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190 W Franklin Spikes

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Birth Date - Death Date


1949

 

 

 

Personal Data

Born in 1949 in Berwyn, Illinois.

 Married in Arenzeville, Illinois to Janice Morrison. SheHolds a PhD in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin. Now She Is a Full Professor of Nursing and holds the A.C. Rice Endowed Chair in Health Education at Kansas Wesleyan University. 

Have one son, Jonathan. He Is a Captain and Blackhawk Pilot for the U.S. Army and Chief of Operations for the Army's School of Aviation Medicine at Ft. Rucker, Alabama.

 

Education

Ed.D.        Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, 1975

                Emphasis in leadership and educational policy studies.

 

M.S.          Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, 1973.

                Emphasis in industrial technology.

 

B.S. Ed.      Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, 1971.

                Emphasis in industrial education.

 

                                                                          Additional Study

-Southwestern Bell Corporation, St. Louis Missouri, Advanced Financial and Strategic Planning, 1984-1986

-American Council on Education, and, Higher Education Planning and Management Systems, 1981-1983

-Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Educational Management, 1980

-Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Illinois, European History, 1967-1969

 

 

 

Employment

 

Professor and Member of the Graduate Faculty with Doctoral Certification (1990-Present)

Director of the Doctoral Program in Adult Education (1993-present),

Department of Educational Leadership; and Chair, Department of Adult Education (1990-1993), College of Education, Kansas State University.

Associate Dean and Associate Professor, College of Business Administration, University of Missouri-St. Louis, 1986-1990.

Strategic Planning and Marketing Manager, Southwestern Bell Corporation, 1984-1986.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Saint Louis University, Metropolitan College, 1982-1984.

American Council on Education Fellow in Academic Administration, Office of the President, Trinity University, 1980-81.

Associate Dean and Associate Professor, St. Mary's University of San Antonio, 1977-1982.

Director of Continuing Education and Assistant Professor, School of Education, Our Lady of the Lake University, 1975-1977.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Awards and Honors

 

-Recipient, Professorial Performance Award an honor given for sustained exemplary scholarly performance and productivity at the full professor level, Kansas State University, 2006

-Participant and Head of Kansas State University Delegation, Environmental, Historical and Cultural Outlooks of Paraguay: Technology-based Field Research and Dissemination Project United States Department of Education Fulbright Award, Summer 2002

-Member, Inaugural Class, International Adult Education Hall of Fame, The University of Oklahoma, 1996

-National Research Fellow, Project for the Study of Adult Learning, Illinois State University, 1993-1994

-Recipient, Presidential Outstanding Leadership and Service Award, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, 1992

-Recipient, Outstanding Alumni Award in Leadership and Educational Policy Studies, College of Education, Northern Illinois University, 1988

-Founding Member, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, 1982

-Fellow in Academic Administration, American Council on Education, 1980-1981

-Member, Phi Delta Kappa, 1974-Present

-Recipient, Doctoral Teaching Assistantship, Department of Leadership and Educational Policy Studies,Northern Illinois University, 1974-75

-Recipient, Graduate Research Assistantship, Department of Leadership and Educational Policy Studies,Northern Illinois University, 1972-74

-Recipient, Illinois State Teachers' Scholarship, 1967

-Selected as a Outstanding Young Man in America, 1980, 1981, 1983 and 1984

-Cited in Who's Who in American Education, 5th Edition, 1996/97

-Cited in Who's Who in the Midwest 25th Edition, 1996/97

-Cited in Who's Who in the Midwest, 1993/1994

-Cited in Who's Who in the Southwest, 1978/79, 1980/81 and 1982/83

 

 

 

Membership-Professional Organizations

Previous Association in Academic Administration for the American Council on Education (ACE)

President of the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education (AAACE) in 1991-1992.

Worked with AAACE

 Parent organizations, NAPCAE and AEA. 

 

 

 

Publications

                                                                               Books and Monographs

  Spikes, W.F., (Ed.), (April, 1996). Workplace learning. New directions for continuing education, No.68.

            San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

    Spikes, W.F., (Ed.), (1980). The university and the inner city: A redefinition of relationships.

             Lexington Massachusetts: Lexington Books, D.C. Heath and Company.

     Spikes, W.F. and Mason, R.C. (1977). On the evaluation of university extension programs.

              DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Information Program in Career Education.

 

                                                                                        Chapter in Books

Boden, C. J. & Spikes, W.F., (2009). A case for the internationalization of adult education curricula in graduate programs. In Strohschen, G. (Ed.), Handbook of blended shore education: adult program development and delivery. New York: Springer.

Spikes, W.F., (2008). Forward to Online science learning-best practices and technologies. In K. Dowling and J. Holtz, Online science learning-best practices and technologies. Hershey, Pennsylvania: Information Science Publishing.

