To left, view of the Institute of Biomedical Problem’s (IBMP’s) space station simulator in Moscow, Russia from the catwalk; to right, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley in the hatch of the small chamber module. I played an influential role in the Russian space station simulation study during1998, in the vein of pro bono work for NASA. The IBMP connection, however, helps me in my connection to the International Science and Technology Center, an intergovernmental organization that has a bearing on my transnationalization of terrorism research, mentioned below.
Ph.D., Sociology. Hooded, May 2000. The University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. Distinction on the Social Psychology Comprehensive Examination.
Clinical Counselor and CAC II. State of South Carolina Credential through NAADAC. 1995; renewed 1997, 1999, 2001.
Master of Arts. Anthropology (Subdisciplines: Geoarchaeology and Remote Sensing). University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. 1988.
M.A., English. University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. 1984.
B.A., English and Social Sciences. Winthrop College (University), Rock Hill, South Carolina. (A number of courses counted toward my major were in journalism.) 1971-1974.
Other Institutional Affiliations for Certification, Short Courses, Seminars
California Institute of Technology (CalTech)/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Planetary Sciences Summer School, 1997.
Greenville (SC) Hospital System, Counseling Certification, 1996.
Mission Mercy Hospital (Asheville, NC), Counseling Ethics Certification, 1996.
Department of Psychiatry, Medical University of South Carolina, Parenting Skills Monitoring Certification, 1995.
Baptist Medical Center (Columbia, SC), Treatment of Sexual Trauma Certification, 1995.
Clemson University (SC School of Alcohol and Other Drug Studies), Individual Counseling Certification, 1994.
Albert Ellis Workshop, Albert Ellis Institute and Lima Associates, Anxiety, Depression, and Anger Therapies, 6 October 2000.
Additional professional training (1974-1996) includes courses in psychological operations, U.S. Army; in education, University of Alaska, Anchorage, Washington State University, and University of Alaska, Fairbanks; in linguistic anthropology, Washington State University.
Languages studied include: French, German, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and Inupiaq Eskimo. Studied in less depth are Persian, Pushtu, Hindi, Urdu, and a number of other Southwest Asian languages.
College level teaching covers various courses in transformational leadership and innovation (University of Phoenix online doctoral programs), sociology, psychology, anthropology, theories and techniques of psychotherapy, archaeological field methods, remote sensing, freshman seminar, and English.
Social and behavioral courses taught include:
Special topics courses include: Off-normal Behavior in Extreme Environments; Deviant Behavior in Severe Environments; and administering internships through law enforcement agencies. I have also supervised several Master’s and Doctoral students in their social work, psychology, clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, counseling, International Relations, and Technology Management programs in clinical venues and settings at the University of California-Berkeley, San Francisco State University, the Institute for Imaginal Studies, Moscow Aviation Technical Institute, and Chalmers University of Technology (See below and in "Research and Design" section.
Note: Midlands Technical and Central Carolina Technical Colleges operate transfer programs to The University of South Carolina at Columbia and Sumter, SC.
2001-Present. Adjunct Professor (Lecturer). Department of Sociology. Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, California.
2000-2001. Instructor. Department of Sociology, Winthrop University (formerly College), Rock Hill, SC.
1999-2000. Visiting Researcher. Department of Psychology and Sociology, Erskine College, Due West, SC.
1997-1999. Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology. Erskine College and Seminary, Due West, SC. Adjunct. Midlands Technical College and Limestone College. On adjunct faculty roll, sociology and anthropology, The University of South Carolina Division of Continuing Education.
1996-1997. Adjunct. Midlands Technical College, Columbia, SC and Central Carolina Technical College, Sumter, South Carolina.
1995-1996. Clinical services supervisor, counselor supervisor, acting program director, and intern trainer for psychology, social work, and counseling Master’s program students from Francis Marion, Webster, and Liberty Universities, Chrysalis Center, Florence, SC.
1994. Adjunct. Limestone College, Gaffney, SC.
1991-1993. Adjunct. Midlands Technical College and The University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (1993). Also served as a faculty mentor with The USC Mentoring Network.
1990-1991. Adjunct and Visiting Instructor. Benedict College, Columbia, SC, Midlands Technical College, Limestone College, and the University of South Carolina.
1989-1990. Teaching and Research Assistant. Sociology Department and Small Groups Laboratory, The University of South Carolina.
1985. Assistant to Director and Instructor. Archaeology Field School, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Alaska. Supervised and taught undergraduates and graduate students in excavation and archaeological remote sensing techniques.
Additional teaching includes some substitute teaching grades K-12 in public school, Fairbanks North Star School District (Alaska), Pullman High School, Pullman, Washington, and District 5, Irmo (South Carolina) rolls; special education (see Pine Grove School, below); Seward Skills Center (an Alaskan technical college), private tutoring, and U.S. Army courses in mountaineering skills altogether spanning (1975-1994).
SAIC, an expansive federal contractor that is part of the national security/defense network.
Onlinesuppliers.com, contractor to the SAIC and the U.S. GSA, Vienna, Maryland.
Human Systems Information Analysis Center (HSIAC http://iac.dtic.mil/hsiac), a Department of Defense Information Analysis Center, sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center, technically managed by the USAF Research Laboratory’s Human Effectiveness Directorate and operated by Booz Allen Hamilton. (I have a subject matter expert agreement with them.)
