Ronald W. Hull
11830 Spring Grove Drive Home: 281 879-4856
Houston, Texas 77099-5025 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
EdD Communication Technology West Virginia University 1/74
Graduate Study in Education University of Wisconsin-Stout 70-71
MSIE Biotechnology (Human Factors) Stanford University 1/68
Graduate Study in Human Factors University of Wisconsin-Madison 66
BS Industrial Technology University of Wisconsin-Stout 1/66
9/90-Present Author, Editor, and Publisher
11830 Spring Grove Drive , Houston, Texas 77099-5025
Authored many poems (some
published, one sold to ETS), articles, and newsletters (editor-publisher)
before writing my autobiography (90-98, unpublished), created
over 1000 pages (97). Authored
four novels (01-10, published) and a
book of 15
short stories (11, published). Write, edit, and format all work,
published either POD or on two websites.
Judged a short story contest (10). Edit ing
a Civil War novel. Life member of AuthorsDen.Com
since 2003 (over 300,000
9/85-8/11 Director of Land, Facilities Inventory, and Energy Conservation (Retired)
Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas 77004
Maintained and managed inventories of real property, rooms and room use, buildings, and utility use. Wrote award-winning Comprehensive Energy Conservation Program Plan (85, revised 90, 93, 00, 05, 10) and web pages (00) for the division. Developed and maintained a network of computers with file servers and scanning, plotting, color printing, and other capabilities. Provided data, projections, floor plans, maps, analyses, and reports for budgeting, grant proposal development, surveys, and building renovation and construction. Developed computer data bases for land (94), the facilities inventory (93), utility consumption (93), work order dispatch operations (90), employee leaves (93), construction accounting (94), special events (93), financial aid requests (95), custodial time keeping (95), supplies inventory (94), and personnel action forms (95). Combined all these into one database , Facilities (10), a powerful management and report-writing tool.
Managed a partially DOE funded energy conservation project in 1998-90 that saved $1 million per year since. Established and managed an evaporation credit program in 1995 that saved $100,000 per year. Served on the steering committee for the SACS reaccredidation self study (90, 99-00).
9/81-1/92 Special Assistant for Systems Development
Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas 77004
Joshua Hill., Vice President for Administrative Services
Prepared responses to state task forces on security, health and safety, and the disabled. Wrote plans for health and safety (82), disabled access (83), and energy conservation (85). Wrote annual budget presentations. Wrote the Facilities Users Manual (88) Strategic Plan (90) and FP & O Computer Users Manual (92). Acquired $600,000 in grants for energy conservation. Managed $3.5 million project to provide additional campus housing and a $3 million project for campus wide energy conservation measures. Chaired task force to acquire a new campus telephone system (84) and conducted a study of telephone operations (87). Edited and provided information for Campus Master Plans (83, 88). and numerous other committees.
1/81-5/81 Adjunct Associate Professor (Visiting)
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 54701
James B. Wenner, Dean, School of Business Administration
Taught Production and Operations Management.
9/78-8/80 Associate Professor of Business Administration
Atlanta University 30314
George G. Neffinger, Graduate School of Business Administration
Taught Public Policy and Private Enterprise and Business Statistics. Chaired committee developing a structure for research and wrote four proposals. Academic council. Research on the implications of technology on social and genetic development and intelligence.
7/75-7/78 Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Research
West Virginia University, Morgantown 26506
Paul W. DeVore, Program for the Study of Technology
Managed the development of projects to investigate the nature of technology and its implications for society. Two funded projects in FY 78, three in FY 77, two in FY 76. Proposals written (19), co-authored (15), and produced (29). Co-taught extension courses: Introduction to Technology, Technology in History, Energy and Society. Research on the future of technological development in outer space and implications of technology on social and genetic development and intelligence.
8/74-5/75 Assistant Professor of Management
Marshall University Huntington, West Virginia
Robert P. Alexander, Dean, School of Business Administration
Taught Principles of Management, Production Management, Introduction to Business, Introduction to Computers and Data Processing, and Business Statistics. Graduate faculty, library acquisition, advising, and consultation on computer studies.
