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  • 1. Shashi N. Kumar, Ph.D., Master Mariner Interim Superintendent Academic Dean/Asst. Superintendent for Academic Affairs United States Merchant Marine Academy 300 Steamboat Road, Kings Point, NY 11024 (516) 726-5833 kumars@usmma.edu 1. SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCES AND SKILLS 1. Demonstrated excellence in leadership positions and responsibilities in Senior Executive Service, Academe and in Merchant Marine 2. Proven ability to turn around academic programs and institutions and lead organizational transition 3. Internationally recognized maritime economist and supply chain management educator 4. Distinguished record of scholarly publications and presentations in international shipping, maritime economics, transportation policy and management, intermodal transportation, and maritime logistics 5. Decade-long operational career in the merchant marine, culminating as Master Mariner, unlimited tonnage, any oceans 2. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES SES Job History United States Merchant Marine Academy 1/29/2007-Present 300 Steamboat Road Kings Point, NY 11024 Interim Superintendent 1/04/2010-Present Academic Dean/Asst. Superintendent 1/29/2007-Present Interim Superintendent 9/30/2008-11/14/2008 Interim Superintendent of a federal service academy Chief Academic Officer of a federal service academy Ongoing Challenges and Accomplishments: 1. Provide stability and executive leadership to the nation’s only federal merchant marine academy undergoing unprecedented organizational challenges and resource shortfall 2. Facilitate change and transition management in a sixty-six year-old federal institution and re-establish the public trust and confidence tarnished through Congressional scrutiny, GAO audit and top-level administrative shake-up 3. Rejuvenate and redefine the USMMA brand—institution building and realignment 4. Presently responsible for the overall Academy operations and management including the supervision of 100 tenured and non-
  • 2. 1 tenured faculty members, educating 1,000 midshipmen for baccalaureate degree, USCG license and commission in the armed forces, and an online Masters degree program in marine engineering Non-SES Job History Maine Maritime Academy (MMA) 6/1987-1/2007 Castine, ME 04420, USA Professor Emeritus Founding Dean of the Loeb-Sullivan School of International Business & Logistics, 2003-2007 Founding Dean 2003-2007 Department Chair 1997-2003 Full Professor 1994-2007 Associate Professor 1989-1994 Assistant Professor 1987-1989 Challenges and Accomplishments 1. Founding Dean of the first dedicated Business School in a U.S. merchant marine academy, responsible for one undergraduate program and three graduate-level programs, reporting to the V.P. of Academic Affairs 2. Restructured and rejuvenated the graduate school through curricular changes and program restructuring, and adoption of aggressive online promotional measures; enrollment increase of 500% from 2003 to 2006 3. Drafted the business school’s strategic plan, mission and vision statements, and outcomes assessment plan; altered the school’s operating philosophy, and provided leadership for programmatic accreditation 4. Established an Industry Advisory Board and operating charter to create linkages with the industry; established an independent revenue stream for the B-School Teaching Responsibilities: Graduate and Undergraduate courses in Intermodal Transportation Management, International Business, International Logistics Management, International Transportation Management, Managerial Economics, Maritime Logistics, and Transportation Economics and Policies Visiting Professorships 1. The Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico in Ponce, Puerto Rico (2006/7) 2. World Maritime University, Sweden (2005 - 2006) 3. Shanghai Maritime University, PRC (2005 - 2006) 4. Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada (2004)
  • 3. 2 5. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India (1997) External Examiner (Honorary Appointments) 1. Ph.D. Examiner, Erasmus University, Rotterdam (1996, 2006) 2. Ph.D. External Examiner, Australian Maritime College (2006) 3. Evaluator, Hong Kong University Grants Commission (2000-2006) 4. Judge for the Ph.D. competition in Maritime Economics (2001-2005) 5. Singapore Maritime Academy, Singapore (1996-2000) 6. Ph.D. External Examiner, Tulane Law College, New Orleans (2000) Neptune Orient Lines, Ltd. 1979-1986 Singapore Licensed Officer Scindia Steam Navigation Co. Ltd. 1976-1978 Bombay, India Deck Cadet/3rd Officer 3. AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS, FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS 1. Department of Transportation/Maritime Administration Award for Outstanding Achievement/Exceptional Service (January 2009) 2. Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellowship for Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), 1998-2006 3. Maine International Innovator of the Year, MITC, Maine, 1997 4. First Prize, Worldwide Contest for Newly Appointed Ph.D.s in transportation subjects for the year ended April 1993. 5. MMA Academic Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1992 6. Faculty Development Grants @ Maine Maritime Academy for various research projects and educational activities (1992-2006) (Total: 16 grants) 4. EDUCATION 1. Ph.D. (Transportation/Logistics), University of Wales, Cardiff, Wales, U.K., 1993 First Prize, Worldwide Contest for New Ph.D.s in Transport-related Areas (Taylor & Francis, London) Dissertation: The Impact of Containerization and Intermodalism on Competition and Contestability in Deep-Sea Liner Shipping Industry 2. MS (Maritime Business Management), Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, ME, USA, 1987 GPA 4.0 Thesis: U.S. Shipping Act of 1984: Who is Smiling, Shippers or Carriers? 3. Master Mariner (Class One Deck Officer), U.K. Unlimited, 1985 4. Dept. of Transport Studies, 1981-82 & 1984-85 University of Ulster, Belfast, N. Ireland, UK 5. T.S. Rajendra (Indian Maritime Academy), Bombay, India, 1974-76 Extra First Class (GPA Equivalent 4.0) and BS (Sub), University of Bombay, Bombay, India, 1971-74
  • 4. 3 5. CONTINUING EDUCATION 1. Office of Personnel Management (2007) 2. University of South Carolina (2006), Global Operations and Supply Chain Management 3. Learning Resources Network (2001), Teaching Online 4. Harvard Business School (2000), The Art and Craft of Discussion Leadership 5. University of South Carolina (1995), International Business & International Logistics 6. HONORS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1/2007-Present: 1. Provide executive leadership and stability, facilitate change and transition management, and improve employee and midshipman morale on campus 2. Provide leadership for the 3rd ranked undergraduate program in the North region and the 28th ranked engineering program nationwide (USN&WR 2009) 3. Interim Superintendent, USMMA, 1/04/2010 – present 4. Interim Superintendent, USMMA, 10/1/2008 – 11/14/2008 Prior to 2007 (Selected): 1. America’s Who’s Who Among Educators, 2004-07 (nominated by former students) 2. Director, Maine International Trade Center, Maine, USA (2005-06) 3. Chair, Steering Committee of the 3rd General Assembly of the International Association of Maritime Universities, Sept. 2002 4. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of the International Association of Maritime Universities, 2001-07 5. Treasurer and Member of the Executive Council of the International Association of Maritime Economists, 2000-06 6. Member, Editorial Board, International Journal of Maritime Economics and Logistics, 1999-2007 7. Sam M. Walton Free Enterprise Fellowship, 1998-2006, and Coach and Mentor of MMA Students in Free Enterprise. 5 time North East Regional Champion (1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, & 2006) 8. Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Marine Transport Policy (Korea Maritime, S. Korea), 1998-2000 9. Advisory Board Member, Maine DoT Transportation Indices, 1999 10. Member, Maine DoT Freight Advisory Committee, 1996-2006 11. Member, Maine Transportation Industry Initiative Steering Committee, 1995
  • 5. 4 7. SCHOLARSHIP 7.1 Summary of intellectual contributions (total: 164) (As of 1/1/2010; figures in parenthesis indicate additional works currently in progress) Books Sole Author: 1 Co-Author: 4(1) Monographs 2 Refereed Journal Articles 14 (1) Refereed Conference Proceedings 21 Trade Journal/Op Ed Articles 24(1) Presentation of Scholarly Articles 28 Invited Presentations 26 Workshops and Simulations 4 Case Studies 3 Course Portfolios 3 Graduate Capstones Supervised 26 Conferences Organized 5 7.2 Publications 7.2.1 Works in Progress: Refereed Journal: 1. Econometric analysis of the changing effects in wind strength and significant wave height on the probability of casualty in shipping (Refereed Journal, 2010) 2. Globalization: The Maritime Nexus (Chapter in Book, 2nd edition, 2010) 3. US Merchant Marine and World Maritime review (US Naval Institute, May 2010) 7.2.2 Books: 1. US Shipping Act of 1984: A Scrutiny of Controversial Provisions. Castine, ME: Maine Maritime Press, 1987 7.2.3 Chapter in Books: 1. Tanker Transportation in Encyclopedia of Energy. Ed. Cleveland, Cutler. Elsevier, 2004. 2. “Globalization: The Maritime Nexus” in The Handbook of Maritime Economics and Business. Ed. Grammenos, Costas. London: Lloyd’s of London, 2002 (2nd ed 2010) 3. “Privatization at India’s Premier Container Port: Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust—A Case Study.” Infrastructure Development and Financing: Towards A Public-Private Partnership. Eds. G. Raghuram et al. New Delhi: Macmillan India, 1999. 4. “World Shipping Competition.” United States Shipping Policies and the World Market. Ed. William Lovett. Westport, CT: Quorum Books, 1996.
