Rosalyn M. King, Ed.D
Professor of Psychology
Chair, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association (ECCSSA)
Editor-in-Chief, The ECCSSA Journal
Advisor, Psychology Club

Former Chair, VCCS Center for Teaching Excellence
Former Chair/Assistant Dean, Psychology Program
Northern Virginia Community College-Loudoun Campus
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 Areas of  Specialization:
An interdisciplinary focus in the following areas: Psychology/Allied Sciences; Education, Sociology, Anthropology/Ethnography; Learning Environments-Educational Psychology;Cognitive Developmental Psychology;Cognitive Science; History of Psychology; Administration, Planning and Social Policy;Counseling; Research Design and Methodology; and Process and Impact Evaluation.

 Courses Taught at NVCC:
Introduction to Psychology, Lifespan Human Development, Health Psychology, Educational Psychology,
Research Methods, Theories of Personality, Social Psychology, Psychological Survey of Animal Development
and Human Interaction, Developmental Psychology, Child Psychology.

 Courses Taught at Other Colleges and Universities:
Introduction to Psychology, Lifespan Human Development, Developmental Psychology, Child Psychology, Educational Psychology, Theories of Personality,History and Systems of Psychology, Human Relations, Small Group Analysis, Introduction to Education, Experimental Psychology.

 Study Abroad:
       Paris, France; Strasbourg, France; French Riviera (Nice, Principality of Monaco, Monte Carlo, Cannes, Eze);  
Italy (Northern & Southern); Greece (Athens and the Islands), Turkey (Kusadasi, Ephesus); Spain( Central, Southern);  Morocco (Tetouan), Austria (Vienna & Salzburg); Japan (Tokyo, Kamakura, Kyoto), England
(London, Oxford, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Chester, Yorkshire, Bath & more); Ireland (Shannon, Killarney,
County Kerry, Cork, Ring of Kerry,  Dublin & more); Wales, Scotland (Edinburgh, Inverness,);Jamaica (entire country); Germany (Berlin, Dachau, Munich, Heidelberg, Dresden, Potsdam,); Czech Republic(Prague),
Slovakia, Hungary(Budapest); Israel & Jordan;  and, Canada (Toronto); China and Hong Kong; and
Grand Tour of Europe (10 Countries: England, France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland,
Austria,  Italy, Greece and Turkey); Sicily and Rome; Ancient Peru (Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu).

Faculty International Exchange:

International Christian University and Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan. "Contemporary Japanese Culture and Society."  Council on International Education Exchange. (2007)

Oxford Roundtable, St. Anne's College, Oxford University.  The Psychology of the Child. (2006)

Oxford Roundtable, St. Anne's College, Oxford University. The Three Cultures: Humanities-Literature,
Religion and Science. (2009)

 Projects, Boards, Committees:

Editor in Chief, The ECCSSA Journal, 2015 to Present

Chair, Board of Directors, (Elected April 2005), East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, formerly known as Eastern Community College Social Science Association,  2003-Present

Conference Chair, ECCSSA, 2012 to Present

Conference Chair, 2009, 35th Annual Conference of the Eastern Community College Social Science
Association,"Visions for Creating a Sustainable Future: Toward Transformational Change for a Collective
World at Peace." March 26-28, 2009, Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun Campus, Sterling, VA.

Executive Council, EF Educational Tours, Inc., Cambridge, MA,  (Served 2 Terms)

Chair, Psychology Review Committee, Northern Virginia Community College, 2008-2009

Member, Student Development Review Committee, Northern Virginia Community College, 2009

Chair, VCCS Center for Teaching Excellence, Northern Virginia Region, 1997-2013

Director, Center for Teaching Excellence, Loudoun Campus, NVCC, 1997-2005

Honors Faculty, Loudoun Campus, NVCC, 1999-Present

Professional Development Committee, Virginia Community College System, 1998-2013

Program Representative, Smithsonian Institution, Resident Associates Program, 1995-Present

Planning Committee, 2011 National Assessment for Educational Progress (NAEP) Writing Framework and Specifications Development, ACT Inc., and the National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB), January 2006-December 2007.