5/74-8/74 Research Associate
West Virginia University/ Marion County Schools
Paul W. DeVore/Sara Eddy and Virgil Dillon, Superintendent
Conducted planning research under a federally-funded project with the Marion County School Board to determine needs and opportunities for training and employment of the handicapped. The information gathered was used to develop a comprehensive special education program plan.
8/71-5/74 Research/Training Associate
West Virginia University, Morgantown 26506
Paul W. DeVore, Project Director
Training Program for Teachers in the Technologies (TPTT)
Robert Miller, Director, Office of Research and Development (ORD)
Division of Social and Economic Development, Appalachian Center
Several graduate assistant positions. Joined TPTT as a production technology specialist and conducted in-service to update WV high school teachers. Also developed a PERT planning guide for TPTT and trained the TPTT staff on precision teaching, PERT, WYLBUR (first word processing program on interactive computer terminals), and funding proposal preparation.
Received joint support from ORD from 8/72 and worked on joint ORD/TPTT proposals. Conducted literature search for an ORD book on evaluation of Appalachian manpower studies.
8/69-6/71 Instructor of Industrial Management
University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie 54751
Raymond J. Keil, Director of Industrial Technology
Taught Industrial Organization, Production Management, Production Control, and Statistical Quality Control. Developed a Human Factors course which was approved. Graduate faculty. Participated in committees, guest lecturing, and consulting.
6/67-8/69 Product Assurance Engineer
GTE Lenkurt, San Carlos, California 94061
C. George Griffith, Vice President, GTE, Stamford, Connecticut
Responsibility for several quality data systems for several thousand products. Designed a total in-process quality data system implemented 6/70. Monitored and improved the computer programs of other systems. Conducted computer-assisted reliability, maintainability, and statistical studies. Wrote the human factors portion of a major government contract proposal. Responsible for the quality of all military systems from 5/69.
1/66-8/66 Research Assistant
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Gerald Nadler, Professor and Head, Industrial Engineering (at USC)
Conducted the preliminary factor search for a mathematical model of patient care with funding from UW Hospitals.
Summer 62 Drafter
Praschak Machine Company, Marshfield, Wisconsin 54449
Summers 60, 61, 63 Factory Laborer
Rollohome Corporation, Marshfield, Wisconsin 54449
CQAE Certified Quality Assurance Engineer American Society for Quality Control 7/68
GS-9 82.0 Systems Design and Analysis NASA, Langley and Johnson Centers 11/72
GS-11 Midlevel Management Washington, DC and San Francisco 73
CEM Certified Energy Manager Energy Engineering Association 10/90
CLEP Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional Energy Engineering Association 7/93
63-Present Epsilon Pi Tau (Honorary)
Initiation Committee 65
Faculty Advisor, Alpha Upsilon Chapter 77-78
73-Present Phi Delta Kappa (Honorary)
Membership Advisor 75-78
66-67 American Institute of Industrial Engineers
64-71 Stout Society of Industrial Technology
Student Member 64-66
Program Chairman 65-66
67-71 American Society for Quality Control
National Convention, Los Angeles 69
Speaker, Midwest Silver Anniversary 3/70
71-74 West Virginia Industrial Arts Association
State Conference 71, 72, 74
73 American Industrial Arts Association
National Convention, Atlantic City 73
New York State Conference, Binghamton 74
75-92 World Future Society
President, West Virginia Chapter 77-78
Executive Committee, Atlanta Chapter 79-80
Twenty-Twenty Conference, Huntsville AL 2/77
Mid South Conference, Murfreesboro, TN 80
Speaker, World Congress, Toronto 7/80
Society for the History of Technology
American Academy of Arts and Sciences
78-91 American Association for the Advancement of Science
144th Annual Meeting, Washington, DC 1/78
145th Annual Meeting, Houston 1/79
79-Present Charles Babbage Institute
Wilson Associates, Smithsonian Institution
90-Present Energy Engineering Association
World Congress, Austin, TX 04
World Congress, Austin, TX 05
5/70 Coordinator Management Information Seminar UW-Stout
70-71 Partner Arora-Hull Associates (Consulting) UW-Stout
84 Producer Multi-Institution Information Tours Texas Southern University
80-89 Faculty Mentor Columbia Pacific University
Completed: 1 Bachelor of Science
