Dr. Jon Boulet Vitae

CURRICULUM VITA

 

JON M. BOULET, PH.D.

Office Phone:            (864) 977-7260                                   E-mail:  jboulet@ifriendly.com

Current Profession:  Associate Professor of Economics, Program Coordinator of Economics, North Greenville University, Tigerville, South Carolina

EDUCATION

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts

Degree:  Ph.D. in Economics, December 1999

Dissertation topic:  The Austro-Hungarian Empire as an Optimal Currency Area

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts

Degree:  Master’s of Economics, June 1990

Fields of Study:  Economic History, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, International Trade and Finance, Development, Monetary Economics, Econometrics

Bryant College, Smithfield, Rhode Island

Degree:  Bachelor of Science/Business Administration, May 1987

Major:  Economics

Promotion Lists

1. Courses Taught NGU 2002-Present

     Economics 2310 Principles of Macroeconomics

     Economics 2320 Principles of Microeconomics

     Economics 3310 Managerial Economics

     Economics 3320 Money and Banking

     Economics 3330 Comparative Economic Systems

     Economics 3335 Labor Economics

     Economics 4310 History of Economic Thought

     Economics 4315 Econometrics

     Economics 4330 Government Regulations in Business

     Economics 4350 Directed Internship in Economics

     Sports Management 2820 Economics of Sports

     MBA Courses Taught

     Business 5310 Economics

     Business 5350 Research Methods

2.  Professional Workshops Attended

     ISI Conference F.A. Hayek and the Road to Serfdom, 2005

3. Professional Organizations

    AEA, American Economics Association

    ISI, Intercollegiate Studies Institute

4, Christian Professional Association

    Christian Executive Organization

5. Papers and Scholarly Activities

    In the Name of Peace (on web)

    Jutland Black Day for the Royal Navy

    No Quarter

    A History of North America since the War of Confederate Independence

6. Community and Public Service

   Volunteer work on pro-Christian senate campaign

   Volunteer coach for Homeschool Football League

   Aide to wife homeschooling children

7. Honors and Public Recognition

    Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers , 2004-2005

     Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers,  2005-2006

8. Committee Assignments

    Faculty Status and Welfare Committee Co-Chair, 2002-2005

    Education Committee Fall 2005-

    Faculty Advisor for Business Club, Fall 2003-

    M.B.A. Review Committee 2003-2004

    Academic Affairs Committee 2008-present

    Honors Committee 2007-2008

9.  College Activities

     Coordinating activities for Naval Audit Service

     Advisor for the North Greenville Business Club

     Semester dinners for majors and minors in economics

   

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

North Greenville University, Tigerville, South Carolian

Associate Professor of Economics and Program Coordinator of Economics

May 2002-Present

1.  Teaches a full course load which includes MBA course

2.  Creates and schedules all economic courses incorporating a Christian world view

3.  Academic advisor to approximately 43 students

4.  Tutors and counsels students during office hours

5.  Devotes time towards understanding students goals and any difficulties they have

6.  Invites economic majors and minors to home to meet family

7.  Reads extensive books and articles about economics, social economic history and

     Christian issues and incorporates knowledge into classroom

8.  Attends Encounter Days introducing students and parents to the field of Economics

9.  Attends various school events with family such as football and soccer games,

     Homecoming events, piano concerts and student run “trick or treat”

10. Encourages interested students to pursue economics as a major or minor

Committee Assignment

1.  Academic Affairs Committee, Fall 2008-present

2,  Honors Committee, 2007-2008

3.  Education Committee 2005-2006

4.  Faculty Status and Welfare Committee, Co-Chair 2002-2005

5.  Faculty Advisor for Business Club, Fall 2003-present

6.  M.B.A. Review Committee, 2003-2004

Courses Taught 2002-Present

1.  Economics 2310 Principles of Macoeconomics

2.  Economics 2320 Principles of Microeconmics

3.  Economics 3310 Managerial Economics

4.  Economics 3320 Money and Banking

5.  Economics 3330 Comparative Economic Systems

6.  Economics 3335 Labor Economics

7.  Economics 4310 History of Economic Thought

8.  Economics 4315 Econometrics

9.  Economics 4330 Government Regulations in Business

10 Economics 4350 Directed Internship in Economics

11.Sports Management 2820 Economics of Sports

MBA Courses taught

1. .Business 5350 Research Methods

2. .Business 5310 Economics

West Liberty State College, West Liberty, West Virginia

Assistant Professor of Economic

August 2001-May 2002

Full-time Assistant Professor of Economics  Taught courses including Macroeconomics, Statistics, Economics of Sports, Public Finance, and Quantitative Methods.  Academic advisor to students.

Fitchburg State College, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

Assistant Professor of Economics

Fall 1999-May 2001

One year position as Assistant Professor of Economics.  Taught courses including Consumer Finance, Macoreconomics, Changing World and Public Fiance

Academic Advisor to Students

Bryant University, Smithfield, Rhode Island

Instructor of Economics

Fall 1990-May 1991

Taught courses including Introductory Macro and Microeconomics and International Trade & Finance

Bentley College, Waltham, Massachusetts

Instructor of Economics

Fall 1990-May 2001

Taught Principles of Macroeconomics

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts

Instructor of Economics

Summer 1994, Fall 1995, Summer 1996, Summer 1997

Taught Intermediate Microeconomics and International Trade and Finance

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts

Teaching Assistant

Spring 1989 to September 1991

Assisted in teaching Intermediate Microeconomics, Economic Statistics, Labor Economics, and Introductory  Micro and Macroeconomics

Rhode Island Army National Guard

First Lieutenant

April 1986 to December 1993

Lead and directed training of soldiers.  Earned the AUSA Leadership Award for Exemplary performance as a Fire Directions Officer

PUBLICATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS IN PROGRESS

In the Name of Peace, Jon M.Boulet  an alternate history short story concerning Wallace as president of the United States instead of Truman at the end of World War II.  Posted on the internet at www.alternativehistory.com

Jutland:  A Black Day for the Royal Navy, Jon M. Boulet, an alternate history about a German victory at the battle of Jutland in 1916.  Planning to have it published.

No Quarter, Jon M. Boulet, a novel concerning the possible future of the United States, planning to have published.

PROFESSINAL WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

November 5, 2005, Fall Leadership Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Liberty and Order, F.A. Hayes, and the Road to Serfdom.

HONORS AND PUBLIC RECOGNTION

Nominated by two North Greenville University students to the well known publication Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2004-2005.  Students nominate teachers or professors who they feel have made a positive difference in their lives. 

Nominated for a second year to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, 2005-2006

COLLEGE ACTIVITIES

1.  Coordinating activities for Naval Audit Service and maintaining close university ties      to this agency.

2.  Advisor for the North Greenville University Business Club

3.  Semester dinner for majors and minors

4.  Wrote a brief for the university regarding an unwarranted  rate change the water company wished to impose on the university.

COURSE DEVELOPMENT

Helped in the design of Economics of Sports course.

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

1.  Regularly attends Blue Ridge Presbyterian Church

2.  Coach for Homeschool Football League, Spring 2007

3.  Assist wife in homeschooling of our six children, especially in the areas of mathematics, science and history

4.  Volunteer work on pro-Christian senate campaign

5.  Member of Christian Executive Organization, a round table to unite leaders in business, politics and faith