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Honors and Awards

2005            Paul Harris Fellow - The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International

2004            Founder and Executive Editor, International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning. DonEl Learning Inc. and Duquesne University.

2002            Reader, United States Department of Education

2000-01       Fellow and Learning Architect, Ohana Foundation Cupertino and Honolulu

2000            Title III Grant for Riverside Community College. $1.4 million

1999            Adelphia Grant for Digital Communication Center, RCC Moreno Valley Campus $640,000

1997            Dean, Learning Technologies, Riverside Community College District

1992            Founder and Director, Alquist Center for Innovative Learning, San Jose State University

1991            Vice President, International Information and Communication Society (IICS), Bay Area Chapter

1988-98       Professor, College of Education, San Jose State University

1986,87       Funded Proposals for Satellite Distribution, Media Library Reorganization

1984,85       Master of Ceremonies, National Awards Banquet, Hollywood Teenage Film Festival.

1982            California Community Colleges Chief Administrative Officer Credential (Certificate No. 05640)

1981            Resolution No. 635, Senate Rules Committee, California Legislature.

1980,82       Creativity Award, California State University Northridge.

1980-           Program Change Proposal Funding, Television Funds for California State University Northridge. Annual Funding: $135,000.

1980            Foundation Grants, Tactile Graphics for the Visually Impaired Student, $37,000 (Wykoff Foundation and Home Savings Foundation).

1979-80       California State University Chancellor's Office Grant, Media Program for Educational Equity for Students with Disabilities, $25,000.

1977-78       Federal Sub-Contracts, Adaptation of Film and Video Media for Deaf Persons, California State University Northridge, $20,000.

1977            Federal Grant, Development and Evaluation of Captioned Scripts and Study Guides for Educational Films, California State University Northridge, $40,000.

1976            First Chief of Instructional Technology, Department of Defense.

1975-6         Selected for U.S. President's Executive Interchange Program in Department of Defense.

1974            University Grant, Instructional Development Program for the Division of Human Ecology, University of Maryland. Initial Year: $20,000.

1971-73       Advisor and Consultant - National Institutes of Health, Heart and lung Institute

1971             Federal Contract, Program Design Study for the Model Secondary School for the Deaf, University of Maryland, $40,000.

1969-74       Federal Grants, Program for Administrators in Curriculum Technology (PACT), University of Maryland, $1,000,000+.

1969            Freedom Foundation Award and Washington Medal for Media Presentation, Beacon to Mankind.

1969            James D. Finn Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Research, USC.

1968            Commendation for Excellence in Teaching at the University of Southern California.

1967-1980   Advisory Committee, Bureau of Education  for the Handicapped, US Office of Education

1967,68       Federal Grants, NDEA Summer Institutes for Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth, University of Southern California, $160,000.

1967            Phi Delta Kappa.

1960            General Service Scholarship, University of Southern California.
B.A. Magna Cum Laude,
George Cukor Fellowship,
Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi.
President, Delta Kappa Alpha, National Honorary Cinema Fraternity.

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