Dr. David Weissenburger
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PSYCHOLOGY
My primary area of interest is psychological testing,
            evaluation, and diagnosis
Other areas of interest include:
           - applying psychological research to improve
              schools, the workplace, and the daily lives of
              individuals
           - assessing social psychological processes
             and promoting cultural diversity and adaptability
My professional orientation for interpreting events
           and facilitating change favors cognitive and
           behavioral approaches

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
Focused on recruitment and retention strategies as they relate to student success and
           the growth of the university
Supporter of a data driven, analytical approach to enrollment management
Advocate for a student-centered university culture that fosters success

EDUCATION
Ph.D. in educational/school psychology from Texas Woman's University (1994)
M.A. in psychology from Stephen F. Austin State University (1979)
B.S. in psychology from Western Illinois University (1975)
A.A. in social sciences from Sauk Valley College (1973)

EXPERIENCE
Administrator at a regional comprehensive state university
A wide range of professional psychological experiences, from working with multi-
           handicapped and developmentally disabled children to working with corporate executives
           in multinational organizations
Over 14 years experience as a full-time faculty member at a university, including:
           - head of the psychology & counseling department
           - senior program coordinator for educational, social,and behavioral sciences
             division
           - program coordinator for psychology programs
           - developer of distance learning courses (for both video and internet delivery)
           - chair of graduate faculty council and graduate program review committees
           - member and officer of faculty senate (President 2002-2003)
           - faculty advisor for psychology club
           - adjunct faculty member at a community college
Over 16 years of professional experience in psychology, including:
           - general partner in a human resource and management consulting firm
           - vice-president of assessment & research services for a psychological test publisher
           - director of mental retardation services at a community mental health center
           - psychologist and administrator at state mental health facilities

SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND HONORS
President - Texas Council of Faculty Senates - 2005-2009
Contract Psychologist - Pecan Valley Mental Health & Mental Retardation -
             2007-2009
Senior Fellow - Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board - Summer 2002
Listed in Who's Who Among America's Teachers in 1996 & 2007
            Listed in Who's Who in America in 2004-2012
            Listed inWho's Who in American Education in 2005-2008
            Listed inWho's Who in Medicine and Healthcare in 2006-2008
            Listed inWho's Who in Science and Engineering in 2006-2008
            Listed inWho's Who in the World in 2007-2009
Initiated into Psi Chi in 1974
Numerous public and professional presentations
Past President and Member, Board of Directors, Families in Crisis, Killeen, TX
Member, American Psychological Association since 1994
Member, National Association of School Psychologists since 2003
Member, Southwestern Psychological Association since 2000
Member, Association for Psychological Science since 1992
Member, Society for Personality & Social Psychology since 2007

PERSONAL
Two great children (Jon and Caryn)
Host parent for three great foreign exchange students (Maria from Brazil in
            2004-2005, Anne from Germany in 2005, and Natalia from Brazil in 2005-2006)
Born in Anchorage, AK; grew up in Sterling, IL; a resident of Texas for the past
            30 years; currently reside in Granbury, TX
Enjoy hiking, golf, home brewing, and riding my Harley

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