  • 6. 5 7.2.4 Monographs: 1. The Indian Quagmire: An Assessment of Impediments to Seamless Transportation Services. Indian Ports and Infrastructure. Ed. Haralambides, H. Rotterdam: Erasmus University, 1999. 2. “Intermodal Transportation: Need, Strategies and Competitive Ramifications.” Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, 1993. 7.2.5 Refereed Journal Articles: 1. “Econometric Analysis of the Ship Demolition Market,” Marine Policy (with Knapp and Remign), Elsevier Science, 32.6 (2008): 1023-1036 2. “Maritime Business: An Analysis of Market developments and Trends,” IAMU Journal 5.1 (2007): 42-55. 3. “A New Breed of Port Managers: Is There a Role for IAMU Institutions?” IAMU Journal 4.1 (2005): 43-52. 4. "The U.S. Harbor Maintenance Tax Controversy: Is There A Solution?” International Journal of Maritime Economics 4.2 (2002): 149-63. 5. “An Analysis of Intermodal Choices for Pacific-Rim Imports to the U.S. Northeast.” Journal of Transportation Management 13.1 (2002): 19-27. 6. "An Evaluation of Liner Strategies in the Context of Global Supply Chain Management." Journal of Transportation Management 12.2 (2002): 55-64. 7. “Ocean Shipping Reform Act of 1998: Impact on International Intermodal Movements.” Transportation Journal 40.1 (2000): 5-14. 8. “The Turkish Project: A Collaborative Learning Model for Maritime Universities.” IAMU Journal 1.1 (2000): 54-61. 9. “The Indian Port Privatization Model: A Critique.” Transportation Journal 37.3 1998: 35-48. 10. “Competition and Models of Market Structure in Liner Shipping.” Transport Reviews 15.1 (1995): 3-26. 11. “Comparative Maritime Policies: A US Dilemma.” Transportation Journal 34.1 1994: 32-38. 12. “Service Contracts: A Case Study of Unfulfilled Promises.” Maritime Policy and Management 16.1 (1989): 13-26. 13. “Mandatory Independent Action: A Legislative Paradox.” Maritime Policy and Management 15.4 (1988): 283-290. 14. “US Maritime Regulation: History and Evolution of the 1984 Act.” Maritime Policy and Management 15.3 (1988): 241-246. 7.2.6 Refereed Conference Proceedings 1. “The Ship recycling Conundrum: An econometric Analysis of Market Dynamics and Industry Trends,” Proceedings 2008 IAME Annual Conference, Dalian, China, 2008. 2. “Maritime Business: An Analysis of Market developments and Trends,” Proceedings, 7th IAMU General Assembly, Dalian, China, 2006. 3. “A New Breed of Port Managers for the 21st Century: Is There A Role for IAMU Institutions?” Proceedings, 5th IAMU General Assembly, Tasmania, Australia, 2004.
