Four Year
Longitudinal Study" judged best in the Category "New Strategies" at the 26th
Annual Conference of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions.
October 29, 1993, Galveston, Texas.

Profiled in the Virginia Pilot - Ledger Star Newspaper, The Norfolk Compass on
November 11, 1993 as The Public Health Watchdog.

Received letter of Congratulations from ODU President James V. Koch on
November 13, 1993 for recent positive newspaper coverage of Profile in the
Norfolk Compass.

Inducted into Alpha Eta, National Honor Society for Allied Health Professionals.
May 1996.

Received Certificate of Appreciation as Outstanding Faculty from the Office of
Student Activities and Leadership, Old Dominion University, awarded 24 March
1998.

Received Certificate of Appreciation as Outstanding Faculty from the Office of
Student Activities and Leadership, Old Dominion University, awarded 21st March
2000.

Received Certificate of Appreciation from City of Norfolk for Volunteer efforts to
the city of Norfolk, April 2001, the International Years of Volunteers.

Received Most Inspiring Faculty Award. May, 2001.

Awarded Town and Gown Community Service Award, October 2001 at Founders


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Day Ceremony.

Profiled in Norfolk Environmental Action News, November, 2001.

Awarded membership into CARE CORPS, November 2001, by WAVY TV 10.

The following awards were received by the Environmental Health
Program/Environmental Health Club during the time I have served as Program
Director/Faculty Advisor:

1988 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1988 Norfolk City Mayors Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1989 Honorable Mention as Outstanding Environmental Health Chapter in the
Nation from the National Environmental Health Association, Seattle, Wa.

1989 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1990 First Place, Colleges and Universities, Keep Virginia Beautiful Award.

1990 Second Place as Outstanding Environmental Health Chapter in the Nation
from the National Environmental Health Association, Charlotte, NC.

1990 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1990 Norfolk City Mayors Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1990 Certificate of Achievement, Keep America Beautiful.

1991 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1992 Second Place Outstanding Environmental Health Chapter in the Nation from
the National Environmental Health Association, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

1992 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Clean Community Commission.

1993 First Place as Outstanding Environmental Health Chapter in the Nation from
the National Health Association, Orlando, Fl.

1994 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Environmental Commission.

1995 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Environmental Commission.

1996 Outstanding Achievement Award, Norfolk Environmental Commission.


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          2000, July, 10th Year Award for Adopt a Highway Cleanup, Commonweath of
          Virginia

          2000, October, Certificate of Merit, Norfolk Environmental Commission.

          2000, April, Certificate of Recognition, Norfolk Environmental Commission

          2003, April, Honored at a “Tribute to A. James English Jr.” celebration on Earth
          Day April 2003. Honored for continuous dedicated service to the city of Norfolk,
          its neighborhoods and the environment over the past several years. Received
          letters of appreciation and commendation from Governor Mark Warner, President
          of the Keep America Beautiful Organization, the Nature Conservancy, the Hoffler
          Creek Wildlife Foundation and others. Received a Proclamation Resolution from
          the Norfolk City Council signed by all members of City Council and presented by
          mayor Paul Fraim. Also received special recognition by my former and current
          students at the celebration.

          Named and honored as a University Faculty of the Month during the spring
          semester 2004.

          2004, April, Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Norfolk at its annual
          Volunteer Recognition ceremony, April 2004.

          2005, April, Certificate of Appreciation from the City of Norfolk at its annual
          Volunteer Recognition ceremony, April 2005.

          2008, Honored by Norfolk City Council with a special recognition in the form of a
          resolution passed by Council on April 22, 2008 celebrating my 18 years of
          continuous service to the Norfolk Environmental Commission as Chairman, Vice
          Chairman and commissioner. Resolution cites several accomplishments as a
          legacy to my service.




         UNIVERSITY, PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

          National Environmental Health Association (NEHA), 1986 - present.
                 Member, Board of Directors, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992.
                 Member, Food Protection Technical Section, 1989 - present.
                 Member, Editorial and Publications Board 1989 - present.




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       National Faculty Advisor, Student National Environmental Health
       Association, 1990 - present.

       Conference Chairman, NEHA Educational Conference, Protecting Our
       Nations Waters, Norfolk, Virginia, September, 1992.

       Member, International Environmental Faculty Forum, 1988 - present.

       Chairman Local Arrangements Committee, NEHA Educational
       Conference, Norfolk, Virginia, 1983.

Virginia Environmental Health Association (VEHA), 1978 - present.
       Academic Editor of the Virginia Environmental Health Bulletin, 1992 -
       present.
       Immediate Past President, 1990 -1991.
       President, 1988 - 1990.
       President Elect, 1987 - 1989.
       Vice President, 1986 - 1987.
       Treasurer, 1980 - 1981, 1984 - 1986.
       Board Member, 1980 - present.
       Chairman, Environmental Health Professional Registration/Credentialing
       Committee, 1993
       Conference Committee Co-Chair, VEHA/AEC, April 15th 2005. ODU,
       Norfolk, VA

Virginia Public Health Association, 1982 - present
       Chairman, Environmental Health Section, 1991 - 1994.
       Vice Chairman, Environmental Health Section 1987 - 1991.
       Board Member, 1991 - 1994.

