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Curriculum Vitae

E. GORDON GEE

The Ohio State University
Office of the President Emeritus
210D Page Hall
1810 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210-1357
OFFICE: 614-292-3899

West Virginia University
Office of the President
103 Stewart Hall
P.O. Box 6201
Morgantown, WV 26506-6201
OFFICE: 304-293-5531

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

President (January 2014 – present)

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

Director, Center for Higher Education Enterprise (July 1, 2013 – present)

Major Duties: I serve as director for the Center for Higher Education Enterprise, which promotes research, policy, initiatives, and conversations aimed at improving student success in public higher education. The Center addresses the growing national need of providing more citizens with access to higher education that is excellent, affordable, and beneficial to both individuals and society.

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law, Education, and Policy, Moritz College of Law

President Emeritus (July 1, 2013 – present)

President (October 1, 2007 – July 1, 2013)

Major Duties: I served as chief executive officer of the university and report to a 17-member Board of Trustees. The Ohio State University is a world-class public research university; the most comprehensive teaching and research institution in the nation; and one of the most distinguished land-grant universities in the world. It is a multi-campus university with locations in Columbus (main campus), Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark; the Agricultural Technical Institute and Ohio Agricultural Research Development Center in Wooster; and extension offices in every county. The university comprises 63,000 students, approximately 48,000 faculty and staff, and has an annual budget of more than $5 billion. The Columbus campus, with nearly 56,000 students, is the largest single campus in the United States.

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY

Chancellor (July 31, 2000 – August 1, 2007)

Major Duties: I served as chief executive officer of the university, reporting to the Board of Trust. Vanderbilt University is a private university with 11,481 undergraduate and graduate students, a faculty of 3,004, a staff of 17,567, and an annual operating budget of $2.6 billion. Vanderbilt, as a major teaching/research university, is comprised of ten schools and colleges, offering a wide array of undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees and programs. Vanderbilt University, and its schools and colleges, are consistently lauded as among the best in American higher education. Vanderbilt is the only private university member of the Southeastern Athletic Conference (SEC).

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law

BROWN UNIVERSITY

President (January 1, 1998 – April 15, 2000)

Major Duties: I served as chief executive officer of the university, reporting to the Corporation of Brown University, chaired by the University Chancellor. At that time, Brown, a private institution, had a population of 7,200 undergraduate and graduate students; a faculty of 1,000 (550 campus-based and 450 hospital-based), a staff of 2,300, and an annual operating budget of $350 million. Brown offers a unique undergraduate experience and a selective number of graduate and professional programs, including a medical school. As a member of the Ivy League, Brown also offers a vast array of extracurricular programs and intercollegiate athletic opportunities for its students.

Academic Appointment: Professor of Education and Public Policy

THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY

President (September 1, 1990 – January 1, 1998)

Major Duties: I served as chief executive officer of the university and reported to an 11-member Board of Trustees. The Ohio State University is the comprehensive, land-grant, doctoral degree-granting, research university for the state of Ohio. The university’s main campus is located in Columbus, with four regional campuses in Lima, Mansfield, Marion, and Newark, and an agricultural research center in Wooster. The university comprised more than 60,000 students, approximately 30,000 faculty and staff, and had an annual budget of $2 billion. At the time of my tenure, the Columbus campus, with nearly 50,000 students, was the largest single campus in the United States.

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO

President (July 1, 1985 – September 1, 1990)

Major Duties: I served as chief executive officer of the university and reported to a nine-member Board of Regents. The University of Colorado, the state’s premier teaching and research institution, is comprised of four campuses: University of Colorado at Boulder, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, University of Colorado at Denver, and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver. The university system had 41,000 students, a faculty and staff of 18,000, and an annual budget of $800 million. Each campus has an appointed Chancellor who reports to the President.

