Bachelor of Science, Bowling Green State University, 1966; Master of Arts, Kent State University, 1968; Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, 1972.
Research assistant National Science Foundation, Bowling Green State University, 1963-1964; research counselor, Vocational Rehabilitation Center, Akron, Ohio., 1967-1968; research associate, Project for Undergraduate Education, Berkeley, California, 1968-1970; research associate, Ednl. Testing Svc., Berkeley, California, 1970-1971; from director academic planning to associate professor, U. Delaware, since 1971; president, Micro League Sports, Inc., Newark, Delaware, 1982-1989; president, Development Research Associations, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, since 1977. Consultant various public sector agencies, since 1979.
Baseball coach Police Athletic League, WIlmington, Delaware, since 1990. Member American Association of University Professors, American Psychological Association, International Personnel Management Association (human rights committee), International Assn. Chiefs of Police, International Fire Chiefs Association.
Married Jeri D. Metallo, October 19, 1984. Married Jacqueline F. Spelman, August 15, 1967 (divorced 1975).