"1985 NASA-Rockwell Space Station Crew Safety Study: Results From Mir." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Marc M. Cohen, Pablo Flores.
"The Great Divide: Sociology and Aerospace." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Social Construction of Time for Mars: Results of Martian Time Survey v1.0 and v2.0-2.2 Compared." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Global Warming, Earthly Disasters, the Moon and Mars: Transfering Knowledge to Extremes." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Sustainability Public Policy Challenges of Long-Duration Space Exploration." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Sustainability Management Challenges of Long-Duration Exploration of the Moon and Mars." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Space Synapse System and the Symbiotic Sphere: Proxemics in Space and Feedback Through Cultural Diversity on Earth." Anna Hill, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Jun Okushi.
"Strategy and Tactics in the War of the Worlds." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The War of the Worlds: An After-Action Report." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"When Was the War of the Worlds?" Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Issues and Options for a Martian Calendar." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Waters of Mass Destruction." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Disaster of Knowledge Disconnect." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"To Build Bifrost: Developing Space Property Rights and Infrastructure." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Habot Mobile Lunar Base Crew Size, Skill Mix, and Crew Time Model." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale, Lawrence Lemke, Marc M. Cohen.
"Monsters in Our Midst." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Enculturating the Overview Effect: The Space Synapse System and the Symbiotic Sphere." Anna Hill, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Future Tense: War and Peace 2015." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Romancing the Clone: The Future of the Family and Related Issues." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Great Divide: Sociology and Aerospace." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Robosphere: The Conceptual Expansion of the Human Factors." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Silvano P. Colombano.
"Time for Two Worlds: The Effects of Disparate Temporal Regimes on Mars Rover Mission Control Crews." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Constance Adams, Sheryl Bishop, John Austin, Thomas Gangale, Charlotte Linde.
"Safety in Space: Predicting and Mitigating Safety Hazards Aboard Spacecraft and Space Stations." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Marc M. Cohen, Constance Adams, Sheryl Bishop, Pablo Flores.
First Year Experience Guide for Success. Elisa Velasquez-Andrade, Catherine Freund, Brent Boyer, Ruben Arninana, Karen Brodsky, Lorna Catford, Katharyn Crabbe, Leslie Deming, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Ann Greenblatt, Pat Hansen, Catherine Kroll, Louis R. Mills, Gerryann Olson, Bruce Peterson, Janet Swing.
"The Architecture of Time: Design Implications for Extended Space Missions." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The New Kitty Hawk." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"To Mars: Assured Communication With Mars (MARSSAT)." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"From LEO to the Moon and Beyond: Human Factors Safety Concerns of Space Stations and Other Human Environments Away From Earth." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"From the Earth to the Moon and Beyond: Transnationalizing Space." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Enemy at the Gate." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Culture of Elitism in the American Intelligence Community and the Transnationalization of Jihad." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Bad Time on Mars." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Needle-in-a Haystack Analysis of SIGINT Archives for Proximal Real-Time Response: Integrating Human Systems With Technology." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale, George Edward Seymour.
"1985 NASA-Rockwell Space Station Crew Safety Study: Results From Mir." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Marc M. Cohen, Pablo Flores.
"Design Implications of Latent Challenges in the Long-Duration Space Mission." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Jun Okushi, Thomas Gangale, Pablo Flores, Eduardo Diaz.
"A Critique of Robert Zubrin's Martian Calendar." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Outward Course: Dystopias and Utopias in Outer Space." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Crew Size, Composition, and Time: Implications for Exploration Design." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Stewart Whitney, Sheryl Bishop, Barrett Caldwell, Patrick D. Nolan, Thomas Gangale.
"A Flexible Interior Design Concept for Space Applications." Kenji Nozaki. Ed. Scott Howe, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Extended Mission Systems Integration Standards for the Human-Environment and Human-Human Interfaces." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Sheryl Bishop.
"A War of Mass Distraction: The General Viewpoint." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale.
"Management and Production Planning in the Aerospace Sector: The Impact on Swedish Society and Its Economy." Pablo Flores.
"An Introduction to Martian Time." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Crew Size, Composition, and Time: Implications for Habitat and Workplace Design in Extreme Environments." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Stewart Whitney, Sheryl Bishop, Barrett Caldwell, Patrick D. Nolan.
"The Globalization of Space." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Extended Mission Systems Integration Standards for the Human-Environment and Human-Human Interfaces." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Murder in the Department: Factors of Organizational Deviance in Graduate School-Related Homicide." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Martian Time Poll: One Martian Year of Data." Thomas Gangale, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Ten Missions, Two Studies: Crew Composition, Time, and Subjective Experience in Mars-Analog Expeditions." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Patrick Nolan, Sheryl Bishop, Kristin Farry, Thomas Gangale.
The Effects of Size and Heterogeneity of Crew and Mission Duration on the Deviant Behavior and Performance of Team Personnel in Space and Analog Polar Environments: A Pilot Study. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Dysfunctional Behavior and Performance of Team Personnel in Space and Analog Polar Environments: Implication for Mars Missions." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"How the Mars Movement Could Achieve Solar System Exploration: a Mathematical and Structural Conceptualization." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"A Social States Index for Multi-National Crews Co-Contained in the ISS Simulator, Moscow, Russia." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Vadim I. Gushin, Tom Gorry.
