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  • 1. 1DEAN DRENK Associate Professor, Finance College of Business Montana State University Bozeman, Montana 59717 (406) 994-6190 EDUCATION Bachelor of Architecture, Montana State University, June 1991. Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration, University of Michigan, May 1974. Area of Concentration: Finance. Dissertation: “Single Time Period Analysis of Random Stock Selection Strategies,” Raymond R. Reilly, Chairman. Master of Business Administration, University of Colorado, June 1969. Major: Finance. Bachelor of Science, University of Wisconsin, June 1967. Major: Communication and Public Address. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Assistant and Associate Professor, Montana State University, 1977 to present. Introduction to Finance, Finance Seminar, Introduction to Investments, Real Estate, Investment Management, Financial Management, University Honors: Texts and Critics: Knowledge, Managerial Communications, Business Senior Seminar: Strategy and Ethics. Exchange Professor, Kumamoto University of Commerce, Kumamoto, Japan, 1984-85. Instructor and Assistant Professor, Miami University, 1972-77. Introduction to Business Finance, Financial Policies of Corporations, Personal Finance, Principles of Investments (undergraduate and graduate), Security Analysis and Portfolio Management (undergraduate and graduate), Security Analysis, Financial Management (graduate), Real Estate. American Banking Association Investments Course, Autumn 1985. American Banking Association TVOM Course, Winter 1983. Montana Power Company Management Development Seminar, 1981, “Financial and Accounting Tools and Concepts.” Miami University Administration of Service Delivery Programs Workshop, 1976, “Decision-Making: Rational, Organizational, and Political Considerations.” Executive Development Program for Mosler Corporation, 1976, “Financial and Accounting Tools and Concepts.” Miami Valley Commission on Aging Management Seminar, 1976. Teaching Fellow, University of Michigan, 1970-71. Money and Banking, Corporate Finance. TEACHING AWARDS Finalist, 1989 Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award Finalist, 1988 Burlington Northern Faculty Achievement Award
  • 2. 1984 Montana State University Phi Kappa Phi Distinguished Teaching Award. 1983 Montana State University Alumni and Bozeman Chamber of Commerce Award of Excellence. FUNDED RESEARCH “A Scientific Approach to Faculty Evaluation,” $2,100 special grant, MSU Teaching/Learning Committee, Spring 1984. MSU, Thinking Skills and Writing Project (with Jack Folsom, John Bean and John Ramage), $250,000 Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education Grant 1980-83. Conducted research and workshops on the use of writing assignments to promote the development of students' thinking skills. This model FIPSE project and my comments, “Teaching Finance Through Writing,” were covered in the July 1983 issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education. “An Individualized System of Instruction for Personal Finance,” $1,000 Miami University Teaching Research Fellowship, Summer 1975. PUBLICATIONS “Rates of Return on Capital Formation in the 90's,”Abstract in the proceedings of the International Business & Economics Research Conference, October 7, 2002, Las Vegas, Nevada. “The Business of Teaching Business,” Abstract in refereed proceedings of Applied Business Research, March, 2000. “Exploring the Exploration Case,” with Mike Owen, Referred Proceedings of Business, Education and Society: Building Bridges and Networks, 1994 Conference, November 10-12, 1994, Minneapolis. “Are Teaching Evaluations Consistent with Innovative or Alternative Teaching Techniques and Strategies?” with John Douglas, Proceedings of the ISETA-94 Conference, October 13-15, 1994, Tempe, Arizona.
