Notre Dame College, Cleveland, Ohio, Professor of History & Intelligence Studies (sole full time History faculty) Head, Department of Public Service and Security Studies (Formerly Department of History & Political Science (2000 – present) Chair, Division of Humanities (2004 – 2007) Founder and Director, Center for Intelligence Studies (2004 – present)
Director, Graduate Program in National Security and Intelligence Studies (2017 – 2018)
Teaching –Upper division courses in U.S., non- Western History; upper division courses in Intelligence Studies; graduate courses in Terrorism & Counter terrorism and Geopolitics.
Traditional face-to-face classroom teaching for over 40 years; online course development and instruction since 2009.
Department Head – Mentor and supervise four full-time faculty; hire, mentor and supervise adjunct faculty, responsible for departmental budget, course scheduling, faculty evaluations, program review and assessment, course and program development, participate in student recruiting as needed for baccalaureate degrees in History, Intelligence Studies, Political Science, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management Policy Studies. Also serve as Founder and Director of the Center for Intelligence Studies, housed in the Department of Public Service and Security Studies with similar responsibilities.
Chair, Division of Humanities – Coordinated activities of the Departments of Art, English & Communications, History & Political Science, Philosophy and Theology. Conducted faculty evaluations, coordinated program/course change requests, advised administration of faculty or other departmental needs/requirements, and represented the departments within the division on the Education and Policy Planning Committee.
Eastern Kentucky University Department of Safety & Security Adjunct Online Faculty (2018 – present) The Evolution of U.S. Intelligence Terrorism & Intelligence
The University of Akron Akron, Ohio.