Vita

Allen Mori , Ph. D.
 


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GENERAL

Current Position: Dean, Charter College of Education
Professor of Education
Office Address: California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, California 90032

Telephone:

(323) 343-4300 (Work)
(323) 343-4318 (Fax)

E-Mail:

amori@calstatela.edu

EDUCATION

1975

Bloomsburg University
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania

Ph.D. Special Education
Major: Higher Education
Minor: Administration

1971

Bloomsburg University
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania

M.Ed. Special Education

1969

Franklin & Marshall College
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

B.A. Government and History

ADDITIONAL EDUCATION

1975

University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania

Postdoctoral study
in Educational Administration

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

1987-Present

California State University, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Dean, Charter College of Education

1984-87

Marshall University
Huntington, West Virginia
Dean, College of Education

OTHER EXPERIENCE

1987-Present

California State University, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Professor (Tenured), Division of Special Education

1984-87

Marshall University
Huntington, West Virginia
Professor, Division of Teacher Education

1983-84

University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada
Chair, Faculty Senate

1981-84

University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada
Associate Professor (Tenured) and then Professor,
Departments of Special Education and Counseling
& Educational Psychology (Joint Appointment)

1975-81

University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Las Vegas, Nevada
Assistant and then Associate Professor, Department
of Special Education

1974-75

University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Supervisor of Student Teaching (Special Education)

1969-74

Public School Teaching Experience in Special Education
in Pennsylvania

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

 
  • Member of many state and local advisory committees
    and organizations, particularly in mental health/
    mental retardation; various civic and service
    organizations in Pennsylvania, Nevada, West Virginia,
    and California (list will be provided upon request).

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

 
  • Association of Teacher Educators
  • Council for Exceptional Children
  • Divisions: DCD (Executive Committee 1981-83) DEC, TED
  • National Society for the Study of Education
  • Phi Beta Delta
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Pi Lambda Theta
  • Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and
    Universities (Executive Committee 1990-92, President-
    Elect, 1992-93, President, 1993-94)

EDITORSHIPS

1988-92

Consulting Editor, Career Development for Exceptional
Individuals

1981-87

Book Review Editor, Career Development for
Exceptional Individuals

1982-85

Member, Editorial Review Board, Journal for
Vocational Special Needs Education

1980-84

Editor, Topics in Early Childhood Special Education

1979-81

Consulting Editor, Career Development for Exceptional
Individuals

1979-80

Editor, Communicator, Division of Early Childhood

COMMITTEE SERVICE

 
  • Served on more than 35 system, university, college,
    and school committees in Pennsylvania, Nevada, West
    Virginia, and California including search committees
    for President, Vice President for Academic Affairs,
    and Vice President for Institutional Advancement all
    at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

PUBLICATIONS AND CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS

Papers Presented:

1975-Present

Seventeen papers presented at national or international conferences (list will be provided upon request).

Grants:

1975-Present

Have written and administered federal and state
grants and contracts for $2,203,015 (list will be
provided upon request).

Selected Journal Articles:

 

Mori, A. A. (1994). Diversity in the teacher workforce:
Challenges and opportunities for America's schools and
colleges of education. National Forum of Teacher Education
Journal, 4,1,3-8.

  Lindsey, R.B. and Mori, A.A. (1988). Teamwork
builds leaders. The School Administrator, 9, 45,
26-27.
  Reenstjerna, F.R. and Mori, A.A. (1987). The
rational decision making model: A preliminary
proposal to use program cost data in higher
education. Capstone Journal of Education, 7, 4, 45-54.

  Shearer, M. S. and Mori, A. A. (1987). Administration of
preschool special education programs. Strategies for
effectiveness. Journal of the Division of Early Childhood,
11, 2, 161-170.

  Mori, A.A. (1984). Staff training: A method.
Remedial and Special Education, 5, 4, 48-49.

  ________ (1983). A survey of the perceived
importance and frequency of practice of career
education tasks by secondary teachers at residential
schools for the blinds. Journal for Special Educators,
19, 3, 29-36.

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