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law

WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY

President (November 1981 – June 1985)

Major Duties: I served as the university’s chief executive officer and represented the university within the West Virginia Board of Regents System. West Virginia University is a comprehensive public research, doctoral degree-granting, land-grant state university composed of 16 colleges including a health sciences center, with a student population of 21,000, a faculty and staff of 8,000, and a budget of $300 million during my tenure.

Academic Appointment: Professor of Law

Dean and Professor, College of Law (1979 – 81)

Major Duties: I served as chief administrative officer of the College of Law and as Chair of the Law Faculty representing interests of the law school within the academic and professional communities.

J. REUBEN CLARK LAW SCHOOL, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY

Associate Dean and Professor (1978 – 1979)
Associate Dean and Associate Professor (1976 – 1978)
Assistant Dean and Associate Professor (1975 – 1976)

Major Duties: I served as the academic dean of the Law School with major responsibilities for curriculum planning, academic development, faculty recruitment, fund-raising, and alumni relations.

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT

Judicial Fellow and Senior Staff Assistant (1974 – 1975)

Major Duties: I worked with, and under the direction of, Chief Justice Warren Burger on a series of administrative and legal problems confronting the Supreme Court and the Federal Judiciary. To meet this responsibility, it was necessary to work closely with members of Congress, the Judiciary, the Bar, and other interested parties. I also assumed major responsibility for the development of a public employment relations system for the Supreme Court and the Federal Judiciary.

UNIVERSITY OF UTAH COLLEGE OF LAW

Assistant Dean for Administration (1973 – 1974)

Major Duties: I had primary responsibility for admissions, student recruitment, budget, continuing legal education, and bar relations.

FEDERAL JUDICIAL CLERKSHIP

Law Clerk to Chief Judge David T. Lewis, United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (1972 – 1973)

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL

Project Coordinator for the Council on Legal Education Study on the Economics of Legal Education (1971 – 1972). The project was published: Swords and Walwer, The Costs and Resources of Legal Education (Columbia University Press, 1974)

LORD, DAY AND LORD, New York, New York

Summer Associate (1971)

Special Assistant to the Honorable Herbert Brownell in his capacity as Chairman of the Committee on Criminal Justice of the Bar of the City of New York.

BRONX COUNTY NEW YORK DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE

Legal Intern (1969)

EDUCATION

University of Utah, B.A. History, 1968
Columbia University, J.D., 1971
Teachers College Columbia University, Ed.D., 1972

Columbia University: Joint degree, recipient in law and education specializing in legal and administrative problems in institutions of higher education.

Dissertation: “An Examination and Analysis of Public Employment Relations Statutes with Recommendations for Statutory Treatment of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education.”

SELECTED SCHOLASTIC HONORS, AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS

Scholastic Honors and Awards:

National Merit Award Finalist
American Legion National Scholarship Award
Skull and Bones, National Junior Men’s Scholastic Honorary
Owl and Key, National Senior Men’s Scholastic Honorary
Beehive, University of Utah Senior Scholastic Honorary
Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, Columbia University School of Law
International Fellow, Columbia Law School, 1970
Golden Key National Honorary
Phi Delta Kappa
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Beta Kappa (Honorary)
Sphinx (Honorary)
Mortar Board (Honorary)
Doctor of Humanities (Honorary), Bethany College, 1984
Doctor of Law (Honorary), West Virginia University, 1997
Doctor of Law (Honorary), The Ohio State University, 1997
Doctor of Humane Letters (Honorary), Centre College, 2006
Doctorate of Laws (Honorary), Mt. Carmel School of Nursing, 2008
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), 2009
Champion of Children Award, Champion of Children Advocacy Group, 2010
Doctor of Laws (Honorary); University of Utah, 2010
Norman Cohn Hope Award, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Ohio Buckeye Chapter, 2011
ACE Council of Fellows/Fidelity Investments Mentor Award, 2013
Historically Black Colleges and Universities Outstanding Academic Leader of the Year, 2013

Listed Recognitions:

Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Utah, 1994
Distinguished Alumni Award, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1994
Distinguished Eagle Scout Award, 1990
Outstanding Young Men in America
Who’s Who in American Law
Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in Education
Who’s Who in the West
Who’s Who of Emerging Leaders in America
Distinguished Achievement Award, Pi Kappa Alpha, 2001
Apollo Award for Communications Leadership, Public Relations Society of America, Nashville, TN. Chapter, 2004

Fellowships:

Mellon Fellow, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, 1977 – 1978
Judicial Fellow, United States Supreme Court, 1974 – 1975
W.K. Kellogg Fellow for the Study of Legal Issues in Higher Education, 1971 – 1972

Research Grants:

American Bar Foundation and American Bar Association to research and write a report on the American Bar Foundation’s studies on legal education, 1980 – 1981

Guy Anderson Foundation for a study of part-time and dual-division legal education institutions, 1979 – 1981

Ford Foundation and Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility to conduct studies on legal education and lawyer competency, 1975 – 1978

SERVICE TO EDUCATION

Member, Lincoln Project, American Academy of Arts and Sciences (2013)

Member, Board of Directors, American Council of Education (2013)

Chair, Commission on Higher Education Attainment, American Council on Education (2011 – 2013)

Member, Steering Committee, U.S. Manufacturing Competitiveness Initiative, Council on Competitiveness (2010 – present)

Member, International Advisory Board, King Abdulaziz University, Saudia Arabia (2009 – present)

Member, Board of Trustees, National 4-H Council (2008 – present)

Trustee Emeritus, Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation (2010 – present)

Vice-Chairman, Executive Committee, Inter-University Council of Ohio (2009 – 2013)

Co-chair, Blueprint for American Prosperity Report—Energy Discovery-Innovation Institutes: A Step Toward Energy Sustainability, The Brookings Institution (February 2009)

Member, National Commission on America’s Schools and Colleges, The College Board Committee to revise the Student Aptitude Test (2002 – present)

Co-Chair, Energy Initiative Advisory Committee, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (2009 – 2013)

Member, Big Ten Conference Council of Presidents (1990 – 1998; 2007 – 2013)

Member, Business-Higher Education Forum (1987 – 2013)

Member, American Association of Universities (1985 – 2013)

Member, American Association of Universities President’s Task Force on the 2008 Election (2008)

Member, Tennessee Campus Compact Presidents’ Council (2006 – 2007)

Vice President, Southeastern Conference Council of Presidents (2006 – 2007)

President, Executive Committee, Tennessee College Association (2005 – 2006)

Member, Commission on Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness, American Council on Education, (2005 – 2007)

Member, Board of Trustees, Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation (2005 – 2009)

Member, NCAA Presidential Taskforce on the Future of Intercollegiate Athletics (2005 – 2007)

Member, National Panel of Presidents and Chancellors, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation/American Council on Education project on Faculty Career Pathways (2004 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, Tennessee College Association (2003 – 2007)

Member, Advisory Committee, Nashville Alliance for Public Education (2002 – 2007)

Chair, Board of Directors, Southeastern Universities Research Association, (2001 – 2003)

Member, Board of Trust, Vanderbilt University (2000 – 2007)

Member, Council of Presidents, Southeastern Conference (2000 – 2007)

Member, Historic Black College and University Advisory Committee, The Kresge Foundation, (1999 – 2005)

Member, President’s Council, Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, (1999 – 2005)

Chair, The Council of Ivy Group Presidents (1999 – 2000)

Member, Board of Directors, The Campus Compact (1998 – 2001)

Chair, Board of Overseers, Annenberg Institute for School Reform (1998 – 2000)

Chair, Board of Governors, John Carter Brown Library (1998 – 2000)

President, Board of Overseers, John Nicholas Brown Center for the Study of American Civilization (1998 – 2000)

Fellow, Corporation of Brown University (1998 – 2000)

Member, Board of Overseers, Thomas J. Watson, Jr. Institute for International Studies (1998 – 2000)

