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    DANIEL S. PAPP, PH.D. CURRICULUM VITA

    Retired President, Kennesaw State University

    Home Address: 1613 Exeter Court, Marietta, GA, 30068 Phone: 770-375-7255

    E-mail: dspapp13@gmail.com Educational Background Ph.D. 1973 University of Miami International Affairs B.A. 1969 Dartmouth College International Affairs Employment History President, Kennesaw State University 2006-2016 Senior Vice Chancellor for Academics and Fiscal Affairs 2000-2006 University System of Georgia Director, Yamacraw Broadband Educational Programs 1999-2000 The Chancellor’s Office University System of Georgia Professor 1998-1999 The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs Georgia Institute of Technology Interim President 1997-1998 Southern Polytechnic State University Faculty Executive Assistant to the President and 1994-1997 Professor of International Affairs Georgia Institute of Technology Professor 1993-1994 School of International Affairs Georgia Institute of Technology Founding Director and Professor 1990-1993 School of International Affairs Georgia Institute of Technology Director and Professor 1983-1990 School of Social Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology Visiting Professor Spring-Summer 1984 Fudan University Shanghai, China Senior Research Associate 1983-1984 Center for Aerospace Doctrine, Research, and Education U.S. Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base Montgomery, Alabama

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    Director and Associate Professor 1980-1983 School of Social Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology Associate Professor 1978-1980 Department of Social Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology Research Professor 1977-1978 Strategic Studies Institute U.S. Army War College Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania Visiting Assistant Professor Spring-Summer, 1977 Western Australia Institute of Technology Perth, Western Australia Assistant Professor 1973-1978 Department of Social Sciences Georgia Institute of Technology Selected Accomplishments as President of Kennesaw State University, 2006-2016

    Directed and led KSU through consolidation with Southern Polytechnic State University, 2013-15 Led KSU’s 2015 re-accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Led development of 2012-17 and 2007-12 Strategic Plans, and 2015-16 Consolidation Strategic Plan Initiated KSU’s first doctoral programs Expanded the number of KSU’s bachelor and master degrees Accelerated KSU’s internationalization, including 2015 opening KSU’s Montepulciano, Tuscany campus Implemented a new university shared governance structure Initiated programs to improve Kennesaw State’s retention, progression, and graduation rates Added nearly $500 million of new facilities, infrastructure, and property to KSU’s inventory Led KSU’s successful transition to NCAA Division I athletics Led KSU through planning for and 2015 initiation of NCAA Division I FCS football Initiated KSU’s first comprehensive capital campaign, a successful $75 million effort Obtained funding to create the Joel Katz Music & Entertainment Business Program; Obtained funding to create the Michael Leven School of Culinary Sustainability & Hospitality Increased KSU’s externally funded research from $3 million to over $10 million Formed a diverse senior KSU leadership team Improved KSU’s financial and budgetary position relative to other University System institutions Initiated purchase and development of 88 acres for KSU’s sports and recreation complex Expanded KSU’s on-line and experiential education efforts Initiated successful efforts with local and state officials to improve congested local traffic situation Created the KSU Community Advisory Board Served on NCAA Presidential Advisory Group and NCAA Board of Governors, and chaired the NCAA

    Board of Governors Finance and Audit Committee. Responsibilities as Senior Vice Chancellor for Academics and Fiscal Affairs, USG, 2000-06 Manage and oversee system-wide academic, faculty, and student affairs and issues Manage and oversee system-wide business and financial activities Manage and oversee system-wide academic and business IT programs and systems Direct system-wide USG strategic planning and analysis

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    Research Fields Impacts of Communication/Information Technologies on International Affairs Forces Behind International System Change Soviet/Russian Foreign and Defense Policy American Foreign and Defense Policy Courses Taught

    At Kennesaw State: Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Policy; Machiavelli; in a Comparative Legal Systems Course, sections on “Soviet Law” and “Islamic Law”; also guest lecturer in courses on Leadership; Soviet/Russian Foreign Policy; and American Foreign Policy

    At Georgia Tech: Introduction to International Relations; International Relations Theory; International

    Strategy and Planning; International Security and Development; Science, Technology, and International Affairs; Comparative Political Philosophies and Ideologies; U.S. Defense Policy; U.S. Military Policy; U.S. Foreign Policy; U.S. Military History; Soviet Defense Policy; Soviet Foreign Policy; Soviet Government; European Security Issues; The Vietnam War; Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Policy; U.S. Government.

