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William Greenfield

Discipline: Sociology

William (Bill) Greenfield is an Emeritus Professor at Portland State University. His areas of expertise include the social psychology of organizations, leadership training, qualitative research methods, and organizational change. Dr. Greenfield is the recipient of the Pennsylvania State University. D. J. Willower Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethic’s 2006 Award for Excellence. Dr. Greenfield is the author of several textbooks and over 80 journal articles on organizational leadership and leadership development. Bill has lectured extensively and his work is frequently cited in professional journals and at conferences. Professor Greenfield consults with hospitals, schools, businesses, and non-profit organizations in the area of leadership and organizational development. From 1991-92 Professor Greenfield was a Fulbright Scholar in Thailand where he taught courses and designed curriculum at Chiang Mai University. He has been an invited lecturer at universities in Malaysia, Thailand, Pakistan, and Lebanon. Professor Greenfield currently resides in Mexico and has been the Executive Director of Casita Linda, a non-profit organization that builds basic shelter for those living in extreme poverty. Dr. Greenfield last sailed with Semester at Sea in Spring, 2009.