social programs. (1974-1975)
Assistant Professor, Georgetown University (2003-present)
Research Consultant, College of Menominee Nation. Participate in design of associate degree programs, design of courses, and teaching pilots of two courses in advance of their approval by the curriculum committee. (1999-2003)
Faculty member, Antioch University at Baltimore. Designed masters degree program in health care administration, including development and teaching of six courses (1980-1982).
Lecturer and Consultant, The Johns Hopkins University, School of Hygiene and Public Health (1974-1982).
(Mother tongue); (Certificate Level I, Middle East Institute,1981; and private tutoring); (Good); (Fair); (Certificate Level I, Centro Internacional Para Aprendizagem de Lenguas, Lisbon, 1990)
EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D., Technology Management, Polytechnic of Central London (Dissertation topic: Worker Participation in Technology Assessment: Advances in Medical Technology and the Roles of Nurses) June, 1990.
Graduate studies in Business Administration, Johns Hopkins University and College of Notre Dame. (1978-1979); Graduate studies in Urban Planning, The American University, Washington, DC (1968).
B.A., History and International Relations, with a specialization in the Middle East and Latin America, The American University, Washington, DC (1968).
PUBLICATIONS AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS (Does not include study reports and documents published and disseminated through the Federal Government or other funders.)
"Developing Guidelines for Delphi", Journal of Technological Forecasting and Social Change, Vol. 7, Number 2, 1975.
"National Drug Abuse Policy Delphi‑Preliminary Findings" in The Delphi Method: Techniques and Applications, Linstone, H. and Turoff, M., Eds. Reading: Addison‑Wesley, 1975.
Delphi Drug Abuse Policy Study: Preliminary Methodological Findings (Proceedings, Fifth International Institute on the Prevention and Treatment of Drug Dependence, Copenhagen, 1974.
The Politics of Drug Abuse Program Evaluation, Proceedings of the National Conference on Evaluation of Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Programs, Washington, DC, 1974.
Jillson, I.A. and Goldschmidt, P.: Cost Effectiveness Analysis in Drug Abuse Training Programs. (Paper presented at the National Conference on Drug Abuse Training, Washington, DC, February, 1974).