He has taught courses in jurisprudence, maritime security, and global maritime affairs at The Fletcher School, and published op-eds in The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Straits Times (Singapore), among others. trade representative, and co-founded and served as program director of the Borgenicht Peace Initiative, a social entrepreneurship venture in Bethlehem. "The Deep Blue Highway," with John Curtis Perry and Scott Borgerson, The New York Times, January 2, 2007.
Before co-founding Rhumb Line in 2005, he served as international counsel at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc., leading the effort to open 12 international subsidiaries and streamline global operations.
Associate Professor, Arizona State University, Dept. Assistant Professor, Arizona State University, Dept. She has worked closely with both the ASU Veterans Engagement Office and the Arizona Department of Veteran Services.
Her practice sites include, LAC USC Medical Center, Keck Hospital of USC and USC Norris Cancer Hospital. Weitz is board certified in Internal Medicine and Hematology. Weitz completed her medical degree at Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, followed by an internship and residency in internal medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
From 2008 to 2013, he served as founding CEO at Cargo Metrics, leading the effort to build a VC-backed financial technology business that started in his Cambridge apartment. "Open a New Highway – on the Sea," with John Curtis Perry and Scott Borgerson, The Christian Science Monitor, December 13, 2007.
Prior to co-founding Cargo Metrics, he was a senior fellow at the Institute for Global Maritime Studies, a team leader of Fletcher's Abu Dhabi Project, a fellow at Fletcher's Maritime Studies Program, and a fellow at Fletcher's Jebsen Center for Counter-Terrorism Studies. "Navigating the Swirling Currents of Change," with John Curtis Perry and Scott Borgerson, The Straits Times (Singapore), July 10, 2006.
Since receiving her doctoral degree in Sociology from Yale University in 1978, Rose Weitz has carved an exceptional record as both a scholar and a teacher. Work Experience Professor, Arizona State University, Women and Gender Studies and Sociology, 2004-.
Her work focuses on women, health, sexuality, and the body. Director of Graduate Studies, ASU Women and Gender Studies, 2006-2011.
Most recently, she has researched the lives and health of U. military women and cultural views on aging women dancers in the U. Professor, Arizona State University, Department of Sociology, 1990-2003.
At the national level, she has served as Chair of the Medical Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association, as President of Sociologists for Women in Society, and as Chair of the Sociologists' AIDS Network, among many other positions.