Paul R. Lucas
Dr. Paul Lucas spent 22 years in secondary education as a classroom teacher and Director of Instructional Technology. In addition, he served 20 years in the business community as a technology leader. Lastly, Dr. Lucas has spent 35 years as an adjunct professor at several Ohio universities. He came to AUM in 1987 and primarily teaches Culture, Conflict and Social Research and Business Writing. Dr. Lucas was instrumental in the development of the General Education requirements for AUM.
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership from the University of Dayton; Education Specialist degree from Wright State University; Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees from Bowling Green State University.
While serving as Director of Technology for Columbus City Schools, nominated for "CIO of the Year" by Teacher and Learning magazine
"A Charmed Ring To Improve Sight Vocabulary," Instructor Magazine, April, 1976.
"A Concrete-Oriented Composition Program That Works," Ohio English Journal, October, 1976.
"Preferred Leadership Style Differences: Perceptions of Defense Industry Labour and Management," Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Volume 13, Number 7, 1992. (Published in the United Kingdom.)
"Walt Whitman: Godchild of Emerson," Mark Twain Journal, March 1975.
"You Can Meet Tomorrow's Challenges with Today's Training Strategies," Paper presented to the American Aeronautics and Astronautics Annual Conference, October, 1988.
Dissertation Title: A Study of Effective Leadership Behavior: Administrators’ Perceptions of Post-Certification Professional Development Programs.