JA NET˘ WELLHOUSEN CROUSE, PH.D.
2124 Valley View Blvd.
East Wenatchee, WA 98802-4078
509-884-8415 (Telephone), 509-886-4131 (Fax), email@example.com (Email)
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS FOR PROFESSIONAL AND LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
Leadership and Administration
· Organized and coordinated effective groups, projects, and programs.
· Planned and arranged workshops and conferences at local, state, and national levels.
· Initiated collaborative projects between major national organizations.
· Developed and managed budgets in organizations.
Communication both written and oral
· Designed and developed flyers, brochures, and handouts for organizations and conferences.
· Wrote grants, dissertation, and press releases for profession and projects.
· Demonstrated public speaking and discussion leading skills in classrooms and organizations.
· Acquired computer skills for various programs (Word, Access, Excel, Quicken, and others).
· Used computer to improve organizational efficiency and effectiveness.
Teaching and Lecturing
· Educated adults with variety backgrounds through university courses and in organizations.
· Advised students with academic problems on study skills and learning styles.
· Prepared materials on learning and leadership styles.
1996-2000: Project Director, Delmarva Discussions (Delaware)
Reading and Discussion Programs for 22 series with over 100 scholars in 60 Libraries
throughout Delmarva Peninsula (all Delaware, Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia).
1966-2000: Adjunct Faculty, University of Delaware (Newark, Delaware)
1971-72, 1974-75, 1980-84, 1986-2000: History (U.S. and Western Civilization).
1966-68: Chemistry (Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis).
1999-2000: Adjunct Faculty, Salem Community College (Carney’s Point, NJ)
1999-2000: History (Western Civilization).
1985-2000: Professional Lectures for “Let’s Talk About It” (Delaware and Maryland)
Reading and Discussion Programs in Delmarva Peninsula libraries.
1973-74: Adjunct Faculty, Wilmington College (Wilmington, Delaware)
History (U.S. Foreign Policy, Senior Thesis, Issues American History).
Local (Washington): Trinity United Methodist Church and United Methodist Women
Local (Delaware): Board of Education member, Legislative Committees Chair, 4-H Leader for photography and demonstrations, County Extension Advisory Council, Adult Sunday School leader.
State (Delaware): Delaware PTA Officer, Education Consortium, Social Studies Curriculum Frameworks Commission, Delaware Mathematics Coalition Board and Steering Committee.
National: National PTA, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).
Ph.D., History American Foreign Policy, 1980, M.A. American History, 1970, University of Delaware.
Dissertation: The Decline of German-American Friendship; Beef, Pork, and Politics, 1890-1906
B.S. Chemistry, summa cum laude, 1964, Albertson College (Caldwell, Idaho).
AWARDS, HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS
Community (most recent): Delaware School Board Association Distinguished Service Award (1996), National Caucus of Black School Board Members Recognition of Distinguished Service (1996)
University of Delaware: University and Andelot Fellowships, 1967-71
Albertson College: service honorary, scholastic honorary, Most Outstanding Senior Woman.