Jay S. Stowsky firstname.lastname@example.org PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Senior Assistant Dean for Instruction, Haas School of Business University of California, Berkeley (January 2008 – present)
Key member of the Dean’s senior management team, responsible for leading the instructional programs of the School, including six degree programs (undergraduate, MBA, part-time MBA, executive MBA, financial engineering, and PhD), overseeing admissions, curricular innovation and curricular planning for all programs, hiring all professional faculty (adjunct faculty and lecturers), overseeing academic advising, student services and faculty teaching evaluations; facilitating collaboration and adjudicating disputes among faculty, students and staff; in charge of the financial and strategic management of the
instructional budget and oversight of all degree program budgets, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the School’s digital learning initiatives, and three financially self-supporting centers:
• Center for Non-Profit and Public Leadership (CNPL). Review and oversee courses on non-profit boards and governance, financial and strategic management of non-profits, impact investing, social entrepreneurship, and non-profit management consulting; and the Berkeley Board Fellows program and Global Social Venture Competition
• Center for Responsible Business (CRB). Review and oversee courses on social investing, sustainability, corporate governance, strategic CSR consulting; and the Haas Socially Responsible Investment Fund and the Sustainable Products and Solutions Program • Center for Young Entrepreneurs at Haas (YEAH). Member of the Advisory Board.
Oversee college preparatory program for under-resourced youth in Bay Area middle and high schools, review and oversee courses on financial literacy; oversee the Berkeley Business Academy for Youth (B-BAY) an earned-income source for YEAH and the Haas office for pre-college programs
Assistant Vice Provost for Academic Planning
University of California, Berkeley (January 2006 – January 2008)
In charge of organizing academic program reviews of all of UC Berkeley’s academic departments and professional schools, which involved managing processes of strategy development, faculty/staff cooperation, and organizational and culture change, putting together expert visiting committees, aligning goals between the campus administration and the Academic Senate, writing the final reports to Deans and department chairs, and ensuring departmental follow-up of review recommendations; also conducted campus-wide Review of UC Berkeley Information Technology Governance, Funding, and Structure for the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost (January 2005 – January 2006)
Lecturer in Public Policy and Executive Director of the UC Berkeley Project on Information Technology and Homeland Security, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley (July 2003 – December 2004)
Taught the School’s core course on public agency management; also taught a popular elective on Science, Technology and Public Policy.
University of California, Berkeley (July 1998 – July 2003)
Key member of the Dean’s senior management team, led the restructuring of MBA admissions, MBA career services, computing and classroom media services, marketing and media relations, and non-degree executive education; recruited new leadership for and oversaw these units plus budgeting and operations, human resources, business services and facilities; spearheaded several other administrative and operational initiatives on behalf of the Dean, served as the primary liaison between the Dean’s office and the self-supporting centers and institutes affiliated with the School, represented the Dean on multiple campus committees.
Director of Research Policy, University of California, Office of the President, Oakland, CA (July 1995 – July 1998)
Oversaw the development, revision, and implementation of system-wide policies concerning university-industry research partnerships and conflict of interest management; ensured compliance with federal policies such as the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA); authored reports and speeches for President Atkinson on the economic impacts of University research. Senior Economist for Science and Technology, White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA), Executive Office of the President, Washington, D.C. (September 1993 – July 1995)
Performed economic analyses and wrote reports for President Clinton, the chair and members of the CEA and other senior White House staff, particularly concerning science and technology policy, defense conversion, and commercialization of the Internet.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, University of California, Berkeley (December 1990 – September 1993)
Conducted studies of post-Cold War defense conversion of nuclear weapons laboratories at Los Alamos, New Mexico and Livermore, California
Ph.D (City and Regional Planning). University of California, Berkeley, 1990.
Master of Public Policy (MPP). Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, 1984.
B.A. (Political Economy of Industrial Societies), University of California, Berkeley; awarded with highest honors, 1982.
Family Builders (foster-adoption program)
Our Family Coalition (LGBT family and parenting support) Berkeley-East Bay Humane Society
National AIDS Marathon Training Program
California Alumni Association (Lair of the Golden Bear family camp) Phi Beta Kappa
AT UC BERKELEY Agency Management, Goldman School of Public Policy, MPP core course (Fall 2004)
Science and Public Policy, Goldman School of Public Policy (Spring 2004 and Spring 2005)
Governance of the E-Conomy (Information Technology Policy), Department of Political Science (Spring 2004)
International Trade and Competition in High Tech Industries, Haas School of Business and College of Engineering (Management of Technology Program) (Fall 2000)
History of Planning and the Market in the United States, Department of City and Regional Planning (Spring 1991)
SERVICE TO Working Group on Research Compliance ACADEMIC AND USA PATRIOT Act Steering Committee GOVERNMENT University of California, Berkeley ORGANIZATIONS February 2003 – May 2003
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research, University-Industry Relations Search Committee
September 2002 – January 2003
Richmond Field Station Study Committee February 2002 – November 2002
Task Force on Campus/Industry Research Relations
University of California, Berkeley February 2001 – November 2001 NASA/Ames Task Force, University of California, Berkeley
March – November 2001.
Dean Search Committee, Boalt School of Law
University of California, Berkeley October 1999 – February 2000.
Member, Council of Foreign Relations Study Group on the Changing Defense Industrial Base, 1995-1998.
Chair, Advisory Group on Conflicts of Interest and Commitment, UC President's Retreat on University Relations with Industry in Research and Technology Transfer," University of California at Los Angeles, January 30-31, 1997. Adviser on Defense Conversion Issues, Los
Alamos National Laboratory 1991-1993
Adviser on Defense Conversion Issues, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, 1991-1993.
