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Ashford Publishing Radio Presents James Pappas

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Dr. Pappas currently serves as Dean of the College of Liberal Studies; as well as a Professor of Educational Psychology and Liberal Studies at the University of Oklahoma. As dean, he administers a non-traditional, interdisciplinary academic college which offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in liberal studies with self-designed, administrative leadership, health care, and museum emphases that mature students can complete in seminar, independent study and online formats. Dr. Pappas also serves as Vice President for University Outreach.

Prior to coming to the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Pappas received a doctorate in clinical psychology from Purdue University, a master's degree from Ohio University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Utah. In addition, he has completed the Executive Management Program at Stanford University and the Institute for the Management of Lifelong Education at Harvard University.
In addition, Dr. Pappas has served as Associate Dean of Liberal Education, Associate Dean of the Division of Continuing Education, Professor of Educational Psychology, Director of Academic Counseling and Director of Independent Study at the University of Utah. He also has worked as a psychologist with the Veterans Administration, and an assessment officer with the Peace Corps.
Dr. Pappas has consulted with such organizations as the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation Services; Utah State Prisons; Wyoming School Districts; American College Testing Program; Skaggs/American Foods; Butler Buildings; Bosworth-Sullivan; Kennecott Copper; Lockheed Martin; National Association for Homecare; and, Hermes Associates (a mall developer). In addition, he has served on numerous community service and professional association boards, including the Association of Continuing Higher Education as well as the University Continuing Education Association, as its President.