  • 7. 6 4. “Port Security Costs in the U.S.: A Public Policy Dilemma.” Proceedings, 2004 IAME Conference in Izmir, Turkey, 2004. 5. “Enriching the Seafarers in the 3rd Millennium: IAMU Options.” Proceedings, 4th IAMU General Assembly, Alexandria, Egypt, 2003. 6. “A Decision Support Model for the Liner Shipping Competition Policy Debate.” Proceedings, 2002 International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference, Panama City, Panama, 2002. 7. “Turkish Container Ports: An Analysis of Problems and Potential Opportunities.” Proceedings, 2002 International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference, Panama City, Panama, 2002. 8. “An Evaluation of Traditional MET Credentials: Empirical Evidences from Maine Maritime Academy,” Proceedings, 2nd IAMU General Assembly, Kobe, Japan, 2001. 5. “The U.S. Harbor Maintenance Tax Controversy: An Alternative to the Clinton Proposal,” Proceedings, 9th World Conference of Transport Research, Seoul, S. Korea, 2001. 6. “Determinant Criteria in A Global Supply Chain: An Analysis of the Transport Choices for Pacific-Rim Imports to the North Eastern United States.” Proceedings, 9th World Conference of Transport Research, Seoul, S. Korea, 2001. 7. "Container Port Investments in the United States: Arguments for A Public Policy Debate." Proceedings, 2001 IAME Annual Conference, Hong Kong, 2001. 8. “An Evaluation of Liner Strategies in the Context of Global Supply Chain Management,” Proceedings, 2000 IAME Conference, Naples, Italy, 2000. 9. “OSRA 1998: An Analysis of Its Economic Impact on Carriers, Shippers and OTIs.” Liner Shipping: What’s Next? Proceedings, 1999 IAME Annual Conference, Halifax, NS, Canada, 1999. 10. “Container Port Dilemma on the U.S. East Coast: An Analysis of Causes and Consequences.” Proceedings, 8th World Conference on Transport Research, Antwerp, Belgium, 1998. 11. “Privatization at India's Premier Container Port: A Case-Study of Rising Expectations," Proceedings, IAME Annual Conference at City University Business School, London, U.K. Sept. 23-25, 1997. 12. “The World Class Logistics Model and Contemporary Liner Strategies: A Case of Congruence, or Anachronism?" Proceedings, 5th Shipping Management Seminar, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India, 1996. 13. “International Shipping in the Next Millennium.” Proceedings, 4th Shipping Management Seminar, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India, 1996. 14. “Tanker Markets in the 21st Century: Competitive or Oligopolistic?” Proceedings, 1st Regional Conference of the International Association of Maritime Economists, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma, 1995. 15. “Ownership and Operation of Oil Tankers in the Post-OPA ‘90 Environment: An Analysis of Costs, Profits and Complications.” Proceedings, SUNY Maritime College Transportation Management Conference, New York, 1995. 16. “Competition and Confrontation: A Survey of US Liner Markets.” Proceedings, SUNY Maritime College Transportation Management Conference, New York, 1994.
  • 8. 7 17. "Role of Ship Management Companies in the Contemporary Era." Proceedings, SUNY Maritime College Transportation Management Conference, New York, 1994. 7.2.7 Trade Journals and Newspapers 1. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2010: (to be published) 2. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2009: 100-106 3. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2008: 90-95 4. “The Global Shipping Industry.” Kings Pointer, Summer, 2007 5. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2007: 102-106 6. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2006: 104-111 7. “MMA Graduate Course in Southern Maine.” Mariner Spring 2006: 26 8. “The Port Outsourcing Controversy.” Ellsworth American Mar. 9, 2006 9. Book Review. The Outlaw Sea: A World of Freedom, Chaos, and Crime (North Point Press 2004). Naval Institute Proceedings, Oct. 2006 10. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” US Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2005: 104-110 11. “Is A Compromise Possible with LNG?” Bangor Daily News Sept. 13, 2004: 11A 12. “U.S. Merchant Marine and Maritime Industry in Review.” US Naval Institute Proceedings, Annual Review Issue. May 2004: 110-116 13. “New Directions for Maine Maritime’s Business School.” Mariner Spring 2004: 16- 17 14. “Restructuring of the Maine Maritime Business School” IAMU News Issue 10, Oct. 2003: 96-99 15. “Who Should Pay?” JoC Week Apr. 23-29, 2001: 14 16. Maine’s Troubling Case of Tanker-Phobia. The Journal of Commerce Dec. 10, 1999: 9 17. “Marketing Eastport as Shipping Hub Irrational.” Bangor Daily News Dec. 29, 1998: 11A 18. “The Indian Paradox.” Maritime Review Dec. 1997 19. "Shipping Management." Seaways Journal Feb. 1997: 30 20. "Endgame for Cartels." The Journal of Commerce Jan. 9, 1997: 7A 21. "False Goddess." American Shipper Oct. 1993: 48-9 22. “Landlubber Day Misses the Boat.” Bangor Daily News Aug. 26, 1993: 7 23. “History of the US Maritime Regulation.” Seaways Journal Oct. 1987 24. “Calmer Waters.” Asian Wall Street Journal Weekly Sept. 21, 1987: 2B-7B 25. “Survey Pinpoints Split Over ‘84 Act.” American Shipper June 1987: 48-51