The Case for Mars. Robert Zubrin. Ed. Vadim I. Gushin, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Procedures for Feminine Hygiene Aboard the Russian Space Station Simulator: A Technical Note." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"On Our Best Behavior: Optimization of Group Functioning on the Early Mars Missions." Vadim I. Gushin, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"The Outward Course of Empire: The Hard, Cold Lessons From American Involvement in the Terrestrial Polar Regions." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Medical Interrogatories for Assessment of Candidates for Participation Aboard the Russian Space Station Simulator." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Some Problems of Psychological Interaction in Prolonged Space Flights." O. P. Kozerenko, V. I. Gushin, A. D. Sled, V. A. Efimov, J. M. Pystinnikova. Ed. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Deviance Among Expeditioners: Defining the Off-nominal Act Through Space and Polar Field Analogs." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Modeling Social Interaction for the Nauvik Project, a Closed Ecological Life Support System, Fairbanks, Alaska." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Directions in Elementary Theory." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"A Review of Construction and Maintenance Techniques in a Permafrost Environment, Fairbanks, Alaska USA." Leonard Weingarth, Marilyn Dudley-Rowley. 2nd International Symposium on Cold Regions Development. Harbin, China.
"An Aerial Survey of Coastal Archaeological Sites From Cape
Prince of Wales to Camden Bay." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Debunking Alaska: The Metamorphosis of the Alaska Literary
Myth Through Its Relationship With Alaska's Socioeconomic Image." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Rangifer Tarandus in the Symbolic Record From Earliest Times to the Present." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
The Reindeer as a Domesticated Animal. Wolf Herre. Ed. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley. Tr. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
From the Inside Out: A Lynching in the North. James Cameron. Ed. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
A Catalog of Rural Teacher Resources in Environmental Studies, Communications, and Cultural Anthropology. Ed. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Discovering Alaska: Maritime Exploration and Diplomacy." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
"Shakespeare and All Those Guys." Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
The Martian Imperative (Mars, Human Ecology, and Evolution). Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Thomas Gangale. Book under agency contract was submitted to the National Academy of Sciences.
Guide to the Episcopal Church in Alaska Records. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
The Bibliography of Alaska Archaeology. C. Eugene West. Ed. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley.
Alaska--Energy Lands. Marilyn Dudley-Rowley. Book co-authored with two other members of National Press Women, the galleys helped tailor the Alaska Lands Bill apportioning public lands in Alaska and were read from on the floor of the U.S. Congress by members of the Alaska Congressional Delegation, 1980. The legislation was a precedent for all western and Pacific Northwest states of the United States.
Book and Articles in Progress:
PRESENTATIONS, MEETING PARTICIPATION, AND CHAIR/ORGANIZER ROLES
Participant, 57th Annual World Affairs Council of Northern California Conference at Asilomar, 2-4 May 2003, Pacific Grove, CA
Moderator/Facilitator. "What Does It Mean ‘Support Our Troops’?" Panel, Teach-In: Teaching and Learning in a Time of War, 29 April 2003, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA.
Invited Presentation and Committee Work, Design Engineering Technical Committee, 41st Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Reno, Nevada, 6-9 Jan 2003.
Invited Briefing, "Crew Size, Composition, and Time: Effects on Behavior and Performance of Team Personnel in Expeditionary Environments," Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Sheryl Bishop, Stewart Whitney, Patrick Nolan, and Thomas Gangale, 48th U.S. Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group Meeting, Tri-Service Workload Coordinating Sub-TAG session, 6 Nov 2002
Faculty Senator, Faculty Senate Meetings, 2002-2003, Sonoma State University.
Co-Organizer (with other SSU Lecturer Faculty Senators and the California Faculty Association), Sonoma State University, various lecturers’ meetings, (17 Oct 2002+), Sonoma State University.
Presenter, Teach-In on the War in Iraq, "A Conspiracy of Idiots."
Chair, panel entitled: "Space Architecture as a Discipline." First AeroSpace Architecture Symposium, World Space Congress, October 2002, Houston.
Chair, session entitled: "Space Architecture as a Discipline." First AeroSpace Architecture Symposium, World Space Congress, October 2002, Houston.
Co-Organizer, First AeroSpace Architecture Symposium, World Space Congress, October 2002, Houston.
California Faculty Association, Lecturer Council Planning Meeting, 13-14 Sep 2002, Sacramento.
47th U.S. Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group Meeting, 29 Apr-2 May 2002, San Diego.
Requested lecture on behavior and performance in extreme environments in the "Mars 2012" course, Planetary Sciences Department, University of California-Berkeley, 3 April 2002.
31st International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES), Orlando, Florida, paper presentation published as a SAE Technical Paper, July 2001 (see publications above).
Pacific Sociological Association meetings, March-April 2001, San Francisco.
30 Jan 2001. "Behavior and Performance in Extreme Environments," 3-hour presentation to the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the Mars Society, Old Town Alexandria.
American Criminology Association meetings, 2000, San Francisco.
October 2000. "Annual Mars-on-Earth Tour, Devon Island, Eastern Arctic," presented to the joint NASA-Mars Society Haughton Mars Project Management Team, NASA-Ames, Bldg. 245, Moffett Field, California, 9 Oct.
September 2000. AeroSpace Architects Technical Subcommittee Meeting, Design Engineering Technical Committee Meeting, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Conference, Long Beach, California, 19-21 Sep.
August 2000. "Effects of Organizational Structure on the Behavior and Performance of Polar and Space Work Teams," Patrick Nolan and Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, Washington, D.C., annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.
