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Charles McClintock, PhD
Director, Institute for Social Innovation and Faculty of School of Human & Organizational Development
Santa Barbara, CA
PhD , State University of New York, Buffalo 1975
Areas of Instruction
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Honors and Awards
Other Professional Activities
Areas of Instruction:
Scholar-Practitioner Inquiry (program evaluation)
Organizational Change and Development
Management and Leadership
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
New paradigms for graduate education
Evaluation of social and health policy
Academcy of Management
Organization Development Network
American Psychological Association, Division 14, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
American Educational Research Association
Council of Graduate Schools
American Evaluation Association
NAFSA: Association of International Educators.
Honors and Awards:
1997 Distinguished Administration Award. Cornell University Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society.
Stevens-Long, J. and McClintock, C. (2008). Co-presence and group process in on line management education. In R. DeFillippi and C. Wankel (Eds.) Research in Management Education and Development, Vol. 6. Management Education For a Lifetime: The Challenges of Life Long Learning in Management Education and Development. (pp. 15-32). Greenwich, CN: Information Age Publishing.
McClintock, C. and Lowe, S. T. (2007). And the question is? Knowledge growth in welfare policy research. Policy Sciences, 40, 25-54.
McClintock, C. (2004). Integrating program evaluation and organization development. In. A. R. Roberts and K. R. Yeager (Eds.). Evidence Based Practice Manual: Research and Outcome Measures in Health and Human Services (pp. 598-606). New York: Oxford University Press.
McClintock, C. (2004). The scholar-practitioner model. In A. DiStefano, K. E. Rudestam, R. J. Silverman (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Distributed Learning (pp. 393-396). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
McClintock, C. (2004). Using narrative methods to link program evaluation and organization development. The Evaluation Exchange, IX (4), Winter 2003/ 2004. Tenth-Year Anniversary Issue: Promising Practices. Published by the Harvard Family Research Project, email@example.com
McClintock, C. (2003). The evaluator as scholar practitioner change agent. The American Journal of Evaluation, 24 (1), 91-96.
Campbell, M. and McClintock, C. (2002). Shall we dance? Program evaluation meets OD in the nonprofit sector. OD Practitioner, 34 (4), 3-7.
Stevens-Long, J., Schapiro, S., & McClintock, C. (in press). Passionate scholars: Transformative learning in doctoral education. Adult Education Quarterly.
Nelson, A., McClintock, C., Perez-Ferguson, A, Nash-Shawver, M, Thompson, G. (2008). Storytelling narratives: Social bonding as key for youth at risk. Child Youth Care Forum, 37, 127-137.
McClintock, C., Shawver, M. N. and Hoffman, J. (2006). Evaluation criteria for fostering program adaptability and innovation. American Evaluation Association, Portland, OR.
2004-2005 "Evaluation and Organizational Development." James Irvine Foundation. PI, $80,000.
2002-2003 "Evaluation of Youth Development Programs." McCune Foundation. PI, $50,000.
2002-2003 "Evaluation and Organizational Development: Meeting the Needs of Nonprofits and Philanthropy." James Irvine Foundation. PI, $160,000.
1998-2002 "Expert Knowledge: Linking Classroom and Experiential Learning." US Dept. of Agriculture Higher Ed. Challenge Grants Program. Co-PI, $160,000
2000 "Community Health Institute." Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and New York State Department of Health, PI, $45,000.
1974-2001 Associate Dean and Professor of Public Policy and Management, Cornell University, College of Human Ecology
2001 Professor Emeritus, Cornell University
1981-1982 Visiting Scholar and Associate Professor, Stanford University, School of Education
1989 Visiting Scholar, University of California, Santa Cruz, Department of Psychology
Other Professional Activities:
Consultant for the United States Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, numerous federal, state and local government agencies, as well as nonprofit, education, and businesses organizations.
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