  • 9. 8 7.3 Public Speaking 7.3.1 Presentation of Peer-Reviewed Scholarly Papers 1. “The Ship recycling Conundrum: An econometric Analysis of Market Dynamics and Industry Trends,” 2008 IAME Annual Conference, Dalian, China, 2008. 2. “Maritime Business: An Analysis of Market developments and Trends,” 7th IAMU General Assembly, Dalian, China, 2006. 3. “A New Breed of Port Managers for the 21 st Century: Is There A Role for IAMU Institutions?” 5th IAMU General Assembly, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia (2004) 4. “Port Security Costs: A Public Policy Dilemma,” 12th IAME Annual Conference, Izmir, Turkey (2004) 5. “Enriching Seafarers in the 3rd Millennium: IAMU Options,” 4th IAMU General Assembly, Alexandria, Egypt (2003) 6. “Port Privatization: Commerce and Recreation,” 10th IAME Conference, Panama City, Panama (2002) 7. “Turkish Container Ports: An Analysis of Problems and Potential Opportunities, ” 10th IAME Conference, Panama City, Panama (2002) 8. “A Decision Support Model for the Liner Shipping Competition Policy Debate,” 10th IAME Conference, Panama City, Panama (2002) 9. “An Evaluation of Traditional MET Credentials: Empirical Evidences from Maine Maritime Academy,” 2nd IAMU General Assembly, Kobe, Japan (2001) 10. “The U.S. Harbor Maintenance Tax Controversy: An Alternative to the Clinton Proposal,” 9th World Conference of Transport Research, Seoul, S. Korea (2001) 11. “Determinant Criteria in A Global Supply Chain: An Analysis of the Transport Choices for Pacific-Rim Imports to the North Eastern United States,” 9th World Conference of Transport Research, Seoul, S. Korea (2001) 12. “Container Port Investments in the U.S.: Arguments for A Public Policy Debate,” Plenary Session of 2001 IAME Annual Conference, Hong Kong (2001) 13. “An Evaluation of Liner Strategies in the Context of Global Supply Chain Management,” 2000 IAME Annual Conference, Naples, Italy (2000) 14. “The Turkish Project: A Collaborative Learning Model for Mari. Universities,” IAMU Inaugural General Assembly, Istanbul, Turkey (2000) 15. “An Application of Analytical Hierarchical Process to the Carrier Choices of Northern New England Shippers,” ASTL/IDEA Intermodal Expo 2000, Atlanta, GA, USA (2000) 16. “The Economic Impact of OSRA on Shippers, Carriers and Third Parties,” 1999 IAME Annual Conference, Halifax, Canada (1999) 17. “The Impact of OSRA on International Intermodal Movements,” ASTL/IDEA Intermodal Expo 1999, Atlanta, GA, USA (1999) 18. “Container Port Dilemma on the U.S. East Coast: An Analysis of Causes and Consequences," World Conference on Transport Research, University of Antwerp, Belgium (1998) 19. “Impediments to Multimodality in A Big Emerging Market," ASTL/IDEA International Intermodal Expo 1998, Dallas, TX, USA, (1998)
  • 10. 9 20. “Privatization at India's Premier Container Port: A Case-Study of Rising Expectations," 1997 IAME Annual Conference, City University Business School, London, UK (1997) 21. “The World Class Logistics Model and Contemporary Liner Strategies: A Case of Congruence, or Anachronism?" Shipping Management, IIM, Ahmedabad, India (1996) 22. “International Shipping in the Next Millennium,” Shipping Management, IIM, Ahmedabad, India (1996) 23. “Tanker Markets in the 21st Century: Competitive, or Oligopolistic?” 