  • 3. RESUM: Dean Drenk 3 PUBLICATIONS (continued) “Using Position Themes When Teaching Business Students To Achieve The Educational Objectives Of Critical Thinking, Written and Oral Communication, and Intellectual Perspective,” with John Douglas, Proceedings of the ISETA-94 Conference, October 13-15, 1994, Tempe, Arizona. “Position Debates: A Classroom Strategy for Engaging Critical Thinking,” with Mike Owen, Referred Proceedings of Building Bridges: Improving Our Performance from Classrooms to Boardrooms, 1993 Conference, April 28-30, 1993, Minneapolis. “Engaging Critical Thinking: Some Practical Approaches,” Referred Proceedings of Quality in Education, 1992 Conference, April 30-May 1, 1992, Minneapolis. Proceedings Publication: “Exploring the Exploration Case,” with Mike Owen, Referred Proceedings of Business, Education and Society: Building Bridges and Networks, 1994 Conference, November 10-12, 1994, Minneapolis. Proceedings Publication: “Are Teaching Evaluations Consistent with Innovative or Alternative Teaching Techniques and Strategies?” with John Douglas, Proceedings of the ISETA-94 Conference, October 13-15, 1994, Tempe, Arizona. Proceedings Publication: “Using Position Themes When Teaching Business Students To Achieve The Educational Objectives Of Critical Thinking, Written and Oral Communication, and Intellectual Perspective,” with John Douglas, Proceedings of the ISETA-94 Conference, October 13-15, 1994, Tempe, Arizona. Proceedings Publication: “Position Debates: A Classroom Strategy for Engaging Critical Thinking,” Building Bridges: Improving Our Performance from Classrooms to Boardrooms, April 29, 1993. “The 20/20 Rules,” The Investment Pulse, July 1989. “Risk and Return,” The Investment Pulse, February 1989. “Theses: A Thinking/Writing Method of Learning Critical Thinking in a Field,” Proceedings of the 1987 Conference of the International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives, Oct. 1987. Student Workbook (to accompany Personal Finance, by Richards et al.), Scott Foresman, 1984. “Teaching Through Writing,” New Directions for Teaching and Learning: Teaching Writing in all the Disciplines, No. 12, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, December 1982. PUBLICATIONS (continued) “Microtheme Strategies for Improving Cognitive Skills,” (with J.C. Bean and F.D. Lee), New Directions for Teaching and Learning: Teaching Writing in all the Disciplines, No. 12, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, December 1982. “Key Factors for Successful Instructional Development Programs,” Inter-national Journal of
  • 4. RESUM: Dean Drenk 4 Instructional Media, Volume 10, Number 2, 1982-83. “MSU's Commitment to Teaching Excellence,” (with Paul Markovits), Proceedings of a Symposium: Education and Contemporary America, Boise State University, October 1980. “Which Random Stock Investment Strategy is Best?” Proceedings, Midwest Case Writers Association, April 1979. “Postscript: LIES: Helping Students Learn to Learn,” New Directions in Teaching, Volume 6, Number 2, Summer 1978, p. 46. “A Need for Fixed and Variable Cost Reporting,” (with Jacob B. Paperman), The Journal of Commercial Bank Lending, June 1978, pp. 42-49. “Alternative Random Stock Investment Strategies,” Baylor Business Studies, May-June-July 1978, pp 7-18. “Walton Studio: Framing the Entrepreneur's Decision,” (with John Douglas), ICCH Case Clearinghouse, January 1978, Case #9-378-830. “ILE's: Helping Students Learn to Learn,” New Directions in Teaching, Volume G, Number 1, Winter 1977, p. 25-32. “Time-series and Cross-section Analysis of Random Stock Investments, 1931-1971,” Baylor Business Studies, May, June, July, 1977, p. 27-47. “A Probability for the Comparison of Two Risky Investments,” (with B. Bowerman and Ann Koehler), Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the Eastern Finance Association, April 21-23, 1977, p. 53-57. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS “The Rationality of Stock Prices: 2000,” with James B. Lee, American Academy of Accounting and Finance Annual Meeting, December 2000, New Orleans. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (continued) “The Business of Teaching Business,” 2000 International Applied Business Resesarch Conference, March 2000, Puerto Vallarta. “Grade Inflation 1984-1993” and “Correlation of Student Evaluations and Grades,” presented at the MSU “Dumbing Down” conference sponsored by the Teaching/Learning Committee, April 1997. “Stocks, Bonds, or Bills: Which is Best Considering the Interaction Between Risk and Return,” Inquire, Autumn 1990 Conference, Cambridge, UK. “Utilizing Writing Assignments as Thinking Exercises,” Sixth International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, August 8, 1988.