25 May 2000. "Working Together: A Needs Assessment For Team Optimization on Joint Russian/Non-Russian Space Projects," Marilyn Dudley-Rowley, James Kass, Tom Gorry, Raye Kass, and Barrett Caldwell, the 13th Man in Space Symposium, International Academy of Astronautics and the Greek Aerospace Medical Association, Santorini, Greece.
21 May 2000. Co-Chair. Future Challenges Session, the 13th Man in Space Symposium, International Academy of Astronautics and the Greek Aerospace Medical Association, Santorini, Greece.
November 23, 1999. Guest Honors Lecturer. "Return to Utopia Planitia: Long-duration Spaceflight, Psychosocial Human Factors of Extreme Environments, and Human Evolution (Revised)," Utopian Societies, Sociology 345, Ron Maris, University of South Carolina, Columbia.
August 12-15, 1999. Exhibitor. "Human Factors of the Mars Arctic Research Station (M.A.R.S.)." M.A.R.S. Design/Project Management Team Exhibit, Second Convention of the Mars Society, Boulder, Colorado.
May 10-13, 1999. Requested Presenter. "Team Optimization in Joint Russian and Non-Russian Extreme Environments Expeditions and Missions," Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group, Alexandria, Virginia.
March 13-14, 1999, Participant, Steering Committee meetings, Stanford University Campus, Mars Society.
Mid-January 1999. Requested Participant, NASA Space Human Factors and Engineering Advisory Workshop, NASA Mars Reference Mission, Human Behavior and Performance Group, Houston, Texas,
November 17, 1998. Guest Honors Lecturer. "Return to Utopia Planitia: Long-duration Spaceflight, Psychosocial Human Factors of Extreme Environments, and Human Evolution," Utopian Societies, Sociology 345, Ron Maris, University of South Carolina, Columbia.
1-3 October 98. Participant, "Pushing the Envelope III: Mountains, From the Earth to the Moon", Space Medicine Meetings sponsored by the U. Texas-Medical Branch, Houston, Texas.
13-16 August 1998. Session chair/co-chair, various sessions of the Founding Convention of the Mars Society, University of Colorado, Boulder. Sessions chaired/co-chaired were Human Factors; Philosophical Implications of Mars Exploration.
May 1998. Participant, Meetings, Aerospace Medical Association, Seattle.
25-27 Sep 1997. Participant, Pushing the Envelope II: Medicine on Mars and in Other Challenging Environments. University of Texas-Medical Branch and the Center for Advanced Space Studies (CASS), University of Houston-Clear Lake.
1977-1997. Participant, Meetings, American Sociological Association, Southern Sociological Association, South Carolina Sociological Society, Alaska Anthropological Association, American Association for the Advancement of Science.
June 1997. "Deviance Among Expeditioners: Defining the Off-nominal Act in Space and Polar Field Analogs," presented at the 12th Man in Space Symposium, International Academy of Astronautics and NASA, Human Factors Session, Washington, D.C..
April 1997. "Deviance in Extreme Environments: Defining the Off-nominal Act," Southern Sociological Society Meetings, New Orleans.
5 April 1995. "Modeling Social Interaction for the Nauvik Project, a Closed Ecological Life Support System, Fairbanks, Alaska", the Life Sciences and Space Medicine Conference, sponsored by NASA, America Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, National Institutes of Health, and the United States Air Force, Human Factors Engineering and Habitability II Session, Houston, Texas.
Spring 1993. Participant. Disaster Conference, South Carolina Sociological Society, Winthrop College, SC. Featured Speaker: Russell Dynes.
22 Feb 1990. "Directions in Elementary Theory," presented at the Alpha Kappa Delta (International Sociological Honor Society) Sociological Research Symposium, Micro Theory Session, Greenville, North Carolina.
Participant, a Siberian-Alaska medical conference meeting to plan and detail joint projects to be undertaken by Alaskan and Siberian life sciences and medical institutions, Spring 1988.
July 1986. Participant. NASA Mars Conference, Washington, D.C., Anniversary meetings of the Viking Mars Missions. National Academy of Sciences.
September 1985. "Arctic Ocean Shoals: the Use of Satellite Imagery in Unresolved Problems of Prehistory and History," the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Arctic Regions Conference, Remote Sensing Symposium, Fairbanks, Alaska,
August 1982. "Rangifer Tarandus in the Symbolic Record From Earliest Times to the Present," presented at the Third Theriological Symposium, Reindeer-Caribou Conference, Helsinki and Saariselka, Finland.
Spring 1982. Participant, U.S. Frontiers Conference, University of Alaska, Fairbanks,.
Spring 1979. "The Alaskan Independence Movement From 1790 to Present," Alaska State Legislature-Appointed Presenter, Future Frontiers of Alaska Conference, Epsilon Committee, Anchorage, Alaska, sponsored by the Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. Featured fellow speaker and table-mate: R. Buckminster Fuller.
Spring 1977. Participant, Midnight Sun Writers’ Conference, University of Alaska, Anchorage.
Spring 1977. Participant, Western Governors’ Conference, Anchorage and Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, standing in for Governor Thomas Judge of Montana at the latter site; joined U.S. Interior Secretary Cecil Andrus’ entourage for a tour of Resurrection Bay bird rookeries.