Member, Board of Directors, American Council on Education, (1997 – 2001)

Chair, Big Ten Universities Council of Presidents (1997 -1998)

Member, Presidential Leadership Group, The Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Prevention (1997 – 2002)

Chair, Association of American Universities (1997 – 1998)

Chair, Universities Research Association Council of Presidents (1996)

Vice Chair, American Association of Universities (1996 – 1997)

Vice Chair, Big Ten Universities Council of Presidents (1996 – 1997)

Trustee, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation, Presidential appointment for five-year term (1995 – 2000)

Chair, Kellogg Commission on the Future of State and Land-Grant Universities (1995 – 1998)

Member, NCAA Presidents Commission (1995 – 1997)

Member, National Advisory Council for School-to-Work Opportunities (1995 – 2000)

Co-Chair, Ohio Science and Technology Council (1995 – 1998)

Chair, Big Ten Universities Midwest Consortium for International Activities (1995 – 1998)

Member, University Hospital Consortium’s Governance, Ownership, Management, and Leadership Task Force (1994 – 1998)

Member, Executive Committee, American Association of Universities (1994 – 1999)

Chair, Midwestern Universities Alliance (1993 – 1995)

Chair, Committee on Governmental Relations, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (1991 – 1995)

Member, Executive Committee, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities Colleges (1991 – 1998)

Member, Commercial Programs Advisory Committee, National Aeronautical and Space Administration (1991 – 1992)

Chair, Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for Ohio (1990 – 1998)

Member, Council of Section on Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, American Bar Association (1989 – 1992)

Vice Chair, Association of Big Eight Universities (1989 – 1990)

Member, Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges Advisory, Council of Presidents (1988 – 1998)

Member, Board of Directors, University of Colorado Hospital (1988 – 1990)

Member, Board of Directors, American Council Education, (1987 – 1992)

Chair, Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for Colorado (1987 – 1990)

Member, Board of Trustees, Institute of International Education (1987 – 1990)

Chair, Committee on Undergraduate Understanding of the Legal Process, American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (1987 – 1990)

Member, Executive Committee, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (1987 – 1989)

Member, Academy for Educational Development Panel of Senior University Advisors (1986 – 1990)

Member, Committee on Legal Affairs, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (1984 – 1991)

Member, Committee on Equal Opportunity, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (1983 – 1990)

Co-Chair, Committee on Conferences for Senior Law School Administrators of the Association of American Law Schools (1982)

Member, Board of Trustees, New York Law School (1981 – 1992)

Chair, Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee for West Virginia (1981 – 1985)

Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Legal Education (1981 – 1984)

Co-Chair, Membership Committee of the American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (1981 – 1982)

Member, Committee on Nominations for the Association of American Law Schools (1981 – 1982)

Senior Editor, Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of College and University Law (1980 – 1985)

Board of Visitors, Brigham Young University Law School (1979 – 1982)

Chair, Research Committee of the American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admission to the Bar (1976 – 1980)

Representative of the Association of American Law Schools on the National Commission on Educational Statistics Task Force on Educational Taxonomies (1975 – 1979)

Served on numerous accreditation committees for law schools and universities.

SERVICE TO BUSINESS AND COMMUNITY

Chair, Governor’s Review of Higher Education Quality and Value, (2013 – present)

Member, Mayor’s Education Commission (2012 – 2013)

Chair, Ohio Higher Education Funding Commission (2012 – 2013)

Member, Board of Directors, Limited Brands (2012 – present)

Chair, Ohio Higher Education Capital Funding Collaborative (2011 – 2012)

Secretary, Board of Directors, JobsOhio (2011 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, I Know I Can (2009 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, Bob Evans Farms, Inc. (2009 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, Grange Insurance Companies (2008 – present)

Member, Board of Trustees, Columbus Council on World Affairs (2008 – present)

Member, CEO’s for Cities (2007 – present)

Member, Board, Columbus School for Girls Foundation (1990 – 1998; 2007 – present)

