Curriculum Vitae Narrative Version:

David K. Scott was born on the northernmost of the Orkney Islands off the Coast of Scotland (same latitude as the upper Hudson Bay) - a small island 4 miles long and 2 miles wide, with a population of 100 people and approximately 30 farms, or crofts. This setting exposed him at an early age to the forces of nature through displays of the aurora borealis on winter nights, spectacular storms at sea which sometimes swept waves across the island, and led him on the path to becoming a physicist. He had to leave his home, parents and family at age 10 years to attend a boarding school - a harsh necessity at that time (1950) if a child from the Orkney Islands wanted to go on to University. Sacrifices, both emotional and financial, were necessary to ensure a better education for the next generation. This commitment of his parents and of the island community has remained a shaping force in Scott's own commitment to education and to the democratization of privilege.

After completing his undergraduate degree in physics at the University of Edinburgh, Scott then went on to Oxford University in England to do research in Nuclear Physics, completing the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1967 as a member of Linacre College. For several years thereafter, Scott was a Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford University, but then decided to spend some time at the University of California at Berkeley, where he stayed for 7 years (1972-1979) conducting pioneering research on the high speed collisions of heavy nuclei to study extreme states in nuclear systems, such as the temperature and pressure in the Big Bang theory of the universe. In 1978 he was appointed Scientific Director of the Cyclotron Laboratory at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, but was attracted to Michigan State University (MSU) in 1979 as the John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy and of Chemistry. MSU provided a special attraction through the construction of the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, the foremost laboratory in the world for research in collisions of nuclei.

In 1982 Scott served as the Director for Research at the Cyclotron Laboratory, and thereby was led back once again into academic administration, becoming Associate Provost in 1983 and Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs in 1986. As Provost, Scott felt he drew on his early experiences in his island birthplace where he developed an interest in all areas of knowledge as well as the interrelationships between them. He also felt he could advance the "democratization of privilege" that had enabled him as a child from a 20 acre croft in the Orkney Islands to gain access to great institutions of learning like Edinburgh, Oxford, Berkeley, Michigan State University, and the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Scott
left the position of Provost in September, 1992, following a six-year tenure, to become the John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of Learning, Science and Society at Michigan State University. In this role, Scott felt that he was able to combine his experiences and networks over a period of 30 years as a scientist and as an academic administrator.


Scott is a Fellow of the American Physical Society and is well known nationally and internationally for his work in nuclear collisions and higher education. He has written over 100 papers on topics in Nuclear Science and Higher Education and delivered over 200 lectures in countries all over the world. He is listed in compilations such as Who's Who in the World, as well as in American Men and Women of Science. He provides service on several Boards, including the Board of Overseers for Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the University of Chicago Board of Governors for Argonne National Laboratory. He serves on regional boards such as Mass Ventures and the Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts. He serves on several national educational organizations including: Chairperson of the American Council of Education Commission on International Education; Chairperson of the Leadership Council of AAHE on Faculty Roles and Rewards. He provides support to various Community Service Projects, serving as the Chairperson of the Higher Education Division of United Way, and as the Chairperson of the United Way Campaign for Hampshire County.

From 1993-2001, Scott was Chancellor of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. In the future he plans to work on developing ideas of integrative learning for an age of knowledge, as well as learning organizations of the 21st century..

 

 


CURRICULUM VITAE - DAVID K. SCOTT


Date of Birth

March 2, 1940  
     
Married Kathleen Louise (Smith),1966 Medievalist
    Colorado College
(B.A. French and German)
University of California/Berkeley
(M.A. Ph.D. English)
Children    
  Wendelin Kay Scott,1967 Director of YogaSource, Santa Fe
   

1967 Bard College (B.A. Anthropology &
Creative Writing)
St. John’s College, Santa Fe
(M.A. in Eastern Religions)

 

  Kelvin William Marshall Scott, 1969 Luthier
    Michigan State University
(B.A. Multidisciplinary Program, Arts
and Letters and
B.A. Teacher Education)
Harvard University
(M.A. Education and Technology)
 

 

Jeremy Knight Scott,1972

 

 

Writer
University of Massachusetts
(B.A. Creative Writing and Psychology)

     
     

Degrees Awarded:
 

B. Sc. (1st Class Hons. in Physics)
Edinburgh University
1962
     
  D. Phil. (Nuclear Physics)
Linacre College, Oxford University
1966
     
  M. A. (Oxon)
1969
     
  D. Sc. (Honorary) Sejong University, S. Korea 1997
     
  D. Sc. (Honorary) Hokkaido University, Japan 2001
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     




Appointments:

Research Fellow, Balliol College, Oxford University 1967-1973
Research Officer, Nuclear Physics Laboratory, Oxford University 1970-1973
Staff Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 1973-1976
Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 1976-1979
Scientific Director, Cyclotron Laboratory Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 1978-1979
Visiting Scientist Centre d'Études Nucléaires de Saclay,Paris, France 1980
John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy and of Chemistry, Michigan State University 1979-1986
Associate Director for Nuclear Research, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University 1982-1983
Associate Provost, Michigan State University 1983-1986
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Michigan State University 1986-199
John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor in Learning, Science and Society 1992-1993, Michigan State University
Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Amherst 1993-2001

Societies (Through election):


Fellow of American Physical Society
Lansing Chamber of Commerce
PHI BETA KAPPA, TAU SIGMA, PHI KAPPA PHI, SIGMA XI,
PHI BETA DELTA (Honor Society for International Scholars),
GOLDEN KEY HONOR SOCIETY
Optimists Club of East Lansing, Michigan
Member of Growing Pride Organization of East Lansing, Michigan
(an organization to improve the community)
President of East Coast Chapter of the Linacre Society
of the University of Oxford 1994-Awards and Grierson Scholarship to Edinburgh University 1958


Recognitions:


Chalmers Research Scholarship to Oxford University 1962
Science Research Council Fellowship 1966
Fulbright Travel Grant 1973
Recognition Award in Appreciation of Strong and Continued Support of Upward Bound Programs and the Greater Lansing Community 1986
Circulo Dorado Award from the Michigan Hispanic Scholarship Fund in Cooperation with the State Board of Education and the Office of Hispanic Education in recognition of the educational advancement of Hispanics in Michigan through the establishment of the Julian Samora Research Institute 1989
Recognition Award from MSU Office of Programs for Handicapped Students for Outstanding Leadership in Developing an Environment of Opportunity and Excellence 1989
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, MSU,
Minority Appreciation Program: 1989 Continuous Support Award for Longstanding Commitment tothe Goals of the Program 1989
National Association of Chicano Studies Midwest FOCO, in recognition of commitment to the advancement of the Chicano and Hispanic Community 1990
Hispanic and Native American Indian Faculty-Staff Association Award in recognition of contribution and leadership to MSU Hispanic and Native American Indian Communities 1990
Designee as James E. West Fellow of the Great TrailsCouncil of Boy Scouts of America and recipient of Good Scout Award 2001
Norman H. Drouin Distinguished Service Award of the Hampshire Community United Way 2002
Millicent H. Kauffman Community Service Award by the Amherst Chamber of Commerce 2002
Award from the Governor of Massachusetts for Leadership of the United Way and Commonwealth of Massachusetts Employee Campaign , and Founding Chairperson of the DeTocqueville Society of Hampshire United Way 2002


Listings:

Who's Who in the World 8th - 20th Edition (to 2003)
Who's Who in the Midwest 21st - 24th Edition (to 1999)
American Men and Women of Science 16th - 18th Edition (Physical and Biological Sciences) (to 1997)
Who's Who in America 44th - 57th Edition
Who’s Who in America 44th-57th Edition (to 2003)
Who's Who in American Education 3rd, 4th & 5th Edition
Who's Who in Science and Engineering 2nd - 6th Edition (to 2003)
Who’s Who in the East 26th –30th Edition to 2003)
Who’s Who Among Top Executives 1998


Teaching, Research and Service:

Courses taught at Michigan State University (MSU):


1980 987 Advanced Course on Nuclear Collisions; two terms of lectures and one of organizing Distinguished Visiting Lecturers.
1981 987 Advanced Course on Nuclear Techniques; two terms of lectures and organization of course.
1982 Advanced Lectures on Symmetry in Physics and Chemistry.
1982 Faculty Seminar Series on "When Nuclei Collide.

Courses taught at University of Massachusette Amherst:

2002 Dean’s Book Course in Commomwealth Honors College (Two sections).
2002 Seminars for Graduate Students in School of Education
2002 Course on Belief Systems in Knowledge Areas as part of team in Commonwealth Honors College
2002 Course on Science and Religion: Enemies, Strangers, Friends or Partners
2004 and 2004. Introduction to Physice for Non-Physics Majors.


(b) Supervision of Research Students (MSU):

S. Angius (Physics and Astronomy) M.S.
Michael Curtin (Physics and Astronomy) Ph.D.
J. Kupstas (Chemistry) M.S.
Barbara Jacak (Chemistry) Ph.D.(c) Guidance Committees (MSU)
Chair of Guidance Committee for B. Jacak (Chemistry)
Chair of Guidance Committee for N. Matsushita (Chemistry)
2nd Reader, Dissertation Committee for Z. Koenig (Chemistry)
Member of Guidance Committee for J. Duffy (Physics and Astronomy)
Member of Guidance Committee for E. Ormand (Physics and Astronomy)
Member of Guidance Committee for H. Melanson (Physics and Astronomy)
Chair of Guidance Committee for Michael Curtin (Physics and Astronomy)
Chair of Ph.D. Oral Committee for J. Carvalho (Chemistry)
Chair of Guidance Committee for Mark Curtin (Physics and Astronomy)
Member of Guidance Committee for C. Chitwood (Physics and Astronomy)


Committees:

a) Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory

Member of Laboratory-Wide Scientific Program Council (1976-1979).
Co-chair of Future Accelerator Planning Committee (1978-1979).
Member of the HISS (Heavy Ion Superconducting Spectrometer), Scientific Advisory Panel (1978).
Member of Nuclear Science Advisory Body to the Director of the Laboratory (1979).

b) Michigan State University

Electronics Committee, Cyclotron Laboratory (1980-1982).
Committee for Continuing Appointments, NSCL (1980-1982).
Member, Committee to Review Chemical Physics Programs (1981-1983).
Chair, Graduate Recruiting Committee (Physics) (1981-1982).
Member, Chemical Physics Committee (1981-1983).
Member of Advisory Committee, Physics and Astronomy (1981-1982).
Member, Graduate Recruiting Committee (Physics) (1982-1983).
Chair, Promotion Committee for S. Mahanti (1982).
Committee for Selection of Rhodes Scholar Candidates (October, 1984).
Committee for Selection of Churchill Scholar Candidates (November, 1985).


c) State, National and International Committees:


