This presentation on the topic of corruption was given by William “Pat” Schuber is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Administrative Science, Petrocelli College, Fairleigh Dickinson University Friday 11th March, 2011.
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Take Back the Globe by William “Pat” Schuber:
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Take Back the Globe by William “Pat” Schuber
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Speaker: William “Pat” Schuber, Esq., BA, JD
William “Pat” Schuber is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Administrative Science, Petrocelli College, Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is a faculty member in the Master of Administrative Science (MAS), Master of Science in Homeland Security (MSHS), Master of Sports Administration (MSA) and Bachelor of Arts in Individualized Studies (BAIS). His subjects include Leadership, Government, Law, Ethics and Communication. He is a past Adjunct Professor in Business Law at Montclair University and Seton Hall University. He is an Instructor in the Certified Public Manager Course of Studies (CPM) and the Police Executive Leadership Course sponsored by the New Jersey Association Chiefs of Police and the New Jersey State Police (NJSP).
Pat has conducted Leadership Staff Ride Seminars at Gettysburg Battlefield, Antietam Battlefield, Trenton, Princeton Battlefield and Normandy, France. He lectures frequently on military history, historical leadership, ethics, communication and conflict resolution to numerous civic groups.
Pat is the Seminar Director for the BergenLeads Program sponsored by the Volunteer Center of Bergen County. This program trains future leaders in business, non-profit and government.
He has written several scholarly articles and co-authored books on topics of History, Leadership and Homeland Security.
He served as The County Executive of Bergen County for 12 years, 9 years as a member of the New Jersey State Assembly and Mayor of the Borough of Bogota for 4 years. He served as a Captain in the US Army Reserve (Retired).
Pat is a graduate of Fordham University with a BA and received his JD at Fordham University School of Law. He is currently serving as Counsel to the law firm of DeCotiis, Fitzpatrick, Cole & Wisler, LLP in Teaneck, New Jersey.