Advisory Board, University of Virginia, Northern Virginia Center, 2003-2005

Conference Chair-2005, 31st Annual Conference of the Eastern Community Social Science Association-
        "Advancing the Social Sciences in the Information Age"- April 1-2, 2005, Northern Virginia Community
         College

Chair, Evaluation Subcommittee, Professional Development Committee, Virginia Community College System,
        2003

Chair, Future Issues Subcommittee, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Institutional Effectiveness,  Fall & Spring 2003

Past Editor, The Northern Virginia Review. A publication of the faculty, staff and alumni of Northern Virginia Community College, 1997-1999


 Research Interests:

Teaching and Learning; Physiological Links to Learning; Brain and Behavior; Metaphysics; Mysticism;
Altered States of Consciousness; Human Development; Carl Jung; Gnosticism; Spirituality; Alternative
Healing Therapies and Energy Medicine;  Service Learning;  Ethnicity & Diversity Issues; and, Education
for Global Understanding and World Peace.

 Awards & Honors:

Citations

Who's Who Among America's Teachers, 2003-2004; 2004-2005 (8th and 9th Editions); 2006; 2007
Who's Who of American Women, 1991-1992; 2002;2003-2004; 2005-2006; 2007; 2008-2009; 2010
Who's Who of Emerging Leaders, 1992
Who's Who in America, 1998; 1999; 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013 (67th Edition); 2014, 2015 (forthcoming)
Who's Who in American Education, 2005;
Who's Who in Finance and Industry, 1992-1993
Who's Who in the South and Southwest, 1984-1985; 1985-1986
Who's Who in the World, 2002;2003; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013; 2014; 2015 (forthcoming)
National Registry of Professionals and Executives, 2003
International Directory of Distinguished Leaders, 1991 & 1992

Awards

Outstanding Service to the College, NVCC Educational Foundation, 2000
Outstanding Young Women of America, 1981
Outstanding and Dedicated Service, Police-Firemen-Youth Council, NCCJ, 1973

Fellowships

Ford Foundation, Fellow (Graduate School-3 years)
Rockefeller Foundation, Fellow (Graduate School)

Honor Societies

Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology)
Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity

 Certificates:

Oxford Round Table, Oxford University, Oxford, England, 2009
Oxford Roundtable,Oxford University, Oxford, England, 2006
The Balanced Scorecard, George Mason University, 2002
The Administrative Leaders Seminar, VCCS, 2001-2002
The 4 Roles of Leadership, Franklin Covey Co., 2001
Instructional Leaders Seminar, Virginia Community College System, 1999
Smitihsonian Insitution, 2000 to present, TSA Monitor/Volunteer
Dealing with Difficult People, 1989
Labor Relations, 1989
Worker's Compensation, 1989
Budget and Financial Management, 1989
Leadership Skills, 1989
Alcohol and Drug Abuse, 1989
Personnel Policies and Practices, 1988
Managing Multiple Demands, 1988
EEO and Effective Supervision, 1988
How To Delegate Work and Ensure Its Done Right, 1988
A variety of certificates in information and instructional technology

  Past Employment:

Catonsville Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County, Psychology
Prince George's Community College,Psychology- Largo Campus and Andrews AFB
University of Maryland at College Park, Human Development and Child Study Institute, College of Education
Mary Washington University, Psychology
George Mason University, Psychology
University of North Florida, Career Placement and Special Project Assignment
Clark-Atlanta University, Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy
Coppin State College, Psychology
Commission of Public Health, District of Columbia Government
U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census-Racial Statistics Branch
PUSH-EXCEL Institute for Research and Training
National Conference of Christians and Jews, Inc.
Freedom House, Institute on Schools and Education, Boston, Massachusetts
Roxbury-Harvard School Program, Harvard University
Center for Urban Studies, Harvard University
State House, Special Commission on Unequal Educational Opportunity, Boston, Massachusetts

 Publications, Reports, Presentations and Trainings:

Publications

King, Rosalyn M. (2017). Rethinking leadership in higher education: Vision, models, expansion, inclusion, development and transformation.
The ECCSSA Journal. 16(1), 1-33.

King, Rosalyn M. (2016). Education for mobilization and action: Leading transformational change. The ECCSSA Journal, 15(1), 1-26.

King, Rosalyn M. (2015). New frontiers: Models for redesign in the social and behavioral sciences. The ECCSSA Journal, 14(1), 1-55.

