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business educator

John Wesley Slocum, Business educator. Named Nicolas Salgo distinguished teacher Southern Methodist U., since 1987; National Science Foundation scholar, 1969. President Bent Tree West Homowners Association, Dallas, 1983-1984. Fellow Academy Management (editor journal 1979-1981), Decision Sciences International; member Academy Management (president 1983-1984).

Background

Slocum, John Wesley was born on September 3, 1940 in New York City. Son of John Wesley Senior and Florence (Brenner) Slocum.

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration, Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pennsylvania, 1962;Master of Business Administration, Kent State University, 1964;Doctor of Philosophy, U. Washington, 1967.

Career

With industrial relations department, Benjamin Franklin Goodrich, Akron, Ohio., 1963-1964;assistant professor business, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1967-1969;associate professor, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1969-1973;professor, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, 1973-1979;O. Paul Corley professor organizational behavior, Southern Methodist U., Dallas, since 1979. Visiting professor Ohio State University, Columbus, 1975-1976. Consultant Loral Vought, since 1986, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Huntsville, Alabama, since 1979, Allstate Insurance Company, since 1987.

President Management Cons. Svc., Dallas, since 1981.

Membership

Board member Kisco Senior Living, Carlsbad, California, 2000—2007. Chairman compensation committee, member audit committee ViewCast, Plano, Texas, 2006—2007. Fellow: Academy Management (life.

President 1983-1984, Distinguished Service award 1993).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, bridge.

Connections

Married Gail G. Slocum, June 20, 1964. Children: Christopher S., Bradley S., Jonathan S.

father:
John Wesley Senior Slocum

mother:
Florence (Brenner) Slocum

spouse:
Gail Gustin

children:
Christopher Slocum

Bradley Slocum

Jonathan Slocum