David Valentine Tiedeman curriculum vitae.

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Formal Education

Harvard University, Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) -- 1949. Educational Measurement.

Harvard University, Master of Education (Ed.M.) -- 1948. Educational Measurement.

University of Rochester, Master of Arts (A.M.) -- 1943. Psychology.

Union College, Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) -- 1941. Psychology.

Experience

1990-2004 Vice President, New Careering Institute, Inc. 1994-1994 Faculty Associate, Walden University. 1992-1994 Provost, William Lyon University. 1988-1991 Consultant in Education. 1986- Vice President, Lifecareer Foundation. 1985-1986 President, International College. 1985- Professor, Higher and Postsecondary Education, School of Education, University of Southern California, Professor Emeritus. 1981-1984 President, National Institute for the Advancement of Career Education. 1973-1980 Professor (with tenure on 7/1/1975), Leadership and Educational Policy Studies, College of Education, Northern Illinois University. Coordinator, Office for Vocational, Technical and Career Education (1977-1980). Director, ERIC Clearinghouse in Career Education (1973-1976). 1971-1973 Director, Project TALENT and Institute for Research in Education, and Assistant Director, Palo Alto Office, American Institutes for Research. 1959-1971 Professor of Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. Sabbatical leave as Fellow in the Educational Facilities Laboratory, Ford Foundation (1970-1971). Chairman, Executive Committee, Harvard NEEDS-Newton Information System for Vocational Decisions (1966-1970). Co-Director, Center for Research in Careers (1964-1966). Sabbatical leave as Fellow in the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences and Special Fellow, National Institute of Mental Health (1963-1964). Chairman, Program in Guidance (1957-1966). 1955-1959 Associate Professor of Education (tenure appointment without limit of time), Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. 1951-1955 Lecturer in Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. 1949-1951 Instructor in Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. 1948-1949 Sheldon Traveling Fellow, Harvard University (Study at Cambridge University and Princeton University). 1946-1948 Teaching Fellow in Education, Milton Fellow, and Instructor in Education, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. 1944-1946 Associate Head, Statistics Division, Manhattan Project, School of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Rochester. 1943-1944 Staff Member, Test Construction Department, College Entrance Examination Board. 1941-1943 Staff Member, N.R.C. Committee on Selection and Training of Aircraft Pilots, University of Rochester. Professional Affiliations

American Association for Counseling and Development

President of National Career Development Association (formerly NVGA), a Division of AACD (formerly APGA), 1965-1966

Eminent Career Award, 1979

American Educational Research Association

American Psychological Association President, Division of Counseling Psychology, 1965-1966

National Council on Measurement in Education President, 1963-1964

Honorary Affiliations

Phi Beta Kappa

Phi Delta Kappa

Phi Kappa Phi

Sigma Xi

Advisory Affiliations

Advisory Screening Committee in Education, Council for International Exchange of Scholars

Chair, 1978-1979

Member, 1975-1979

Chairman, Commission on Tests, College Entrance Examination Board, 1966-1970

Committee on Research and Development, College Entrance Examination Board, 1963-1966

Panel on Counseling and Selection, National Manpower Advisory Committee, 1962-1966

Bibliographic Notations

Who's Who in the West

Who's Who in America

Who's Who in the World

Publications of Recognition

Cassel, R. (Ed.). (1984). Issue dedication to David V. Tiedeman, leader in education. Education, 105(2), front and back covers.

Olson, S. K., & Roberts, V. F. (1985). David V. Tiedeman: Statistician, scholar, and sage. Journal of Counseling and Development, 63(10), 597-604.

Publications: Books

Tiedeman, D. V., & O'Hara, R. P. (1963). Career development: Choice and adjustment. New York: College Entrance Examination Board.

Rulon, P. J., Tiedeman, D. V., Tatsuoka, M. M., & Langmuir, C. R. (1967) Multivariate statistics for personnel classification. New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc.

Tiedeman, D. V., Schreiber, M., & Wessell, T. R., Jr. (1976). Key resources in career education: An annotated guide. Washington, DC: National Institute of Education.

Dudley, G. A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Career development: Exploration and commitment. Muncie, IN: Accelerated Development.

Peatling, J. H., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1977). Career development: Designing self. Muncie, IN: Accelerated Development.