King, Rosalyn M. (2008). Enriching the lives of children: Creating meaningful and novel stimulus
experiences to promote cognitive, moral and emotional development. Cambridge, England:
Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN: 9781847184429, Hardback, 160pp.
ISBN:1443812536, Paperback,152pp. (2009).Available at www.c-s-p.org or www.amazon.com.

King, Rosalyn M. (2004).  New WorldQuest:  A game to promote global understanding and build a
world community. Copyrighted April 2004, United States Copyright Office.

King, Rosalyn M. (2003).  Managing teaching loads and finding time for reflection and renewal. In
Lessons learned: Practical advice for the teaching of psychology (Volume 2),  Baron  Perlman, Lee I. McCann and Susan H. McFadden, (Eds.).  Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Society. Order online at: www.psychological science.org/lessons.

King, Rosalyn M.  (2002).  Managing teaching loads and finding time for reflection and renewal.
Inquiry: The   Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges  7(1), 11-21. Online - Click on title above.

----. ( 2002). Managing teaching loads and finding time for reflection and renewal. Observer,
 American Psychological Society, 15(1), 13-14,35-36. Online - Click on title above.

----. (2000). The importance of critical reflection in college teaching: Two reviews of Stephen Brookfield's book, becoming a critically reflective teacher. (With Eric P. Hibbison, J. Sargeant
Reynolds Community College). Inquiry: The Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges, 5(2), 55-66.
Online - Click on title above.

----.(2000).  Portfolio development:  Using authentic learning assignments in psychology courses.  
The North American Journal of Psychology, 2(1), 151-166.

----.(1999).  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Revisited:  On character and conduct.  The Northern Virginia Review,
13, 71-73.

----.(1992).  Class, Culture and Learning. In The audience in exhibition development ( a course for
 Smithsonian staff). Washington, DC: The American Association of Museums, 1992.

----.(1988).  Reaching greater heights: An evaluation summary of the 1988 college reach-out
 conference. In The second annual college reach-out conference sponsored by the Florida Institute of
 Education and the State Department of Education. Orlando, Florida:  Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich.

----(1987).  Relating instruction & learning to social and economic mobility.  Implications for
 students and educational institutions. In The College Reach-Out Conference, sponsored by The
Florida Institute of Education and The State Department of Education.  Orlando, Florida: Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, 1987.

----.(1986). Martin Luther King revisited: Where do we go from here?  The American Magazine,
(February).

----.(1980).  A clinical exploratory study of the feasibility and utility of certain instruments
 for whole school analysis.  University Microfilms and Dissertation Abstracts International, 40(7).


Research with Students

King, Rosalyn & Bhardwaj,S. Diaz, M., Garza, J., Gheisari, N. Gmerek, J., Gossett, C., Navarro, N. Pujol, M.
Salacinska, R., Trammell, C. and Webb, D. (2005). The impact of work and study on community
college students: An analysis of research and data from students matriculating at Northern
Virginia Community College on the Loudoun campus. A Research Study Conducted by Psychology 211-Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences,
Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun Campus, Sterling, Virginia.

Book Manuscripts

King, Rosalyn M., (Editor).  The role of the Social Sciences in the information age: Change, innovation, research.  Conference Proceedings
of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association. Cambridge Scholars, Press, Inc. (In Progress)

King, Rosalyn M. Psychology and the Three Cultures: History, Perspectives and Portraits. ( In Progress).


Unpublished Manuscripts

----.(1984).  The social and economic status of black families over two decades, 1960-1980:  A state
 of the art assessment. Copyrighted.

----. Project Director. (1983).  The labor market position of black Americans: A state of the art
 assessment over two decades, 1960-1980.  (2 volumes).  For the Rockefeller Foundation and the
 US Department of Labor.  The Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy, Clark-Atlanta University,
Atlanta, Georgia.


Supervised Publications

US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. (1989).  We, the first Americans.  Washington, DC:
Government Printing Office.

US Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census. (1989).  Characteristics of American Indians by
Tribes & Selected Areas. Volume 2 Report, Part 1 and Part 2, Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.


Evaluation Studies and Reports

----. (1994). Evaluation of CDC funded HIV counseling and testing and education programs in the District of
 Columbia: An analysis of processes and impact in 1993.   Washington, DC: Commission of Public Health,
 Agency for HIV & AIDS.