Member of the National SuperHILAC Program Advisory Committee, (1976-1979); Chairperson, (1979).
Member of Review Committee, Division of Nuclear Physics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, (1979-1983); Chairperson, (1983).
Member of NUSAC (Nuclear Science Advisory Committee), Working Group for Long Range Planning for Heavy Ion Nuclear Science (1979).
Member of Subcommittee of NUSAC on Future Heavy Ion Facilities in U.S. (1981).
Member of DOE Review Panel on Heavy Ion Facilities in the U.S. (1981).
Member of Bevalac Program Advisory Committee, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (1981-1984).
Member of Review Panel for Oak Ridge National Laboratory Experiment on Neutron Oscillation (1982).
Judge for Scientist of the Year Award, Impressions 5 Museum (1982).
Member of Program Advisory Panel for National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University (1982-1984).
Member of Review Committee of Scientific Program Council of the Gesellschaft fur Schwerionenforschung, Darmstadt, W. Germany (1982-1986).
Member of American Physical Society, Division of Nuclear Physics, Committee on Relations with the Press (1982-1983).
Member at Large of American Physical Society, International Physics Group (1984-1986).
Member of Executive Council of Academic Affairs of NASULGC (1989-1992).
Member of CIC Executive Committee (1988-1990).
Member of University of Chicago Board of Governors for Argonne National Laboratory (1989-1997).
Member of Science and Technology Advisory Committee, Argonne National Laboratory (1989-1993); Chairperson (1993).
Member of NASULGC Task Force on National Youth Service (1989).
Member of Futures Team 2020 of Michigan Department of Agriculture, Future of Agriculture in Michigan (1989-1990).
Member of Board of Overseers for Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, University Research Association, (1990-1993).
Chairperson NASULGC Council on Academic Affairs - Faculty Committee (1991-1992).
Member of American Association for Higher Education (AAHE) Study Group on Balancing the Teaching, Research and Service Mission of the University (1991-1995).
Member of Board of Directors of the Michigan Higher Education Institute (1991-1992).
Member of Board of Directors of Manufacturing Partnership of Western Massachusetts (1994-1995).
Member of West Regional Board of Directors of Baybank, Massachusetts (1993-2000).
Member of Educational Advisory Board, Oracle Corporation (1994-1995).
Member of Board of Directors of Westmass Area Development Corporation (1993-1996).
Member of ACE Commission on International Education (1994-1996).
Chair of ACE Commission on International Education (1995-1996).
Member of Board of Directors of Massachusetts Ventures Corporation (1994-2001).
Trustee for Plan for Progress of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (1994-1995).
Consultant to Commission on Women in Higher Education, American Council on Education, (1994-2000).
Chair of Advisory Group on Faculty Roles and Rewards, Leadership Council, American Association on Higher Education, (1995-2000).
Chair of NCAA Certification Review Panel for Northwestern State University, Louisiana, February 1996.
Chair of Higher Education Division of United Way, Franklin County, 1995-1996 and 1996-1997.
Chair of Plenary Session of AAHE Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards, Atlanta, Georgia, January 19-22, 1996.
Member of the Search Committee for the Director of the Argonne National Laboratory,University of Chicago, (1995-1996).
Member of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Massachusetts Campus Compact, (1995-2001).
Member of Board of Directors of Economic Development Council of Western Massachusetts(1996-2001).
Member of the National Advisory Council to the National Consortium on Global Perspectives in Higher Education (1996-2001).
Member of the Learning Communities Network Board of Trustees (1997-2001).
Member of the Campus Compact National Research Advisory Council on Service Learning in Higher Education (1997- ).
President of Council of Presidents, New England Land Grant Universities, 1997-1998.
President of Board of Directors, Five Colleges, Incorporated, 1997-1999.
Chair of Hampshire Community United Way Campaign, 1998.
Member of the United States Department of State Delegation to the UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education, Paris, France, October 1998
Member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Contemplative Mind in Society, (1998-2008)..
Member of the United States delegation of Presidents of Colleges and Universities to Israel, sponsored by the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Relations through the Consular Office of Academic Affairs in New York and by the Israel Friendship League, November 1-10, 1998.
Co-Chair of the Alexis de Tocqueville Society for the Hampshire Community United Way Campaign, 1999-2000, 2000-2001.
Member of the Advisory Council of the Inter-American Organization of Higher Education, October, (1999 - ).
Member of the Executive Committee of the Linacre College Development Council, University of Oxford, (1999 - ).
Member of the Administrative Board of the International Association of Universities (IAU), 2000-2004.
Member of the Internationalization Working Group of the International Association of Universities (IAU), 2000-2004.
Member of the Membership Committee of the International Association of Universities (IAU), 2000-2004.
Member of Hgher Gate Association for Planning International University Database through the International Association of Universities (IAU), 2001-2002.
Member of the Review Committee for Tagenrog Technical University, Russia, (2002).
Chairperson of the Leadership Council for the Capital Campaign “Building a Sound Future” for Public Radio WFCR, 2001-2004.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Hampshire Community United Way, 2002-2003.
Member of the Board of Directors of Hampshire Community Action Commission (HCAC), 2002-2003.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Great Trails Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Western Massachusetts.
Chairperson of the Vision Council of the Hampshire Community United Way for Planning New Directions as a Catalyst for Community Action 2002-2003.
Chairperson of the Strategic Planning Council of the Massachusetts International Festival of the Arts ( MIFA ) 2002-2003
Chairperson of the Campain for Cooley-Dickinson Hospital, (2003-2006).
Member of Board of Directors, Center for Contemplative Mind in Higher Educatio (2010- ).


d) Conference Organization:


Member of Organizing Committee for Brookhaven National Laboratory Conference on Heavy Ion Physics from 10-200 MeV/nucleon (1979).
Chairperson of First and Originator of International Conferences on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (first held at MSU 1982).
Member of Advisory Board for Second Indo-U.S. Conference on Nuclear Physics (1982).
Member of International Advisory Committee for International Conference on Nuclear Physics, Firenze (1982).
Member of International Advisory Committee for Workshop on Coincident Particle Emission from Continuum States in Nuclei (1983).
Member of International Advisory Committee for 2nd International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Visby, Sweden (1985).
Member of International Advisory Committee for International Conference on Nuclear Physics on Occasion of Golden Jubilee of Indian National Science Academy (1985).
Coordinator of 1st International Workshop on Local Equilibrium in Strong Interaction Physics (1985).
Co-organizer of lectures at Ettore Majorana School of the Scientific Culture: Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions from Coulomb Barrier up to the Quark-Gluon Plasma, Erice, Sicily (1985).
Member of International Advisory Committee for International Summer School on Nuclear Phase Transitions and Heavy Ion Reactions, Jilun University, Changchun, PRC (1986).
Member of International Advisory Committee for 3rd International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, Caen, France (1988).
Organizer of Executive Seminar for Leaders of Research Universities, Faculty Rewards: Promoting Multidimensional Excellence, Michigan State University and Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Kellogg Center, MSU (June 1991).
Member of Organizing Group for American Association of Higher Education Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards, San Antonio, Texas (January 1993).
Member of Organizing Committee of Conference on Going Public with Spirituality in Work and Higher Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst, June 4-6, 2000.
Member of the Advisory Board of the Conference on Spirituality and Higher Education: Inward Bound at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC., October 13-15, 2002

e) Editorial Boards, Refereeing, Reviewing:


Referee for Nuclear Physics A, Physical Review C, Physical Review Letters, Physics Letters.
Correspondent for News and Comments Section of Nature (1972-1973).
Writer for Nuclear Physics McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology (1979, 1980).
Reviewer for DOE, NSF and other miscellaneous research proposals.
Member of Editorial Board of KINAM (Mexico) (1978 -1986).
Associate Editor, Nuclear Physics A (1982-1988).
Member of Editorial Board for Comtex Scientific Corporation (Series N Nuclear and Radiochemistry) (1982).
Member of Board of Directors, MSU Press (1982-1986).

f) Publications in Refereed Journals, Scientific Proceedings, Review Papers, Books and Magazines (Omitting Abstracts)

1. A Fast Computing Circuit for Particle Identification using Signals from a _E.E Counter Telescope, P.S. Fisher
and D.K. Scott, Nucl. Inst. and Meth. 49, 301 (1965)
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2. Intermediate Structure in 13N, D.K. Scott, P.S. Fisher and N.S. Chant, Nucl. Phys. A99, 177 (1967).

2. Asymmetries and Differential Cross Sections for the 12C (p,d) 11C and 16O (p,d) 15O Reactions Induced by
Polarized Protons, N.S. Chant, P.S. Fisher and D.K. Scott, Nucl. Phys. A99, 699 (1967).

3. The reactions 14N (p,3He) 12C, 14N(d,_) 12C, 13C(p,d)12C and the 4+ Level of 12C, D.K. Scott, P.M. Portner, J.M.
Nelson, A.C. Shotter, A.J. Mitchell, N.S. Chant, D.C. Montague, and K. Ramavataram, Nucl. Phys. A141, 497 (1970).

4. Intermediate Structure and the Reaction 28Si (p,p') 28Si*, A.C. Shotter, P.S. Fisher and D.K. Scott, Nucl. Phys.
A159, 577 (1970).

5. Heavy-Ion Reactions as a Technique for Direct Mass Measurements of Unknown Z>N Nuclei, J. Cerny, C.U.
Cardinal, K.P. Jackson, D.K. Scott and A.C. Shotter, Phys. Rev. Lett. 25, 676 (1970).63.

7. One, Two and Three Nucleon Transfer Reactions Induced by 12C Ions on 12C, 16O, and 40Ca, D.K. Scott, C.U. Cardinal, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, N. Anyas-Weiss, J. de Phys. C6, Tome 32, 275 (1971).

8. Selective Excitation of One, Two and Three Nucleon Configurations in Transfer Reactions Induced by Heavy Ions, D.K. Scott, P.N. Hudson, P.S. Fisher, C.U. Cardinal, N. Anyas-Weiss, Phys. Rev. Lett. 28, 1969 (1972).

9. Heavy-Ion Reactions on 208Pb at Energies Well Above the Barrier, D.K. Scott, P.N. Hudson, P.S. Fisher, N.,
Anyas-Weiss, A.D. Panagiotou and D.M. Brink, Proceedings of the Aix-en-Provence Conference on Nuclear
Physics, Vol. 2, p. 58 (1972).

9. Super Selectivity in Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, P.N. Hudson, P.S. Fisher, N. Anyas-Weiss, A.D.
Panagiotou, P.J. Ellis and B. Buck, Proceedings of the Aix-en-Provence Conference on Nuclear Physics Vol. 2, p. 75 (1972).

10. Alpha Transfer Reactions Initiated by Heavy-Ions and Spin Determinations in the Residual Nucleus, A.D.
Panagiotou, D.K. Scott, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, N. Anyas-Weiss, J.C. Cornel and A Menchaca-Rocha, Proceedings of the Aix-en-Provence Conference on Nuclear Physics, Vol. 2, p. 77 (1972).

