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Charles McClintock, PhD.
Charles McClintock, PhD, is Professor and Dean Emeritus at Fielding Graduate University. He served as President of The Santa Barbara and Ventura Colleges of Law from 2014-2015. Previously he was the founding Director of the University's Institute for Social Innovation. Dr. McClintock is Professor Emeritus at Cornell University where he taught and held academic administration positions from 1975 to 2001. He was a visiting professor at Stanford University in 1981 and University of California, Santa Cruz in 1989.
Dr. McClintock’s scholarship and consulting focus on educational leadership, graduate education, and organizational change. He works with colleges and universities, social sector organizations, government agencies, businesses, and philanthropies. He has published in Administrative Science Quarterly, Adult Education Quarterly, OD Practitioner, Administration and Society, Policy Sciences, Organization, and Evaluation Review. He has consulted for the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, colleges and universities, federal, state and local government agencies, as well as nonprofit, and business organizations. Currently he is working on NSF grants to improve diversity and inclusion for faculty and students in STEM fields.
Dr. McClintock earned a BA at Occidental College and a PhD in social psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He serves on the Substantive Change Committee of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). He is President of the Occidental College Alumni Board of Governors, serves as a Trustee for Occidental College, and is a member of the Advisory Board for KCLU, the central coast public broadcasting affiliate.
Dr. McClintock is active in various academic and professional groups including Council of Graduate Schools, American Evaluation Association, Academy of Management, Organizational Development Network, American Psychological Association, and American Educational Research Association.
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