1 Master of Science
7 Doctors of Philosophy
89 Producer Strategic Planning Workshop Texas Southern University
88-91 Producer Macintosh Training Workshops, FP &O Texas Southern University
88-93 Supervisor Energy Intern Program GEO/TAMU
3/95 Guest Lecturer Management Decision-Making, 2 Classes TSU/Technology
12/95 Guest Lecturer Ergonomics TSU/Technology
4/00 Guest Lecturer Industrial Safety TSU/Technology
5/10 Instructor Residential Energy Auditing TSU/Technology
3/70 Effective Engineering Institute UW-Milwaukee
Summer, 70 Educational Professions Development Institute UW-Stout
11/76, 11/77 Grants and Contracts Writing Seminars, Lakeview West Virginia University
82-91, 00,02,05 Facilities Inventory Workshops, Coordinating Board
12/83 Safety Training Workshop, Workers' Compensation UH-Clear Lake
84 DOE/ICP Proposal Workshop GEO, TAMU
87 Building Code Workshop, City of Houston U of Houston
87 Building Energy Efficiency Standard Workshop GEO, U of Houston
90 Energy Audit Management Workshop GEO, UT-Austin
10/90 Energy Manager Training, Energy Engineering Association Phoenix
8/96 DOE Green Lights Lighting Efficiency Workshop Houston
6/98, 8/98 Microsoft Windows NT 4. 0 Training, Productivity Point Houston
8/88 A Comprehensive Energy Program for Multi-Building Facility. Annual Facilities
Workshop, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Galveston.
4/87 A Comprehensive Energy Program for Multi-Building Facility. Annual Symposium on Energy Conservation in Hot and Humid Climates, Texas A and M University and the Energy Systems Laboratory, Houston.
7/14/82 Getting Started. Panel Member, Annual Facilities Inventory Workshop, Texas Coordinating Board for Colleges and Universities, Austin.
3/81 Education for a New Paradigm Society, Northwest Wisconsin Chapter of the World Future Society, UW-Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
7/80 Metaperspectives for the Future: Technology, World Future Society World Congress, Toronto, Canada.
4/80 The Need for a New Metaperspective in Worldwide Planning. Southwestern General Systems Group Annual Meeting, Birmingham.
4/80 Education for a New Paradigm Society. National Meeting of State School Boards, Atlanta, Georgia.
3/80 Getting Beyond Coping. Coping with Change Conference. World Future Society, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
10/79 Education for a New Paradigm Society. Educational Futures Conference, Education Section, World Future Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
12/77 Professional Progress of a Scholarship Recipient with a Severe Handicap. Kiwanis Club, Marshfield, Wisconsin.
12/77 Technology and the Future: The Opening Window. West Virginia Chapter of the World Future Society, Morgantown.
11/77 Technology, Ecology, and Water Quality. Water Quality Planning Conference, Morgantown, West Virginia.
11/76 The Future of Technology in Outer Space. Third Annual Technology in the Future Conference, Fairmont State College, Fairmont, West Virginia.
8/75 Occupations in the Future. 4H Camp, Camp Muffly, West Virginia.
10/70 A Total In-Process Quality Control System,. Midwest Silver Anniversary Conference, American Society for Quality Control, Minneapolis Minnesota.
High School Kiwanis Scholarship 61
Varsity Letters (4)
Cross Country 59,60
Uthrotar (Rotary Club) 60
UW- Stout Fee Scholarships 61-65
Dean's List (7 semesters) 62-66
Medallion Award 66
High Distinction 66
Stanford Wheeler Engineering Fellowship 66-67
West Virginia U President's Scholar-4.0 GPA 71-74
Texas Southern U State Award/DOE Energy Efficiency Awards 7/88
Governor's Energy Efficiency Commendation 9/91
Boy Scouts Eagle 58
Order of the Arrow 58
Church Groups High School 57-61
President, United Campus Ministry 65-66
Civil Rights Conference, Madison, WI 62
Cities Conference, Minneapolis, MN 65
Quadrennial Conference, Lincoln, NB 65
UW-Stout Stout Foundation Advisory Board 70-71
Volunteer, Drug and Crisis Hot Line 71
Stanford Campaign for Stanford 77
Community Treasurer, Cheat Canyon Park 75-78
Abilities Exchange 95-Present
Texas Southern U Committee for Environmental Enhancement 81-87
Banquet Committee 83
Advisor, Disabled Students 81-Present
Word Processor Gift, AB Dick 85
Guest Lecturer, Management, Human Factors 94, 95, 00
Steering Committee, SACS Self Study 90, 99-00
Master's Project Inspector Performance Response: Analysis of the Performance of Inspectors
9/67-1/68 at Inspection Stations. A paper presented to the Industrial Engineering Department. Stanford University: January, 1968. 47 pages.