11. Mass Measurements of Neutron-Excess Nuclei by the (11B, 8B) Reaction, D.K. Scott, C.U. Cardinal, P.N.
Hudson, P.S. Fisher and N. Anyas-Weiss, Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants, IV, edited by J.H. Sanders and A.H. Wapstra, p. 54 (Plenum, 1972).

12. Compound System Formation at ECM= 36 MeV in 14N + 12C _ 6Li + 20Ne, T.A. Belote, N. Anyas-Weiss, J.A.
Becker, J.C. Cornell, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, A. Menchaca-Rocha, A.D. Panagiotou and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. Lett. 30, 450 (1973).

13. Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions on 208Pb above the Coulomb Barrier, N. Anyas-Weiss, J. Becker, T.A. Belote, J.C.
Cornell, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, A. Menchaca-Rocha, A.D. Panagiotou and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. Lett. 45, 231 (1973).

14. Structure of States in 20Ne from the Reactions 18O(11B, 9Li) 20Ne and 16O(11B,7Li) 20Ne, D. Strottman, N. Anyas-
Weiss, J.C. Cornell, P.S. Fisher, P. Hudson, and D. Scott, Phys. Lett. 47B, 231 (1973).

15. 12C + 12C Elastic and Inelastic Scattering at 114 and 174 MeV, N. Anyas-Weiss, J.A. Becker, T.A. Belote, J.C.
Cornell, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, A. Menchaca-Rocha, A.D. Panagiotou and D.K. Scott, Phys. Lett. 47B, 16 (1973).

16. High Energy Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, Argonne Symposium on Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions,
Argonne Report PHY 1973B, Vol. 1, p. 97.

17. Multinucleon Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, International Conference on Nuclear Physics (Munich, 1973). eds.,
J. de Boer and H.J. Mang (North-Holland, 1973) Vol. 2, p. 215.

18. States of 20Ne Excited in Multinucleon Transfer Reactions, A. Menchaca-Rocha, N. Anyas-Weiss, J.C. Cornell,
P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, A.D. Panagiotou, D.K. Scott, and D. Strottman, Proceedings of the International Conference on Nuclear Physics (Munich 1973), eds., J. de Boer and H.J. Mang (North Holland, 1973) Vol. 2, p. 458.

19. Nuclear Structure of Light Nuclei Using the Selectivity of High Energy Transfer Reactions with Heavy-Ions, N.
Anyas-Weiss, J.C. Cornell, P.S. Fisher, P.N. Hudson, A. Menchaca-Rocha, D.J. Millener, A.D. Panagiotou, D.K. Scott, D. Strottman, D.M. Brink, B. Buck, P.J. Ellis and T. Engeland, Phys. Rep. 12C, 210 (1974).

20. Angular Correlation Study of the 16O(7Li;t,_,16O)20Ne Reaction, A.D., Panagiotou, J.C. Cornell, N. Anyas-
Weiss,, P.N. Hudson, A. Menchaca-Rocha, D.K. Scott and B.E.F. Macefield, J. Phys. A: Nucl. Gen. 7, 1748 (1974).

21. A More Accurate Mass for 8He, Joseph Cerny, N.A. Jelley, D.L. Hendrie, C.F. Maguire, J. Mahoney, D.K. Scott
and R. Weisemiller, Phys. Rev. C 10, 2654 (1974).

22. The Massive Transfer Reaction 208Pb(20Ne,_)233 Th, C.F. Maguire, B.G. Harvey, D.L. Hendrie, D.K. Scott, L.
Kraus, J. Mahoney, Y. Terrien, K. Yagi and W. von Oertzen, Proceedings of the International Conference on Reactions Between Complex Nuclei (Nashville, 1974) Vol. 1, p. 84.

23. Spectroscopy of Exotic Nuclei Using Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, B.G. Harvey, D.L. Hendrie, L.
Kraus, C.F. Maguire, J. Mahoney, Y. Terrien, T. Udagawa, K.S. Low and T. Tamura, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 96 (1975).

24. One and Multistep Processes in the Reaction 144Nd(12C,14C)142Nd, K. Yagi, D.L. Hendrie, L. Kraus, C.F.
Maguire, J. Mohoney, D.K. Scott, Y. Terrien, T. Udagawa, K.S. Low and T. Tamura, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 96 (1975).

25. Interference Between Direct and Indirect Modes in Two-Nucleon Transfer Reactions with Heavy Ions, D.K.
Scott, B.G. Harvey, D.L. Hendrie, U. Jahnke, L. Kraus, C.F. Maguire, J. Mahoney, Y. Terrien and K. Yagi, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 895 (1975).

26. The 208Pb (16O,15O)209Pb Reaction, F.D. Becchetti, B.G. Harvey, D.G. Kovar, J. Mahoney, C. Maguire and D.K.
Scott, Phys. Rev. C 12, 894 (1975).

27. Analysis of High Energy Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, Classical and Quantum Mechanical Aspects
of Heavy-Ion Collisions, eds., H.L. Harvey, P. Braun-Munzinger, and C.K. Gelbke (Springer-Verlag 1975) p. 175.

28. New Aspects of High Energy Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of the INS-IPCR
Symposium on Cluster Structure of Nuclei and Transfer Reactions Induced by Heavy-Ions, IPCR Cyclotron Progress Report, Supplement 4, 419 (1975).

29. Long Lived States at High Excitation Energies in 8Be and 10B, F. Ajzenberg-Selove, C.F. Maguire, D.L. Hendrie,
D.K. Scott and J. Mahoney, Phys. Rev. C13, 46 (1976).

30. Semiclassical and Quantum Mechanical Aspects of One and Two Nucleon Transfer, D.K. Scott, D.L. Hendrie, L.
Kraus, C.F. Maguire, J. Mahoney, Y. Terrien, and K. Yagi, Phys. Rev. Lett. 36, 226 (1976).

31. Energy Levels of 12N, C.F. Maguire, D.L. Hendrie, D.K. Scott, J. Mahoney and F. Ajzenberg-Selove, Phys. Rev.
C 13, 933 (1976).

32. Response of Pilot U Scintillator to Heavy Ions, M. Buenerd, D.L. Hendrie, U. Jahnke, J. Mahoney, A. Menchaca-
Rocha, C. Olmer, and D.K. Scott, Nucl. Inst. and Meth. 136, 173 (1976).

33. 142Nd (18O,16O)144Nd Reaction and its Contrast to 144Nd (12C, 14C) 142Nd Reaction, K. Yagi, D.L. Hendrie, U.
Jahnke, C.F. Maguire, J. Mahoney and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. C 14, 351 (1976).

34. On the Contribution of Alpha Cluster Exchange to Elastic and Inelastic 16O + 20Ne Scattering, R. Stock, U.
Jahnke, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, C.F. Maguire, W.F.W. Schneider, D.K. Scott and G. Wolschin, Phys. Rev. C 14, 1824 (1976).

35. Similarity of Cross Sections for Peripheral Collisions at 20 MeV/A and 2.1 GeV/A, M. Buenerd, C.K. Gelbke,
B.G. Harvey, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, A . Menchaca-Rocha, C. Olmer and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. Lett. 37, 1191 (1976).

36. Trends of Isotope Yields Observed in Reactions Induced by 16O Ions of 140, 315, and 33600 MeV, C.K. Gelbke,
M. Buenerd, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz, C. Olmer, and D.K. Scott, Phys. Lett. 65, 227 (1976).

37. Energy Dependence of the 208Pb(16O, 15N)209Bi Reaction, C. Olmer, M.C. Mermaz, M. Buenerd, C.K. Gelbke,
D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, A. Menchaca-Rocha, D.K. Scott, M.H. Macfarlane and Steven C. Pieper, Phys. Rev. Lett. 38, 476 (1976).

38. Reactions Induced by Heavy-Ions at Energies of 29 and 26 MeV/nucleon on Heavy Targets, M. Buenerd, C.K.
Gelbke, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, A. Menchaca-Rocha, C. Olmer and D.K. Scott, Communications to European Conference on Nuclear Physics with Heavy Ions (Caen, 1976).

39. Particle-Particle Angular Correlations in Peripheral Heavy-Ion Reactions, C.K. Gelbke, M. Bini, C. Olmer, D.L.
Hendrie, J.L. Laville, J. Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz, D.K. Scott and H.H. Wieman, Phys. Lett. 71B, 83 (1977).

40. Influence of Intrinsic Nucleon Motion on Energy Spectra and Angular Distributions for 16O-Induced Reactions at
20 MeV/A, C.K. Gelbke, D.K. Scott, M. Bini, D.L. Hendrie, 3J.L. Laville, J. Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz amd C. Olmer, Phys. Lett. 70B, 415 (1977).

41. Experimental Study of the E2 Strength Distribution in 12C and 16O Nuclei, M. Buenerd, C.K. Gelbke, D.L.
Hendrie, J. Mahoney, C. Olmer and D.K. Scott, J. de Phys. (Lettres) 38, L53 (1977).

42. The Continuum in Heavy-Ion Reactions, D.K. Scott, M. Bini, C.K. Gelbke, D.K. Hendrie, J.L. Laville, J.
Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz and C. Olmer, Heavy Ion Collisions (Falls Creek, Tennessee, 1977).

43. Observation of Striking Shape Differences Between 2+ Angular Distributions for Heavy-Ion Induced Two
Neutron Stripping and Pickup Reactions in Transitional Samarium Nuclei, C.F. Maguire, D.L. Hendrie, U. Jahnke, J. Mahoney, D.K. Scott, J.S. Vaagen, R.J. Ascuitto and K. Kumar, Phys. Rev. Lett. 40, 358 (1978).

44. Systematic Study of Coulomb Absorption in Heavy Ion Scattering, P. Doll, M. Bini, D.L. Hendrie, S.K.
Kauffmann, J. Mahoney, A. Menchaca-Rocha, D.K. Scott, T.J.M. Symons, K. Van Bibber, Y.P. Viyogi, H. Wieman and A.J. Baltz, Phys. Lett. B76, 556 (1978).

45. Energy Dependence of Peripheral Reactions Induced by Heavy Ions, C.K. Gelbke, C.Olmer, M. Buenerd, D.L.
Hendrie, J. Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz and D.K. Scott, Phys. Reports 42C, 311 (1978).

46. Energy Dependence of Elastic Scattering and One-Nucleon Transfer Reactions Induced by 16O on 208Pb-II, C.
Olmer, M. Mermaz, M. Buenerd, C.K. Gelbke, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, D.K. Scott, M.H. Macfarlane and S.C. Pieper, Phys. Rev. C18, 205 (1978).

47. A Review of the Experimental Situation in Heavy Ion Physics, D.K. Scott, Summer School in Physics (Mexico,
1977), Instituto de Fisica, UNAM, Vol. 1, No. 5 (1978).

48. Heavy Ion Experiments, D.K. Scott, Lectures Presented at the Scottish Universities Summer School in Physics
(St. Andrews, 1977), eds., S.J. Hall and J.M. Irvine, SUSSP 1978, p. 557.

