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«2004 AIR RESEARCH GRANT PROPOSAL Finding Leakage in the Pipeline of Teacher Supply: Factors Influencing Youngsters to Aspire to and Stay in Teaching ...»

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(ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED346082) Rojewski J.W., & Yang B. (1997). Longitudinal analysis of select influences on adolescents’ occupational aspirations. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 51, 375-410.

Schutz, P.A., Crowder, K.C., & White, V.E. (2001). The development of a goal to become a teacher. Journal of Educational Psychology, 93, 229-308.

Serpell, Z., & Bozeman, L.A. (1999). Beginning teacher induction: A report on beginning teacher effectiveness and retention. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED448153) Shen, J. (1997). Has the alternative certification policy materialized its promise? A comparison between traditionally and alternatively certified teachers in public school. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 17, 276-283.

Solomonson, K.E., & Bouman, P.D. (2002). Choosing your own path: Testing the social cognitive career choice model among women with S&E credentials. Unpublished research paper. Big Rapids, MI: Ferris State University.

Stroup, S. (2002). Teacher recruitment, preparation and development. U. S. Department of Education. http://www.ed.gov/Speeches/04-2002/20020424c.html U. S. Department of Education (2002). Meeting the highly qualified teachers challenge: The Secretary's annual report on teacher quality. Washington, DC: Author.

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Narrative: Wei-Cheng J. Mau, Ph.D.

Dr. Wei-Cheng Mau is a professor of Counselor Education at Wichita State University where he has been on the faculty for 12 years. His teaching responsibilities include career development, principles and philosophy of counseling, assessment in counseling, multicultural issues in counseling, educational research, and research seminar. Dr. Mau has published over 35 journal articles, books, book chapters, reviews, and monographs. He has presented over 40 referred papers at national and international conferences. His research work and interests include cultural differences in educational/vocational aspirations and career planning, academic achievement, help-seeking attitudes and behaviors, computer-based career interventions, and career decision-making. He is currently serving on the editorial board of the Journal of Vocational Behavior and the Career Development Quarterly.

Dr. Mau has extensive experience in statistical analysis of large datasets. His working experiences including research at American College Testing program, The University of Iowa Evaluation and Examination Services where he conducted many research projects that utilized large data bases. He has participated in the NCES Advanced Database Seminars on NELS:88 and Baccalaureate and Beyond 92-94 where he utilized both SPSS and WestVarPC for analysis.

He is proficient in SPSS, SAS, and AMOS statistics software packages. As you can see in his vitae, many of his publications are based on NCES national databases (Refer to publications with *).

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Ph. D. (1990): The University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.

Major: Counseling in Human Development Minor: Statistics and Measurement Dissertation: An Experimental Study of the Effects of Computer-Assisted Career Decision-Making.

M. A. (1985): The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA.

Major: Counselor Education B. A. (1979): Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Major: Business Administration EXPERIENCE Teaching Professor (2002 - present) Department of Administration, Counseling, Educational and School Psychology, Wichita State University.

Associate Professor (1997 - present) Department of Administration, Counseling, Educational and School Psychology, Wichita State University.

Assistant Professor (1991- 1997). Department of Administration, Counseling, Educational and School Psychology, Wichita State University.

Teaching Assistant (1988-1989). Counselor Education, The University of Iowa.

Instructor (1987). Kirkwood Community College, IA.

Instructor (1985). Des Moines Area Community College, Des Moines, IA.

Research Fellow (2002 – present). Center for Educational Evaluation, College of Education, WSU.

Research Fellow (1998, Fall). National Entrance Exam Center, Taipei, Taiwan.

Research Assistant (1990-1991). Evaluation and Examination Services, University of Iowa.

Research Assistant (1989-1990). American College Testing, Iowa City, IA.

Research Assistant (1986-1988). Counselor Education, University of Iowa.

PUBLICATIONSArticle (refereed)

Mau, W.C. (2003). Factor influencing persistence in science and engineering career aspirations Career Development Quarterly, 51, 234-243. (NELS)* Lynn, R. & Mau, W. C. (2002). Why do African men earn less than African women? An examination of four hypotheses. Journal of Social, Political & Economic Studies, 27, 307-314. (B&B)* Mau, W.C., & Fernandes, A. (2001). Characteristics and satisfaction of students who utilized career counseling services. Journal of College Student Development, 42, 581-588. (B&B)* Mau, W.C., & Kopischke, A. (2001). Job search methods, job search outcomes, and job satisfactions of college graduates: a comparison of race and gender. Journal of Employment Counseling, 38, 141-149.