  • 5. RESUM: Dean Drenk 5 “Critical Thinking/Writing in Higher Education?” Sixth International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, August 9, 1988. “Theses: A Thinking/Writing Method of Teaching Critical Thinking in a Field,” The International Society for Exploring Teaching Alternatives, October 9, 1987, Fort Collins, Colorado. “Mini-Themes,” Campus Writing Program Workshop, University of Missouri, August 18, 1987. “Individual Instruction: Teaching Content and Interlocking Relationships Through Thesis” (with Scott Heck), International Society for Individualized Instruction, 1982 Conference, November 4, 1982, Purdue University. “A Business Professor's Perspective on Teaching Through Writing: Why, How, and What It Means to Me,” Write On, Interdisciplinary Workshop on the Uses of Writing in the College Curriculum, September 11, 1981, Ogen, Utah. “A Developmental Approach to Writing Assignments in the Business Curriculum,” Conference on College Composition and Communication, March 27, 1981, Dallas. Discussant, “Money Supply and Common Stock Prices: The Experiences of the 70s,” Financial Management Association Meetings, October 23, 1980, New Orleans. “MSU's Commitment to Teaching Excellence,” Education and Contemporary American Symposium, October 10, 1980, Boise, Idaho. “Key Factors for Successful Instructional Development Programs,” Improving Instruction: Theory, Technology and the Human Element Conference, April 1980. PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS (continued) “Instructional Development--An Opportunity Growth Model,” Northwest Regional Meeting of the Academic Affairs Administrators (AcAfAd), January 1980. “Learning Levels and The Case Method,” Midwest Business Administration Association Meetings, April 1979. Discussant, “Rates of Return on Common Stocks and Inflation: A Time Series Analysis Approach,” Midwest Finance Association Meetings, April 1978. Discussant, “Growth in EPS: A Long-run Financing and Expansion Strategy,” Financial Management Association Meetings, October 1977. “ILE's: Helping Students Learn to Learn,” Midwest Business Administration Association Meetings, March 1977. “Time-Series and Cross-Section Return Analysis of Random Stock Investments, 1931-1971,” Midwest Finance Association Meetings, April 1977. “A Probability for the Comparison of Two Risky Ventures,” (with A. Koehler and B.
  • 6. RESUM: Dean Drenk 6 Bowerman), Eastern Finance Association Meetings, April 1977. “A Semi-Self-Paced PSI-AT Approach Which Works!/Individualized Instruction for Personal Finance,” Conference on Instructional Development of the Greater Cincinnati Consortium of Colleges and Universities, April 1976. CONTRACT CONSULTING/PRESENTATIONS Business Consulting: Education Information Systems, Incorporated, summer and fall 1997. Business Consulting: Great Plains Research, July 1996. Consulting and Legal Testimony: Appropriate Investment Analysis for Richardson vs. EDJ, et al; Montana Thirteenth Judicial District Court, January 1993. Expert witness, brokerage case for Howard Strause, attorney, Great Falls, Montana, August- September 1989. Expert witness, brokerage case for Karl Knuchel, attorney, Livingston, Montana, April-July 1989. American Arbitration Association Panel, brokerage case, April-July 1988. CONTRACT CONSULTING/PRESENTATIONS (continued) Expert witness, brokerage case for Bob Jovick, attorney, Livingston, Montana, November 1987- May 1988. “Writing Assignments,” University of Seattle, November 23, 1987. Expert witness, real estate contract case for Wayne Jennings, attorney, Bozeman, Montana, September-October 1987. “Teaching Through Writing, Department of Business and Mathematics/ Computer Science Writing Workshop, Stephens College, August 20-21, 1987. Montana Banking Commission Application, September 1986. “Two Types of Writing Assignments,” Campus Writing Program Workshop, University of Missouri, August 19-20, 1986. “Institutional Growth and Development,” Northern Montana College Faculty Retreat, September 17, 1981. Western Montana College (NORCHE), May 20, 1981. Carroll College (NORCHE), November 17, 1980. ATTENDANCE AT WORKSHOPS AACSB Workshop on Learning Technologies, Boston, May 29-June 1, 1997.