49. From Nuclei to Nucleons, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of 1st Oaxtepec Symposium on Nuclear Physics (Mexico
City, Mexico, January 3-5, 1978), Nota de Fisica, Vol. 1, 221 (1978).

50. The Current Experimental Situation in Heavy-Ion Reactions, D.K. Scott, Lectures delivered at the NATO/NSF
Advanced Studies Institute on Theoretical Methods in Medium-Energy and Heavy-Ion Physics, (Madison, Wisconsin, June 12-13, 1978), eds., K.W. McVoy and W.A. Friedman (Plenum Press, 1978) p.2 .

51. Masses of the Unbound Nuclei 16Ne, 15F, and 12O, G.J. Kekelis, M.S. Zisman, D.K. Scott, R. Jahn, D.J. Vieira,
Joseph Cerny, and F. Azjenberg-Selove, Phys. Rev. C17, (1979).

52. Fragmentation of 40Ar at 213 MeV/nucleon, Y.P. Viyogi, T.J.M. Symons, P. Doll, D.E. Greiner, H.H. Heckman,
D.L. Hendrie, P.J. Lindstrom, J. Mahoney, D.K. Scott, K. Van Bibber, G.D. Westfall, H. Wieman, H.J. Crawford, C. McParland and C.K. Gelbke, Phys. Rev. Lett. 42, 33 (1979).

53. Observations of New Neutron-Rich Isotopes by Fragmentation of 205 MeV/nucleon 40Ar Ions, T.J.M. Symons,
Y.P. Viyogi, G.D. Westfall, P. Doll, D.E. Greiner, H. Faraggi, P.J. Lindstrom and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. Lett. 42, 366 (1979).

54. Giant Resonance Studies with High Energy Heavy Ions, P. Doll, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, A. Menchaca-Rocha,
D.K. Scott, T.J.M. Symons, K. Van Bibber, Y.P. Viyogi, H. Wieman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 42, 366 (1979).

55. Energy Dependence of Multinucleon Transfer Reactions Induced by 20Ne on 12C, M.E. Ortiz, A. Dacal, A.
Menchaca-Rocha, M. Buenerd, D.L. Hendrie, J. Mahoney, C. Olmer and D.K. Scott, Phys. Lett. 84B, 63 (1979).

56. Production of Neutron Rich Nuclei by Fragmentation of 212 MeV/amu 48Ca, G.D. Westfall, T.J.M. Symons, D.E.
Greiner, H.H. Heckman, P.J. Lindstrom, J. Mahoney, A.C. Shotter, D.K. Scott, H.J. Crawford, C. McParland, T.C. Awes, C.K. Gelbke and J.M. Kidd, Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 1859 (1979).

57. Evidence for Orbital Dispersion in the Fragmentation of 16O at 90 and 120 MeV/nucleon, K. Van Bibber, D.L.
Hendrie, D.K. Scott, H.H. Wieman, L.S. Schroeder, J.V. Geaga, S.A. Chessin, R. Truehaft, J.Y. Grossiord, J.O. Rasmussen and C.Y. Wong, Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 840 (1979).

58. Observation of Isoscalar Giant Resonance Structures in Fission of 238U following Inelastic Scattering, A.C.
Shotter, C.K. Gelbke, T.C. Awes, B.B. Back, J. Mahoney, T.J.M. Symons and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. Lett. 43, 569 (1979).

59. Heavy Ion Reactions at Intermediate Energies, D.K. Scott, Physique des Ions Lourdes de 30 MeV par Nucleon,
Institute de Sciences Nucléaires de Grenoble, Serre-Chevalier (1979); ISN Publication.

60. Conference Summary of Symposium on Heavy Ion Physics from 10 to 200 MeV/nucleon, D.K. Scott,
Brookhaven National Laboratory Publication, BNL-5115 (1979), p. 905.

61. High Energy Proton Emission in Reactions Induced by 315 MeV 16O Ions, T.J.M. Symons, P. Doll, M. Bini, D.L.
Hendrie, J. Mahoney, G. Mantzouranis, D.K. Scott, K. Van Bibber, Y.P. Viyogi, H.H. Wieman, and C.K. Gelbke, Phys. Lett. 94B, 131 (1980).

62. Alpha Particle Emission in Peripheral Heavy Ion Reactions at 20 MeV/u, M. Bini, C.K. Gelbke, D.K. Scott,
T.J.M. Symons, P. Doll, D.L. Hendrie, J.J. Laville, J. Mahoney, M.C. Mermaz, C. Olmer, K. Van Bibber, H.J. Wieman, Phys. Rev. C22, 1945 (1980).

63. "Nuclear Physics", D.K. Scott, McGraw Hill Year Book of Science and Technology, ed. by S. Parker (McGraw-
Hill Inc., 1980) pp. 290-293.

64. Towards Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions: By Small Steps Toward the Stars, D.K. Scott, Prog. in Particle and
Nuclear Physics, Vol. 4 (1980), pp. 5-94.

65. Lectures on Physics with Heavy Ions at High Energy, Department de Physique Nucléaire de Saclay, Paris,
France, June 1980.

66. Nuclear Collisions at Intermediate Energies, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of the International School on Nuclear
Structure, Alushta, Crimea, ed. by V. Soloviev (1980), p. 297.

67. Fission of 238U Induced by Inelastic Scattering of 120 MeV _ Particles, B. Back, A.C. Shotter, T.J.M. Symons, A.
Bice, C.K. Gelbke, T.C. Awes, and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. C23, 1105 (1981).

68. Bragg Curve Spectroscopy, C.R. Gruhn, M. Bini, R. Legrain, R. Loveman, W. Pang, M. Roach, D.K. Scott, A.C.
Shotter, T.J.M. Symons, J. Wouters, M. Zisman, R. DeVries, Y.C. Peng and W. Sondheim, Nucl. Inst. & Meth. 196, 33 (1981).

69. Comparison of Non-Compound Neutron and Proton Emission in 16O Induced Reactions on 238U at 210 MeV, J.
Kasagi, S. Saini, T.C. Awes, A. Galonsky, C.K. Gelbke, G. Poggi, D.K. Scott, K.L. Wolf and R. Legrain, Phys. Lett. 104B, 434 (1981).

71. Nuclear Collisions at Intermediate Energy, D.K. Scott, Nucl. Phys. A354, 375 (1981).

72. Proceedings of the Conference on Extreme States in Nuclear Systems, Conference Summary, D.K. Scott,
Publication ZFK 430, eds., H. Prade and S. Tesch, (1981) p. 232.

73. Light Particle Emission in Heavy Ion Collisions, D.K. Scott, Dynamics of Heavy Ion Collisions, eds., N. Cindro,
R. Ricci and W. Greiner, (North Holland, 1981) p. 241.

74. Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of European Physical Society Conference on
Nuclear and Atomic Physics with Heavy Ions (Romania), eds., M. Ivascu, D. Bucarescu and I.S. Dorobantu (1981) p. 119.

75. Conference Summary, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of European Physical Society Conference on Nuclear and Atomic
Physics with Heavy Ions (Romania), eds., M. Ivascu, D. Bucarescu, and I.S. Dorobantu (1981).

76. Energy Dependence of Nuclear Matter Disassembly in Heavy Ion Collisions, G.D. Westfall, B.V. Jacak, N.
Anantaraman, M.W. Curtin, G.M. Crawley, C.K. Gelbke, B. Hasselquist, W.G. Lynch, D.K. Scott, M.B. Tsang, M.J. Murphy, T.J.M. Symons, R. Legrain, and T.J. Majors, Phys. Lett. 116B, 118 (1982).

77. "Spallation", D.K. Scott in McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology (April, 1982).

77. "Extreme States in Nuclear Systems", D.K. Scott, Proceedings of the 5th General Conference of the European
Physical Society (Istanbul, 1981) "Trends in Physics", edited by I.A. Dorobantu, European Physical Society Publication (1982), p. 91.

78. "The Dissassembly of Nuclear Matter", D.K. Scott, Proceedings of the Winter School on Theoretical Aspects of
Heavy Ion Collisions (Hirschegg, Kleinwalsertal, Austria, 1982), Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations X, ed., H. Feldmeier (1982), p. 58.

79. Liquid-Gas Phase Instabilities in Nuclear Systems, M.W. Curtin, H. Toki, and D.K. Scott, Phys. Lett. 123B, 289
(1983).

80. Measurement of Complex Fragments and Clues to the Entropy Production from 42-137-MeV/nucleon Ar + Au,
B.V. Jacak, G.D. Westfall, C.K. Gelbke, L.H. Harwood, W.G. Lynch, D.K. Scott, H. Stoecker, and M.B. Tsang, Phys. Rev. Lett. 51, 1846 (1983).

81. Excitation of Resonance-Like Structures in Low Energy Heavy-Ion Collisions by Quasi-Free Scattering, N.
Matsushita, H. Toki and D.K. Scott, Nucl. Phys. A410, 327 (1983).

82. A Study of the 26Mg(12C,12B)26Al Charge-Exchange Reaction, A. Etchegoyen, D. Sinclair, S. Liu, M.C.
Etchegoyen, D.K. Scott and D.L. Hendrie, Nucl. Phys. A397, 343 (1983).

83. Proceedings on the International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (MSU, 1982), eds., G.F. Bertsch,
C.K. Gelbke and D.K. Scott, Nuclear Physics A 400 (1983).

84. Nuclear Collisions at Intermediate Energies, Proceedings of International School on Heavy Ion Physics and
Nuclear Physics (Catania, Sicily, 1983), Nuclear Physics A 409, 291C, (1983).

85. Critical Phenomena at Low Temperature, D.K. Scott, Proceedings of the 6th High Energy Heavy Ion Study and
2nd Workshop on Anomalons (Berkeley, 1983), Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory Publication LBL-16281.

86. Light Particle Spectra from 35 MeV/nucleon 12C-Induced Reactions on 197Au, G.D. Westfall, Z.M. Koenig, B.V.
Jacak, L.H. Harwood, G.M. Crawley, M.W. Curtin, C.K. Gelbke, B. Hasselquist, W.G. Lynch, A.D. Panagiotou, D.K. Scott, H. Stoecker and M.B. Tsang, Phys. Rev. C29, 861 (1984).

87. Response Functions of 58Ni, 116Sn, and 208Pb to the Excitation of Intermediate-Energy _-Particles, B. Bonin, N.
Alamanos, B. Berthier, G. Bruge, H. Faraggi, D. Legrand, J.C. Lugol, W. Mittig, L. Papineau, A.I. Yavin, D.K. Scott, M. Levine, J. Arvieux, L. Farvacque and M. Buenerd, Nucl. Phys. A430 (1984).