    Refereed Articles and Chapters

    "The Role of the Soviet Military during Detente: An Overview,” Georgia Political Science Association Journal, III, 1 (Spring 1975), 67-81.

    “The Soviet Perception of American Goals in Vietnam, 1964-65,” Soviet Union, II, 2 (Fall 1975), 145-161. “Detente and Watergate,” in John Forshee, ed., Readings in American Politics and Government, (University

    Press of America, 1976), 190-218. “Nixon, Brezhnev, Ford, and Watergate: The Effects of a Domestic Crisis on Soviet-American Relations,”

    Georgia Political Science Association Journal, IV, 1 (Spring 1976), 3-20. “Soviet Scarcity: The Response of a Socialist System,” Social Science Quarterly, LVII, 2 (Sept. 1976), 3-20. “National Liberation during Detente: The Soviet Outlook,” International Journal, XXXII, 1, (Winter 1976-77),

    82-99. “Marxism-Leninism and Scarce Resources: The Soviet Outlook,” Resources Policy, III, 3 (Sept. 1977), 195-202. “The Soviet Perception of American Goals in Vietnam, 1966-70,” Soviet Union , 2 (Fall 1977), 150-178. “Angola, National Liberation, and the Soviet Union,” Parameters, VIII, 1 (March 1978), 26-40. “Dependence and Interdependence in the Warsaw Pact,” Parameters, VIII, 2 (June 1978), 57-70. “The Soviet Perception of American Goals in Vietnam, 1971-75,” Soviet Union, V, 1 (Fall 1978), 74-100. “Eritrea and the Soviet-Cuban Connection,” Military Issues Research Memorandum, U.S. Army War College,

    (Jan. 1979). “Soviet Attitudes toward Carter’s 1977 Strategic Weapons Decisions,” Military Issues Research Memorandum,

    U.S. Army War College (July 1978). “The Soviet Perception of American Will,” Military Issues Research Memorandum, U.S. Army War College,

    (Jan. 1979).

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    “The Future of Soviet-Cuban Relations,” Military Issues Research Memorandum, U.S. Army War College, Feb. 1979 (with Dr. Gabriel Marcella), 75%.

    “The Soviet Union and Cuba in Ethiopia,” Current History, LXXVII, 3 (March 1979), 110-115+. “Natural Resources and the Tenth Five Year Plan,” Resources Policy, V, 1 (March 1979), 51-60. “The Evolving Strategic Environment,” Military Issues Research Memorandum, U.S. Army War College, May

    1979 (with Robert Kennedy), 50%. “Toward an Estimate of the Soviet Worldview,” U.S. Naval War College Review (Nov.-Dec. 1979), 60-77. “Soviet Perceptions of the American Political Milieu,” Parameters, X, 2 (June 1980), 69-78. “Strategic Weapons and the Soviet World Outlook,” in David Jones, Soviet Armed Forces Review Annual (Gulf

    Breeze: Academic International, 1980), 217-244. “The Soviet-Cuban Relationship: Symbiotic or Parasitic?,” in Robert Donaldson, The Soviet Union in the Third

    World (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1981), 51-68 (with Gabriel Marcella), 50%. “The Soviet Union and Southern Africa,” in Robert Donaldson, The Soviet Union in the Third World (Boulder,

    CO: Westview, 1981), 35-40. “Soviet Perceptions of the Strategic Balance,” Air University Review (Jan.-Feb., 1981) 2-17. “On the Causes of War,” Wiener Blatter zur Fridensforshung (Vienna, March 1981), 35-40. “Soviet Views of Strategic Nuclear Deterrence in the 1980s,” in M. R. Dando and B. R. Newman, Nuclear

    Deterrence: Implications and Policy Options for the 1980s (Kent, England: Castle House, 1982), 66-79 (also published as “La Conception Sovietica de la Disuasion Nuclear Estrategica,” in Revista de Occidente, Nov. 1987, 39-52.

    “Soviet Non-Fuel Mineral Resources: Surplus or Scarcity?,” Resources Policy, VIII, 3 (Sept. 1982), 115-176. “From the Crest All Directions Are Down: The Soviet Union Views the 1980s,” U.S. Naval War College Review,

    XXXV, 4 (July-August 1982), 50-68. “Communist Military Assistance: An Overview,” in John F. Copper and Daniel S. Papp, Communist Nations’

    Military Assistance (Boulder, CO: Westview, 1983), 13-38. “Soviet Military Assistance to Eastern Europe,” in John F. Copper and Daniel S. Papp, Communist Nations