Global Technology and Development
Gary M. Grossman, Director of Global Technology & Development
- Grossman, Gary M. “Developing Social Capital Through National Education Reform: The Transformation of Teacher Education in Turkey”, in I. R. Haslam, M.S. Khine, & I. M. Saleh (Eds.)(in press-2012 publication). Large Scale Reform and Social Capital Building: The Professional Development Imperative. London: Routledge.
- Turkan, Sultan and Gary M. Grossman, “Teacher Educators and Leaders as Agents of Change in a Teacher Education Activity System: The Reform-in-the-Making in Turkey”. International Online Journal of Education Sciences, 3(2011), pp. 1-29.
- Grossman, Gary M., Margaret K. Sands, and Barbara Brittingham, “Teacher Education Accreditation in Turkey: The Creation of a Culture of Quality. International Journal of Educational Development, 30 (2010), pp. 102-109.
- Grossman, Gary M and Margaret K. Sands. "Restructuring Reforms in Turkish Teacher Education: Modernization and Development in a Dynamic Environment". International Journal of Educational Development, 28 (2008), pp. 70-80.
- Grossman, Gary M, Pinar E. Onkol, and Margaret K. Sands. "Curriculum Reform in Turkish Teacher Education: Faculty Attitudes Toward Modernization in an EU Candidate Nation". International Journal of Educational Development, 27 (2007), pp. 138-150.
- Grossman, Gary M. and Pinar E. Onkol. "Toward the Europeanization of Turkish Teacher Education: Education Reform and Professional Development in a New Context" in N. Terzis (ed.) Lifelong Learning in the Balkans (Thessaloniki, Greece: Kyriakidis Brothers S.A., 2006) pp.337-357.
Mary Jane C. Parmentier, Associate Administrator & Senior Lecturer
- “Social Networking and Political Mobilization in Comparative Perspectives,” with Patience Akpan-Obong, presented at the International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Diego, California, March 31 – April 4, 2012.
- Parmentier, M.J. (2012). Simulating in cyberspace: Designing and assessing simple role playing activities for online regional studies courses. International Studies Perspectives (accepted, forthcoming in Fall 2012)
- Parmentier, M.J. (2011). Beyond Machiavelli: Teaching applied ethics in a technology and international politics course. Teaching Ethics: The Journal for the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum 11 (1): 37-47.
- Akpan-Obong, P. and Parmentier, M.J. (2010). Coordination, convergence or contradiction: ICTs for integration and development in Southern Africa and the Southern Cone, chapter in Fu, X. and Soete, L, eds., The Rise of Technological Power in the South, Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave, Chapter 15, pp. 300-320.
Clark Miller, , Associate Professor, Engineering, Science, Technology and Society, International Organizations, Science and Global Security
Joseph Herkert, Associate Professor, Engineering, Engineering Ethics, Science, Technology and Society
Mark Henderson, Professor, Engineering, College of Technology and Innovation, Director of Global Resolve
Netra Chhetri, Assistant Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning; Consortium for Science, Policy and Outcomes
Arnold Maltz, Associate Professor, Supply Chain Management, W.P. Carey School of Business
Gary Waissi, Professor, Technology Management, College of Technology and Innovation
Cecilia Menjivar, Cowden Distinguished Professor, School of Social and Family Dynamics
Kathy Nakagawa, Head of Faculty & Associate Professor, Asian Pacific American Studies/Culture, Society & Education, School of Social Transformation
Martin J. Pasqualetti, Professor, Geography, Energy and Environment, Climate Change
Mirna Lattouf, Senior Lecturer, Middle Eastern Studies, History, Women and Development
Affiliated Faculty (non-ASU)
Dr. Ray D. Ryan, Dept. of Education, Retired, Ohio State University
Denise Brandt, Faculty Associate, Johns Hopkins
Dr. Olcay Unver, Deputy Director, UN Food and Agriculture Org, Rome
Dr. Sultan Turkan, Research Faculty, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