88. Experimental Evidence for a Liquid-Gas Phase Transition in Nuclear Systems, A.D. Panagiotou, M.W. Curtin, H.
Toki, D.K. Scott and P.J. Siemens, Phys. Rev. Lett. 52, 7 (1984).

89. Fragmentation Instabilities in Nuclear Systems, A.D. Panagiotou, M.W. Curtin and D.K. Scott, Phys. Rev. C31,
55 (1985).

90. "Nuclear Instabilities", D.K. Scott, Lectures at International School of Heavy Ion Physics, 1st Course: Frontiers I
in Nuclear Dynamics, Ettore Majorana Centre for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily, 1984, eds., R. A. Broglia and C. H. Dasso, Plenum Press (1985), pp. 369-377.

91. Proceedings of 1st International Conference on Local Equilibrium in Strong Interaction Physics (Marburg, 1984),
eds., R. Weiner and D.K. Scott, World Scientific (1985).

93. "Science is a Liberating Art", article in MSU Alumni Magazine, Spring 1985, p. 15.

94. Commencement Addresses by Faculty and Recent Graduates of MSU, Fall and Winter Terms 1979-1984, D.K.
Scott, Winter Term 1982, p. 25. MSU Publication (1985).

95. Proceedings of the 3rd Advanced Materials Workshop on Laser Applications in Advanced Materials and
Mechanics, Traverse City, 1985, M.S.U. Publications, 1986.

96. Proceedings of the Workshop on Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Physics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1985.
ORNL Publication CONF-8509176, P.S-1.

97. Lectures on Critical Phenomena in Nuclear Systems at 2nd International School on Nuclear Physics, Ettore
Majorana Center for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily, 1985, ed. A. Faessler, Pergamon Press (1985).

98. Fragment Production in Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions, B.V. Jacak, G.D. Westfall, G.M. Crawley,
D.Fox, C.K. Gelbke, L.H. Harwood, B.E. Hasselquist, W.G. Lynch, D.K. Scott, H. Stocker, M.B. Tsang, G. Buchwald and T.J.M. Symons, Phys. Rev. C35, 1751 (1987).

99. Inclusive Fragment Production in 32S Induced Reactions on NATAg and 197Ag at 30 MeV/nucleon, A. Lleres, C.
Guet, D. Heuer, M. Maurel, C. Ristor, F. Schussler, M.W. Curtin and D.K. Scott, Phys. Lett. B185, 336 (1987).

100. "Paradigms Lost and Regained", article in MSU Alumni Magazine, Fall 1990, pp. 16-19.

101. "The Faculty Role in the University-Based Residential Continuing Education Center," Proceedings of the
Kellogg Conference on University-Based Residential Continuing Education, published by College of Continuing Education of University of Oklahoma, 1992, pp. 145-165.

102. Transforming Scholarship, David K. Scott and Susan M. Awbrey, in Change, July/August, 1993, pg. 38.

103. The Third Transformation: Universities into the Next Century. In “Bridging the Atlantic”,
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference of the American Association of University Administrators, (Pp.24-32). Dublin, Ireland: AAUA, September 1993, with Susan Awbrey.

104. "The Transformation of the University," David K. Scott and Susan M. Aubrey, Proceedings of the Conference on
Women in Science and Engineering, Council on Institutional Cooperation, Bloomington, Indiana, 1993 (127 page monograph bound separately).

105. Knowledge into Wisdom: Incorporating Inherent Values and Benefits to Construct a Wise
University, Awbrey, S. & Scott, D. K. in To Improve the Academy, New Forums Press, Inc., Oklahoma,1994,p. 161
.
106. “Transforming the University for the Information Age,” David K. Scott and Susan M. Awbrey, The Faverman Group Newsletter, Michigan, April, 1995.

107. “Transformation of the University: Implications for the Future of Higher Education,” David K.
Scott, Susan M. Awbrey and Virginia Vincenti , in Teaching in Land Grant and State Universities: New Perspectives in Human Science, edited by Penny Ralston and Virginia Vincenti, National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, Monograph, 1997
.
108. The Connected University: Building Community in a Pluralistic World. Paper presented at “The Engaged
Campus: Organizing to Serve Society’s Needs”, American Association for Higher Education National Conference on Higher Education, Washington, D. C., Awbrey, S. M. & Scott, D. K., (March 1995).

109. Educating Critical Thinkers for a Democratic Society. Paper presented at “Critical Thinking: The Reform of Education and The New Global Economic Realities”, Thirteenth Annual International Conference of The Center for Critical Thinking, Rohnert, CA, Awbrey, S. M. and Scott, D. K., (August 1993).

110. Creating Integrative Universities for the Twenty First Century. The University of the Twenty-First Century. 19th
Annual Europen Association for Institutional Research (EAIR) Forum, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, Awbrey S. M. and Scott, D. K., (August 1997).

111. “Put to the Test: Teacher Education Faces Greater Accountability Standards.” Article in Case Currents,
February, 2000.

112. “Spirituality in an Integrative Age,” in Education as Transformation, Religious Pluralism, Spirituality and a New Vision for Higher Education in America, edited by Victor H. Kazanjian, Jr. and Peter L. Laurence, Peter Lang Publisher, 2000.

113. “Making Space for Spirit in the Department,” Vachel Miller and David K. Scott, The Department Chair: A Resource for Academic Administrators, Winter 2001, Vol. 11, No. 3., p. 22.

114. “Learning in an Integrative Age: The University of Communication,” in The Sixth Oympiad of the Mind: The Next Communication Civilization, The International S.T.E.P.S. Foundation, edited by Epimenidis D. Haidemenakis, 2001.

115. “Filling in the Moat Around the Ivory Tower,” in Learning to Serve: Promoting Civil Society Through Service Learning, Scott, D. K. and Miller, V., by Kluwer Academic Publishers, Norwell, MA 2001.

116 “General Education for an Integrative Age”: Higher Education Policy 15 (2002) 7-18. Pergamon Press

117 “Spirituality in Higher Education: an Integrative View,” in Kosmos-An Integral Approach to Global Awakening,
Spring 2004.

118 “Integrative Learning and Action: a Call to Wholeness,” eds. Susan M. Awbrey, Diane Dana, Phyllis Robinson,.
Merle Ryan, Vachel Miller and David K. Scott, Peter Lang Publishing, 2006.

119 “Science and Spirituality,” in Searching for Spirituality in Higher Education, eds. Sherry L. Hoppe and Bruce
W. Speck. Peter Lang Publishing, 2007.



g) Invited Talks: State, National and International


1. High Energy Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, Symposium on Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions (Argonne, 1973).

2. Multinucleon Transfer Reactions, International Conference on Nuclear Physics (Munich, 1973).

3. Analysis of High Energy Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, Symposium on Classical and Quantum Mechanical
Aspects of Heavy-Ion Collisions (Heidelberg, 1974).

4. New Aspects of Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions, International Conference on Cluster Structure of Nuclei and
Transfer Reactions Induced by Heavy-Ions (Tokyo, 1975).

5. The Use of Heavy-Ion Transfer Reactions in the Region of 10 MeV/nucleon, APS Meeting (Knoxville, Tennessee, 1975).

6. Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at Medium Energy, Third Summer Study on High Energy Heavy-Ion Physics
(Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1976).

7. Exotic Nuclear Reactions in the Light Elements, American Chemical Society (San Francisco, 1976).

8. Low Energy Heavy-Ion Fragmentation Reactions, SuperHILAC/Bevalac Users Meetings (Berkeley, 1977).

9. Lectures on Heavy-Ion Reactions, Latin American Summer School on Physics (Mexico City, 1977).

10. Lectures on Heavy-Ion Experiments, Scottish Universities Summer School (St. Andrews, 1977).

11. From Nuclei to Nucleons, 1st Oaxtepec Symposium on Nuclear Physics (Mexico, 1978).

12. Lectures on the Current Experimental Situation in Heavy Ion Reactions, NATO-NSF Advanced Study Institute
on Theoretical Methods in Medium Energy and Heavy-Ion Physics (Madison, 1978).

13. Energy Dissipation in Heavy Ion Reactions, Meeting of the Division of Nuclear Physics, APS (Asilomar, 1978).

14. Toward Asymptoia: Direct Reactions Beyond 10 MeV/nucleon, HHIRF ORNL Users Meeting (ORNL, 1978).

15. Heavy Ion Experiments, Address to the Italian Physical Society at the LXIV Congresso Nazionale, Societa
Italiana de Fisica (Sienna, 1978).

16. Lectures on "Towards Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions", International School on Nuclear Physics, "Ettore
Majorana" (Erice, Sicily, 1978).

17. Lectures on "Transition from Low Energy to Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions", Twelfth Summer School on
Nuclear Physics-Study of Nuclear Structure by means of Nuclear Reactions (Mikolajki, Poland, 1979).

18. Lectures on "Direct Reactions with Heavy Ions" Summer School on Heavy Ion Physics at a Few Tens of
MeV/nucleon (Serre-Chevalier, France, 1979).

19. Summary speaker, Symposium on Heavy Ion Physics from 10 to 200 MeV/nucleon (Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1979).

20. Microscopic Aspects of Relativistic Nuclear Collisions, Workshop on Nuclear Collisions at 10 to 200
MeV/nucleon (Copenhagen, 1979).

21. Nuclear Physics with Heavy Ions at High Energies, Workshop on the MIMAS Project (Saclay, Paris, 1980).

22. Lectures on Giant Resonances, Topical Meeting on Heavy Ion Collisions, International Center for Theoretical
Physics (Miramare, Trieste, 1980).

23. Summary Speaker, International Conference on Extreme States in Nuclear Systems (Dresden, GDR, 1980).

24. Nuclear Physics at Relativistic Energies, Institute of Physics Meeting on Trends in Nuclear Structure Physics
(Manchester, 1980).
25. Lectures on Heavy Ion Reactions at Intermediate Energies, International School on Nuclear Structure (Alushta, Crimea, 1980).

26. Nuclear Collisions at Intermediate Energy, International Conference on Nuclear Structure (Berkeley, California,1980).

27. Light Particle Emission in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions, 3rd Adriatic Europhysics Study Conference on
"Dynamics of Heavy Ion Collisions" (Hvar, Yugoslavia, 1981).

28. Heavy Ion Collisions at Intermediate Energy, Conference of the European Physical Society, (Nuclear Physics
Division) on "Nuclear and Atomic Physics with Heavy Ions" (Bucharest, Romania, 1981).

29. Summary Address, European Physical Society Conference on "Nuclear and Atomic Physics with Heavy Ions"(Bucharest, Romania, 1981).

30. Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions, Annual Congress of the Canadian Association of Physicists (Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1981).

31. Plenary Address on Extreme States in Nuclear Matter, European Physical Society 5th General Conference,
"Trends in Physics" (Istanbul, Turkey, 1981).

32. The Disassembly of Nuclear Matter, XX International Winter Meeting on Nuclear Physics (Bormio, Italy, 1982).

32. Emission of Complex Fragments in Heavy Ion Collisions, Winter School on Theoretical Aspects of Heavy Ion
Collisions (Hirschegg, Austria, 1982).