Virginia Conference of Food and Drug Officials, (CASA/AFDO), 1978 - present.
       Charter Member, 1978.
       President, 1979.
       Educational Committee, 1990 - present.

Association of Environmental Health Academic Programs. Member 2000.

Tidewater Association of Sanitarians renamed Tidewater Environmental Health
      Association 1992, 1976 - present.
      Immediate Past President, 1987 - 1988
      President, 1985 - 1988.
      Board Member, 1976 - 1978, 1985 – 1988

Keep America Beautiful 1997 – present.
      Member, Technical Advisory Committee for the Litter Index Survey. 1998


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                  – present.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

     University Committees

           1988 – present, Faculty Advisor, ODU Environmental Health Club

           1989 – 2001, Interdisciplinary Studies Committee

           1989 – 1990, Faculty Development Committee (Ad Hoc)

           1990 Member, Search Committee for Director, Center for International Studies.

           1991 - present Faculty Advisor, ODU Alpha Phi Omega National Service
           Association

           1991 - 1992 Undergraduate Academic Appeals Committee

           1991 - 1992 Committee L (Academic Support Services)

           1995 – present, Member Faculty Senate, District 1; Health Sciences

           2003 – present, Member of Faculty Senate Executive Committee

           2008, Vice Chairman of Faculty Senate

           1995 - 1997 Chair, Committee E Student Services

           1995 - 1996 Member, Enrollment Management Working Group

           1995 - 1996 Member, Enrollment Management Working Committee

           1992 - 1998 Presidents Task Force, The Nature Conservancy and the
           Eastern Shore.

           1995 - 1998 Member, The Eastern Shore Institute

           1995 - 1998 Member, International Affairs Committee

           1998 – 1999, 2000 – present, Chair, Committee J: Library.

           1999 – present Member, Honors Council Screening Committee.

           1999 – 2000 Member, Presidents Advisory Council for EEO/AA


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1999 - 2000 ODU Bus Tour participant.

2000 – present Member, Student Conduct Committee.

2000 – present, member GIS users group.

2000 – present, member MPH Faculty Committee

2000 – present, member Experiential Learning Committee

1998 – present, member Environmental Management Cluster Committee

1998 – present, member of Faculty Senate, District #1 Health Sciences.

2003-2004 Chair Committee E, Student Services.

2003 – present, member at large Faculty Senate Executive Committee.

2001 – present, member University Safety Committee.

2005 – present. Member of NEW PAGE global environmental course
implementation committee. (Committee has been meeting once a week for the
entire 2005 and 2006 school years).

2005 – present, Member: NewPage evaluation committee

2003/2004 Coordinator: 30th Anniversary Celebration for the ENVH Program.

2005 Coordinator ENVH Alumni Day, April 15th, 2005, Spong Hall 208

2005 Took 6 students to the National Environmental Health Associations Annual
Education Conference June 2005, Providence, RI.

2005 Took 11 students to the Virginia Environmental Health Annual Education
Conference November 2005, Charlottesville, VA.

1990 – present. Faculty Advisor for Alpha Phi Omega.

2006- present, Member and ODU Representative to Faculty Senate of Virginia.

2006 – present, Faculty Representative to Board of Visitors Institutional
Advancement Committee. 2006 – present.




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College Committees

      1988 – present
      Environmental Health Undergraduate Program CDA

      1988 – present
      Environmental Health Graduate Program emphasis area advisor and GPD.

      1988 - present
      Recruitment, Advising and Continuance Committee

      1989 - 1990
      Graduate Committee

      1989 – present
      Evaluation of Teaching/Assessment of Majors

      1990 – 1991
      United Way Campaign

      1993 – 1995
      Biohazard and Human Subjects Committee

      1995 – 1997
      Marketing Committee

      1996 – 1998
      Graduate Committee

      1996 – 1998 and 2004-2005
      Promotion and Tenure Committee

      2000 Member, Search Committee, MPH Program Director.

      2000 – present. Serve as Chair.
      Improvement of Teaching Committee

      Library Committee
      2000 – 2001.

      Commencement Marshall

      Commencement Reader 2002 – present.




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School Committees

      1988 – present
      Chief, Departmental Advisor for Environmental Health Programs.

      1988 – present
      Graduate Program Coordinator for Environmental Health emphasis area for
      Community Health graduate program.

      1990 - 1991
      Coordinator for Virginia Combined Charitable Campaign

      1991 - 1992
      Publications Committee

      1994 - 1995
      Chair, Faculty Search Committee for Environmental Health Position

      1996 Chair, Faculty Search Committee for Environmental Health Position

      1997 Chair, Faculty Search Committee for Environmental Health Position

      2000 – 2001 Member, Faculty Search Committee for Microbiologist.

      2001 – 2002 Member, Faculty Search Committee for Environmental Health
      Position

      1995 – 1996, 2004-2005. Promotion and Tenure Committee

      2004 Member, Dean Search Committee for College of Health Sciences.

      1988 – present. Faculty Advisor for Student Environmental Health Association.
      Club won first prize in homecoming parade in November 2005. Theme: Wash
      Your Paws.

