Dr. Arlene P. Maclin
ARLENE P. MACLIN, Ph.D.
Executive Director, MAC-CAE Program &
Adjunct Professor of Physics
Morgan State University
Baltimore, Maryland 21251
Tel: (443)885-4515, Fax: (443) 885-8215
Ph.D., Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics, Howard University, Washington, DC, 1974
M.S., Theoretical Nuclear Physics, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 1971
Post-Baccalaureate Fellow, Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, Bryn Mawr, PA, 1968
B.S., Engineering Physics, cum laude, North Carolina A & T State University, Greensboro, NC, 1967
2011-Present Executive Director, MAC-CAE Program &Adjunct Professor of Physics, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland
2009-2011 Adjunct Professor of Physics, Morgan State University
2002-2009 Professor of Optical Engineering and Director, Intelligence Community-Center for Academic Excellence (IC-CAE), Norfolk State University, Norfolk, Virginia
1998-2002 Technical Consultant to Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Howard University, Washington, DC
1996-1998 Senior Business Developer, Mnemonic Systems, Washington, DC
1994-1995 Guest Scientist, NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia
1992-1994 Director of Research and Professor of Physics, Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia
1988-1992 Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Howard University, Washington, DC
1985-1988 Program Staff Officer, National Research Council, Washington, DC
1983-1985 Visiting Scientist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee
1981-1983 Senior Applied Research Physicist, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC
1980-1981 Program Director, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC
1978-1980 Congressional Fellow, U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, Washington, DC
1976-1978 Associate Dean and Associate Professor of Physics, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
1975-1976 Research Physicist, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lincoln, Massachusetts
1971-1975 Lecturer and Associate Director, Comprehensive Sciences Program, Howard University,
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (more than 50 refereed papers, reports and 250 technical presentations)
Arlene Maclin,”The Quantum Mechanical Paintbrush”, The International Review of African American Art, Vol 23, No.3, 2011.
Arlene Maclin and Mathew Noel, “Nonlinear Magneto-optical Effects in Dielectrics Embedded with Ferromagnetic Nanoparticles, Proc. of the 2nd Annual Seminar on Theoretical Physics and National Development, African Journal of Physics, 2, pp.149-158, 2009.
Defining the Role of Intelligence and Islamic Studies Programs for the 21st Century Workforce in America, (eds., Arlene Maclin and Camellia Okpodu), July 2008.
Globalization of the Engineering Curriculum, FIE Conference, 37th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 10-13, 2007.
Evaluative Research Study of a STEM Honors, Program, FIE Conference, 37th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education, October 10-13, 2007, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
Integrated Design Engineering and Activity-Based Learning, FIE Conference, 36th ASEE/IEEE Frontiers in Education, San Diego, October, 2006.
Related Edited and Technical Reports
Proceedings of the Inaugural RCOP Forum, (ed. Arlene P. Maclin), Optical Society of America, Washington, DC, 1994.
Summary Report on Materials Science and Engineering, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, September 1989.
Photonic Science and Technology Assessment Report, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, September 1988.
Study of the State of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Theory in the United States, National Research Councli, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, March, 1987.
International Survey of Atomic and Molecular Science, National Research Council, National Academy Press, Washington, DC, June, 1987.
mid-Atlantic Consortium-Center for Academic Excellence (MAC-CAE), ODNI, 9/12/2011-9/11/2016, $1.8M.
International Travel Grant to Aalto University in Finland w/Morgan and Center for Integrated Access Networks (CIAN), University of Arizona, OISE-1042309, $17,119.
internationally Diverse Education and Area Studies (IDEAS), Office of the Director for National Intelligence, 10/1/2006-9/30/2011, $2.3M.
Education Research Project: Evaluative Research Study of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Program for Improved Progression, Retention and Graduation Rates, HRD 0624929, $957,196, 9/15/2006-8/31/2009.
NRO000-09-R-0020 2008-2009 Integrative Sciences Projects to Advance Intelligence against Emerging Threats $180,000 (co-PI)
minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program, Department of Education, “Integrated Design Engineering and Activity-Based Learning (IDEAL)”, A Cooperative Project, $500,000, 9/2005-8/2008.
International NSF Travel Grant Supplement, REU 0434181 (South Africa), May, 2004.
NSF Undergraduate Engineering Departmental Reform Program, EASEL-NSF-0540493, $100K, September 2005- August, 2006.
HONORS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Who's Who in America, Marquis Listing, 2008
American Physical Society, IEEE, Materials Research Society
Board Member, Center for Innovative Technology in State of Virginia, 1988-1993
International Who's Who of Women, 1982, 1987
Who's Who Among Black Americans, 1978
American Council on Education Fellow, 1977-1978
Congressional Fellow, Office of Technology Assessment, 1978-1979
Post-baccalaureate Fellow, Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges, 1967-1968
Junior Year in Munich, Munich, Germany, 1965-1966
Frequent Reviewer for NSF, ONR and NASA Proposals
WOMEN & UNDERREPRESENTED FACULTY MENTORED IN PAST FIVE YEARS
Camellia Okpodu, Biology, NSU; Wendy Hinton, Physics, NSU; Meredith Kupinski, Optical Engineering University of Arizona; Demetris Geddis, Electrical Engineering, NSU; Anita Wells, Psychology, MSU; Malikah Abdullah, Biology, NSU; Dawn Bennett, Mechanical Engineering, UMBC, Donald Lyons, Physics, Hampton University; Raenita Fenner, Electrical Engineering, Loyola University.