34. Commencement Address, (Michigan State University, Winter 1982).

35. College of Natural Science, Distinguished Alumni Lecture on "When Nuclei Collide,” (MichiganState University, 1982).

36. National Merit Scholars Day Lecture on "Cyclotrons for Science, Culture and Society,” (Michigan
State University, 1982).

37. "What can we hope to learn from 20 to 200 MeV/nucleon ?", Nuclear Structure Gordon Conference (New Hampshire 1982).

38 Rapporteur for Panel on "Workshop on Need for Electro-magnetically Separated Isotopes" (Research
Applications in Physics and Chemistry) (1982).

39. Nuclear Collisions at Intermediate Energies, International Conference on Heavy Ion Physics and Nuclear Physics (Catania, Sicily, 1983).

40. Lecture to Free Masons Society, "The MSU Cyclotron," (1983).

41. Critical Phenomena in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions at Intermediate Energy, 6th High Energy Heavy Ion Study
and 2nd Workshop on Anomalons (Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, 1983).

42. Review Lecture on Nuclear Physics at 2nd Symposium on Pan-American Collaboration in Experimental Physics
(Rio de Janeiro, 1983)

.43. Critical Phenomena in Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Collisions, Symposium on Current Trends in Heavy Ion
Reaction Studies held in conjunction with the American Chemical Society National Meeting (Washington, D.C., August 1983).

44. Lecture to Faculty Folk on "Research at NSCL,” (Michigan State University, 1983).

45. Lecture to Tau Sigma Society on "In Search of El Dorado," (Michigan State University, 1983).

46. Lecture on "Science as Writer" series: Writing Science in the Real World (Michgan State University, 1983).

47. Lectures on "Nuclear Instabilities" at International School of Heavy Ion Physics, 1st Course: Frontiers in Nuclear
Dynamics, Ettore Majorana Center for Scientific Culture (Erice, Sicily, 1984).

48. Colloquium on "Phase Transitions in Nuclear Systems" to Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of
Madison-Wisconsin (1984).

49. Summary Address, International Conference on Nuclear Physics, On the Occasion of the Golden Jubilee of the
Indian National Science Academy (Bombay, India, 1984).

50. Lecture to Omnicron Nu, "The Pursuit of Excellence," (Michigan State University, 1984).

51. College of Natural Science Commencement Address, (Michigan State University, Spring, 1984).

52. Lecture to Staff at National Superconducting Cycletron Laboratory on "Why Build Cyclotrons,"(Michigan State University, 1984).

53. Lecture to Phi Kappa Phi on "Educational Technology," (Michigan State University, 1984).
54. Centennial Review Lecture on "Knowledge for Survival," (Michigan State University, 1984).

55. Lecture to Honors Natural Science Students on "The Science of Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Michigan State University, 1984).

56. Lectures on "Critical Phenomena in Nuclear Systems" at International School on Nuclear Physics, Ettore
Majorana Center for Scientific Culture (Erice, Sicily, 1985).
57. Opening Address, "When Heavy Ions Collide", 2nd International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Visby, Sweden, 1985).

58. Colloquium on "When Nuclei Collide" to Department of Physics (University of Pennsylvania 1985).

59. Closing Address, at 2nd International Conference on Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (Visby, Sweden, 1985).

60. Summary Panelist in Workshop on Intermediate Energy Heavy Ion Physics, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Tennessee, 1985).

61. Panel Member in Symposium on "Medievalizing of Modern Culture", Department of English (Michigan State University 1985).

62. Opening Address to the 3rd Advanced Materials Workshop on Laser Applications in Advanced Materials and
Mechanics (Traverse City, Michigan, September 1985).

63. Colloquium on "Extreme States in Nuclear Systems" to Department of Physics, University of Arizona (Tucson, Arizona, November 1985).

64. Lectures to Evening College, Evenings with the Profs, "When Nuclei Collide," (Michigan State University, 1985).

65. Lecture to Honors Geology Students on Nuclear Science (Michigan State University, 1985).

66. "Towards Equilibrium in Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions", Survey Lecture at Second International Workshop on
Local Equilibrium in Strong Interaction Physics (Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 1986).

67. Lecture to faculty and students at University of Wisconsin at OshKosh on "Disturbing the University" (1986).

68. Lecture to Science Faculty and Students at University of Wisconsin at Osh-Kosh on "Science as a Liberating Art" (1986).

69. Colloquium on "Extreme States in Nuclear Systems" to Department of Physics, (State University of New York at Buffalo March 1986).

70. Lecture to College of Education "Change in Academe," (Michigan State University, 1986).

71. Panelist on "Influencing Disability Management: A Michigan Strategy," Disability Management ProjectConference (East Lansing, Michigan, 1987).

72. College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Commencement Address, (Michigan State University, 1987).

73. College of James Madison Commencement Address, (Michigan State University, 1987).

74. Lecture to Zwarensteyn Group on "Nuclear Science," (Michigan State University, 1987).

75. Lecture to Retirees Group, "Developments in Education," (Michigan State University, 1987).

76. Lecture to Sigma Xi, "Companions in Zealous Research," (Michigan State University, 1987).

77. The Kedzie Lectures, "Research at the MSU National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory,” (Michigan State University, 1987).

78. Panelist at Second Workshop on Curricular Review, Committee on Institutional Cooperation, University of
Wisconsin, "Research in the Biological Sciences and the Quality of Undergraduate and Graduate Education" (1988).

79. Lecture to East Lansing Chapter of Kiwanis, "Trends in Education" East Lansing, Michigan (1988)
.
80. Commencement Address, (Lansing Community College 1988).

81. Robert Burns Celebration Address, "Educating for a Lifetime" (Lansing, Michigan, 1988).

82. Panel speaker on "Assessment," Michigan Manpower III Conference (1988).

83. Lecture to Lansing Rotary Club, "Michigan State: The Future Through the Lens of the Past" (1988).

84. Lecture on "The Early Stages of Curricular Change in a Multiversity," at Conference on Rethinking the Curriculum (San Diego, California 1989).

85. Lecture to Kellogg Foundation Staff on "The Future of Land Grant/AAU Universities" (July 1989).

86. Lecture on "Changing Social Role in Higher Education", NASULGC Council on Academic Affairs, Summer
Meeting (Chateau Montebello, Montreal, Canada, August 1989).

87. Panelist on Michigan Conference of NAACP: "80 Years Later -- The Struggle Continues: Campus Racialism –
Unrest or At Rest" (September 1989).

88. Lecture to Rotary Club, Holland, Michigan, "The Once and Future University" (September 1989).

89. Lecture to Rotary Club, East Lansing, "The University in Transition" (October 1989).

90. Lecture to Calhoun County Alumni Association, "The Land Grant University of the Future" (October 1989)
.
91. Panelist on Conference for Martin Luther King Jr., Cesar Chavez, Rosa Parks Scholars and Fellows, (1989).

92. Panelist on “Guaranteeing Our Future,” Black Student Success in the 90's (1990).

93. Respondent in Symposium on Science, Reason and Modern Democracy: Medieval Christianity - Its
Inventiveness in Technology and Science by Father S.L. Jaki (1990).
94. Panelist in 1990 Hispanic Education Conference (Lansing, Michigan, 1990).

95. Address to Fall Faculty Meeting, Purdue University, "Higher Education in the 21st Century" (September 1990).

96. Presentation on "Faculty Development," NASULGC Council on Academic Affairs, Summer meeting, (Long
Beach, California, August 1990).

97. Moderator of Panel on Newman's Idea of a University as a Guide for Academic Administration: A Colloquy in
Honor of John Newman - A Bridge to People of Goodwill (East Lansing, Michigan, September 1990).

98. Speaker on "The Connected University," Michigan Campus Compact and Michigan State University Public and
Community Service Conference (December 1990).

99. Seminar to Sigma Xi on Integrative Studies (Michigan State University, 1990).

100. Address to Excellence in Leadership Conference (MSU National Alumni Leaders), "Fine Tuning a World Class
Institution--the MSU Destiny" (January 1991).

101. Address on "Michigan Issues: Rethinking University Degree Requirements," at 6th Annual Conference as
Liberal Arts Network for Development (February 1991).

102. Address on "Strategic Planning at Michigan State University," CIC Academic Leadership Program, (Northwestern University, February 1991).

103. Address on "The Faculty Role in the University-based Residential Continuing Education Center," at Kellogg
Conference on University Based Residential Continuing Education, the University of Oklahoma (February 1991).

104. Address on "General Education Revitalization," to Faculty Senate at (California State Polytechnic University,
Pomona, May 1991).

105. Moderator for Panel on Socialization of Faculty: Faculty Rewards and Faculty Loyalty, NASULGC Council on
Academic Affairs -- Chief Academic Officers Summer Meeting (Williamsburg, Virginia, August 3-6, 1991).

106. Keynote Address on "Multidimensional Excellence: the Challenge to University Leadership," Executive Seminar
for Leaders of Research Universities, Michigan State University and Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Kellogg Center (Michigan State University, June 1991).

107. Keynote Address on "Teaching at a Major Research University" to Faculty at University of Wisconsin, Madison,
Symposium Examining a Continuum of Quality of Education (September 1991).

108. Address on "Financing the Research Enterprise," Annual Meeting of Council for Chemical Research (Midland, Michigan, October 1991)
.
109. Panel Member on "Scholarship Reconsidered" at the Speech Communication Association Conference (Atlanta,
Georgia, October 31-November 3, 1991).

110. Address on "Making Adult Education Part of the Mission" at Professional Development Conference, Kansas City
Regional Council for Higher Education (Kansas City, Missouri, November 5, 1991).

111. Panelist on "The Challenges of Living and Learning Within a Diverse Community," ASMSU Cross Cultural
Week (Michigan State University, May 1991).
112. Speaker at Faculty Folk Fall Meeting, "Towards the Millennium," (Michigan State University,November 1991.

113. Keynote Address on "Outreach in a Modern Land Grant University," at Annual Meeting of Faculty at (University of Georgia, January1992).

114. Moderator of Panel on Career Planning at Michigan Higher Education Institute Roundtable on Policy Forum on
Higher Education for Leaders in Higher Education, Government, K-12 Education and Business. Also summary speaker on the forum,January 1992.

115. Keynote Address, "An Institutional Perspective on Retention," CIC Conference on Retention, (Michigan State University, February 1992).

116. Keynote Address, "Issues in Higher Education," CIC Academic Leadership Seminar, (University of Illinois at
Chicago, February 1992).

117. Panelist on "Faculty Evaluation and Incentives," NASULGC Council on Academic Affairs, (Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 1992).

118. "Education and Democracy," Address to delegates at Michigan Freedom Academy (Alpena, Michigan, August 1992).

