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administrator , Academic dean

Aaron Philip Donsky, American academic dean, administrator. National Institute of Mental Health fellow, 1968-1969; recipient Best Paper of Conference award AERA/SIG, Ohio State University, 1980.


Donsky, Aaron Philip was born on January 14, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Edward and Anne (Galsky) Donsky.


Bachelor, University Illinois, 1965. Master of Arts, University Illinois, 1967. Master in Public Administration, Pennsylvania State University, 1977.


Assistant professor sociology Illinois State University, Normal, 1969-1972. Visiting research lecturer University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 1972-1973. Associate professor sociology West Virginia Northern Community College, Wheeling, 1973-1976.

Research consultant Federal Environmental Protection Agency Grant, Lincoln University, 1976-1977. Director research development Lakeland Community College, Mentor, Ohio, 1978-1983. Dean of planning and information services Dutchess Community College, Poughkeepsie, New York, since 1983.

Board directors First American Capital Resources, Chicago. Research consultant Governor Cuomo's Task Force for Centers of Excellence, Poughkeepsie, since 1985, Center for Responsive Government, Washington, since 1985.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Reaching New Students Through New Technologies, 1983.


Board directors Lake County (Ohio) Council on Aging, 1980-1983. Member Lake County Citizen Review Board, 1981-1983. Panel member Dutchess County United Way, Poughkeepsie, 1984.

Member Association for Institutional Research, American Association Community and Junior Colleges.


Married Wendy Arbit, August 10, 1968. Children: Seth, Tracy. Married Deborah Karen Dominish, June 24, 1979.

Children: Benjamin, Alexander.

Edward Donsky

Anne (Galsky) Donsky

Wendy Arbit

Deborah Karen Dominish

Alexander Donsky

Tracy Donsky

Benjamin Donsky

Seth Donsky