Member, Council on Competitiveness (1987 – present)

Member, Board of Governors, National Hospice Foundation (1998 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, The Jason Foundation (2003 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, CompeteColumbus (2007 – present)

Member, Board of Directors, International Advisory Board, Christopher Isherwood Foundation (2001 – present)

Member, Cleveland Rock and Roll, Inc. Board of Trustees (2010 – 2013)

Member, The Ohio State University Medical Center Board (2007 – 2013)

Co-Chair, Columbus Bicentennial 2012 Commission (2008 – 2013)

Member, Battelle Charities Board (2008 – 2013)

Member, Executive Board, The Columbus Partnership (2007 – 2013)

Chair, Science and Technology Campus Corporation Board (2007 – 2013)

Member, Higher Education Council of Columbus (2007 – 2013)

Member, Board of Directors, Greater Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce (2007 – 2013)

Member and Secretary, Board of Directors, TechColumbus (2007 – 2013)

Member, Steering Committee for Economic Development, National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education (2001 – 2013)

Member, The Ohio State University Foundation Board Trustees (1990 – 1998; 2007 – 2013)

Member, The Ohio State University Hospitals Board of Trustees (1990 – 1998; 2007 – 2013)

Vice Chair, Wexner Center for the Arts Foundation (1990 – 1998; 2007 – 2012)

Member, Nashville Business Committee for the Arts (2007)

Member, National Committee to Unite a Divided America, Center for the Study of the Presidency (2005 – 2007)

Member, Board, Harpeth Hall (2005 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, Nashville Alliance for Public Schools (2005 – 2006)

Member, Board of Trustees, Freedom Forum Diversity Institute, Inc. (2003 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, Gaylord Entertainment (2002 – 2009)

Member, Board, Montgomery Bell Academy (2002 – 2007)

Trustee, Committee on Economic Development (2001 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, American Red Cross, Nashville Area Chapter, Communication Committee, Financial Development Committee (2001 – 03)

Member, Board of Directors, Boy Scouts of America, Nashville Area Chapter (2001 – 2003)

Member, Board of Governors’ Executive Committee, Metropolitan Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Vice Chairman Education Committee (2001 – 2002)

Member, Board of Directors, Nashville Symphony (2001 – 2005)

Member, Board of Directors, Cumberland Region Tomorrow (2001 – 2007)

Member, Board of Trustees, Leadership Nashville (2001 – 2007)

Chair, Advisory Committee to select a School Director for the Metropolitan Public Schools-Nashville (2001)

Member, Board of Directors, Dollar General Corporation (2000 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, Massey Energy Corporation (2000 – 2009)

Member, Nashville’s Agenda (2000 – 2007)

Member, Board of Directors, Hasbro, Inc. (1999 – 2010)

Member, Board of Directors, Allmerica Financial (1999 – 2003)

Member, Board of Directors, Citizens Bank (1999 – 2000)

Member, Board of Directors, The Ulman Fund (1998 – 2005)

Chair, Selection Committee for Providence, Rhode Island School Superintendent (1998 – 1999)

Advisory Board, City Year Rhode Island (1998 – 2000)

President, Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council (1998 – 2000)

Board of Trustees, The Providence Foundation (1998 – 2000)

Member, Board of Directors, Abercrombie & Fitch (1996 – 1998)

Member, Board of Directors, Intimate Brands, Inc. (1995 – 2000)

Member, Board of Directors, Columbia Gas of Ohio (1995 – 1998)

Member, Board of Directors, Glimcher Realty Trust (1994 – 2001)

Member, Board of Directors, Limited Brands, Inc. (1991 – 2008)

Member, Board of Directors, Banc One Corporation (1990 – 1998)

Member, Board of Directors, ASARCO, Inc. (1988 – 1999)

Member, Board of Directors, Dreyfus National Bank and Trust Company (1985 – 1990)

Member, Economic Development Advisory Council, State of Colorado (1985 – 1990)