(B&B)* Mau, W.C. (2001). Assessing career decision-making difficulties: A cross-cultural study. Journal of Career Assessment, 9, 353-364.

Lynn, R., & Mau, W.C. (2001). Ethnic and sex differences in the predictive validity of the scholastic achievement test for college grades. Psychological Reports, 88, 1099-1104. (B&B)* Mau, W.C., & Lynn, R. (2001). Gender differences on the Scholastic Aptitude Test, the American College Test and College Grades. Educational Psychology, 21, 133-136. (B&B)* Mau, W.C. (2000). Cultural differences in career decision-making styles and self-efficacy. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 53, 365-378.





Mau, W.C., & Lynn, R. (2000). Gender differences in homework and test scores in mathematics, reading and science at tenth and twelfth grade. Psychology, Evolution and Gender. 2, 119-125. (NELS)* Schommer, M., Mau., W.C., Brookhart, S., & Hutter, R. (2000). Understanding middle school students’ beliefs about knowledge and learning using a multidimensional paradigm. Journal of Educational Research, 94, 120-127.

Mau, W.C., & Bikos, L.H. (2000). Educational and vocational aspirations of minority and female students: A longitudinal study. Journal of Counseling and Development, 78, 186-194. (NELS:88)* Mau, W. C. (1999). Effects of computer-assisted career decision making on vocational identity and career exploratory behavior. Journal of Career Development, 25, 261-274.

Mau, W.C., & Lynn, R. (1999). Racial and ethnic differences in motivation for educational achievement in the United States. Personality and Individual Differences, 27, 1091-1096. (NELS:88)* Thompson, J., Bakken, L., & Mau, W.C. (1998). Comparing knowledge, attitudes, and confidence of cross-cultural interactions of field-based and campus-cased preservice teachers. Teaching Education Journal, 10, 67-75.

Mau, W. C., Hitchcock, R., & Calvert, C. (1998). Career plans and perceived counselors’ and other influential persons’ expectations of high school students. Professional School Counseling, 2, 161-166. (NELS:88)* Mau, W. C. (1997). Parental Influences on high school students’ academic achievement: A comparison of Asianimmigrant, Asian-Americans, and White-American. Psychology in the Schools, 34, 267-277. (NELS:88)* Mau, W. C. (1997). Assessing the cognitive complexity of vocational constructs using the career grid: A comparison of the expressed and supplied methods. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 29, 202Mau, W. C., Calvert, C., & Gregory, R. (1997). Effects of career interventions on vocational cognitive complexity.

Journal of Career Development, 23, 279-293.

Mau, W. C. (1995). Educational planning and academic achievement of middle school students: A racial/cultural comparisons. Journal of Counseling and Development, 73, 518-526. (NELS: 88)* Mau, W. C. (1995). Decision-making styles as a predictor of career decision status and treatment gains. Journal of Career Assessment, 3, 90-101.

Mau, W. C., Domnick, M., & Ellsworth, R. D. (1995). Characteristics of female students who aspire to science and engineering or homemaking careers. Career Development Quarterly. 43, 323-337. (NELS:88)* Mau, W. C., & Pope-Davis, D. B. (1993). World view differences between college students and graduate counseling trainees. Counseling and Values, 38, 42-50.

Prediger, D., Swaney, K., & Mau, W. C. (1993). Extending Holland's hexagon: Procedure, counseling application, and research. Journal of Counseling and Development, 71, 422-428.

Mau, W. C., & Jepsen, D. A. (1992). Effects of computer-assisted instruction in using formal decision-making strategies to choose a college major. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 39, 185-192.

Mau, W. C., & Jepsen, D. A. (1990). Help-seeking perceptions and behaviors: A comparison of Chinese and American graduate students. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 18, 94-104.

Mau, W. C., & Jepsen, D. A. (1988). Attitudes toward counselor and counseling processes: A comparison of Chinese and American graduate students. Journal of Counseling and Development, 63, 189-192.

Book and Chapter Mau, W.C., Grimsley, S., & Sherwood, C. (2001). Janine: The case of the negative nonconformist. In S.G., Niles, J., Goodman, & M. Pope (Ed.), Career counseling casebook: A resource for practitioners, students, and counselor educators. Columbus, OH: National Career Development Association.

