Hashway, Robert M. 1946-

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HASHWAY, Robert M. 1946-


Born October 28, 1946, in Pawtucket, RI. Ethnicity: "Syrian." Education: Roger Williams University, A.S., B.A.; Rhode Island College, M.A.; Boston College, Ph.D. and postdoctoral study; Harvard University, postdoctoral study, 1977-78. Religion: Orthodox.


Home—113 Greenbriar Dr., West Monroe, LA 71291. Office—38 Fairoaks Dr., Monroe, LA 71203. E-mail—[email protected].


Roger Williams College, professor of physics, chemistry, electrical engineering, and science education, and director of media and laboratory services, 1968-72; public school mathematics teacher, 1972-75; Massachusetts State College System, director of developmental studies, faculty development, institutional enhancement, ane computer operations, 1976-84; Rhode Island College, professor of mathematics and mathematics education, 1982-86; Grambling State University, Grambling, LA, professor of education, 1986—, director of Educational Resource Center, 1986-89, chair of Analytic Studies Group, 1993—. Boston College, senior research associate at Laboratory for Social Policy Research, 1974-77, professor, 1976-78; West Warwick Public Schools, vice chair, 1980-86; Bryant College, professor, 1982-84. National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children, research director, 1970-75; Advanced Concepts Learning Centers, president, 1982-86. Microware, Inc., president, 1982-86; RMC Corp., vice president for curriculum, 1984-86. Charles V. Hogan Mental Health Center, assistant superintendent, 1975-77.


Association for the Advancement of Educational Research (vice president and director of management and finance, 1997—), National Academy for Educational Research (vice president, 1997—).


President's Award for Excellence in Research, Eastern Educational Research Association; Research Paper of the Year Awards, Louisiana Educational Research Association and American Educational Research Association; grants from Louisiana Board of Elementary/Secondary Education, Aerospace Corp., and Bureau of Education for the Handicapped.


Objective Mental Measurement, Praeger (Westport, CT), 1978.

Foundations of Developmental Education, Praeger (Westport, CT), 1988.

Handbook of Developmental Education, Praeger (Westport, CT), 1990.

Cognitive Styles, Mellen Research University Press, 1992.

Developmental Evaluation, Assessment, and Learning, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1996.

Error-Free Mental Measurement, International Scholars Press, 1997.

Developmental Cognitive Styles, International Scholars Press, 1998.

Handbook of Support Programs for At-Risk Students in College, Praeger (Westport, CT), 1998.

(Editor and contributor) Yearbook of Research on Developmentalism, International Scholars Press, Volume 1: Theoretical Foundations, 1998, Volume 2: Curriculum Issues, 1999, Volume 3: Student Personnel Issues, 2000.

Funding Public Higher Education, International Scholars Press, 1999.

Developmental Learning Theory, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2000.

Developmental Curriculum Validation, Auditing, and Evaluation, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2000.

Creator of computer software programs. Contributor of more than 100 articles to professional journals, including Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Forum for Reading, College Student Journal, and Social Literacy Issues. Editor, New England Educator, 1978-86, Journal of Learning Improvement, 1991—, Newsletter of the Eastern Educational Research Association, 1992-95, Research for Learning Improvement, Research for Educational Reform, and Educational Research Quarterly.