1995 IAME Conference, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA (1995) 24. “Ownership and Operation of Oil Tankers in the Post-OPA Environment: An Analysis of Costs, Profits and Complications,” SUNY Transportation Management Conference, New York, NY, USA (1995) 25. “Competition and Confrontation: A Survey of US Liner Markets,” SUNY Transportation Management Conference, New York, NY, USA (1994) 26. “Role of Shipmanagement Companies in the Contemporary Era,” SUNY Transportation Management Conference, New York, NY, USA (1994) 7.3.2 Invited Presentations 1. GMISS Conference (August 2008) Kings Point, USMMA 2. Asian-Pacific Islander Federal Employees Conference (June 2008) NY, NY 3. USMMA Alumni Chapter Presentations, Baltimore, NY (2007-10) 4. Maritime Business and Logistics: Global Trends. (Apr. 2006) Ponce, Puerto Rico 5. World Shipping Markets (Oct. 2005), Marion, OH 6. Maine and Maritime Transportation (Aug. 2005) Augusta, ME 7. Globalization in Merchant Marine (Aug. 2005) Castine, ME 8. India Inc. in the 21st Century, (June 2005) Bangalore, India 9. The Changing World: Opportunities in India (June 2005) Portland, ME 10. The U.S. and World Merchant Marine: A Market Analysis (May 2005) Portland, ME 11. L-S School’s Potential Role in Homeland Security, (Oct. 2004) Castine, ME 12. Ocean Freight and Export Pricing (Oct. 2003) Lewiston, ME 13. Liner Options for Maine Exporters and Importers (Aug. 2002) Portland, ME 14. The U.S. Harbor Maintenance Controversy: Causes and Solutions (Nov. 2001) Castine, ME 15. A Solution to the U.S. Harbor Maintenance Controversy (Oct. 2001) Castine, ME 16. The Role of Logistics Management in Corporate Strategy: Fact or Fiction? (Aug. 2001) Trivandrum, Kerala, India 17. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (Apr. 2001) Castine, ME 18. The Global Manager: Roles, Responsibilities and Challenges (Aug. 1999) Kozhikode, Kerala, India 19. Capitalizing on Maine’s Atlantic Connections—The Maritime Link (June 1999) Agusta, ME 20. Multimodal Transport: Theory and Strategy (Mar. 1997) New Delhi, India 21. Multimodal Transport: The Global Challenges (Feb. 1997) Bombay, India
  • 11. 10 22. Liner-Oriented Intermodalism & Its Role in Contemporary SCM (Mar. 1996) Ahmedabad, India 23. Competitive Advantage and Global Trade (Aug. 1994) Cochin, Kerala, India 24. Shipping Services of Maine: A Business Plan (June 1994) Augusta, ME 25. Rejuvenating the US Merchant Marine (Oct. 1993) New Orleans, LA 26. Shipping and Port Policies (Sept. 1993) Singapore, Singapore 27. Higher Education in the Maritime Field (Nov. 1992) Bombay, India 28. International Shipping and Ship Management (Apr. 1990), Lagos, Nigeria 7.4 Publication of Teaching Materials 7.4.1 Workshops and Simulations 1. Logistics and Supply Chain Management: What’s this all about? CD ROM, 2004 2. International Business: Challenges, Careers, and Options. CD ROM, 2004 3. Ship Out. A workshop for teaching Maine’s maritime heritage to local high school students in the Penobscot Bay region, Oct. 2000. 4. IBL Discovery Voyage. A Hands-On Simulation developed in 1998 to educate local high school students about international commerce and transportation 7.4.2 Case Studies 1. Indian Port Privatization: A Case Study of Rising Expectations (1997) 2. The Hong Kong Dilemma (1997) 3. Tanker Markets in the 21st Century: Competitive or Oligopolistic? (1995) 7.4.3 Portfolios: 1. Teaching Portfolios for graduate courses in Maritime Logistics (on-line) International Transportation Management Transportation Economics and Policies 7.5 Conferences Organized 1. Linking Maine and Second Tier Emerging Economies (Aug. 2006), Castine, ME 2. 2nd Maine China Networking Conference (Dec. 2005), Castine, ME 3. Maine-India Networking Conference, (May 2005), Castine, ME 4. Maine China Networking Conference, (Oct. 2004), Castine, ME 5. International Association of Maritime Universities 3rd General Assembly, (Sept. 2002) Rockland, ME
  • 12. 11 8. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS (Current) 1. American Society of Transportation and Logistics—Educator Member 2. International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education 3. International Association of Maritime Economists Treasurer, 1998-2002 Member of the Executive Council, 1998-2006 4. International Association of Maritime Universities 5. Propeller Club, Port of New York, NY 9. AUXILIARY PROFESSIONAL LICENSES AND CERTIFICATES 1. Maine Maritime Academy, Castine, ME, USA ISO 9002/ISM Code Lead Auditor Certification (1996) 2. Fleetwood Nautical College, Fleetwood, UK Navigation Control Course (1985) Automatic Radar Plotting Aids (1985) 3. Univ. of Ulster, Belfast, N. Ireland, U.K. Restricted Radiotelephony (1985) Ship Captain’s Medical Guide (1985) Radar Simulator (1982) Survival at Sea (1982) 4. Port of Singapore Authority, Singapore Fire Fighting (1981) 5. LBS Nautical & Engineering College, Bombay, India Radar Observer (1979) Life-boatman (1979) 10. LANGUAGES Multi-lingual 11. PERSONAL Age 53 years Married with two daughters Naturalized U.S. citizen Countries visited: 64 References available in the US and overseas (Current as of 1/1/2010)