STEVEN WISE, M.L.I.S.
Associate Professor/Reference and Instruction Librarian

Contact Info:
Office: Library 205
Phone: (210) 431-4118
Email:
swise@lake.ollusa.edu

Degrees:
B.A. 1992, St. Mary’s University, (Political Science)
M.A. 1996, St. Mary’s University (Political Science)
M.L.I.S. 1998, The University of Texas at Austin (Library and Information Science)

 

Professional interests:
20th Century domestic politics, foreign policy, Chicano politics and social movements, Mexican American history

Organizations/Councils/Committees:
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Courses Taught: 
Mexican Americans and the Law, The Chicano Movement, Contexts of Mexican American Leadership, Mexican-Americans in U.S. Society

Peer Reviewed Publications

Swiger, J.A., Mudge, S., Wise, S. (2008) U.S. and European trends that impact human capital formation through higher education: Part 1: Rising enrollment and rising costs of education. Part 2: Human capital formation through higher education. The Fifth Annual Seminar on Quality Management in Education. 589-603.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

Wise, S. (2010). Surveillance, Domestic. In Social issues in America: An encyclopedia. New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Wise, S. (2009). Fender, Freddy. In The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives (Vol. 8). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, pp. 137-139.

Wise, S. (2009). Valenti, Jack. In The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives (Vol.8). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, pp. 499-500.

Wise, S. (2006). Monge, Jose Trias. In The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives (Vol. 7). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Wise, S. (2006). Government Secrecy. In Social issues in America: An encyclopedia. New York: M.E. Sharpe.

Wise, S. (2004). Black Jr, Charles Lund. In The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives (Vol. 6). New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Wise, S. (2003). Wallace, Mike. In The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives: the 1960’s. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.

Unpublished Papers Presented

Neiheisel, N. and Wise, S. (1997 April). Creating and sustaining private-public partnerships: The TriParty Transportation Improvement Project in San Antonio. Presented at the 27th Annual Urban Affairs Association Meeting. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Panels

Panelist, “The Future of Chicano Studies in Texas” National Association of Chicano & Chicana Scholars Tejano Regional Conference. University of North Texas: Denton, Texas. March 1-3, 2007

An issue in library and information science you feel strongly about: 
Providing resources to distance students; teaching advance research strategies.

An interesting fact about you: 
My favorite TV show is House. 

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