119. Keynote Address, "The Transformation of the University," at CIC Conference on Women in Science and
Engineering (Bloomington, Indiana, October 1992).

120. Address on "Encourage Mission and Diversity: Teaching versus Research" at 4th Annual University-Industry
Conference -- The Changing Role of Engineers, (Motorola University, Schaumburg, Illinois, September 1992).

121. Panelist on "Provosts' Perspectives on Funding Departments of Communication," Meeting of the Speech
Communication Association (Chicago, Illinois, October 1992).

122. Respondent on Symposium on Science, Reason and Democracy, James Madison College, Michigan State
University, Multiculturalism by C. Vann Woodward (September 1992).

123. Address on "A Perspective on Living and Learning in the Orkney Islands” to the Scottish group of Central
Michigan University, Kellogg Center, (November 1, 1992).

124. Participation as Guest for Scientist - Poet Discussions in Telecommunications - 810, Policy Analysis, (Michigan State University, 1992).

125. Participation in Animal Science 890 - Graduate Student Survival, (Michigan State University, 1992).

126. Invited Talk on "Academic Values and Faculty Rewards" at American Association for Higher Education Forum
on Faculty Roles and Rewards, San Antonio, Texas (January 29-31, 1993.).

127. Panelist on "Effective Communication to Constituents by Colleges and Universities" at American Association for
Higher Education Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards, San Antonio, Texas (January 29-31, 1993.)

128. Address on "The Once and Future University" to CIC (Committee on Institutional Cooperation) Academic
Leadership Seminar (University of Michigan, February 1993).

129. "The Culture of Scholarship," Keynote Address at the Faculty Conference at University of Guam, (April 16, 1993).

130. "Transforming Scholarship" Address to Administrative Leadership at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, May 7, 1993)
.
131. "Restructuring the University" Address to Academic Leadership Group at Virginia Polytechnic and State University (June 2, 1993).

132. Keynote Address. “The Future of American Higher Education: Implications for Faculty Rewards,” at Conference

on Institutional Priorities and Faculty Rewards, Minnowbrook Conference Center, Blue Mountain Lake (Syracuse University, N.Y, July 25, 1993).

133. Educating Critical Thinkers for a Democratic Society. Paper presented at “Critical Thinking: The Reform of Education & The New Global Economic Realities”, Thirteenth Annual International Conference of the Center for Critical Thinking, Rohnert, C. A., Scott, D. K. and Awbrey, S. M. (August 1993).

134. The Third Transformation: Universities into the next century. In “Bridging the Atlantic”, Proceedings of the
Fourth International Conference of the American Association of Univesity Administrators, (pp. 24-32). Dublin, Ireland: AAUA., Scott, D. K. and Awbrey, S. M. (September 1993).

135. Address on "Transforming Scholarship", at Regional Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards, AAHE Forum
and New England Resource Center for Higher Education, New England Center at (University New Hampshire, October 15-16, 1993).

136. Address on "Transforming Scholarship" at the Council on Academic Affairs at the NASULGC
Annual Meeting (November 12, 1993).

137. Colloquium on Transforming Universities, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of
Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, (December, 1993).

138. Speaker on “Towards a Multicultural Community,” at Affirmative Action Open House Celebration Conference, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts (February, 1994).

139. Keynote Address. “Towards a New Scholarly Community,” at Lilly Endowment Teaching Fellows
Program (New Harmony, Indiana, April 9 and 10, 1994
).
140. Address on "Teaching in Land Grant and State Universities: A New Paradigm" to the
Association of Administrators of Home Economics and Boards on Home Economics at the NASULGC Annual Meeting (Chicago, Illinois, November 5, 1994).

141. Speaker on “Faculty and Staff Issues” at the American Council on Education and the
Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom Seminar (Miami, Florida, December 8-11, 1994).

142. Plenary Speaker on "Leadership for Change" at AAHE Forum on Faculty Roles and Rewards: From My Work to Our Work--Realizing College and University Purposes (Phoenix, Arizona, January 19-22, 1995).

143. Speaker on “The Connected University: Building Community in a Pluralistic World,” with S.
Awbrey at American Association of Higher Education Meeting on The Engaged Campus, (Washington, DC, March 19-22, 1995).

144. Transforming Scholarship and the Struggle Toward Wisdom. Paper presentation at Siena Heights College
Faculty Conference: A New Vision of the College of the 21st Century, Adrian, MI, Scott, D. K. and Awbrey,
S. M. (May 3, 1995).

145. Panelist on “Why You Can’t Ignore Women’s Agendas in the Changing University” at the American Council on
Education Presidents Conference on the New Agenda for Women in Higher Education (University of California at Los Angeles, June 22-24, 1995).

146. Speaker on “The Future of Higher Education” at the American Council on Education Regional
Conference, ACE Fellows Program, Boston, Massachusetts, June 7-9, 1995.


147. Presentation on “The University, Strategic Planning and Society” to the Hokkaido-Massachusetts
Society, Sapporo, Japan, July 24, 1995.

148. Panelist on “Changing Institutional Priorities: Making Research Universities More Student Centered,” at 1995
National Forum on Education Commission of the States, Denver, Colorado, July 9-12, 1995.

149. The Odland Lecture at the University of Tennessee, “Information, Knowledge and Wisdom in the University of the Future,” Knoxville, Tennessee, September 28-29, 1995.

149. Presenter on “Presidential Leadership in International Education,” at American Council on Education Network
for International Education, Washington, DC, October 15-16, 1995.

151. Address at Purdue University on “Learning to Change,” Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana, October 18-19, 1995.


152. Seminar on “Leadership in Changing Times: the Science of Administration,” University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 21, 1995.

153. Presenter on “The Connected University” at American Council on Education Regional Seminar on Higher Education: Collaboration and Partnerships for Change, Boston, Massachusetts, November 5-7, 1995.

154. Seminar on “The Importance of Education,” at Community Service Forum, Orange, Massachusetts, November 30, 1995.
155 Moderator on American Council on Education Panel, “North American Linkages that Work,”San Diego,California, February 19, 1996.

156. Keynote Address “Integrative Education” at SABES System for Adult Basic Education Support
Conference on Fostering Connections, Massachusetts, March 8, 1996.

157. Address on “Transnational Education” to East Coast Chapter of the Linacre College Society,
University of Oxford, New York, March 23, 1996.

158. Presentation on “Sailing Between Scylla and Charybdis; Extreme Polarization in Academe,” at
American Council on Education Seminar, Washington, DC, June 2-7, 1996.

159. Address on “Higher Education and Broader Expectations,” to American Colleges of Pharmacy Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada, July 16, 1996.

160. Address on “Neodisciplinarity Where? The Transcultural Transversity,” with Susan M. Awbrey at
the Academy of Management Symposium on Organization, Development and Change, Division of the Academy of Management, Cincinnati, Ohio, August 11-14, 1996.

161. Address on “Continuity, Change and Community,” at Harvest Home Celebration, North Ronaldsay, Orkney,
Scotland, November 8, 1996.

162. Keynote Address on “Harnessing Change-Infinite Opportunity,” at Massachusetts Chapter of the
National Society of Fund Raising Executives, Springfield, Massachusetts, November 14, 1996.163. Panelist on “In Search of Merit,” for the Board on Access and Opportunity and Community and World Relations,

of the Commission on Human Resources and Social Change, at the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC); Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, November 18-20, 1996.

164. Address on “Faculty Roles and Rewards,” at the Forum of the American Association of Higher Education
(AAHE), “San Diego, California, January 16-17, 1997.

165. Seminar on “Faith and Reason” at the Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies (ISIS), Amherst,
Massachusetts, January 23, 1997.

166. Lecture on “Leadership in Changing Times,” at School of Education, Social Justice Program 295, University of
Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 11, 1997.

167. Plenary Address on “Leadership for Learning: Faculty Roles in Distance Education,” at Chancellor’s Symposium on Policy and Distance Education, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland,m March 12-13, 1997.

168. Seminar Speaker on “Faith and Reason”, at the God & Science Discussion Group, The Ark Church, April 22, 1997.

169. Plenary Address on “Faculty Roles in the Future,” at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic
Leadership Program on “The University of the Future: Motivating Change,” at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, April 24-26, 1997.

170. Presentation on “Creating Integrative Universities for the Twenty-First Century” at the 19th EAIR Forum at the
University of Warwick, United Kingdom, August 26-30, 1997.

171. Opening Plenary Address “No Science is an Island” at the Orkney Science Festival, Kirkwall, Orkney,
September 5, 1997.

172. Inaugural Speaker “Against the Wind”, at the Joseph and Laura Grimond Memorial Lecture, St. Magnus
Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney, September 7, 1997.

173. Seminar on “Learning to Change,” University of Massachusetts Administrative Conference, President’s Office,
Boston, MA, October 22, 1997.

174. Plenary Address on “Organizational Learning: Implications for the Academic Life” at American Association for
Higher Education Sixth Annual Faculty Roles and Rewards Conference, Orlando, FL with Susan M. Awbrey, January/February 1998.

175. Moderator on American Council on Education Panel, “How Can We Increase International Collaboration in
Higher Education?” Institutional Experiences and the Role of Associations, San Francisco, CA, February 8-10, 1998.

176. Address on “Learning by Heart: The Integrative University,” Forum on Transforming Higher Education,
University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, March 20, 1998.

177. “Education for Life,” Community Seminar, First Universalist Church, Orange, Massachusetts,
April 1, 1998

178. “Learning to Change: The University as a Learning Organization,” CIC Academic Leadership Program,
Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, April 17, 1998.

179. A Conversation on “Faculty Roles in the Transversity of the Transcultural World of the Future,” CIC Academic
Leadership Program, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, April 17, 1998.

180. Address on “Learning Without Boundaries,” to Faculty, Staff and Students at the University of Nuevo Leone,
Monterrey, Mexico, June 12, 1998.

181. Invited participant in the Society of Organizational Learning Course by Peter Senge et. al. as part of a University
initiative to create a Collaboration of Integrative Universities, Bedford, Massachusetts, September 21-25, 1998.

182. Keynote Speaker on “Leadership and Human Resources” at the Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC)
Academic Leadership Program, University of Illinois, October 29-31, 1998.

183. Workshop Speaker and Organizer with Richard Ross, Susan Awbrey on “Institutional Change: Implementing
Learning Organization Concepts in the Academy,” American Association of Higher Education Conference on Faculty Roles and Rewards, The Academic Calling, San Diego, California, January 21-24, 1999.

184. Opening Introduction to the Seventh American Association of Higher Education Conference on Faculty Roles

and Rewards on “The Academic Calling: Changing Commitments and Complexities,” San Diego, California, January 21-24, 1999.

185. Department of Educational Policy, Research and Administration Colloquium on the “1998 UNESCO World
Conference on Higher Education in the 21st Century--Vision and Action,” January 25, 1999.

186. Panelist on Forum, “Darwinian Evolution and Intelligent Design” as Part of God and Science Project, University
of Massachusetts, Amherst, February 10, 1999.