Member, American Judicature Society Board of Directors (1985 – 1987)

Member, Executive Committee, West Virginia Roundtable, Inc. (1984 – 1985)

Member, West Virginia Joint Legislative Committee on Economic Development (1983 – 1985)

Member, West Virginia Governor’s Advisory Committee on Economic Development (1982 – 1984)

Member, Administrative Conference of the United States (1982 – 1984)

Reporter, American Bar Association Task Force on Professional Competency (1981 – 1984)

Member, Board of Editors, “It’s the Law” (1980 – 1981)

Delegate, American Law Institute (1979 – 1981)

Member, Board of Directors, West Virginia Legal Services, Inc. (1979 – 1981)

Member, Judicial Conference of the United States Committee to Consider Standards for Admission to Practice in the Federal Courts, Devitt Committee (1976 – 1980) (Appointed by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger)

PUBLICATIONS

Articles and Monographs (Selective)

Gee, E. Gordon. “More students deserve to graduate,” USA Today, May 21, 2013.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Right Move for Students,” Huffington Post, February 26, 2013.

Gee, E. Gordon & Kasich, John. “Fostering a Culture of Completion,” The Plain Dealer, January 23, 2013.

Gee, E. Gordon. “A Vote for Civility and Common Purpose,” Huffington Post, November 16, 2013.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Promise of American Higher Education,” Huffington Post, September 18, 2012.

Gee, E. Gordon. “A New Model for Public Universities,” Toledo Blade, March 11, 2012.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Education Beyond High School Crucial in 21st-Century Economy,” The Plain Dealer, November 6, 2011.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Colleges Must Find Innovative Ways to Finance Their Missions,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 30, 2011.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Universities Can Survive only with Radical Reform,” The Christian Science Monitor, March, 13, 2009.

Gee, E. Gordon. “A New International Identity: Why Every Student Should Go Abroad,” CASE Currents, January 2008, pp. 63-64.

Gee, E. Gordon. “A Convergence of Corporate and Academic Governance,” Trusteeship, Vol. 14, No. 6, November/December 2006, pp. 24-27.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Title IX and the Restructuring of Intercollegiate Athletics,” The Scholar and Feminist Online, Issue 4.3, August 2006.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Keeping the Engine Running: Sobering political and fiscal realities could impede Tennessee’s research momentum,” Business Tennessee, March 2006, pg. 52.

Gee, E. Gordon. “A New (Old) Philosophy of Intercollegiate Athletics,” Phi Kappa Phi Forum, Vol. 85., No. 3, Fall 2005, pp. 11-13.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Confederacy Debate and the Free Flow of Ideas,” The Tennessean, December 2, 2002, pg. 21A.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Academic standards are vital,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, August 21, 2002, pg. 8B.

Gee, E. Gordon. “We Should Concentrate on the ‘Why’ of Diversity,” Diversity Exchange, Spring 2002.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Distinguishing Standards From Standardization,” The Presidency, Spring 2001, pg. 85.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Address to Council of College of Arts and Sciences 1993 Annual Plenary Session,” CCAS Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 1., Jan-Feb 1994.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Time, Change, and the University,” Technos, Winter 1993, pp. 2 (4), 27-28.

Gee, E. Gordon. Bowling Green University Commencement Address, The Toledo Blade, May 17, 1992.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Dual-Career Couple: A Growing Challenge,” Educational Record, 1991, pp. 72 (1), 45-47.

Gee, E. Gordon & Williams, James. “Libraries and the Establishment of Academic Strategy in Higher Education,” Journal of Library Administration, November 3-4, 1990, pg. 13.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Encroachment of Mass Culture,” High Plains Literary Review, 1989-1990, pp. 3, 37-45.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Final Report of the American Bar Association Task Force on Professional Competence,” American Bar Association, 1983.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Current Studies of Legal Education: Findings and Recommendations,” Journal of Legal Education, 1982, pp. 32, 371-505.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Strengths and Weaknesses of Contemporary Legal Education,” American Bar Association Conference on Legal Education in the 1980’s, 1981, pp. 15-24.