----.(1991). A report on program accomplishments in the academic champions of excellence program,
 fall 1990 to summer 1991.  University of Maryland at College Park: Department of Human Development.
Final Report.

----. ( 1981). Evaluation of the targeted outreach program. (With Battle, Heimel, et al., 4 volumes).
Congressional mandated study for the US Department of Labor, Office of Special National Programs,
Contract Number 99-0-493-01-4.  Washington, DC: Mark Battle Associates, Inc.

----. (1979).  An evaluation report on the minority health careers opportunity program for the University
of Nebraska Medical Center at Omaha, with associates. Silver Spring, MD: EXPAND Associates.

----. (1978). The 636 occupational and educational guidance program. Final Report.  Freedom House Inc.,
Institute on Schools and Education, Roxbury, MA.

----. (1976). An assessment of the 636 occupational and educational guidance program at Freedom House,
Inc., Institute on Schools and Education (with Kenneth W. Haskins).   Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University,
Center for Urban Studies.

----. (1976). An assessment of the educational opportunity center of the National Scholarship Service
for Negro Students (with Kenneth W. Haskins).  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University, Center for Urban Studies.


Research Working Papers

----. (1989). Affluence and wealth among racial and ethnic minorities:  A review and analysis using census
 bureau data. (1989). Prepared for the Council on Foundations, Pluralism in Philanthropy Project, Researcher's Roundtable, Washington, DC.

----. (1987). Toward the development of the Orion Schools:  School for excellence and bel enrichment in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. Planning Document.  
Information Research Network Service.

----. (1986). Black colleges and universities and the education of students:  Past, present, and future.  In
collaboration with Gail E. Thomas, Johns Hopkins University and the National Research Council.

----. (1983). Consequences of unemployment and a poor labor market position:  Impact on family structure, functioning and formation. Atlanta, GA:  Southern
Center for Studies in Public Policy, Clark-Atlanta University.

----. (1983). Economic consequences of unemployment and a poor labor market position:  Effects on
 individuals, families and the quality of life.  Atlanta, GA:  Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy,
Clark-Atlanta University.

----. (1983). Male-female relationships, family structure and family formation in the 1980s.  Atlanta, GA:  Southern Center for Studies in Public Policy,
Clark-Atlanta University.


Creative Expression Articles and Poems

Published more than 25 information and self-development articles in LIGHT QUEST, the international
newsletter of the Unity Center, Washington, DC.

A published poet.  Received national awards for selected poems:  Editor's Choice Award (1999) for
 poem "Serenity," International Library of Poetry; Editor's Choice Award, (1994) for poem "Intrepitude,"
 National Library of Poetry; Golden Poet Award,  (1990) for poem "O God, Make Me More Like You,"
World of Poetry;Various honorable mentions.  

Poems published in: Serenity at Daybreak. (1999). Owing Mills, MD: International Library of Poetry;
 Outstanding Poets of 1994. (1994).  Owings Mills, MD: National Library of Poetry;
World of Poetry Anthology, 1991. (1991),  Sacramento, CA: World of Poetry Press.

Audio tapes: The Sound of Poetry. (1999). The International Library of Poetry. Poem: Serenity.
The Sound of Poetry. (1992).  The National Library of Poetry.  Poem: Intrepitude.


Presentations and Trainings

Rethinking Leadership in Higher Education: Vision, Models, Expansion, Inclusion, Development and
Transformation. East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 42nd Annual Conference, Center
for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2016.

Education for Mobilization and Action: Leading Transformational Change, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 41st Annual Conference, Center
 for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2015.

New Frontiers: Models for Redesign in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 40th Annual Conference, Center
for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2014.

Education for Empowering Communities--Lessons from the Historical Past--Panel with W. Hayman and W. Thompson. Individual Presentation:
Putting Kenneth Haskins'  work into context: Implications for research, educational practice, theory and policy. Harvard University,  Graduate School of Education.
 2014 Alumni of Color Conference, " From Dreams to Movement: Education, Inequality and Justice.February 2014.

The Way of  Return: Ushering in the Renaissance of the 21st Century, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 39th Annual Conference,
Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, March 2013.