Tiedeman, D. V., Katz, M. R., Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Osipow, S. (1978). The cross sectional story of early career development as revealed by the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Washington, DC: American Personnel and Guidance Association.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1979). Career development: Designing our career machines. Schenectady, NY: Character Research Press.

Miller-Tiedeman, A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1987). Career development: Journey into personal power. Unpublished manuscript.

Publications: Chapters in Books

Tiedeman, D. V. (1954). A model for the profile problem. In Educational Testing Service, Proceedings of the 1953 Invitational Conference on Testing (pp. 54-75). Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1955). On the study of types. In S. B. Sells, Symposium on pattern analysis (pp. 1-41). Randolph Field, TX: USAF School of Aviation Medicine, 195.

Tiedeman, D. V., & O'Hara, R. P. (1957). Preparedness and the freedom to choose one's occupation. In F. C. Gruber (Ed.), The good education of youth (pp. 229-248). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1959). The purpose of a general guidance program. In C. J. Davis (Ed.), Guidance programs for blind children: A report of a conference (pp. 2-12). Watertown, MA: Perkins School for the Blind.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1960). Experimental method. In C. Harris (Ed.), Encyclopedia of educational research (pp. 486-490). New York: Macmillan.

Tatsuoka, M. M., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). Statistics as an aspect of scientific method in research on teaching. In N. L. Gage (Ed.), Handbook of research on teaching (pp. 142-170). Chicago: Rand McNally.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1963). The construct of cognitive dissonance. (Comment on J. Kagan's paper, The choice of models: Conflict and continuity in human behavior.) In E. Lloyd-Jones & E. M. Westervelt (Eds.), Behavioral science and guidance (pp. 85-92). New York: Teachers College, Columbia University.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1964). Purposing through education: The further delineation of goal and program for guidance. In E. Landy & P. A. Perry (Eds.), Guidance in American education: Backgrounds and prospects (pp. 162-172). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Commitment and tentativeness during career development in the lower level of higher education. In M. R. Raines (Ed.), Junior college student personnel programs: Appraisal and development (p. 32). East Lansing, MI: The Editor, Michigan State University. Part II, Study 3.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). Occupational guidance. In H. R. Ziel (Ed.), Education and productive society (pp. 124-166). Toronto: W. J. Gage.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1965). The cultivation of career in vocational development through guidance-in-education. In E. Landy & A. Kroll (Eds.), Guidance in American education: II. Current issues and suggested action (pp. 280-300). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Field, F. L. (1965). From a technology of guidance in schools to the profession of guidance-in-society: A challenge to democratic government. In J. F. McGowan (Ed.), Counselor development in American society (pp. 249-275). Columbia, MO: The Editor, University of Missouri.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Field, F. L. (1965). Guidance: The science of purposeful action applied through education. In R. L. Mosher, R. F. Carle, & C. D. Kehas (Eds.), Guidance: An examination (pp. 192-213). New York: Harcourt, Brace, and World.

Sprinthall, N. A., & Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Guidance and the pupil. In J. L. Goodlad (Ed.), The changing American schools: Part II (pp. 59-83). Chicago: The National Society for the Study of Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). A geometric model for the profile problem. In A. Anastasi (Ed.), Testing problems in perspective (pp. 331-354). Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1966). Career pattern studies: New directions. In E. Landy & A. Kroll (Eds.), Guidance in American education: III. Needs and influencing forces (pp. 116-128). Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Morley, E. (1966). Guidance and vocational competence: A theory for ideal practice. In R. E. Campbell (Ed.), Guidance for vocational education: Guidelines for research and practice (pp. 91-96). Columbus: Center for Vocational and Technical Education, The Ohio State University.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1967). A summary of the discussions at the Invitational Conference, preparing school counselors in education guidance. College Entrance Examination Board (pp. 131-142). Papers presented at an Invitational Conference on the Preparation of School Counselors, February, 1966, Chicago, Illinois. New York: The Board.

Tiedeman, D. V., & Dudley, G. A. (1966). Recent developments and current prospects in occupational fact mediation. In R. A. Myers (Ed.), Guidance in vocational education: Guidelines for research and practice (pp. 91-96). Columbus: Center for Vocational and Technical Education, The Ohio State University.

Tiedeman, D. V. (1968). Career, decision-making, and information generation: A tale of vocational education and feed forward. In V. H. Robertson (Ed.), Career counseling briefs for school administrators: American Vocational Association Trade and Industrial Division Yearbook. Washington, DC: American Vocational Association.

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