Description: Initiated a University of Maine System scholarship program funded as a cooperative program between MTUG and Maine businesses. The scholarship supports Maine students aspiring to careers in networking and IT
Description: Member of the Educational Advisory Council of the International Communications Forum.
Description: Technical paper judge for the IEEE Region 1 student paper contest.
Description: Developed a high school telecommunications vocational curriculum.
Description: Member of the Telecommunications Roundtable of the New England Council. This council was for the advancement of use of the applications of telecommunications in New England businesses.
Description: Developed and was Chairman of the Networking Management Institute, an educational forum presented in conjunction with Networking Management magazine.
Description: Performed market research and analysis for Networking Management magazine which demonstrated the need and market for multimedia continuing education in telecommunications.
Description: Developed Northeastern University's curricula in telecommunications which includes an Associate's Degree program; the world's first and largest continuing education program in telecommunications; contract programs with major corporations, and certificate and degree programs. Courses were offered live and remotely via television. Was the first to teach office automation, network administration, and voice-data network planning courses at an American university. Courses taught included a wide range of electrical engineering, tele- and data-communications, computer and information management, and business project management topics.
Description: Directed and taught the preparatory course for the Regional Communications Engineering School (RCES) in Canada. This program was a cooperative venture between Bell Canada and Queen's University's Department of Electrical Engineering and School of Business. Subjects included a variety of mathematics, electrical engineering, statistics, and business management topics. The program was unique for its time in that it was live distance learning taught from Kingston Ontario to five cities across Canada where remote blackboards were located.
Description: Lecturer in telecommunications traffic theory in the University of Wisconsin's (Madison) continuing engineering program.