Consultant, Ministry of Culture, Government of Spain, April 1987.
HONORS Continuing exceptional Principal Investigator status, University of California, Berkeley, granted March 1, 2002
Select participant, University of California Management Institute (UCMI), Summer 1997.
Ploughshares Fund Study Grant, 1993. University of California, Berkeley Phi Beta Kappa, 1982.
University of California, Berkeley, Certificate of Distinction (nominated for the University Medal as one of the ten top graduating seniors of the Class of 1982). PUBLISHED “War Makes the State, But Not as it Pleases: Homeland Security and
PAPERS American Anti-Statism,” with Matthew Kroenig, Security Studies (August, 2006).
“Secrets to Shield or Share? New Dilemmas for Military R&D Policy in the Digital Age”; Research Policy 33 (2004) pp. 257-269.
"The Dual-Use Dilemma" Issues in Science and Technology (Winter 1996-97, Vol. XIII, No. 2) pp. 56-64.
"America's Technical Fix: The Pentagon's Dual Use Strategy, TRP, and the Political Economy of U.S. Technology Policy in the Clinton Era," A BRIE Research Paper, Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy, University of California at Berkeley (June 1996).
"The Economics of Technology and Trade," Business America (August 1994) pp. 6-7.
"Conversion to Competitiveness: Making the Most of the National Labs," with Burgess Laird, The American Prospect (Fall 1992).
"Regional Histories and the Cycle of Industrial Innovation: A Review of Some Recent Literature," Berkeley Planning Journal (Summer 1989).
"The Empire's New Clothes?: SDI and the Direction of Economic and Technological Development," in Manuel Castells, et. al., "The State and
Technological Development" (Berkeley: BRIE Working Paper #37, June 1988). "The Weakest Link: Semiconductor Production Equipment, Linkages, and the Limits to International Trade" (Berkeley: BRIE Working Paper #27, August 1987).
"Competing with the Pentagon: The Future of High-Tech R&D," World Policy Journal, Volume III, Number 4, Fall 1986, pp. 697-721.
"Beating Our Plowshares into Double-Edged Swords: The Impact of Pentagon Policies on the Commercialization of Advanced Technologies" (Berkeley: BRIE Working Paper #17, April 1986).
BOOK CHAPTERS “Harnessing a Trojan Horse: Aligning Security Investments with Commercial Trajectories in Cargo Container Shipping,” Public Policy Institute of California, under review, July 2005
"The History and Politics of the Pentagon's Dual-Use Technology Policy," in Ann Markusen and Sean Costigan, eds., Arming the Future: A Defense Industry for the 21st Century (New York: Council on Foreign Relations, 1999)
"Technology Policy and Economic Growth," with Michael Borrus, in Lewis Branscomb, ed., Investing in Innovation (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1998)
"Science and Technology" and "Procurement Reform" in Economic Report of the President 1994 (Government Printing Office, 1995)
"Promoting Technology," in Economic Report of the President 1993 (Government Printing Office, 1994).
Wayne Sandholtz, Michael Borrus, John Zysman, Ken Conca, Jay Stowsky, Steve Vogel, and Steve Weber, The Highest Stakes: The Economic Foundations of the Next Security System (Cambridge: Oxford University Press, 1992). "Weak Links, Strong Bonds: U.S.-Japanese Competition in Semiconductor Production Equipment," in Chalmers Johnson, Laura D'Andrea Tyson, and John Zysman, eds., Politics and Productivity: How Japan's Development Strategy Works (Cambridge, MA.: Ballinger, 1989).
"The Domestic Employment Effects of International Trade in
Telecommunications Equipment," in Laura D'Andrea Tyson, William Dickens, and John Zysman, eds., The Dynamics of Trade and Employment (Cambridge, MA.: Ballinger, 1988).
CONFERENCES “Managing the Unbounded Risk: Information Technology and Security” University of California, Berkeley, September 18-19, 2003; conference chair “Innovation, Regulation, and the Changing Terms of Competition in Wireless Telecommunications,” an ETLA-BRIE Collaborative Research Meeting, University of California, Berkeley, December 10, 2001. Co-Chair.
“E-Commerce and the Changing Terms of Competition: A View from within the Sectors,” The BRIE-IGCC E-Conomy Project, University of California,
Berkeley, April 28-29, 2000
"UC President's Retreat on University Relations with Industry in Research and Technology Transfer," University of California at Los Angeles, January 30-31, 1997. Member, conference planning committee, and Chair, advisory group on Conflicts of Interest and Commitment.
"California Coalition for Science and Technology Summit," Sacramento, CA., May 1996. Member, conference planning committee.
"The Role of Regions in Technological Development and Diffusion," presented at the Workshop on Regional Technology Alliances in the Technology
Reinvestment Project, RAND/Critical Technologies Institute, Washington, D.C., June 30, 1994.
National Academy of Sciences, Science, Technology and Economic Policy Board, policy briefing on the Federal Investment in R&D and Technology: Key Issues and Future Challenges, Washington, D.C., February 28, 1994.
White House Technology Summit, co-chaired by the Berkeley Roundtable on the International Economy and the U.S. Department of Commerce, San Francisco, California, November 4-5, 1993.
"The Defense Department's New Dual Use Strategy: The Effect of Underlying Trends in Technology and Trade," presented at the National Conference on Technology Conversion, hosted by the National Commission on Economic Conversion and Disarmament, Washington, D.C. October 7-8, 1993.
"Economic Security and the New Mission of the DOE Weapons Labs," presented at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California, 1993.