Bachelor, Kearney (Nebraska) State College, 1967; Doctor of Philosophy, SyracuseU., 1977; student American Assembly Collegiate School Bus, Management Information System Institute, 1989, 90.
Intern/contractor, Agency for International Development, Lahore, Pakistan, 1969;
research coordinator, Center for Opinion Research, Syracuse, New York, 1972-1974;
assistant professor political science, U. Alaska, Anchorage, 1974-1978;
associate professor polit.sci., U. Alaska, Anchorage, 1978-1983;
professor public policy methods, U. Alaska, Anchorage, 1983-1987;
professor management information systems, U. Alaska, Anchorage, since 1987;
chair computer information and office system Department, University Alaska, Anchorage, since 1991. Director Anchorage Urban Conservatory, 1977-1983. President Policy Analysts, Ltd., since 1978.
Consultant Alaska Judicial Council, Anchorage, 1982-1989. Board directors Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, 1989-1991, Anchorage Telephone Utility, since 1992.
Member Anchorage Population Communications, since 1977, Municipal Data Processing ReviewComm., 1982, Gifted and Talented, Anchorage School District, 1983-1986. Consultant Anchorage mayoral campaigns, 1981, 1984, gubernatorial campaign, 1990. Member International Academy for Information Management, Association for Computing Machinery, Decision Sciences Institute, Data Processing Management Association (scholarship chair, conference treasurer since 1989, board directors since 1992).
Married Mary Lou Hanley, July 14, 1995. Children: Matthew, Beth.