  • 7. RESUM: Dean Drenk 7 “Assessing Intellectual Standards in Higher Education,” MSU Conference sponsored by the Teaching/Learning Committee, April 1997. Business, Education and Society: Building Bridges and Networks: A Conference of New Paradigms for the Nineties, November 10-12, 1994, Minneapolis. Building Bridges: Improving Our Performance from Classrooms to Boardrooms, 1993 Conference, Minneapolis. “Reading the World: The Land Grant University and Visions of the Future,” Montana State University, August 29-September 7, 1989. Sixth International Conference on Critical Thinking and Educational Reform, Sonoma State University, August 6-10, 1988. ATTENDANCE AT WORKSHOPS (continued) ISII/ISETA-87, October 8-10, 1987, Fort Collins, Colorado. Workshop on the Liberal Arts, Lilly Endowment, June 13-27, 1987, Colorado Springs, Colorado. “Writing and Higher Order Reasoning,” May 19-22, 1983, University of Chicago. 1982 Conference: International Society for Individualized Instruction, November 3-5, 1982, Purdue University. Thinking Skills and Writing Project summer workshop, 1982. “Institute on Women in the Curriculum,” Bozeman, Montana, April 1982. “Non-English Faculty and the Development of Writing and Inventive Reasoning Skills,” June 9-11 and September 19-21, 1980. MSU Teaching/Learning Committee summer workshop, 1980. “College Teaching and the Development of Reasoning,” May 9-10, 1980. Improving Instruction: Theory, Technology, and the Human Element Conference, April 28-29, 1980. NFS short course, “Patterns of Problem Solving,” November 19-20, 1979 and March 17-18, 1980. “Designing and Evaluating Writing Assignments,” February 23, 1980. Northern Rockie Consortium on Higher Education Conference, October 22-23, 1979. MSU 1979-80 Seminar for Graduate Teaching Assistants, September 18, 1979. MSU Alternative Teaching Methods Seminar, September 13, 1979.
  • 8. RESUM: Dean Drenk 8 MSU Faculty Evaluation Seminar, September 12, 1979. Montana State University Teaching Retreat, July 9-13, 1979. College and University Teaching Project, Oregon State University, June 11-29, 1979. “Effective Teaching Workshop,” March 21, 1978, sponsored by Office of Dean of Engineering. ATTENDANCE AT WORKSHOPS (continued) ICCH Case Writing Workshop, October 30-November 1, 1977. Miami University School of Business Faculty Seminar Series entitled “An Introduction to Innovations in Teaching and Education,” 1976-77. Graduate Studies Committee Seminar Series on Graduate Education, 1975-76. Informal Teaching Colloquium (Gifford, Hoyt, Nelson, Latimer, Bebee, Douglas), 1974-75. ADMINISTRATION University Teaching/Learning Committee (Chairman/Coordinator, 1978-82; Facilitator, Summer Workshop, 1980): Under my leadership, this campus-wide committee was inaugurated and developed into a $100,000 per year budgeted responsibility center. Programs administered by the committee included instructional development grants, teaching/learning workshops, Teaching Fair, and Faculty Evaluation. This committee is unique in that it has successfully administered instructional development activities under faculty direction. The Chairman/Coordinator position carried 1/3 release from other duties and reported directly to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. MSU Thinking Skills and Writing Project: with Jack Folsom, John Bean and John Ramage), $250,000 Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education Grant, 1980-1983. Conducted research and workshops on the use of writing assignments to promote the development of students' thinking skills. Committees: (partial listing 1972 to present) University Faculty Affairs Committee, Universitry Undergraduate Studies Committee, Chair, University Grievance Committee; University Honors Program Advisory Committee, University Benefits Committee, University Faculty Affairs, University Conduct Committee, University Writing Across the Curriculum Advisory Board, University Ad Hoc Faculty Evaluation Committee, College Executive Committee, College Dean Search Committee, College Accreditation Committee, College Promotion and Tenure Committee, Committee, College Ad Hoc Committee on Structure, Finance Area Coordinator, Finance Faculty Search Committee, Department Ad Hoc Committee on Promotion and Tenure Procedures