Curriculum Vita
John D. Sullivan
Office Address: Pitzer College
1050 N. Mills
Claremont, CA 91711
Office Telephone: (909) 607-3072
Fax: (909) 621-8481
e-mail: jsulliva@pitzer.edu

PRESENT POSITIONS
    Professor of Political Studies, Pitzer College
     
EDUCATION
    Ph.D., Stanford University, 1969
    M.A., San Francisco State College, 1967
    B.A., San Francisco State College, 1964
     
ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC and PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
    Acting Dean of Faculty, Pitzer College, Spring 1998
    Director of Administrative Computing, Pitzer College, 1989-93
    Professor, Political Studies, Pitzer College, 1982
    Associate Professor, Political Studies, Pitzer College, 1975-82
    Assistant Professor, Program in International Relations, Claremont Graduate School, 1972-75
    Member, World Data Analysis Program, Yale University, 1968-72
    Assistant Professor, Political Science, Yale University, 1968-72
    Teaching Assistant, International Politics, San Francisco State College, 1964-65
    Research Assistant, Ole R. Holsti, Studies in International Conflict and Integration, Stanford University, 1966-67
    Research Assistant, Ralph M. Goldman Institute for Research on International Behavior, San Francisco State College, 1965
   

Teaching Assistant, American Public Policy, Stanford University, Fall, 1965

     
FELLOWSHIPS and AWARDS
    Pitzer College grant to modify Politics of Water to include significant segment dealing with water issues in Ontario, CA and the Inland Empire generally, Spring 2003.
    Irvine Grant to prepare course on public policy analysis, Fall 1995
    Participant, Workshop on Voting, Elections, and Social Choice, Union College, New York, Summer 1988
    Received faculty stipends under the Mellon "Fresh Combinations" program for the following:
a. Summer 1985: participant in faculty seminar on discrete mathematics
b. Summer 1986: wrote a teaching module on a ground water extraction problem (with James Lucke of CMC)
c. Summer 1987: wrote a teaching module on discrete mathematics and the analyses of voting systems (with Barbara Beechler of Pitzer)
d. Summer 1988: participated in Discrete Math Workshop with Claremont mathematicians on applications of the Hewlett-Packard 28S calculator. Developed applications for introductory statistics course.
    Mellon Summer Grant, Course Development, 1980
    National Science Foundation Traineeship, Stanford University, 1967-68
    Stern Foundation Fellowship, Stanford University, Summer 1967
     
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    Associate Dean of Faculty, July 1, 1999-00
    Acting Dean of Faculty and Vice-President for Academic Affairs, January 1, 1999 to June 30, 1999
    Chair, Deans Search Committee, 1997-98
    Chairperson, Pitzer College Faculty Executive Committee, 1995-96
    Member, Pitzer College Faculty Executive Committee, 1994-96
    Director of Administrative Computing, Pitzer College, 1989-93
    Consultant, Doctoral Program in Public Administration, University of LaVerne, ongoing 
    Chairperson, Chicano Student Affairs Center Review Committee, Claremont, 1988-89
    Acting Dean of Students, Pitzer College, January 1-June 30, 1988
    Editor, Pitzer College Cataloque, 1987.
    Student in the UCLA Extension "Alcohol and Drug Counseling Certificated Program", 1986-88 Received certificate, 1988
    Member, Steering Committee for Discrete Mathematics Project, 1985-87
    Chairperson, Ad hoc Subcommittee on Faculty Handbook Revision, Pitzer College, 1986-87
    Chairperson, Pitzer College Faculty Executive Committee, 1986-87
    Member, Pitzer College Faculty Executive Committee, 1985-87
    Book Review Editor, Section on Natural Resources and Environmental Administration, American Society for Public Administration, 1979-80
    Chairperson, Master's of Arts Program in Public Policy Studies, Claremont Graduate School, 1978-79
    Member, Pitzer College Faculty Executive Committee, 1976-78
    Director, Program in Public Policy studies, The Claremont Colleges, 1975-77
    Chairperson, All Claremont Computer Committee, 1973-74; member, 1973-77
    Acting Chairperson, Program in International Relations, Claremont Graduate School, Fall, 1973
    Consultant, Consolidated Analyses Centers, Inc., Arlington, VA., 1970-75
    Consultant, G. E. TEMPO, Santa Barbara, California, 1969-70
    Director of Graduate Studies for International Relations, Yale University, 1969-71
     
POLICY RELATED ACTIVITIES
   

I currently serve as Natural Resources, Chair of the League of Women Voters of the Claremont Area and Natural Resources person on the board of LA County League of Women Voters. As of July 1, 2003, I will serve as natural resources director for the board of the League of Women Voters of California. Since 2001, I have served on State of California, Department of Water Resources California Water Plan Update Advisory Committee.

