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Dr. Reginald A. Goodfellow

Professor Emeritus of Human Resources Management

Office Number: TAH-2034
Office Phone: 278-6482

E-mail Address: goodfell@csus.edu

Spring 2005 Office Hours

MW 1:00-2:30 PM

(And by Appointment)

Spring 2005 Classes

OBE 153-03 MW 3:00-4:15 PM LIB-3021

OBE 153-04 M 6:00-8:50 PM LIB-3021

OBE 156-01 MW 4:30-5:45 PM LIB-3021


R.A.H. GOODFELLOW, Ph.D., APD 


 

Reginald Goodfellow was born and raised near London in England . He was educated at Clark's College in England; Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; and at Bowling Green State University in Ohio where he received a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

 

He has had broad experience in line and staff positions in both the private and public sectors. His experience includes:

 

#   A number of years with a major world bank where he was an Inspector, Branch Manager, Business Development Officer, and HR Administrator.

 

#   Internal consultant in a major Midwestern steel company.

 

#   Senior Consulting Industrial Psychologist in EEO, affirmative action, employee selection, and validation issues for a consulting firm.

 

He is currently Professor Emeritus of Human Resources Management in the College of Business Administration at CSU-Sacramento, where he teaches courses in human resources management, compensation and organizational behavior.

 

He is active as a speaker, trainer and consultant in general human resource issues; organizational issues; compensation; selection and appraisal; research methodology; employment discrimination, affirmative action and ADA (disabilities act) issues.

 

His interests, however, are not limited to the human resources area. He has developed strategic plans and implementation strategies; has developed licensing and certification examinations; and has assisted the Federal Aviation Authority in flight controller management issues.

 

He acts as an expert witness in cases involving wrongful termination, employment discrimination, sexual harassment and compensation.

 

He is a licensed Industrial/Organizational Psychologist in the State of California and an Accredited Personnel Diplomate of the Society for Human Resource Management.