Doctoral Research ORACLE: A Computer-Assisted Logical System for Synthesizing the
6/72-1/74 Educational Philosophy of an Individual. A dissertation. West Virginia University: January, 1974. 397 pages.
Post Doctoral Research A Survey of Needs and Opportunities for the Handicapped in Marion County
5/74-8/74 Schools. Final report. Technology Education Program, West Virginia University: August, 1974. 198 pages. (ERIC Reports)
Faculty Research Investigation of the alternatives for technological society in the future.
10/76-8/77 Unpublished concept paper. August, 1977. 39 pages.
The Sources of Energy, Alternatives for the Future, and A Scenario: 2050. 3/78-4/78 Three slide presentations. April, 1978.
Pathways to Transformation. Continued theoretical investigation of the
10/78-Present possible course of technology in the future. Unpublished concept paper. August, 1979. 38 pages.
Graduate School Opportunities for Industrial Technology Undergraduates. A guide. Menomonie: Industrial Technology, UW-Stout, September, 1965.
A Total In-Process Quality Control System. Proceedings of the Silver Anniversary Midwest Conference of the American Society for Quality Control, Minneapolis, March, 1970.
TPTT Planning Guide. A PERT planning guide for technology teacher centers. Morgantown: Training Program for Teachers in the Technologies, West Virginia University, April, 1972. (Second Edition, April, 1973).
Intelligence and the Machine. A monograph. Morgantown: West Virginia University Foundation, Technology Education Program, April, 1972.
Looking. A poem. In Quality American Poetry - 1974 - Book II. Edited by William Lloyd Griffin. Huntington, WV: Valley Publications, 1974.
Revelation. A poem. In Quality American Poetry - 1975 - Book III. Edited by William Lloyd Griffin. Huntington, WV: Valley Publications, 1975.
A Sometime Journal. Chief writer and editor. Newsletter of the West Virginia Chapter of the World Future Society. Volume I, Nos. 1 and 2, 1977-78.
Future Think. Chief writer and editor. Newsletter of the Georgia Chapter of the World Future Society. Bimonthly. Volumes 1 and 2, 1979-80.
Education for a New Paradigm Society. Educational Futures: Sourcebook II. Edited by Kathleen M. Redd. Education Section, World Future Society, Bethesda, MD, 1979. (ERIC Reports ED 182 255).
Metaperspectives for the Future: Technology. Presentation at the World Future Society World Congress, Toronto, 1980. (ERIC Reports ED 198 016).
Consulting Resources for the Future: Matching Needs with Knowledge. Co-authored with Joan Maki. World Future Society Bulletin. 16:1:21-24. January-February, 1982. (ISSN 0049-8092).
Knowledge/Skills Considerations: A Computer Capacity Management Implementation Strategy. Co-authored with Konrad E. Sadek. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual International Conference on Computer Capacity Management, San Francisco, April, 1982.
Communication and Information: Their Relationship to Computer-Based Information Systems. Co-authored with Konrad E. Sadek and Michael A. Wilmer. Proceedings of the Sixth European Meeting on Cybernetics and Systems Research, Vienna, Austria, April, 1982.
Knowledge/Skill Transfer between Environments: Its Influence on Computer-Based Information System Design. Co-authored with Konrad E. Sadak and Alexander E. Tomeski. Proceedings of the 1982 Joint National ORSA/TIMS Meeting. San Diego, CA, October, 1982. Also published in The Journal of Systems Management. 34:8:21-29. August, 1983.