The Great Renewal: Lessons from the Past and Direction for the Future,  Eastern Community College Social
 Science Association, 38th Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, March 2012.     

Teach for Understanding: Constructivist Models and Strategies that Engage Diverse Learners for Successful Outcomes (November 2010).
VCCS New Faculty Seminar, Richmond, VA.

Teach for Understanding: Constructivist Models and Strategies that Engage Diverse Learners for Successful Outcomes (October 2009).
VCCS New Faculty Seminar , Richmond, VA.

Psychology's Use and Representation of the Three Cultures in Understanding Human Nature: History,
Perspectives and Portraits. (July 2009). Oxford Round Table on the Three Cultures: Humanities-Literature,
Religion and Science. St. Anne's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.

New WorldQuest: A  game to promote global understanding. (March 2009). A Poster Presentation.
35th Annual Conference , Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia
 Community College, Sterling,VA.

On becoming a world citizen. (March 2009).  Poster Presentation. 35th Annual Conference, Eastern
Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia Community College, Sterling, VA,

Increasing Interconnections in Building a World Community: On Becoming a World Citizen.(March 2008).
Faculty-Student Panel, with Agyemanduah, B., Dowlati, R.,Jaro, G., Kahromi, P., and Stratton, J.
34th Annual Conference, Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Atlantic Cape
 Community College, Mays Landing, New Jersey.

Reaching Every Student: Authentic activites to embrace diversity, globalize instruction and increase
learning in the community college classroom. (March 2008). Eastern Community College Social Science
Association, 34th Annual Conference, Atlantic Cape Community College, Mays Landing, New Jersey.

Reaching Every Student: Authentic activites to embrace diversity, globalize instruction and increase
learning in the community college classroom. (November 2007). VCCS New Faculty Seminar, Virginia
Crossings Resort, Richmond, VA.

Enriching the Lives of Children: Creating Meaningful and Novel Stimulus Experiences to Promote Cognitive,
Moral and Emotional Development. (July 16-21, 2006). Presented at the Oxford Roundtable on the
Psychology of the Child, St. Anne's College, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom.

The Impact of Work and Study on Community College Students: An analysis of Research and Data
from Students Matriculating at Northern Virginia Community College on the Loudoun Campus.
(April 2006) With student, Melissa Pujol.  Presented at the VCCS New Horizons Conference on Student
Success. Roanoke, Virginia.

New WorldQuest: A Game to Promote Global Understanding & Build a World Community: Assessment
of a Semester Pilot in the Community College Classroom. (April 2006). With Zainab Alwani and
students: Alessandra Garcia, Karin Reidrich, James Rouse and Mark Smedberg. Presented at the Salam
Institute for Peace and Justice, American University, Washington, DC.

New WorldQuest: A Game to Promote Global Understanding & Build a World Community: Assessment of
a Semester Pilot in the Community College Classroom. (March  2006). With Zainab Alwani, Ramezan Dowlati
and students: Alessandra Garcia,Sajad Ghanizada, Elizabeth Mendoza, Paula Paes, Karin Reidrich, James
Rouse and Mark Smedberg. Presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Eastern Community College
Social Science Association (ECCSSA), Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville Campus.

The Role of the Community College in Building a World Community: The Views of Community College
 Students. (March 2006). With Zainab Alwamo. Ramezan Dowlati, and students: Shriti Bhadel, Agnieska
 Laska, Athalia Lyons,  and  Mina Mirhosseni. Presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Eastern
 Community College Social Science Association (ECCSSA), Community College of Baltimore County,
 Catonsville Campus.

King's Psychology Network:  The development of a comprehensive website in Psychology. (April  1, 2005).
Presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association,
Northern Virginia Community College, Sterling, VA.

Role of the Social Sciences in building a global community: An exploration of study abroad programs -
A student and faculty exchange, (with Jill McKee).  (April 1, 2005).  Presented at the 31st Annual Conference
of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia Community College,
Sterling, VA.

Cross cultural impacts of using constructivist models of teaching and learning:  Innovative student
interpretations and products, (with Don Hayes, Librarian-NVCC and  students, Cedric Tchakounte,
Christine Alexander, Mariela Blanco and Maria Regalario). (April 1, 2005).  Presented at the 31st Annual
Conference of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia
Community College, Sterling, VA.