     
PUBLICATIONS
    John D. Sullivan, "WATER AND SOVEREIGNTY: WALES AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA," CHAPTER 11 in book edited by Professor Tom Ilgen.
    John D. Sullivan, Jack Meek, and James Danziger, 'Public Policy Analysis Model,' Draft, Claremont, CA 2002
    John D. Sullivan, 'Descriptive Statistics', Normal Curve', Sampling', -Statistical Inference' 'Operations Research,' 'Electrical Blackouts' all in Rudi Volti editor, The Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Society, New York: Facts on File, 1999.
    Harry Pachon, Louis DeSipio, and John D. Sullivan, "Americans by Choice: Factors Affecting Latino Immigrants Decisions About US Citizenship," Paper Delivered At The American Political Science Association Meetings, Washington, D. C., August 30, 1991.
    Conseulla Lewis and John D. Sullivan, "The Quest For Diversity: Open Minds, Open Inquiry," Harmony: A Multicultural Publication by Students pf The Claremont Colleges, Vol. 1 Issue 2, October 1990.
    John D. Sullivan, "The Legalization of Drugs," National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Report, Vol. 10, No. 2, Second Quarter, 1990.
    Betsy Emerick and John D. Sullivan, "AIDS and the College Campus: Policy, Civil Liberties, and Educational Strategies," California Sociologist, Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2, Winter/Summer, 1988, pp. 117-134.
    Both in Report of the Secretary's Task Force on Black and Minority Health, Volume V: Homicide, Suicide, and Unintentional Injuries, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, January 1986, pp. 117-144.
    Fred Loya, Philip Garcia, John D. Sullivan, Luis A. Vargas, Nancy Allen, "Changes in the Criminal Homicide Rate of American Indians for the City of Los Angeles, 1970-79, A Research Note"
    Fred Loya, Philip Garcia, John D. Sullivan, Luis A. Vargas, James Mercy, Nancy Allen, "Conditional Risks of Homicide Among Anglo, Hispanic, Black, and Asian Victims in Los Angeles, 1970-1979"
    James Lucke and John D. Sullivan, "Modeling a Commons: A Difference Equation Approach to a Groundwater Aquifer," (Claremont, CA: Draft, 1986).
    Merrill Goodall and John D. Sullivan, "Water System Entities in California: Social and Environmental Effects," Paper delivered at a workshop on water district operations, University of Colorado School of Law, September, 1983, published in James N. Corbridge, Jr., ed., Special Water Districts: Challenqe for the Future, (Boulder, CO: Natural Resources Law Center, University of Colorado School of Law, 1983).
    Merrill Goodall and John D. Sullivan, "Water District Organization: Political Decision Systems," in Ernest A. Engelbert, ed., California Water Planninq and Policy: Selected Issues, (Davis, CA: University of California, Water Resources Center, 1979), pp. 207-228.
    Merrill Goodall, John D. Sullivan, and Timothy De Young, California Water: A New Political Economy, (New Jersey: Allenheld and Osmun), March, 1978. (Selected as a Landmark Book.)
    John D. Sullivan and Merrill Goodall, "Water and Land in California: A New Political Economy," Paper delivered at the American Society for Public Adm,nistration Meetings, Atlanta, March 30-April 2, 1976.
    John D. Sullivan with Merrill Goodall and Tim De Young, Testimony delivered before the Joint Hearings of the Select Committee on Small Business and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Fresno, California, February 16 and 17, 1976. Printed in "Will the Family Farm Survive in America?" U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1976, pp. 8499, and pp. 99-101.
    John D. Sullivan, "Kelp-bed Farming: Some International Political Issues," talk delivered at Western Political Science Association Panel, The International Politics of Ocean Management, San Francisco, April 1, 1976.
    John D. Sullivan, "Collective Goods and Transnational Relations," Paper delivered at the International Studies Association-West Meeting, San Francisco, March 18-20, 1976.
    Jennifer Gaely and John D. Sullivan, "Assessing the Quality of College Medical Care: Student Perspectives at the Claremont Colleges," Program in Public Policy Studies, The Claremont Colleges, Mimeo, 1976.
    "Resource Issues in the Comparative Analysis of Foreign Policy," in James Rosenau, ed., In Search of Global Patterns, (New York: The Free Press, 1977).
    John D. Sullivan, Joan Hartmann, Bryan Anderson, and J. Thomas Dineley, "Identifying Alternative International Systems: Modifications of Forrester's World Dynamics Model," Paper delivered at the International Studies Association-West Annual Meetings, San Francisco, March 22-24, 1073. Published in World Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, Summer, 1974.
    "Cooperation in International Politics: Quantitative Perspectives on Formal Alliances," in Michael Haas, ed., Behavioral International Relations, San Francisco Chandler Publishing Co., 1973.
    With Ole R. Holsti and P. Terry Hopmann, Unity and Disintegration in International Alliances: Comparative Studies (New York: Wiley-Interscience, 1973).
    John Dow, Charles Taylor, Bruce Russett, and John D. Sullivan, "Computer Routines for Arraying Aggregate Data," International Studies Quarterly, September 1972.
    Contributed sections to Charles L. Taylor and Michael Hudson, eds., World Handbook of Social and Political Indicators, 2nd edition (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1972.
    "Cooperating to Conflict: Sources of Informal Alignments," in Bruce M. Russett, ed., Peace, War, and Numbers, (Los Angeles, Sage Publications, 1972).
    With Janice Fain, "A Conflict-Cooperation Model," Paper delivered at the International Studies Association Meetings, San Juan, Puerto Rico, March 17-20, 1971.
    Bruce M. Russett and John D. Sullivan, "Collective Goods and International Organizations," International Organization Fall, 1971.
    "The Dimensions of United states Alignments in the Third World," Paper delivered at the International Studies Association Meetings, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, April 2-4, 1970.
    "The Location of Social Science Research for the Foreignpolicy Decision-maker," Paper delivered at the Conference on Social Research and Foreign Affairs. Airlie House, Warrenton, Virginia, October 16-18, 1970.
    Ole Holsti and John D. Sullivan, "National-International Linkages: France and China as Nonconforming Alliance Members," in James N. Rosenau, ed., Linkage Politics: Essays on the Convergence of National and International Systems (New York: The Free Press, 1969).
    International Consequences of Domestic Violence: CrossNational Assessment," Paper delivered at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, New York, September 4, 1969.
    "NATO: The Problems of an Alliance," Yale Alumni Maqazine (October 1968).