R E S U M E

                     DONALD R. ANDREWS



EDUCATION:

Undergraduate:  Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration, majoring in Economics, Southern University,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1971.

Graduate:  Master of Science in Food and Resource
Economics University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1974.

Graduate:  Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Economics
Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas, May, 1980.
(Fields: Economic Theory, Finance and Resource
Economics)

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE:

As Dean of the College of Business at Southern University, I
have developed the leadership skills to move the college
forward as a result of our strategic planning processes, to
achieve continuous improvement in the products and
services that we provide to our stakeholders.  Our college is
accredited by AACSB International -The Associate to
Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. We are determined
to remain innovative  in developing the types of programs
that will best serve our students, alumni, business
supporters and community.

As an economist, I have over 35 years experience in
teaching, research and service in this discipline.  In
1998-2000, I was involved with projects to strengthen the
economics education program at Southern University in
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.   This grant was funded by the
Morehouse Research Institute and the Ford Foundation and
involved curricula design and development and the
administration of new and improved methods for the
instruction of economics in the global economy.  One goal of
this effort,  was the  improvement of economic literacy within
the African- American community.

I have focused my research on resource allocation issues
and the educational performance of minority students in
economics.  I was selected as a Nissan Fellow in 1995 to
study entrepreneurship and participated as a Carnegie
Mellon Fellows,  Program Scholar in the Inter-university
Consortium for Political and Social Research in the
Summers of 1995, 1996 and 1997 at the University of
Michigan.  In 1997 and 1998, I served as the Co-Principal
Investigator on two Louisiana Board of Regents
Enhancement Grants for the College of Business.  
Presently, I am the Co-Principal Investigator  on a U.S.
Department of Education Title VI, Part B Grant, to Enhance
International Business Education at Southern University. I
am the Project Director for a grant from the U.S. Department
of Transportation concerning entrepreneurship training.

I was a participant in the Faculty Development in
International Business Program at the Daniel Management
Center, College of Business Administration at the University
of South Carolina in 1997. In 1998, I was a participant in the
Multi-City Study of Urban Inequality, sponsored by the Ford
Foundation at the University of Michigan.  In the Summer
1999, I was a participant in the Personnel Economics
Program at Stanford University. In Spring 2002, I was a
presenter at the NASDAQ IEM*IDEA Securities Market
Conference on Integrating the Iowa Electronic Market Across
Disciplines at an HBCU, held at the University of Iowa,
sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the
NASDAQ Stock Market Educational Foundation.

GLOBAL EXPERIENCE:

Member of the People to People Agricultural Economics
Delegation to the People's Republic of China in 1987.  In the
Summer 2000, I visited universities in  Ghana, Uganda,
Namibia and South Africa as part of our International
Business Education Project to expand trade opportunities.  
In the Spring of 2001 I visited Russia and Armenia as part of
a UNCF/IDP USAID project to establish a business school in
at the State Engineering University of Armenia. International
travel, especially to China, Russia, Armenia, U. S. Virgin
Islands and Africa have  provided me the opportunity to
develop a greater understanding of the role and importance
of higher education in moderating the economic and cultural
differences in the world community.


COURSES TAUGHT:

Microeconomic Theory, Macroeconomic Theory, Managerial
Economics and  Labor Economics


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

Member of the American Economics Association, National
Economics Association, American Agricultural Economics
Association, Southern Agricultural Economics Association,  
Academy of Economics and Finance, Beta Gamma Sigma
Honor Society in Business.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

September 1974-June 1976, Instructor Agricultural  
Economics Department, Southern University, Baton Rouge,  
Louisiana.

January 1980-1983, Assistant Professor, Business
Economics Department, Southern University, Baton Rouge,
Louisiana.

Fall 1981 and 1982, Lecturer, Management Training
Program, International Development Program, Southern
University- USAID Project, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Summer 1981 and 1983, Industry Economist, U.S.
Department of  Commerce, Northwest and Alaska Fisheries
Center, Seattle, Washington.

September1983-July 1994, Assistant, Associate and
Professor, Economics  and Finance Department, Nicholls
State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana.

August 1994 - Present, Professor of  Economics , Southern
University, Baton Rouge, LA

July 1998 - June 1999, Interim Dean, College of Business
Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

July 1999 - Present,  Dean, College of Business Southern
University, Baton Rouge, LA

PUBLICATIONS (Selected Peer Reviewed Publications):

"An Analysis of the Effect of Price on Residential Water
Demand, Metropolitan Miami, Florida."  Southern Journal of
Agricultural Economics, July, 1975 (With Kenneth Gibbs).

"Private and Public Sector Economies of Lignite Energy
Development in Rural Central Texas,"  Southern Journal of
Agricultural Economics, December, 1983 (with Lonnie Jones
and Steven Murdock).

"An Export-Base Analysis of Louisiana's Petroleum Driven
Economy." The Annals of Regional Science, March, 1987.

"An Application of the Stock Adjustment Model in Estimating
Employment Multipliers for the South Central Louisiana
Petroleum Economy 1964-1984." Growth and Change,
Summer, 1988 (with Uday Tate).

"An Estimation of the Aggregate Educational Production
Function for Public Schools in Louisiana," Review of Black
Political Economy, Summer, 1991(with Uday Tate).

"Minority Student Performance in the Principles of
Macroeconomics Course," (Selected   Papers Abstract)
American Journal of American Agricultural Economics,
December, 1996. (with Krishna Agnihotri and Ashagre
Yigletu).

"Energy and Economic Activity in the United States:
Evidence from 1900 to 1945." Energy Sources, January
1998 (With Benjamin  Cheng).

"Cointegration and Casualty Between Energy Consumption
and Employment with  Implications for the Environment."
Energy Sources, August -September 1998 (With Benjamin
Cheng).

"The Influence of Student Personality on Test Performance
in Economics for African  American Students," The African
Economics and Business Review, 1998 ( with Krishna
Agnihotri and Ashagre Yigletu).

The Profitability of Slavery: A Review of the Classical
Economic Position (Chapter 8). In Plantation  Society and
Race Relations, Edited by Thomas J. Durant, Jr. and J.
David Knottnerus, Praeger, 1999 (With Ralph Christy).

HONORS:

Among the honors that I have received, is being selected to
the Master Teacher Program held at Georgia State
University in 1989 and the Leadership Award for helping to
develop the New Realities for Minority Business Conference
at Southern University, supported by the U.S. Department of
the Interior in April 2000.


TRAVEL:

Trips  to Canada, Mexico, France, Italy, Japan, Peoples
Republic of China,  Hong Kong, Armenia, Russia, U.S. Virgin
Islands,  Ghana, Uganda, Namibia and South Africa.

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