Frederick Brodzinski

Adjunct Full Professor

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Public Service Management Program


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Frederick Brodzinski


Dr. Frederick R. Brodzinski has 40 years of successful administrative and managerial experience directing large organizations with significant budgets and complex structures and multiple funding sources. He has served on both sides of the bargaining table and has a life long history of union activism and membership. An extremely competent leader, Dr. Brodzinski has served as dean, chief student affairs officer, and chief operating officer of a multi million-dollar research institute.  He has taught continuously every semester for the last 22 years.  He has taught on four continents, three Caribbean islands, and led several federal training and education initiatives.  His research topics vary from quality management, personnel budgets, to future studies and forecasting.  His many books, articles and lectures compliment his practical skill as a manger.

He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, A Master of Science degree from Indiana University in Bloomington, a Master of Arts and a Doctorate from Columbia University.  He has served as an Adjunct Professor at John Jay College, Dowling College, Thomas Edison State College, The United States Military Academy, and The City College of New York.   A recipient of numerous awards and honors, he is a member of the Polish Academy of Arts &Science in America.  A certified basketball referee, he trained as an artist and worked as a professional musician for 10 years


A.B., 1970  Saint Joseph's College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Major:

English) Teaching Certificate in SecondaryEducation.


M.S., 1972 Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (Major:

Education-College Student Personnel Administration; Minor:

Organizational Behavior).


M.A., 1978 Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York

(Major:  College and University Administration).


Ed.D., 1991 Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York

(Major:  College and University Administration).


 Attended NASPA/ACE Institute for Chief Student Personnel

Administrators, NACUBO Professional Development

 Programs on Total Quality Management, and Advanced Process

Re-Engineering For Higher Education, Third National Symposium on Quality

in Academe, ASQC Training Workshops, and numerous workshops on Higher

Education Administration.

Duties & Responsibilities

"Public Transit in China."  In Transit, New York Public Transit

Association, July 1998, V, (2), p.14.


"The Art of Delegation." NYPTA News, April 1996, 3 (2), p.11.


"TQM Misunderstood."  NYPTA News, February 1995, 2 (1), p.7.


"Leadership for Quality: Part 2."  Student Leader, November 1992, 2 (8),



"Leadership for Quality: Part 1."  Student Leader, October 1992, 2 (7),



"The Art of Delegation."  Student Leader, May 1992, 2 (4), p.6.



"Establishing Priorities Will Help You Work "Smarter."  Student Leader,

April 1992, 2 (3), p.5.


"How to Organize Your Time."  Student Leader,  November 1991, 1 (4),



The Management Primer II:  A Guide for Professionals.  Alexandria, Va:

American College Personnel Association,  1991.


"How to run Meetings."  Student Leader, August 1991, 1 (1), p.3.


A. Shriberg, F.R. Brodzinski (Eds.). Rethinking Services for College

Athletes.  New Directions for Student Services, No. 28.  San

Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, December 1984.


"The Role of the Chief Student Affairs Officer in Serving Adult

Learners."  NASPA Journal, Spring 1984, 21 (4), p. 48.


A. Shriberg, F.R. Brodzinski (Eds.).  Special Issue on Adult Learners.

NASPA Journal, Spring 1984, 21 (4).


 "Adult Learners - The New Majority"  A Demographic Reality."  In

Providing Student Services for the Adult Learner.  New  Directions for

Student Services, No. 11, edited by Arthur Shriberg.  San  Francisco:

Jossey-Bass, 1980.


"General Manpower Forecasts:  Some Implications for the Employment

Outlook in Student Services."  ERIC Resources in

Education, April 1980, ED178817.


"Old Myths and New Realities"  Restructuring Student Services for Adult

Learners."  ERIC Resources in Education, March               1980,



"The Future of Student Services:  Parameters, Resources, and Consumer

Interests."  ERIC Resources in Education, January   1980,   ED175327.


"The Changing Role of the Chief Student Personnel Administrator."

Journal of College Student Personnel, January 1980, 21 (1),

  p. 3.


"Campus 1999:  A Scenario."  NASPA Journal, Summer, 1979, 17 (1), p. 52.


The Management Primer:  Guidelines for New Professionals.  Washington,

DC: American College Personnel Association, 1979.


"The Next Twenty Years:  A Futuristic Examination of Student Affairs."

ERIC Resources in Education, August 1979,   ED167869.


"A Comparison of the Functional Responsibilities of Chief Student

Personnel Officers in Two- and Four-Year Institutions."   ERIC

Resources in Education, July 1979, ED166577.


"Future Facts:  Trends and Projections on Student Affairs."  ACPA

Developments, June 1979, 6 (3), p. 8.


New Directions for Student Services:  Utilizing Futures Research, No. 6,

San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass, 1979.


"The Future of the Student Affairs Profession."  Education Tomorrow,

April 1978, p. 5.


"Winter Mini-Term Seen Appropriate for Introducing Future Studies."

Education Tomorrow, Spring, 1977, p. 5.


"Quotations of Chairperson Fred."  College Student Personnel Newsletter,

Bowling Green State University, May 1977, p. 3.


"Report of the Task Force on New Professionals."  ERIC Resources in

Education, 27:  March 1977, ED143-947.


"Future Facts."  NASPA Region II Newsletter, Winter, 1976.  Column

continued in next two issues.


"Notes for New Professionals."  ACPA Developments, May 14, 1976, p. 10.

Column continued in next four issues.


"Semester Goals Project."  ERIC Resources in Education, July 1975,







 "Experimentation in Administration:  The Cluster College Concept."

Journal of the Indiana University Student Personnel  Association,

Spring, 1971, p. 1.

Additional Information

Courses Taught 1." Principles of Public Administration 2.  "Personnel and Industrial Psychology", 3. "Organizational Behavior", 4. "Management and Organization Theory", 5. "Strategic Management", 6. "Management Theory", 7. "Professional Leadership Development" 8.  "Labor Relations", 9.  "Organizational Management and Leadership", 10. "Marketing Strategies" 11. "Innovation and Entrepreneurship", 12. "Executive Development" 13. Management Science 14. Introduction to Management 15. Operations Management 16.  Total Quality Management 17. Government and Business 18. Operations Research 19.  Legal Environment of Business 20.  Human Resource Management 21.  Quantitative Methods for Public Sector decision Making 22.  Business Ethics 23. Marketing Management 24.  Organizational Management and Leadership 25.  Business Law 26. Engineering Systems Management 27. Project Management 28. Engineering Law 29. Small Business Management 30. Employment Law 31. Advanced Quality Management Tools

32. Environmental Sustainability in Urban Systems

33. Introduction to Public Policy: Program Development and Evaluation