187. Address on “Women in Leadership,” American Council on Education (ACE) Program, University of
Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 9, 1999.

188. Keynote Address on “Physics and Religion” at First International Philosophy, Science and Theology Festival,
Grafton, New South Wales, Australia, June 23-27, 1999.

189. Panelist on “The Search for Truth--Can the Three Disciplines Enter into a Dialogue?” at First International
Philosophy, Science and Theology Festival, Grafton, New South Wales, Australia, June 23-27, 1999.

190. Panelist on “Is There Room for the Soul, Personality Reason, Spirituality and Faith?” at First International
Philosophy, Science and Theology Festival, Grafton, New South Wales, Australia, June 23-27, 1999.

191. Panelist on “The Great Debate: Is There an Answer?” at First International Philosophy, Science and Theology
Festival, Grafton, New South Wales, Australia, June 23-27, 1999.

192. Address on “Current Trends in Education in the United States” at The Center for the Study of Higher Education,
University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, July 1, 1999.

193. Address on “International Science” at the Meeting of the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Science,
Boston, Massachusetts, August 16, 1999.

194. Plenary Address on “The University in the Integrative Age” at the International Conference (in Collaboration
with the Seminar on Science Studies) on Universities in Modern Societies: Traditions, Problems and Challenges, University of Oslo, Norway, September 6-7, 1999.

195. “Grand Unification: A Physicist’s Perspective on Knowledge,” at the International Conference on Re-organizing
Knowledge: Trans-forming Institutions, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, September 17-19, 1999.

196. “Reflections on the Future of Higher Education at the Dawn of the 21st Century by Four University Presidents,”
at the 11th Biennial Congress of the Inter-American Organization for Higher Education, Quebec, Canada,
October 10-14, 1999.

197. “Cosmology: A Dialogue with Pir Villayat on Higher Consciousness in Higher Education,” in God and Science Series at University of Massachusetts, Amherst, November 7, 1999.

198. Panelist on “Building Cultures of Cooperation: A Presidential Perspective,” at the Conference on the Future Role
of Consortia in Higher Education, Five Colleges, Incorporated, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 12-13, 1999.

199. Panelist on “Thinking About the Future,” at the Conference on the Future Role of Consortia in Higher Education, Five Colleges, Incorporated, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 12-13, 1999.

200. Rapporteur on the Conference on the Future Role of Consortia in Higher Education, Five Colleges, Incorporated, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 12-13, 1999.

201. Address to Amherst Chamber of Commerce, “The University as a Business Partner and Neighbor,” March 8, 2000.

202. Lecture to Faculty, Students and Staff at Carnegie Mellon University, “Open Your Mind Lecture Series,” Universities in an Integrative Age, March 13, 2000
.
203. Narration of “A Sense of Home” with the Choir and Chamber Orchestra, University of Massachusetts Amherst, April 9, 2000.

204. Panelist on “Materialism and Secular Spirituality,” at National Conference on Going Public with Spirituality in Work and Higher Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst, June 4-6, 2000.

205. Respondent on “Changing Priorities--Constant Values,” Plenary Session at the 11th General Conference of the International Association of Universities 2000, and 50th Anniversary, “Universities–Gateway to the Future,” Durban, South Africa, August 22-25, 2000.

206. Dialogue on “Spirituality in the Academy,” with Dr. Julius Lester, Five College Council on Religious Life, September 28, 2000.

207. Keynote address on “The Spirit of Higher Education” at Leadership and Human Resources Seminar of the Committee on Institutional Cooperation, Academic Leadership Program, Pennsylvania State University, October 26-28, 2000.

208. Address on “Learning in an Integrative Age: The University of Communication,” at the VI Olympiad of the Mind, Paris, France, November 16-17, 2000.

209. Keynote speaker at the Conference on International Student Exchange in the 21st Century: Towards a New Cultural Confluence, University of Hokkaido, Japan, February 7-9, 2001.

210. Address on “Regional Economic Development: A Vital Mission of the 21st Century Integrative Land-Grant University, Hokkaido University Economic Seminar, Hokkaido, Japan, February 8, 2001.

211. Invited Participant in Leader Forum on “Deepening Spiritual Dimensions of Education,” Fetzer Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan, February 15-17, 2001.

212. Invited Participant in Fetzer Institute, “Courage to Teach Retreat for Leaders in Education and Philanthropy,” Kalamazoo, Michigan, February 18-19, 2001.

213. Address on “Creating Complete and Integrative Human Beings,” for Public Issue Forum on Renovating Education, in the 21st Century at Global Dialogue Institute, the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, Haverford College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 24, 2001.

214. Presentation on “Reconciling Scientific and Religious Perspectives”, to Applewood Retirement Community, Amherst, April 3, 2001.

215. Seminar on “Island Saga: Romance and Reality of Life in Orkney”, to 5-College Learning in Retirement Program, Smith College, April 11, 2001.

216. Lecture on “Spirit of Place,” to Graduate Seminar in Geography 626, University of Massachusetts Amherst, May 2001.

217. Moderator for Panel on The Dot.Commonwealth Road Show: “Pioneerng the Next Generation of IT Companies–What will it Take?” Springfield Technical Community College, Massachusetts, June 1, 2001.

218. Invited Speaker on “An Integrative World View,” in Odyssey 2001 at the 2nd International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, Australia, June 26 - July 1, 2001.

219. Panelist on “The Art of Education in A World Seeking Wholeness and Integration,” at 2nd International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, Australia, June 26 – July 1, 2001.

220. Panelist on “Ripples in the Pond: the Grafton Festival in Relation to Other World Movements,” at 2nd International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, Australia, June 26 – July 1, 2001.

221. Address to ACE Fellows: “The Integral Mind and the University,” University of Massachusetts Amherst, October 1, 2001.

222. Facilitator and Panelist on “From the Inside Looking Out: How do Universities Define Their Public Service Mission and Social Responsibilities,” at Salzburg Seminar on Placing Universities in a Social Context, Salzburg, Austria, November 7-11, 2001.

223. Presentation on “Academic Freedom and Alternative Providers,” at the Joint Conference of the Union de Universidades de America Latina (UDUAL) and International Association of Universities, Mexico City, November 16-17, 2001.

224. Resource Leader for the Conference on “In Search of Wisdom: Liberal Education for a Changing World”, at Mt. Holyoke College, April 4-6, 2002.

225. Conference Leader for the Network for Academic Renewal Conference: Spirituality and Learning: Redefining, Meaning, Value, and Inclusion in Higher Education, San Francisco, California, April 18-20, 2002.

226. Lecture on Developing a Philosophy of Education from Life in the Orkney Islands ,at The Applewood Retirement Community, Amherst, Massachusetts May 26, 2002.

227. Panelist on New Directions for Spirituality in Higher Education: The Center for Intrgrative Learning and Action ( CILA ) at the the Annual Meeting of The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, Fetzer Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan, August 22-25, 2002.

228. Keynote Speaker on “Building Communities of Collaboration” at the Massachusetts Higher Education Consortium 25th Anniversary, October 3, 2002
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229. Lecture on Integral Consciousness at Center for International Education, University of Massachusetts Amherst, September 24, 2002.
230. Lecture on My Evolution as a Scientist to Honors Students, University of Massachusette Amherst, Commonwealth Honors College, September 26, 2002.

231. Address on Wholeness in the Academy: the Next Transformation to American Council on Education Fellows Program, February 17, 2003, Chicago.

233 Respondent on Presentation on “Rankism”, Mount Holyoke College, 2003.

234 Address and Panelist on “A Dialogue on Science and Spirituality: Emerging Integrative Paradigms and the New Science,” at the Greater Philadelphia Consortium 9th Annual Public Issues Forum, Haverford College, Pennsylvania, March 29, 2003.

235 Seminar on “Global Education in the 21st Century,” to Graduate Seminar on Learning in the 21st Century, School
of Education, University of Massachusetts, 27 October, 2004.

236 Panel Presentation on “Integrative Teaching and Learning: an Evolution in Global Knowing,” at Association of
American Colleges and Universities Meeting on Practicing Liberal Education: Deepening Knowledge, Pursuing
Justice, Taking Action. Washington DC, January 21-24, 2004.

237 Address on “Transforming the Academy for an Integral Age” at ACE Annual Fellows Meeting of the American
Council on Education: Connections, February 28-March 2, 2004, Miami Beach, Florida.

238 Sermon on “Science and Religion: Enemies, Strangers, Friends or Partners,” at the Unitarian Universalist Association, Amherst, Massachusetts, April 4, 2004.

239 Lecture on “ Science and Religion: an Emerging Synthesis,” at Five College Learning in Retirement Seminar Series on Emergence, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 8, 2004..

240 Panelist on “Preparing Higher Education for the Emerging Models of Integrative Teaching and Learning,” at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, “Liberal Education and the New Academy: Raising Expectations, Keeping Promises,”. January 26-29, 2005, San Francisco.

241 Panelist on “Reflections and Future Trends” at the 3rd International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, NSW, Australia, June, 2005.

242 Panelist on the Great Debate at the 3rd International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, NSW, Australia, June, 2005.

243 Seminar on “Leadership for Effective Change in Higher Education”, University of Massachusetts Boston,
Massachusetts, 27 April 2006

244 Address on “Science and Religion: An Integrative View” at Westside Universalist Church, Tennessee, November 12, 2006.

245 Team Leader and Panelist at the National Institute on Spirituality in Higher Education, Higher Education Research Institute (HERI), University of California at Los Angeles, November 14-16, 2006.

246 Invited Participant in the Conference on “Cosmology, Physics and the Possibility of Life,” Center for Theology and Natural Sciences, “Science and Transcendence :Advanced Research Series,” Cancun, Mexico, January 4-8, 2007.

247 Presenter on “Theory of Integrative Learning,” at the National Conference for Higher Education on “Uncovering the Heart of Education: Integrative Learning for Compassionate Action in an Interconnected World.” California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, February 22-25, 2007.

248 Presentation to Applewood Retirement Community on “Intelligent Design of the Universe”, Amherst, 25 April, 2007.

249 Seminar on “Leadership for Effective Change in Higher Education” University of Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, 27 April, 2007

250 Presenter on “The Ultimate Nature of Reality: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality” at the 5th International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, NSW, Australia, June 17-34 June, 2007.

251 Panelist on the Great Debate - “Global Warming is a Leftist Plot,”. “The Ultimate Nature of Reality: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality” at the 5th International Festival on Philosophy, Science and Theology at Grafton, NSW, Australia, June 17-24, 2007.

252 Seminar on “Leadership for Effective Change in Higher Education” University of Massachusetts Boston, Massachusetts, 27 April, 2008

253 Presentation at the Amherst Club on “The Next Cycle of American History-From Individual Selfishness to Caring Communities: the Promise of the Obama Administration. Amherst, 17 January, 2009.

 

 




 


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