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Manufacturing and Construction Management Department

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Paul Resetarits

Faculty Information
Location(s) Nicolaus Copernicus 2121000
Departments(s) Manufacturing & Construction Management
Title(s) Professor
Contact Information
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School Phone
860-832-1834
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Courses and Office Hours

Education and Experience:

College and University Education

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CTJanuary 1989 Ph.D. Technical and Industrial Education, Research in Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD)

The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CTJanuary 1989 Diploma in Professional Education

Ball State University, Muncie, INMay 1983 MA, Industrial Education

State University College of NY at BuffaloDecember 1979 BS in Education, Industrial Arts Education

Honors and Awards:

Fall 2002 Outstanding Professor of Industrial Technology, National Association of Industrial Technology

Academic Employment

July 1984 to PresentCentral Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut, School of Technology, Department of Industrial Technology
1995 to PresentTenured Full Professor

Courses Taught Recently

  • IT 190 Quality Assurance
  • IT 401 Industrial Internship
  • IT 402 Sicily in a Globalized World
  • IT 496 Lean Manufacturing
  • IT 500 Industrial Applications of Computers
  • IT 561 Applications of Lean Principles
  • IT 564 Quality Management Systems
  • IT 595 Applied Research

Administrative Assignments

Fall 2004 to PresentFaculty Athletics Representative Direct report to the CCSU President. CCSU representative to the NCAA and Northeast Conference. Responsible for ensuring the academic integrity of the intercollegiate athletics programs.

Spring 2003Acting Associate Dean of the School of Technology. Responsible for class schedules, faculty load, community outreach programs, student discipline, working with department chairs and faculty on various day to day activities across the CCSU campus.

2001 to 2007Chairperson of the Department of Manufacturing and Construction Management. Responsible for all administrative duties (accreditation, budgeting, scheduling, recruitment, advising, curriculum)for a department consisting of 10 Full-time and 16 Part-time faculty members.

1998 to 2001Chairperson of the Industrial Technology Department. Responsible for all administrative duties (accreditation, budgeting, scheduling, recruitment, advising, curriculum)for a department consisting of 16 Full-time and 22 Part-time faculty members.

Accreditation

Spring 2007Co-Authored NAIT re-accreditation self-study for CCSU Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology program. Full six year re-accreditation want awarded.

Spring 2004Chair National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) accreditation visit to University of Louisiana Lafayette in Lafayette, Louisiana

Fall 2003Co-Authored ACCE self-study for CCSU Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program. Initial Accreditation was granted from the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

Spring 2003Team Member National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) accreditation visit to Norfolk State University in Norfolk, VA Accreditation (continued).

Spring 2002Team Member for National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT) accreditation visit to University of Louisiana Lafayette in Lafayette, Louisiana

Spring 2001Co-Authored NAIT self-study for CCSU Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology programs. Continuing Accreditation was granted from the National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT).

Scholarly Activity

Publications

2004 Research Reports for The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development (DECD) and The Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC).

  • Analysis of the Effectiveness of the Progressive Manufacturing Program
  • Global Best Practices Study of Existing Manufacturing Centers
  • A Review of Manufacturing Assistance Centers in Connecticut
  • A Concept Proposal for the Development of a Manufacturing Technology Center

Text Books

  • Fall 1994 AutoCAD Drafting Teaches drafting using AutoCAD Release 12 Glencoe Division, Macmillan/McGraw-Hill, Peoria, Illinois
  • Fall 1993 Using CADKEY 4th Edition currently in bookstores worldwide based on CADKEY versions 5 and 6 Delmar Publishers, Albany, NY.
  • Fall 1991 Using CADKEY 3nd Edition currently in bookstores based on CADKEY version 4 Delmar Publishers, Albany, NY.
  • Fall 1991 Using CADKEY Light New book based on CADKEY Light software. Delmar Publishers, Albany, NY.
  • Spring 1990 Using CADKEY 2nd Edition currently in the bookstores. This is a major revision which was necessary because of the advancements in the areas of microcomputers and CAD. Delmar Publishers, Albany, NY.
  • April 1987 The title is USING CADKEY published by Delmar Publishers Inc. of Albany, NY. Co-author of a book with Gary R. Bertoline of Purdue University on Computer Aided Design and Drafting. Four printings with over 15,000 copies sold. Being used by the US Military, Boeing Aircraft and educational institutions ranging from Universities to High School.

Conference Papers and Presentations

October 2007"A Lean Manufacturing Course Curriculum Integrating the Time Wise Lean Manufacturing Simulation" "A Model of Successful Graduate Level Certificate Programs" "Management Core Research Forum" presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology 40th Annual Convention Panama City, FL

October 2006"Is There a Core Curriculum in Industrial Technology" "Factory Floor Modeling and Simulation" presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology 39th Annual Convention Cleveland, OH

November 2005"A Model for a Successful Masters Degree in Technology Management" "Development of a Progressive Manufacturing Support Center for Connecticut’s Manufacturing Base" presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology 38th Annual Convention St. Louis, MO

October 2002"Administrative skills for managing Industrial Technology Programs" presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology 35th Annual Convention Panama City, FL

October 2001"Online Learning in Graduate and Undergraduate Industrial Technology Programs" presented at the National Association of Industrial Technology 34th Annual Convention Dearborn Michigan

Professional Organizations

  • American Society for Quality (ASQ)
  • American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE)
  • National Association of Industrial Technology (NAIT)
    1990 to 1991 President of the Student Division and Vice Chairman of the Board for NAIT. NAIT is a National Accrediting body which reports directly to the US Department of Education. Also served on the Executive Board 1991-1992 as Past President/
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Epsilon Pi Tau

Grants and Awards

May 2005 Grant for Modeling and Simulation Applications for DoD Supply Chain from the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) Awarded $424,000 for two years resulting in new fully equipped lab.

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