Education: • B.S. Physics (1981), Abilene Christian University • Ph.D. High Energy Physics (1986), Iowa State University Academic and Research Experience: • Professor, Abilene Christian Univ., 1999–present (Chairman 1999–2005). • Co-PI on DOE funded research grants at ACU 1988-present. • NSF MRI forward trigger upgrade for the PHENIX experiment at RHIC. • Research Scientist, Innovation Partners 2006-2007. • Visiting scientist, Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1998. • Associate Professor, Abilene Christian Univ., 1993–1999. • NSF/NATO Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1990–91 (CERN, LEP DELPHI experiment) • Associated Western Universities summer research appointment, 1987 (8 weeks at LANL). • Visiting Scientist, Ames Laboratory-Iowa State University, 1987 (6 weeks). • Assistant Professor, Abilene Christian Univ., 1986–1993. • Society of Physics Students Chapter Advisor, Abilene Christian University, 1987–2005 Honors and Affiliations • Member, American Physical Society. • Member, American Association of Physics Teachers. • Member, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. • Career Achievement Award, Abilene Christian Univ. College of Arts and Sciences, 2006. • Outstanding Professor Award, Abilene Christian Univ., 1993. • Research Excellence Award for outstanding dissertation in physics, Iowa State Univ., 1986. • Fred J. Barton Award for outstanding physics graduate, Abilene Christian University, 1981. Research Collaborations • SeaQuest (Fermilab E906): Emphasis is to understand the structure of the proton, including the antiquark content, antishadowing and energy loss. • PHENIX at BNL RHIC facility. • Neutron Induced Fission Fragmentation TPC Experiment at Los Alamos LANSCE facility: Goal is to measure neutron induced fission cross sections on U235 and Pu239 using a Time Projection Chamber for aiding in design of Generation IV fission reactors. • Small Business Innovative Research PI for award Improved Approach for Utilization of FPGA Technology into DAQ, DSP, and Computing Applications. • Crystal Ball collaboration at BNL AGS: Emphasis on understanding the basic structure of the proton and baryon spectroscopy. • Fermilab E866/NuSea (acting spokesperson May-July 1997): Measurements made were precursors and motivations for planned measurements for SeaQuest. • Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Gatchina, Russia: Structure of the proton. • Fermilab E789: Emphasis on D and B meson physics. • CERN DELPHI experiment at LEP (Forward RIng Imaging Cherenkov detector). • Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility: Various experiment, most were to study excited states of the nucleon. • CERN Intersection Storage Rings (ISR Split Field Magnet Collaboration): Search for Glueballs in double pomeron exchange. • Undergraduate research involved various tasks in implementing microprocessor control of electronics and measurement equipment in a surface physics laboratory at ACU.