GEOGRAPHICAL AND GEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES/WORK
Shoals in a zone in the Chukchi Sea at 72.65oN 176.32oW, detected via NOAA thermal infrared satellite imagery and coordinates determined by the Polar Satellite Image Digitizer (PSID), as part of a comprehensive Arctic Ocean Shelf Sea shoaling zone mapping project I PI’d. With the help of the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute, Fairbanks. 1980-1989.
Palaeostream channels which I attributed to catastrophic permafrost melting owing to past volcanism in the Devil Mountain Lakes area of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, likely an Arctic analog of catastrophic channeling via past volcanism and meteoritic impact on Mars. My Devil Mountain Lakes studies were conducted through the use of NASA-NOAA aerial infrared photography under the supervision of Dr. James Beget, Department of Geosciences, University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Volcanism corresponding to the catastrophic channeling was later field-verified by Dr. David Hopkins. Dr. Beget and I also proposed research to map Martian permafrost, 1985-1989. A follow-up publication on some of this work was authored by Beget, J., Hopkins, D., and Charron, S. (1996) "The largest known Mars on Earth, Seward Peninsula, Northwest Alaska. Arctic v. 49, pp. 62-69.
INTERNET AND COMPUTER-RELATED WORK
1998-2003. Co-compiler and analyst. Martian Time Survey (Poll), an online survey research project exploring related issues of Mars orbital factors, seasons, calendar construction, human factors of time, and Mars-Earth temporal synchronization over commercial and other sectors.
1999-2000. Negotiator and leader, a transnational team led by OPS-Alaska to develop profiles for lunar imagery-internet space missions. Participation by Japanese, French, and German partners. In relation to this, authored a white paper, requested by Dentsu Corporation, "The Quest to Field a Lunar Webserver: How That is Profitable For Us As a Team and How That Could Change How Humans Engage the Cosmos – A General Outline of Signif icant Events, Landmarks, and Business Philosophy."
1998. Negotiator, between IBM and the IBMP, Moscow, Russia, representing the IBMP’s and OPS-Alaska’s joint offer to distribute IBM applications within the Russian Federation.
1998. Recommended design changes in IBM’s Russian voice-recognition word processing application for research use in the Russian International Space Station Simulator.
1998. Negotiator, between IBM and the Institute for Biomedical Problems (the IBMP), Moscow, Russia, for testbedding of IBM’s Russian voice-recognition word processing application in the Russian International Space Station Simulator. (This came about when I realized I could use such an application in the coding of transcripts for research purposes from video footage shot in the Simulator.)
CONTRIBUTIONS TO TELEVISION DOCUMENTARIES/PRINT MEDIA
23 May 2003. With Thomas Gangale, interview with Yvonne Slater, BBC, Radio 4, Edinburgh, Scotland on issues about human exploration of Mars.
29 April 2003. KFTY-TV (Channel 50), Bay Area, California. Gave some actualities on the Sonoma State University Teach-in about Teaching and Learning in a Time of War.
18 April 2002. TechTV. Appeared in a news footage about behavior and performance in space. Senior Field Producer: Bob Hirschfeld.
April 2002. Inquiries from a local San Francisco Bay Area news channel (50) about appearing on a talk show treating the transnationalization of terrorism.
17 May 2001. Technical advice to TVF, a London-based television production company known for award winning factual programming, for a program on extreme psychological effects of small groups spending long periods in extreme environments. Producer: Piers Pickard.
6 February 2001. Discover Magazine, interviewed with William "Speed" Weed, Contributing Editor on the psychological challenges of space flight. (Page 40, May 2001 issue.) Cover Story.
August 2000. Dutch Television. With Thomas Gangale, gave an on-camera interview about the social component of timekeeping systems.
2000. BBC. With Thomas Gangale, gave technical advice to Producer Rachael Buchanan for a program on Mars exploration.
February 2000. Discovery Channel. At the behest of and acting as a consultant for NASA-Ames, gave on-camera interview about space and other extreme environmental habitats. Producer: Robert Scott.
1999. Interviewed with the French magazine, Ciel et Espace.
13 August 1999. National Geographic. Gave on-camera interview about the role of the Mars Society in the Humans-to-Mars movement. Producer: Sam Burbank.
13 August 1999. BBC. Gave on-camera interview about dysfunctional behavior and performance among space mission crews and polar teams. Producer: Peter Simon.
1987. At the behest of Dr. Fred Milan, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, provided historical information for a Soviet documentary on Wrangel Island, Chukchi Sea.
1985. Provided photographic archival research to Irish film crew for a documentary about Klondike gold rush.
From 1981-1982, was featured in, cited in, or contributed to multiple media organs nationally and internationally relating to the Kirghiz Afghan rescue and relocation: National Public Radio, Radio Moscow, Radio Free Europe, Reuters, Associated Press, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, etc.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES
Clinical Work Experiences
I am a trained Social Psychologist through The University of South Carolina sociology department and have practiced as a psychotherapist in a variety of clinical venues. Should the department at The USC make the appropriate arrangements with the American Psychological Association, its social psychology graduates could file for licensure with the South Carolina Psychologist Licensing Board that acknowledges Social Psychologists. Then, I would be able to obtain, through the CPQ route, my license in any state or province to practice clinical psychology. Till then, I am able to practice under an upper-level addictions certificate backed by the NAADAC. I am also able to obtain Marriage and Family Therapy licensure in the State of California.