Mau, W. C. (1986). ••••••• [Love, acceptance, and forgiveness]. (J. Cook, & S. C. Baldwin, Trans.). Taipei, Taiwan: Christian Witness Press.

Mau, W.C., & Mau, Y.H. (1986). ••••••• -- •••• [Love, acceptance, and forgiveness -- Leader's guide]. (J. Cook, & S. C. Baldwin, Trans.) Taipei, Taiwan: Christian Witness Press.

Article (invited) Mau, W.C. (1998). Counseling and Educational Reform. New Waves -Educational Research & Development, 2 (6), 7-11.

Mau, W.C. (1996). Career counseling at the edge of 21st century. New Waves -Educational Research & Development, 1 (2), 25-29• Mau, W.C. (1990, December). Myth of interpersonal relationships. Renewed Life Magazine, 12, 35-41.

Monograph, Bulletin, and Review Mau, W.C. (2001, Fall). Test review: The ability explorer. Newsnotes, 40, 3-4.

Mau, W. C. (1997). Computer-based career interventions. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Counseling in the 21st Century (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED439319) Mau, W. C., Swaney, K., & Prediger, D. (1990). Mapping career groups on basic interest dimensions. ACT Research Report Series, 90-7, American College Testing, Iowa City, IA. (Refereed--Internal review) Mau, W. C. (1989). An international student's perspective on Counselor Education. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 305562)

PRESENTATIONS

National/International Mau, W.C. (2004). Characteristics of high school students who persisted in aspirations to teaching careers. Paper accepted for presentation at CAREDA, San Diego, CA.

Mau, W.C. (2002). Cultural Perspectives on career decision-making difficulties. Symposium conducted at the annual American Psychological Association meeting, Chicago, IL.

Mau, W.C. (2002). Persistence in science and engineering career aspirations of woman and minority students. Paper presented presentation at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans.

Mau, W.C. (2001, March). Educational and vocational aspirations of high school students: A longitudinal study. In D.A. Jepsen (Chair), Informing career guidance policy and practice through longitudinal research. Symposium conducted at the American Counseling Association meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Thompson, J., Bakken, L., Mau, W.C. (2001). A three-year longitudinal study comparing cross-cultural attitudes and experience of professional development site-based and campus-based preservice teachers. Association of Teacher Education Annual Conference, February 17-21, 2001, New Orleans, LA.

Mau, W.C., & Fenandes, A. (2000). Utilization of career counseling and job placement services in higher education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Career Development Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Mau, W.C. (2000). Assessing career decision-making difficulties. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Counseling Association, Washington D.C.

Mau, W.C. (1999). Career decision-making styles and career decision-making self-efficacy. Paper presented at the National Career Development Association meeting, Portland, OR.

Schommer, M., Mau., W.C., Brookhart, S. (1999). Middle school students’ beliefs about knowledge and learning. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Thompson, J., Bakken, L., Mau, W.C. (1999). A three-year longitudinal study comparing cross-cultural attitudes and experience of professional development site-based and campus-based preservice teachers. Paper presented at the annual ATE conference, Chicago, IL.

Mau, W. C. (1998). Computer technology and counseling: Computer –assisted career decision-making program.

1998 Global Conference on Mental Health and Counseling, Taipei, Taiwan.

Mau, W. C., & Bikos, L.H. (1998). Logistic model of educational/vocational intentions of minority and female students. Research paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.

Mau, W. C., Tien, H.L., & Kopischke, A.L. (1998). College students’ job search strategies, search outcomes, and job satisfactions: A comparison of race and gender. Paper presented at the National Career Development Association meeting, Chicago, IL.

Tien, H.L., & Mau, W.C. (1998). College students’ perceptions of career-related barriers. Paper presented at the National Career Development Association meeting, Chicago, IL.

Mau, W. C. (1997). Computer-based career interventions. A research paper presented at the 6th International Counseling Conference, Beijing, China.

Mau, W. C. (1997). Effects of computer-assisted career guidance programs on vocational identity and exploratory behavior. A research paper presented at the National Career Development Association, Daytona, Florida.

Mau, W. C. & Calvert, R. (1997). Educational and vocational behavior of adolescents: A longitudinal study of race and gender. A research paper presented at the American Counseling Association World Conference, Orlando, Florida.



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