Student use of the World Wide Web to convey information and promote learning through development of
education and information web sites, (with  Don Hayes, Librarian-NVCC and students, Lauren Hefty,
Ismail DeLorenzo and Kate Reynolds). (April 1, 2005).  Presented at the 31st Annual Conference of
the Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia Community College,
Sterling, VA.

Global influence of transpersonal psychology in conveying information about self, human nature and
 personality,(with students, Daniela Sileo, Mari Walls, Okan Akay, James Davenport, Habeeb Alam, Stephanie
Reed and Torian Starns).  (April 1, 2005).  Presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the Eastern
Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia Community College, Sterling, VA.

Bridging east and west: Promoting global understanding through dialogue and teaching on world religions
and philosophies, (moderator, with John Hutchinson). (April 2, 2005).  Presented at the 31st Annual
Conference of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association, Northern Virginia Community
College, Sterling, VA.

Best practices in involving students in the learning process: Use of portfolios and games. (April 2004).
(Roundtable Discussion). Presented at the VCCS New Horizons 2004:  Educating Educators-Improving
 Learning.The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, Roanoke, Virginia, April 4-6, 2004.

Professional development in the VCCS-the centers for teaching excellence. (April 2004). Presented at the
VCCS New Horizons 2004: Educating Educators-Improving Learning. The Hotel Roanoke & Conference
Center, Roanoke, Virginia, April 4-6, 2004.

Education for global understanding:  Using games to build world communities in the classroom.
(March 27, 2004). With students, Tanja Wollenhaupt, Ken Santiago, Linda Fletcher & Susie Ezrol.
Presented at the 30th Annual Conference of the Eastern Community College Social Science Association,
Brookdale Community College, Lincroft, New Jersey.

Authentic activities to embrace diversity, increase learning and more in the psychology classroom.
 (January 2004).  Poster presentation at the 26th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology,
January 3-6, 2004, St. Petersburg Beach, Florida.

Reaching every student: Authentic activities to embrace diversity, increase learning and more.
(August 2003). Presented at the 2003 Symposium on Success for All Learners in the Vanguard College,
The Community College of Baltimore County, Dundalk Campus.

Service learning:  Making connections. (July 2003). Presented at the Service Learning Institute,
Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville Campus.

Embracing diversity in the classroom: Authentic activities to build inter-ethnic group relations and
 increase learning. (May 2003). Presented (with students, A. DeLorenzo and T. Wollenhaupt) for the
Arts and Humanities faculty at the Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County.

Embracing diversity in the classroom: Authentic activities to build inter-ethnic group relations and
 increase learning. (March 2003). Presented (with students, A. DeLorenzo, J. Kane, and T. Wollenhaupt)
at Eastern Community College Social Science Association Conference, Community College of Baltimore
County, Essex Campus.

Models of teaching excellence. (April 2002).  VCCS New Horizons Conference, Roanoke, Virginia.

Service learning:  Making connections.  (November 2001).   Presented at the VCCS New Faculty Orientation, Williamsburg, VA.

Using concept models to construct meaning and understanding in the teaching of psychology.
(January 2001).  A poster presentation at the 23rd Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology,
 St. Petersburg Beach, FL.

Using experiential learning in psychology:  Models and assessment.  A participant idea exchange session
(with Laurence J. Nolan, Wagner College, Staten Island, New York). (January 2001).  Presented at the 23rd
Annual National Institute on the Teaching  of Psychology, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.

Defining authentic learning and assessment:  A demonstration of one model--portfolio development.
 (January 2001). VCCS New Faculty Orientation, Williamsburg, Virginia.

Portfolio development: Using authentic learning assignments in psychology courses. (April 2001).
Presented at the Eastern Community College Social Science Association Conference, Catonsville
Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County.

Portfolio development:  Using authentic learning assignments in psychology courses. (January 2000).
 Poster presentation at the 22nd Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology,
St. Petersburg Beach, FL.

Anger management. (2000).  A presentation for NVCC, Annandale Campus,  In-service Training,
Office of Registration.

Teaching excellence. (January 2000).  VCCS New Faculty Orientation, Charlottesville, Virginia.

Anger management.  (1999).  A presentation for NVCC, Loudoun Campus, In-service Training,
Classified Staff.