My guiding therapeutic philosophy is reality therapy. But, I am also trained in Rational-Emotive Therapy, behavior modification techniques, psychodrama, the Twelve Steps, and the Living Systems Framework (the latter required reading for my doctoral comprehensive exam in social psychology).
Adolescent Mental Health Therapist. Walden House, San Francisco, California. April-July 2002.
Transition Counselor/Marriage and Family Therapist. R House, Santa Rosa, California. 2001-2002.
Clinical Supervisor/Acting Director. Chrysalis Center, Florence, South Carolina, a 16-bed alcohol and drug treatment clinic. Managed two doctors (a general practitioner and a pediatrician), a registered nurse, two licensed practical nurses, approximately 20 full-time and part-time nursing assistants, four clinical counselors, and approximately 15 other staffpersons whose duties pertained to care of patients’ children, assessment and admittance, food service, and clerical and maintenance tasks. Teaching aspects of this position have already been outlined under "Teaching". 1995-1996.
Outpatient Counselor, County of Barnwell, South Carolina, 1994-1995.
Behavioral Therapist, Pine Grove School, Elgin, South Carolina (working with autistic children for the most part), 1994.
Psychologist, Fairfield Memorial Hospital, Alcohol and Drug Unit, Winnsboro, South Carolina, 1993.
Public relations and counseling. Organization for the Victims of Industrial Accidents (OVIA). Trans-Alaska Pipeline worker-related mental and physical health issues. 1979-1983.
Seasonally, from April-October 1981-1983, while working as a cook for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management Forest Fire Service, was required to provide occupational therapy to a variety of physically and developmentally disabled adolescents and adults from the Fairbanks, Alaska community. My efforts help win a number of community awards for this service.
Counselor, Private Practice, 1977-present.
Other Work Experiences
After September 11th, I tendered my application for the air marshal program. I qualified for mid-level rank/payscale with that program.
"Developing a Predictive Social States Scale for Extreme Environmental Crews (99-HEDS-03-344)," Proposed project to NASA’s Human Exploration and Development of Space program for 2001 funding. PI: Dudley-Rowley; Co-PI: Tom Gorry. Appx. $47,000.
Cosmonaut physical, IBMP Clinic, December 1998. Only American and only other woman selected for containment within the Russian space station simulator.
Approved for eligibility. Mission Specialist Astronaut Candidate Program, NASA-Johnson Space Center, 3 Dec 99. The only sociologist/social psychologist ever approved, in the history of manned space flight.
Founding Member of the Mars Society; the Founder and American Representative of the Russian Chapter, Mars Society; the Alaska Chapter Chair of the Mars Society; Member of Mars Arctic Research System Task Force to construct and operate a Mars mission rehearsal facility on Devon Island in the Eastern Arctic; Member of the original Design/Project Management Team of that Society’s NASA-sponsored Mars Arctic Research Station; Member, Technical and Fund-raising Task Forces. I additionally was the director and organizer of the Arctic Base’s Human Factors Team. I am authorized to negotiate for the Society within the Russian Federation.
Participant, NASA Jet Propulsion Lab Planetary Sciences Summer School, Cal Tech and JPL, 11-15, August 1997.
Principal Scientist/Chief Researcher, OPS-Alaska and other small enterprises performing oceanic, polar, and space research in conjunction with universities; includes position as institute director, 1978-present.
The above includes certain disaster-related research. Following April 1991, was Chief Designer and Team Leader of a proposed project, the Kuwait Victimization Assessment Data Base, presented to the Government of Kuwait to produce a descriptive statistical national record of personal and organizational damages rendered by the Iraqi army for purposes of an international assessment tribunal. Team members were organized from the University of South Carolina, Furman University, Benedict College, South Carolina State University, the University of Michigan, and the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. Consultation was provided throughout the design of the procedures by a variety of experts including the former R&D director of Nestle Corp., the Dep. Director of Research for the United Nations, and the Chief Prosecutor of the Nuremburg Trials. The work sparked the United Nations effort in Kuwait.
Research methods for this work combined GIS and statistical techniques designed by myself and my team. Statistical techniques resemble those currently being used by Patrick Ball, senior program associate with the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington, D.C., to identify patterns and perpetrators of political violence (see Wired, June 1998, p. 105, "Truth Commissioner").
Other disaster research piloted in the 1990s was:
11 years on staff, part-and full-time, with the University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Counselor, Military Extension Office (1978); Graduate Assistant, Center for Cross-Cultural Studies (1979); Translator and Editor, Institute of Arctic Biology (1981); Volunteer and Researcher, Geophysical Institute (1981-1989); Assistant to Director and Instructor, Archaeological Field School (1985); Supreme Court Justice, Chief Justice, Public Affairs Director, and Elections Board Member, Associated Students of the University of Alaska (1985-1986); Physics Club President and Member of the Sigma Pi Sigma National Honor Chapter Founding Committee (1987-1988); Volunteer and Assistant, Alaska and Polar Regions Department and Collections Development, Elmer E. Rasmuson Library (1985-1989), University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Invited Participant, NASA auroral photography training tour for a space shuttle crew commanded by Guion Bluford, Poker Flats Rocket Range, Chatanika, Alaska, 1988.
Tutor, elementary and high school students in Alaska with learning disorders, 1978-1987.
Staffperson, U.S. Bureau of Land Management Forest Fire Service in Alaska, Seasonally, 1981-1983.
Publicity Chairman, Committee to Re-elect Congressman Don Young, Alaska, 1980.
