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Phillip Donald Grub, business educator. Named a University Professor in Peoples Republic of China, 1986.


Grub, Phillip Donald was born on August 8, 1931 in Medical Lake, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Carl Dryer and Barbara Rosalie (Johnson) Grub.


Bachelor in Economics and Business Education with honors, Eastern Washington State University, 1953. Master of Business Administration (Scottish Rite Foundation fellow), George Washington University, 1960. Doctor of Business Administration (American Security and Trust scholar), George Washington University, 1964.

DBus (honorary), University International Business and Economics, Beijing, 1986.


President, Phillip D. Grub, Inc., Spokane, Washington, 1953-1954;private practice, 1956-1962;co-owner, co-manager, 7G Ranch, Medical Lake, 1962-1970;associate professor, director programs in international business, George Washington University, Washington, 1964-1970;department chairman business administration, George Washington University, Washington, 1968-1970;professor business administration, George Washington University, Washington, 1971-1973;Aryamehr professor multinational management, George Washington University, Washington, 1974-1994;Aryamehr professor emeritus, George Washington University, Washington, since 1994;special assistant to president, George Washington University, Washington, 1974-1980;managing partner, Phillip Grub and Associations, since 1994;distinguished executive in residence, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, 1997-1998. Consultant Summa Group, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1991-1992. Management consultant to industry and goverments.

Partner C & P Investments, Medical Lake, Washington, since 1988. Member Maryland.-District of Columbia Export Expansion Council, 1968-1989. Visiting professor international business administration, acting director Ohio World Trade Education Center, Cleveland State University, 1972-1973.

Director, chairman of the executive committee Diplomat National Bank, 1978-1980. Member board advisory Donaldson, Luftkin & Jenrette, 1980-1983. Board directors United States-JapanCulture Center.

Director Washington World Trade Institute, 1983-1991, president, 1983-1986. Director United States Vietnam Ednl. Foundation, since 1990.

Senior advisor Shanghi Ctr.Internat. Studies, since 1987.



Board directors United States Forestry, 1987-1990. Senior advisor Shanghai Center International Studies, since 1987. With United States Army, 1954-1956.

Member Academy International Business (president 1975-1977), Academy Management, American Management Association, United States-Japan Culture Society (board directors, executive secretary), Fellows Academy International Business, Masons, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma.


Carl Dryer Grub

Barbara Rosalie (Johnson) Grub