Spikes, W.F., (1996). Preparing workplace learning professionals. In W.F. Spikes (Ed.), Workplace Learning. New directions for continuing education, No.68. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Spikes, W.F., (1996). Future directions in workplace learning. In W.F. Spikes (Ed.), Workplace Learning. New directions for continuing education, No.68. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Shelton, E. & Spikes, W.F. (1991). Leadership through professional associations. In R.G. Brockett (Ed.), Professional development for educators of adults: New directions for continuing education, No.51. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Spikes, W.F. (1990). Building our associations and bridges to others. In B.A. Quigley (Ed.), Fulfilling the promise of adult and continuing education. New directions for continuing education, No.44. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Spikes, W.F. (1990). How adults learn. In R.L. Craig (Ed.), Sales training handbook. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc.

Spikes, W.F. & Cornell, T. (1987). Occupational literacy and the corporate classroom. In C.E. Klevins (Ed.), Methods and materials in adult and continuing education. Canoga Park, California: Klevins Publishing.

Spikes, W.F. (1983). Planning programs for the armed services: a collaborative approach. In C.E. Kasworm (Ed.), Educational outreach to select populations. New directions for continuing education, No.20. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers.

Spikes, W.F. (1982). The worldwide struggle for adult education. In R. Gross (Ed.), Invitation to lifelong learning. Chicago: Follett Publishing Company.

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Interest Areas

His teaching and research interests are connected to workplace learning, training and development, educational program planning and administration.

 

 

 

Major Contributions to Adult Education

Control to Amount of National Professional Associations Counting ACE and its program on Noncollegiate Sponsored Instruction and the American Society for Training and Development and its national and local chapters and associates.

Consultant to Major Companies and States Government Agencies. 
 



 

 

Additional Resources

Articles

Spikes, W.F. (1999, Fall). Some questions about distance learning and the role of the university Educational Considerations, 27, (1), 6-9.

Spikes, W.F. (1999, Winter) Adult education. The Encyclopedia of the Great Plains. Lincoln, Nebraska. Center for Great Plains Studies, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Spikes, W.F. (1998, Summer). On adult education and the changing world of work. Adult Learning, 9, (4).

Spikes, W.F. (1998, Spring). Recapturing the vision. Adult Learning, 9, (1).

Spikes, W.F. (1995, July) New educational challenges presented by generation x, Lifelong Learning Today, 1, (1). Learning Resources Network, Manhattan, Kansas.

Nolte, J.L. & Spikes, W.F. (1994). Effects of in-service training on part-time continuing education faculty. Proceedings, Thirteenth Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Spikes, W.F. (1993). An analysis of learning styles of professional engineers and the implications for continuing professional engineering education. Proceedings, Project for the Study of Adult Learning 1993 National Research Symposium. Bloomington, Illinois: Illinois State University.

Spikes, W.F. (1989). A model for utilizing applied business research in a university continuing education program. Proceedings, Eighth Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult, Continuing and Community Education. St. Louis, Missouri: University of Missouri.

Spikes, W.F. (1988). An analysis of supervisory and management development needs of public sector employees. Proceedings, Seventh Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult and Continuing Education. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin.

Spikes, W.F. (1987). Implications of recent research about trends in corporate education for human resource development practitioners. Proceedings, Sixth Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference in Adult and Continuing Education. Lansing, Michigan:

Spikes, W. F. & Spikes, J.M. (1986). An educator’s guide to strategic planning. Lifelong Learning: An Omnibus of Research and Practice, 9, (7), 6-11.

Spikes, W.F. (1986). On leaving. Lifelong Learning: An Omnibus of Research and Practice, 9, (6).

Spikes, W.F. (1986). Human resource development research needs: a corporate practitioner's viewpoint. RE: ACE, (5) DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University, Office of Research and Evaluation in Adult and Continuing Education.

Spikes, W.F. (1981). The continuing education program planner as manager. Scholar and Educator, Fall, 29-33.

Spikes, W.F. (1980). Direct mail techniques for the adult educator. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, 3,(7),8.

Spikes, W.F. (1978). Implications of the UNESCO recommendations on the development of adult education for practice in the United States. Lifelong Learning: The Adult Years, 2, (8), 4-8, 38-39.

Spikes W.F. & Bush, W.T. (1978). A competency-based program for counselor training in substance abuse intervention. The Forum for Continuing Education, 9(5), 5-10.

Spikes, W.F. (1978). Planning continuing nursing education programs: a guide for the practitioner. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 2, (2), 1-8.

Spikes, W.F. (1978). An analysis of the UNESCO recommendation on adult education. Scholar & Educator, 2, (2), 1-8.

 

 

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Interesting Facts

His Interests Include Old Cars and Building Model Race Cars Which He Does in His Free Time.

 

 


References

 

Kansas State University. (2014) . W. Franklin Spikes, ED.D. 

       Professor and Director, Doctoral Program in Adult Education, Manhattan, KS 66506 . Retrieved from 

          http://global.k-state.edu/education/leadership/adult/faculty/w-franklin-spikes

 

University of Oklahoma , ( 2014) .

          Hall of Fame. Class of 1966 : W. Franklin Spikes . Retrieved from

           http://www.halloffame.outreach.ou.edu/1996/spikes.html

 

coe.k-state.edu/annex/ace/docs/Spikes_CV.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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