Principal Scientist, Director. I was known internationally between 1980-1982 for motivating the first Afghan refugee airlift following the Soviet intervention in Afghanistan (appx. 1000 Kirghiz from northern Pakistan to Turkey, a South Siberian ethnic group from the Wakhan Corridor, Pamir Mountains, Afghanistan); I was their chief negotiator and sponsor; project supported by the U.S. State Department. Created an early example of a transnational organization to enact the project.
Consultant. Initially, reporting on an AFL-CIO labor union reform activist group, I performed investigations for a federal multi-agency task force into inappropriate uses of Alaskan labor unions and Trans-Alaska Pipeline camps by a ring led by a CIA operative with U.S. Army affiliation (below). Later, this meshed with the activities of the Alaska drug enforcement agency, the Statewide Narcotics Enforcement Unit, and its federal counterpart for the investigations of the perpetrator’s "job brokering" of illegal aliens from Central and South America to Trans-Alaska Pipeline work camps and his cocaine transport and sales to Alaskan Native villages and to Trans-Alaska Pipeline work camps. In service to the drug team, I specifically also exposed a military operations order authored by this operative, who had held the Army rank of Major, which called for Honduras to invade El Salvador, 1978-1983.
Consultant, joint U.S. Justice Department/FBI-Labor Department-IRS Criminal Investigation Division Task Force, for the investigation of Alaska Teamsters racketeering/black marketing, 1978-1980.
Owner, Founding Partner, Totem Productions/Rowley Media Services (Alaska advertising representative for cable television stations CNN, CNN II, WOR-New York, WTBS-Atlanta, and WGN-Chicago), Interior Alaska’s only public relations agency, 1978-1983 (during the initial operations of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline).
Technical Writer, for Philleo Engineering, Fairbanks, Alaska and for the City of Seward, 1978-1979.
Contributing Writer, The Rock Hill Evening Herald, The Florence Morning News, The Darlington Post (South Carolina), The Pioneer, The Yukon Sentinel (172nd Arctic Light Infantry Brigade), The Anchorage Times, Seward Phoenix Log, Daily Evergreen (Pullman, Washington); Feature Editor, Photographer, and Staff Writer, Snow Hawk Life and Times (Training journal of the 172nd Arctic Light Infantry Brigade); News Director, KRXA Radio, Seward*; Contributing Broadcast Journalist, KHAR/KKLV Radio, Anchorage, KIMO-TV, Anchorage, KIAK Radio, Fairbanks (investigative reporter); Takotna Video production company, co-producer. 1973-1978. Contributing Writer, The Anchorage Times, Anchorage Daily News, Fairbanks News-Miner, The Alaska Weekly, The State (South Carolina), The People-Sentinel (South Carolina). 1979-1994.
*The Gulf of Alaska radio stations were the inspiration for the television series Northern Exposure.
From 1977-1979, I produced and hosted over 30 radio shows for Mutual Radio Broadcasting Network affiliates in Anchorage, Seward, and Fairbanks, Alaska over various social problem topics: mental and physical health of the elderly, sexual abuse, the rape examination, domestic violence, the plight of Alaska’s unemployed, etc.
Editor-in-Chief. The quarterly Journal of Alaskan Affairs, 1981-1982.
Authored, nine requested legislative commentaries for the Alaska Mining Association and the Alaska Placer Mining Association, 1981-1983.
Military science student, Senior Air Force ROTC, Washington State University (1978, for purposes of entree into fighter jet training for women, the third class); Senior Army ROTC, University of Alaska, Anchorage (1977).
Designed field training (tactical) exercises for Army ROTC cadets, 1977.
I am a Viet Nam Era veteran, having served on active duty in the U.S. Army. I was in a number of branches during my military service, 1974-1976, wearing the insignia of Quartermaster, Ordnance, Infantry, and Medical branches. I am sure I was among the first women to wear on her uniform the Infantry symbols of crossed rifles and pale blue braided shoulder rope.
Completed 222 hours of infantry leadership coursework supervised by instructors of the Fort Benning Infantry School, 1976.
Member, U.S. Army Arctic Medics (Co. C, Support Battalion, 172nd Arctic Light Infantry Brigade); also Brigade Historian, 1976. My mountain training got me easy entrée into this elite field medical unit, but afterwards my duties involved being exposed to the mental health counseling work environment dealing with issues of soldiers and their dependents: domestic violence, sexual abuse, PTSD, alcohol and drug abuse, and questions of sexual orientation, to name a few.
First Army woman to be referred to instructor training at the Northern Warfare Training Center, Black Rapids, Alaska 1975.
First Army woman to complete Arctic combat mountaineering, field survival, and mountain rescue/evacuation, 1975.
Survival training consultant to Co. B, Support Battalion, 172nd Arctic Light Infantry Brigade, on the Ace Card Chulitna Field Training Exercise and the Jack Frost Joint Training Exercise, conducted under the supervision of COL H. Norman Schwartzkopf, Deputy Post Commander, 172nd Arctic Light Infantry Brigade, Fort Richardson, Alaska, 1975. I was among the first tiny group of women to ever serve on the Jack Frost JTX, a large annual American-Canadian armed forces training exercise.
Referred to U.S. Military Academy at West Point by COL H. Norman Schwartzkopf, my supervisor over the Army training journal, Snow Hawk Life and Times, 1975-1976.