      2007, Wrote and Prepared Accreditation Self Study Document for the Graduate
      Program in Environmental Health, January 2007.

      2007, Wrote and Prepared Reaccredidation Self Study Document for the
      Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Environment Health Program, December
      2007.

      2007, Successfully Guided MS/CHP/ENVH track to first Accreditation by
      National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council to
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            accreditation with no discrepancies. June 2007.

            2007, Established an ENVH specialty track as MPH ENVH Program coordinator
            for the new ODU/EVMS MPH program with enrollments beginning in August
            2007.

            2007, Served as Chair of Endowed ENVH Professor Search Committee. Spring
            2007 – present.




PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

     Committee member for Chesapeake Health Departments Foodservice Advisory Council,
     1990 - present.

     Committee Member for Norfolk Mayor's Committee on Ocean View &
     Norfolk City Manager Task Force for Willoughby/Oceanview, 1986 - 1988.
     Chairman of Norfolk City Managers Task Force: Child Care Facilities, 1985 -1988.

     Member of the Virginia Food Protection Task Force, 1984 - 1990.

     Secretary and member of the Tidewater Swimming Pool Conference Committee, 1982 -
     1988.

     Vice Chairman and member of the Eastern Region Food Protection Committee, 1982 -
     1991.

     Committee Member of the Tidewater Clinical Waste Committee, 1986 - 1987.

     Test Writer and Reviewer for the Educational Testing Services', National Food Protection
     Program, 1986 - present.

     Instructor for the Eastern Region Foodservice Managers Certification Course in
     Sanitation, 1982 - 1989.

     Committee Member of the Norfolk Redevelopment Housing Conservation Steering
     Committee, 1987 - 1988.

     Committee Member of the Norfolk Codes Coordinating Committee, 1982 -1988.

     Reviewer, Chapter entitled Environmental Health and Protection: An Overview for the
     author Larry J. Gordon, Visiting Professor, School of Public Administration, The
     University of New Mexico for the Textbook, Public Health Practice, edited by Keck, Bill


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    and Scuthfield, Doug. 1993.

    Proctor, Registered Environmental Health Specialist National Certification Exam. For the
    National Environmental Health Association. 1993 – present.

    Proctor, National Food Manager Certification Examination in Food Sanitation. For the
    Educational Foundation of the National Restaurant Association. 2000 – present.

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

    President, Friends of Norfolk’s Environment (501-3C), July 2006 – present.

    Commissioner and Vice - Chairman of the Norfolk Clean Community Commission, 1989
    - 1995.

    Commissioner, Vice - Chairman of the Norfolk Environmental Commission, 1995 -
    1997.

    Commissioner and Chairman, Norfolk Environmental Commission, 1997 – 2006.

    Chairman, Norfolk Citizens Focus Group on Waste Management, March 2000. Selected
    by Norfolk City Manager.

    Chairman, 20th Anniversary Celebration Planning Committee for the Norfolk
    Environmental Commission. 1999.

    Committee member and Host of 25th Anniversary Celebration of the Norfolk
    Environmental Commission and 5th Anniversary Celebration of the Friends of Norfolk’s
    Environmental. November 2004. Norfolk, VA.

    January, 2005. As Chair of Norfolk Environmental Commission served as facilitator of
    Solid Waste Focus Group for city of Norfolk.

    Member, Hampton Roads Regional Earth Day Planning Committee, 1991 – present.

    Member, Norfolk Beautification Committee, 1999 – present.

    Member, SAVE (Southeastern Association of Virginians for the Environment.) 1995 -
    present .

    Member, TEN (Tidewater Environmental Network.) 1997 – present.

    Board member, Hoffler Creek Wild life Foundation, 1997 – present.
          President, 2002 – present.
          Secretary, 2000 – 2002.


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       Chair and member, Building committee, 2001- present
       Chair and member, Environmental Management committee 2000 – 2001
       Executive Director Search Committee 1999.
       Member, Executive committee 2000 – present.

President, Vice - President and Secretary of the Blessed Sacrament Church Parish
Council, 1979-1982.

Member of the Ward's Corner Civic League. 1985 – present.
     President 2000 – present

Member of Wards Corner Partnership. 2000 – present.

Member of Wards Corner Task Force. (City council appointed). 2000 – present.

Chair, Wards Corner Task Force Codes and Public Safety Committee. 2001 – present

Member, Norfolk Police Citizen Advisory Council 2nd Precinct. 2002 – present

Member, Norfolk Citizens Codes Review Committee. 2003.

Member of Wards Corner Business Association. 2000 – present.

Member of West Little Creek Road Business Association. 2000 – present.

Member Clean the Bay Day Planning Committee, 1990 - 1999.

Co-Chairman of Norfolk Environmental Education Center Planning Committee, 1993-
1998.

Member, Norfolk Environmental Commissions “Green Team” Planning Committee for
new building expansion. 2004 – present.

Judge, Optimist International Essay Contest, 2002, 2003.

2008, Member, Norfolk Public School Board, Long Range Planning Citizen Advisory
Council. March 2008 – present.




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