Gee, E. Gordon & Sperry, David J. Bulletin and Update Subscription Service to Education Law and the Public Schools, Allyn and Bacon, 1980-1982.
(This was a quarterly update service to the Gee/Sperry treatise on law and education, which addressed new legal problems which had occurred since publication of the treatise.)

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. Law Schools and Professional Responsibility: Report and Recommendations of the Special Committee for a Study of Legal Education of the American Bar Association, American Bar Association, 1980,

Gee, E. Gordon. “Teacher Dismissal: A View from Mt. Healthy,” Brigham Young University Law Review, 1980, pp. 255-273.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Constitutional Rights: A View from Mt. Healthy,” School Law in Contemporary Society, NOLPE, 1980, pp. 73-94.

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Unionization of Mr. Chips: A Survey Analysis of Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools,” Williamette Law Review, 1979, pp. 15, 367-471.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Will Legal Education March to a Different Drum in the 80’s?” Survey and Directory of Clinical Legal Education, CLEPR 1979, ii-xxvix.

Gee, E. Gordon, “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Placebo or Penicillin?” Survey and Directory of Clinical Legal Education, CLEPR 1978, pp. ii-xxv.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Langdell Takes a Bride,” Survey and Directory of Clinical Legal Education, CLEPR 1977, pp. ii-xxiii.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Hand in Hand or Fist in Glove?” Learning and the Law, 1977, pp. 34-57.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Bridging the Gap: Legal Education and Lawyer Competency,” Brigham Young University Law Review, 1977, pp. 695-990.
(This book-length article represents the last of a series of studies on legal education conducted for CLEPR and the Ford Foundation.)

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Acceptance at Last,” Survey and Directory of Clinical Legal Education 1975-76, CLEPR, pp. ii-xx.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “The Apprenticeship System: Education or Exploitation? or A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the University Law School,” The Education and Licensing of Lawyers, CLEPR, 1976, pp. 89-114.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Progress and Consolidation,” Survey and Directory of Clinical Legal Education, CLEPR, 1975, pp. ii-xvii).

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Bread and Butter?” Electives in American Legal Education, CLEPR, 1975.

Gee, E. Gordon & Jackson, Donald W. “Following the Leader? The Unexamined Consensus,” Law School Curricula, CLEPR, 1974.
Republished in part in Countrymen, Finman, & Scheuer (Eds.), 1976, The Lawyer in Modern Society, Little-Brown.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Continued Progress,” Survey of Clinical Legal Education 1973-74, CLEPR, 1974, pp. ii-xvii.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Organizing the Halls of Ivy: Developing a Framework for Viable Alternatives in Higher Education Employment,” Utah Law Review, 1973, pp. 252-290.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Survey of Clinical Legal Education: Where We Stand,” Survey of Clinical Legal Education 1972-73, CLEPR, 1973, pp. ii-xvii.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Collective Bargaining in the College Community: A Need for Viable Alternatives,” In Festschrift (in honor of Michael Brick), (New York, Teachers College Press, 1973), pp. 21-37.

Gee, E. Gordon. “An Examination and Analysis of Public Employment Relations Statutes and Their Impact on Higher Education,” In Michael Brick (Ed.), Collective Negotiations in Higher Education, (New York, Teachers College Press, 1972). pp. 79-112.

Numerous papers and speeches presented and published in my capacity as a university president focusing on higher education and related issues.

Book Chapters

Gee, E. Gordon. “The Modern Public University: Its Land-Grant Heritage, Its Land-Grant Horizon,” Precipice or Crossroads? (Albany, NY, SUNY Press, 2012), pp. 51-62.

Gee, E. Gordon. “Carpetbaggery and Conflagration: Vanderbilt University Makes Enemies of Old Friends,” University Presidents as Moral Leaders (Westport, CT, Praeger, 2012), pp. 13-19.