During Advanced Individual Training, I was assigned to the Army’s Quartermaster School near Washington, D.C. where my final duties were to write and edit learning materials for Arabic-speaking soldiers from a variety of Middle Eastern countries training at the school. I was almost not sent to Alaska because instructors tried to get me held over for permanent duty at the school for this reason, 1975.
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
$1000 grant, School of Social Sciences, Sonoma State University, to study the "transnationalization of terror" using a human factors approach; a preliminary approach to the larger project that I hope to fund through the Manfred Woerner Fellowship.
Interviewer, E.B. Kennedy Scholarship, Erskine College, Dec 1997.
Society of Women Geographers, nominated for membership for contributions to geographical knowledge, 1997. (Discovery and mapping of shoals in Arctic Ocean shelf seas in oil-rich regions on which semi-submersible oil rigs could be mounted and protected from floebergs.)
"Deviance Among Team Personnel in Space and Analog Polar Field Environments: the Effects of Size and Heterogeneity of Crew and Mission Duration of Behavior and Performance," a resubmission proposal for $138,800 currently funded at $60,000 by the National Science Foundation ($50,000 + $10,000 undergraduate research supplement). (An expansion of my Ph.D topic.)
Palmetto Society, United Way, 1995-1996.
Credentials requested by South Carolina Governor Carroll Campbell for the Executive Policy and Programs talent bank, 1993.
Provided invited expert testimony to a South Carolina legislative committee considering the feasibility of no-fault auto insurance in South Carolina, providing data from Alaska, a no-fault state, 1992.
Titular Offers, The Order of Charles V, the Knights Hospitalers of Spain; the Spanish Imperial College; and the Eastern Orthodox Church for the Afghanistan work, 1990. Descent through Stuart and Dudley lines.
Chairman, Finance, Publicity, and Legislative Committees, Organizer, Political Action Committees, National Federation of Business and Professional Women, Fairbanks Chapter, 1978-1989.
Otto Geist Fund grant for archaeological remote sensing research, $800, 1986.
Nominated to the Alaska Statehood Commission by Alaska state legislators and to the Alaska State European Trade Office, Copenhagen, Denmark by Governor Bill Sheffield, mid-1980s.
Nominated by Alaska legislators Don Bennett (Fairbanks) and Terry Gardiner (Ketchikan) as a Commissioner on the Alaska Statehood Commission, a group empowered by the voters of Alaska to examine Alaska’s continued role as a state of the United States.
Nominated to the Board by the Executive Director, Anchorage Mental Health Association, 1982.
Cultural Survival, Inc., Harvard University, operating expenses grant for the Kirghiz work, $300, 1981.
World’s Who’s Who of Women, 1980.
Alaska State Legislature-Appointed Presenter (appointed by Senator George Homans [Halibut Cove]), The Brookings Institution-sponsored "Future Frontiers of Alaska Conference", Epsilon Committee, Anchorage, Alaska. In committee, drafted and tailored state legislation about public lands, fisheries and wildlife, and public works for action by Alaska State Legislature; and presented a paper on efforts for Alaskan independence, 1979.
U.S. Department of Energy Scholarship for Secondary Teachers in Alaska, 1979.
Bill Waughaman grant for Alaska public lands research, $3000, 1978.
Federal Communications Commission Third-Class Broadcasting License (with Element 9).
Air Force Officers Qualification Test, Maximum Score, 1977.
CURRENT/RECENT PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS/SERVICE TO ACADEMIC COMMUNITY
World Affairs Council of Northern California
Faculty Senator, Sonoma State University.
Ad Hoc Committee for the Sonoma State University Community Solidarity Fund
Ad Hoc Committee for the Sonoma State University April 2003 Teach-In "Teaching and Learning in a Time of War."
California Faculty Association (CFA)
CFA Lecturer Planning Council
Sonoma State University’s Long-Range Planning Committee for the School of Social Sciences
Educational Mentoring Team Steering Committee, Sonoma State University
Faculty Sponsor, Cannabis Awareness Society for Education (C.A.S.E.), a Sonoma State University student on-campus organization
Faculty Sponsor, NORML, Sonoma State University
AeroSpace Architects Technical Subcommittee of the Design Engineering Technical Committee, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Co-founder of the first AeroSpace Architecture Symposium held at the World Space Congress, Houston, Texas, 10-12 Oct 2002
Liaison, from the Design Engineering Technical Committee to the Life Sciences and Systems Technical Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
US Department of Defense Human Factors Technical Advisory Group, membership by invitation only
Aerospace Medical Association (affiliated organizations include Army Flight Surgeons, Space Medicine Branch, and Human Factors)
Society of Human Performance in Extreme Environments, founding member and former editorial board/reviewer position with the journal.
Pacific Sociological Society
American Sociological Association
Some Past Organizations
Member of editorial team, under the supervision of Dr. Ken Shin, The Korean Journal of Population and Development. 1991-1995.
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (incl. the Aerospace and Macroergonomics Task Groups)
Women’s Quarterly Network of Counselors, State of South Carolina, Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services
South Carolina Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission
Mars Society (as described above)
Space Frontiers Foundation
Southern Sociological Society
Alaska Anthropological Association
National Federation of Business and Professional Women
National Press Women
The American Association for the Advancement of Science
The American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
The Society of American Military Engineers
American Civil Liberties Union
The Society of Scientific Exploration
Society of Physics Students and the American Institute of Physics
University of Alaska Quaternary Society
South Carolina Sociological Society
Alaska Visitors Association