The biophysiology of stress and how to manage it.  (1999). A presentation for NVCC In-service
Training for Classified Staff, College-Wide.

The center for teaching excellence. (April 1998).  A poster presentation.  VCCS New Horizons
Conference on Technology, Alexandria, Virginia.

The center for teaching excellence. (April 1999).  A poster presentation.  VCCS New Horizons
Conference on Technology, Alexandria, Virginia.

The biophysiology of stress and how to manage it.  (1998).  A presentation for NVCC Learning
Resources Staff.

The role of the secretary in the 21st century.  A presentation to Division Secretaries for the
Chancellor's Task Force on Professional Development.  Northern Vi.rginia Community College, May 1997.

HIV and AIDS.  (April & June 1994).  A training for supervisors and managers.  Defense Intelligence Agency,
Bolling AFB, MD.

Human relations. (1993).  A training presented to Police Officers' Peer Support Team, Employee
Assistance Program, Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC.

Class, culture and learning.  (March 1991). A lecture presented to educators, exhibition developers
and curators at the Smithsonian Institution, Office of Museum Programs, Washington, DC.

Stress management. (April & November 1990).  Workshop presented to undergraduate students.
Counseling Center, Coppin State College, Baltimore, MD.

Black Americans:  The continued quest for life, liberty, the pursuit of happiness and truth.
 (February 1987). A speech presented to NARDAC, US Department of the Navy, Washington, DC

 Education and Professional Training

Harvard University, Alumni Association, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Harvard University. China X, with Peter K. Bol, Charles H. Carswell Professor of East Asian Languages Civilizations, Harvard University,
Vice Provost for Advances in Learning and  William C. Kirby,T.M. Chang Professor of China Studies, Harvard University, Spangler Family
Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School and Chair of the Harvard China Fund. (December 2013)

Harvard Graduate School of Education. Leaders of Learning, with  Professor Richard Elmore, Gregory R. Anrig Professor of
Educational Leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. (July-August 2014)

Havard Univerisity, Center for Brain Science. Fundamentals of Neuroscience, Part 1, with David Cox, Assistant Professor
 of Molecular and Cellular Biology and of Computer Science, and Center for Brain Science, Harvard University. (February 2014)

Harvard University. China:  Part 5: From Global Empire to Global Economy, with Peter K. Bol, Charles H. Carswell Professor of East Asian Languages
Civilizations, Harvard University, Vice Provost for Advances in Learning and  William C. Kirby,T.M. Chang Professor of China Studies,
 Harvard University, Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School and Chair of the Harvard China Fund. (May 2014)

Harvard University. China Part 6: The Manchu and the Qing. Professors Bol and Kirby. (June-July 2014)

Harvard University. China Part 7: Invasions, Rebellions and the End of Imperial China, Professors Bol and Kirby. Harvard University.
(September-October, 2014)

Harvard University. China Part 8: Creating Modern China-The Birth of a Nation, Professors Bol and Kirby. Harvard University. (October-November, 2014)

Harvard University. China Part 9:  Communist Liberations. Professors Bol and Kirby. Harvard University.(November-December, 2014).

Harvard University. China Part 10: Greater China Today: The People's Republic, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Professors Bol and Kirby.
Harvard University.(January-February, 2015)

Harvard University, Alumni Association. Through the Looking Glass: The History, Philosophy and Literature of Childhood, with Dr. Maria Tatar,
John Loeb Professor of Germanic Languages and Literature (2009).

Harvard University, Alumni Association. Justice Online: A Journey in Moral Reasoning, with Dr. Michael Sandel, Bass Professor of Government. (2008)

Harvard University, Law School, Cambridge Massachusetts, Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Courses on: Intellectual Property Laws, E-Commerce, Internet and Development, and CyberPrivacy.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Ed.D., Learning Environments (interdisciplinary focus of education, psychology, sociology and anthropology).
Sub concentration: Administration, Planning and Social Policy.

Harvard University, Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Special Study: Constitutional Law and Minority Issues.

Harvard University, School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Special Study:  Youth in the Urban American Environment.

University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida
Special Study: Administration and Supervision.

Howard University, Washington, DC
M.A.,Counseling/Psychology
B.S., Psychology/Allied Sciences


 FULL CURRICULUM VITAE
Upon request.


