PAUL J. CHEBATOR, Ph.D.
885 Centre Street, Newton, MA 02459

(617) 552-2739 (h) (617) 552-8574 (w)

e-mail: chebator@bc.edu

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D. Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
Administrative Leadership in Higher Education

M.Ed. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Educational Administration

B.A. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Sociology


SKILLS SUMMARY
§ Management and Organization: supervision, program development, strategic planning, goal setting
§ Training and Development: needs analysis, program planning, leadership training, mentoring
§ Financial Management: budget management and oversight, analysis, planning, forecasting and reports
§ Plant Management: Experience in building trades, physical plant maintenance, repair, and renovation
§ Community Relations: Public speaking and presentation skills, writing skills, interpersonal skills
§ Crisis Management: crisis response and coordination, decision making, and resource allocation
§ Research and Assessment: program evaluation and assessment, survey research, qualitative research
§ Human Relations: leadership abilities, supervisory abilities, counseling/advising/mentoring, collaboration
§ Technological: IBM and Macintosh proficiency, database, spreadsheet, networking, web browsers, etc.

HIGHER EDUCATION EXPERIENCE

BOSTON COLLEGE, Chestnut Hill, MA
Associate Dean 1987-present
Office of the Dean for Student Development

Principle responsibilities include: program development, strategic planning, fiscal management, staff development, crisis response and coordination, advising, community standards/judicial affairs, and evaluation, research, and assessment. Assist the dean in goal setting, fiscal planning and overall operation of a comprehensive student development office servicing 14,000 undergraduate and graduate students; coordinate budgets (totaling in excess of $2,000,000) and personnel for office of twelve professional and five support staff

§ Provide leadership to a professional staff in the areas of judicial affairs, programming,
community relations, alcohol, drug and wellness education, and leadership education
§ Coordinate the Emerging Leader Program, a year-long leadership program for first year students
§ Coordinate the University judicial system; supervise and train all judicial hearing board members
§ Conduct research and assessment activities in the area of student life
§ Develop policies and procedures relating to community standards and co-curricular programming
§ Manage information technology for the department
§ Co-facilitate Nicaragua Immersion Program; accompany students to Nicaragua
§ Reside on campus, oversee 24 hour administrator-on-call program
§ Design and oversee the publication of documents including the Boston College Student Guide
§ Chair and/or participate in a number of University-wide committees and task forces including the:
Student Center Planning Committee, Personal Formation Council, Project Delta Student Life Committee
(re-engineering initiative), Athletics Advisory Board, Critical Incident Steering Committee, et al.
§ Departmental liaison with Counseling Services, Health Services, Police, Residence Life, Buildings and Grounds
§ Coordinate the Sexual Assault Network which provides services to survivors of sexual assaults
§ Represent the department in the absence of the dean

Assistant Dean 1980-1987
Dean of Students Office

§ Oversaw and managed Murray House, one of Boston College's student centers
§ Oversaw the University Judicial System, community, court and police relations
§ Designed and implemented alcohol and other drug education programs
§ Advised the Undergraduate Government and the Senior Week Committee

Clinical Instructor 1983-present
Schools of Education and Social Work

§ Supervise graduate students in field work internships and assistantships

Adjunct Instructor 1974
School of Education

§ Taught Social Studies Methods course

BUNKER HILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Charlestown, MA

Director 1976-1978
Office of Student Activities and Athletics

Overall responsibility for the administration of the college's athletic, cultural, social and
recreational programs, supervising professional and support staff and athletic coaches

§ Coordinated all student-sponsored programming on and off campus; advised student government
§ Coordinated new student orientation
§ Managed the student activities budget
§ Prepared and edited the annual student handbook
§ Developed and implemented leadership development workshops
§ Coordinated the college's adherence with NJCAA athletic regulations

Adjunct Faculty Member 1976-1978

§ Taught Introduction to Sociology, Criminology, and Social Deviance


RECENT PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Ø Counter-Cultural Mandate: Personal International Conference on the First Year Experience, Dublin, Ireland
Formation in a Time of Ethical Vacuum
Ø The Do's and Don'ts of Study Abroad Boston College Office of International Student Programs Orientation
Ø Ethical Dilemmas and Political Realities ACPA National Conference, San Francisco, CA
Ø Student Affairs Assessment - 3 Examples Boston College Student Affairs Retreat
Ø Creating Change on Campus: JASPA Alcohol Consortium, Denver, CO
A University Wide Strategy
Ø Technology and Student Affairs NASPA Region 1 Conference, Portsmouth, NH
Ø Establishing a Comprehensive NASPA National Conference, New Orleans, LA
Harassment Policy
Ø Sexual Assault Network: National Association of Women in Catholic Higher
A 7 X 24 Response Education National Conference, Boston, MA

DISSERTATION TOPIC
Involvement and Student Outcomes: The Student Development Effects of Co-Curricular Programs
An Analysis of the Impact of Leadership Development Programs, Service-Learning and Intercollegiate
Athletics on First Year Students