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: Technical Advisor to Intercom'98 and Intercom'99.
Description: Technical Presentation Judge at the 1987 TCA Conference.
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.