 Downloadable Publications and Presentations:



2017

The Future of Instruction, Learning and Leadership: Education for Holistic Development, Ethical Leadership and Sustainability.
East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 43rd Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2017.

The_Future_of_Instruction__Learning_and_Leadership.pdf

2016

Rethinking Leadership in Higher Education: Vision, Models, Expansion, Inclusion, Development and Transformation.
 East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 42nd Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2016.

Rethinking_Leadership_in_Higher_Education-ECCSSA_2016-King.pdf

2015

 Appointment as Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Federation, International
On September 29, 2015, Dr. Rosalyn King was appointed an Ambassador for Peace by the UN affiliated Universal Peace Federation International.  To see a slideshow of the ceremony, click on the link below:
http://www.upf.org/united-nations/international-day-of-peace/2015/6683-international-day-of-peace-observed-in-united-states





Education for Mobilization and Action: Leading Transformational Change, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 41st Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2015.
Education_for_Mobilization_and_Action-PPT-King.pdf

2014

New Frontiers: Models for Redesign in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 40th Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, April 2014.
New_Frontiers-ECCSSA_2014.pdf

Putting Kenneth Haskins'  work into context: Implications for research, educational practice, theory and policy. Harvard University,  Graduate School of Education. 2014 Alumni of Color Conference, " From Dreams to Movement: Education, Inequality and Justice. February 2014.
AOCC_Presentation-King.pdf

2013

The Way of  Return: Ushering in the Renaissance of the 21st Century, East Coast Colleges Social Science Association, 39th Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, March 2013.
Ushering_in_the_Renaissance-ECCSSA_2013-King.pdf


2012


The Great Renewal: Lessons from the Past and Direction for the Future,  Eastern Community College Social Science Association, 38th Annual Conference, Center for Innovative Technology, Herndon, VA, March 2012.   
The_Great_Renewal_Lessons_from_the_Past_and_Direction.pdf


Teach for Understanding: Constructivist Models and Strategies that Engage
 Diverse Learners for Successful Outcomes
New Faculty Seminar 2012, Charlottesville, VA
(Also in 2009 and 2010, Richmond, VA)


Teach for Understanding-Updated 11-12

2009

 Oxford Roundtable on the Three Cultures: Humanities-Literature, Religion and Science
St. Anne's College, Oxford University, July 26, 2009-July 31, 2009

Psychology's Use and Representation of the Three Cultures in Understanding Human Nature:
History, Perspectives and Portraits
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Click on Hyperlinks Below:

Brief Synposis of Paper in PDF
Synopsis_Handout.Oxford_Roundtable-2009.pdf

Power Point Presentation in PDF
Psychology_s_Use_and_Representation_of_the_Three_Cultures.pdf


New Book--2nd Printing in Paperback!

Enriching the Lives  of Children: Creating Meaningful and Novel Stimulus
 Experiences to Promote Cognitive, Moral and Emotional Development
(Released June 2008) 2nd Printing July 2009
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ISBN: 9781847184429, Hardback, 160pp.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, ISBN (10) 1-4438-1253-6; ISBN (13) 978-1-4438-1253-5, Paperback, 152pp.

This book is an exploration of innovations in teaching and learning.  The book reflects scholarship,
synthesis and creativity as the author reviews decades of research and practice on educational and
 instructional reforms designed to enrich learning and life for children, through novel and
stimulating experiences.  King provides a service to educators, parents and those interested in
child development with excellent suggestive strategies that can be used in educating and raising children.

Order online from www. amazon.com.
or
Order online at: www.c-s-p.org


Purchase Book Below by Clicking on the Link:

2008

(Book Flyer)
CSP_Book_Flyer.King08.pdf

(Book Front End-Excerpts)

SamplePDF2.KingBook-CSP.pdf

Oxford PowerPoint in PDF
(PowerPoint Presentation in PDF on Enriching the Lives of Children)

Please note: These are large files.  If you wish to open them online from this website, please be patient.
 Otherwise, save them to your computer and open them from your computer.


2007

Reaching Every Student: Authentic Activities to Embrace Diversity, Globalize Instruction and Increase Learning in the Community College Classroom (PowerPoint Presentation)

Embracing_Diversity.New_Faculty07.pdf

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