Computer-Based Information Systems in International Relief Organizations. Co-authored with Konrad E. Sadak and Alexander E. Tomeski. Proceedings of the 1982 American Institute for Decision Science Meeting. San Francisco, CA, November, 1982.
A Comprehensive Energy Management Program for Multibuilding Facility. Proceedings of the Third Annual Symposium on Energy Conservation in Hot and Human Climates. College Station, Texas A and M University, 1987.
Comprehensive Energy Management Program Plan. Part of the Manual for State Agency Energy Management Programs. Texas State Energy Conservation Office, General Services Agency. Austin, Texas 1990. Revised 1993, 1995, 2000.
Hanging by a Thread. Unpublished Autobiography. 396 pp. 1997.
The Kaleidoscope Effect. A historical science fiction novel. Bookbooters.com. Stinton, CT: 2000, 75 pp. 2nd Edition 2008
Alone? A historical science fiction novel. Bookbooters.com. Stinton, CT: 2002, 275 pp. 2nd Edition 2009.
Warıs End. A historical novel. Booklocker.com. Self published. Houston,TX: 2005, 245 pp.
Mesa Verde. A poem. Sold to the Educational Testing Service, in perpetuity. Princeton, NJ. 2009.
Microsoft Word Excellent Desktop Publishing, Letters, Memos
Microsoft Excel Excellent Spreadsheets, Forms, Linked Calculations, Charts
MS PowerPoint Excellent Original, Color, Presentations
Helix Excellent Client/Server Data Management-Input Forms, Multiple Output Formats, including Forms, Form Letters, Notices, Lists, Queried Lists, Summaries, and other Productivity Tools --Beta Tester
MacDraw Pro Excellent Line Drawing, Coloring, Rendering
SuperPaint Excellent Scan Editing, pixel by pixel.
ClarisCad Untrained Skilled Drafter with Drafting Machines, Both Mech and Architect
PhotoShop Good Format Translation, Editing, Touch Up, Resizing, shadowing
MacProject Excellent Schedule and Resource Allocation Charts, expert on PERT and other CPM techniques
Meanıs Cost Good Estimate and check bids on construction projects
Dragon Excellent Operate Windows computer and dictate documents.
Dragon Dictate Excellent Operate Macintoshcomputer and dictate documents.
File Sharing Good Purchased, installed, and administered a 35 computer LAN of mixed devices, two fileservers, both ethernet and WiFi
Mail Good Purchased, installed, and administered a LAN mail server.
iMovie Good Edit digital video, create movies and publish to web.
Good Used Disk First Aid, Disinfectant and Norton to restore crashed
Utilities disks, recover files, and eliminate corrupted or incompatible applications from the referenced computers 85-98
Browsers Good Good Internet access, search skills. Compose web pages (over 1000)
HTML Good Design and develop web pages. FTP and editing
Win NT 4.0 In Training Microsoft Administration and Workstation courses completed 98
TMA In Training Three day course on The Maintenance Authority 00
ArchiBus In Training Two day course on the use of Archibus with AutoCad 01
Mac PCs Excellent Have set up and installed Mac OS systems and software on all Mac computers from SE Pluses to iMacs. Have installed RAM, accelerator boards, ethernet cards, interal and external hard drives, voice activation systems, fax modems and other accessories with physical assistance from others.
PCs Excellent Good use of Windows 98, NT, 2000, and XP. Have some difficulty with physical operation of two-button mouse.
Network Good Designed, bid, and installed a Farralon PhoneNet LAN using Starcontrollers and the existing telephone cabling in building. Added an ethernet controller using InterNet Router software to join ethernet and LocalTalk
Printers Good Installed dot matrix and laser printers in strategic locations on the network to provide excellent access to printers. Added one scanner, one thermal color printer, and one plotter, to provide for most needs
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Distinguished Professor of History
Texas Southern University
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Born: Owen, Wisconsin 12/21/42 Single Quadriplegic/Spinal Injury 1963
Canada, Mexico, Germany, Egypt, Pakistan, Thailand, Philippines, Bangladesh, Guatemala, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Bahamas
list of proposals authored, co-authored, and produced is available. A
list of mentorships for Columbia Pacific University is available. A
list of additional references is available.