Gee, E. Gordon. “An Academic Point of View’ Inside the Minds: Driving Company Growth,” Top CEO’;s on Developing a Vision, Adding Value, and Creating a Financial Impact (Boston, MA, Aspatore Books, 2005), pp. 17-24.

Gee, E. Gordon & Blanshan, Sue, “Working with Partners,” The Art of Hiring in America’s Colleges and Universities (Promethus, 1993), pp. 101-122.

Gee, E. Gordon & Breivik, Patricia, “Libraries and Learning,” Libraries and the Search for Academic Excellence (Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, 1988), pp. 25-41.

Books

Gee, E. Gordon & Daniel, Philip T.K. Law, Policy, and Higher Education (Newark, NJ, LexisNexis, 2012).

Gee, E. Gordon & Daniel, Philip T.K. Law and Public Education: Cases and Materials, 4th Edition (Newark, NJ, LexisNexis, 2009).

Gee, E. Gordon & Patricia Breivik, Higher Education in the Internet Age: Libraries Creating a Strategic Edge (Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2006).

Gee, E. Gordon & Daniel, Philip T.K., Education Law and the Public Schools: A Compendium, 3rd Edition (Norwood, Massachusetts: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, 1998).

Daniel, Philip T.K.; Sperry, David J.; Gee, E. Gordon; & Huefner, Dixie, Education Law and the Public Schools: A Compendium, 2nd Edition, (Norwood, Massachusetts: Christopher-Gordon Publishers, 1997). [1st Edition designated as “One of Ten Best Education Books of 1978” by the Journal of the National School Boards Association.]

Gee, E. Gordon & Daniel, Philip T.K., Law and Public Education, 2nd Edition (Charlottesville, VA, Michie, 1995).

Gee, E. Gordon & Breivik, Patricia, Information Literacy: Revolution in the Library, (New York, ACE/McMillan, 1989). [Awarded the 1990 G.K. Hall Prize by the American Library Association for outstanding contribution to library literature.]

Gee, E. Gordon & Bybee, Rodger, Violence, Values and Justice in the Schools, (Allyn and Bacon, 1982).

Gee, E. Gordon; Wood, Mary Ann Q.; & Wood, Stephen G., Fair Employment Practices and Procedures: Cases and Materials, (Charlottesville, VA, Michie, 1982).

Gee, E. Gordon & Goldstein, Stephen, Law and Public Education: Cases and Materials, 2nd Edition (Charlottesville, VA, Michie/Bobbs-Merrill, 1981).

Gee, E. Gordon, 1978 Cumulative Supplement, Law and Public Education, (Charlottesville, VA, Michie, 1978).

Selected Presentations

American Association of Higher Education, American Association of Research Libraries, American Association of Accountants, American Bar Foundation, American Council on Education, American History Association, Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies, Association of American Law Schools, Association of American Universities, Business-Higher Education Forum, Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Education Commission of the States, Law School Admissions Council, National Academy of Public Administration, National Academy of School Executives, National Association of College and University Attorneys, National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, National Conference of Bar Examiners, National Center for State Courts, National Conference of Pre-Law Advisors, National Organization for Legal Problems in Education, National School Boards Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar (ABA), and Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education. In addition, numerous speaking assignments to educational, government, business, and professional associations.

Selected Consultations

Academy for Educational Development, American Bar Association, American Bar Foundation, American Council on Education, Association of American Law Schools, Council on Legal Education for Professional Responsibility, Federal Judicial Center, Ford Foundation, Junior College Council of the Middle Atlantic States, National Academy of School Executives, National Institute of Education, National Institute of Health, National Organization for Legal Problems in Education, North Central Accreditation Association, State Colleges of California, State University of New York, National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, American Judicature Association.

PERSONAL

Date of Birth: February 2, 1944, Vernal, Utah

One child (Rebekah Gee, M.D.- b. 12/4/1975)

Updated February 2014