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Roger HullAssistant Professor
EducationCarnegie Mellon Program for Executives, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1991
Major Acquisition Program Management School, Defense Acquisition University, Ft. Belvoir, Virginia, 1986
Master's Program, Operations Research & Systems Analysis, US Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 1978
Bachelor of Science, Aviation Management, School of Engineering, Auburn University, 1968
Project Management Professional (PMI)
Certified Information Security Manager (ISACA)
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (ISACA)
Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (ISC2)
BiographyRoger Hull has a 30-year career as a US Naval Aviator and Major Program Manager, several years as Director, Network Solutions, and facilities implementation program manager at General Communications, Inc., five years with Booz Allen Hamilton as a Project Management consultant, 15 years as Adjunct Instructor, Project Management, at UAA, and six years as full-time instructor, Engineering, Science and Project Management at UAA.
He has been the Cost and Operational Effectiveness Analysis Program Manager for large-scale space-based wide area surveillance systems, Chief Test Director for Operational Evaluation of tactical acquisition programs, and Director, Research, Development Test and Evaluation for a large number of tactical electronics, sensors and communications systems. Additionally, he was the Major Acquisition Program Manager for US Navy Command, Control, Communications and Information Systems Afloat and Ashore, worldwide.
Roger is a rated Airline Transport Pilot, commercial hot air balloon pilot, and member of the World Champion US Parachute Team. He is Vice President of the Alaska Academic Decathlon Board of Directors, and President of the Alaska chapter of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association.
He serves as Academic Advisor and Capstone Project Primary Advisor for a large number of graduate students in Project Management.
Research interests include a comprehensive assessment of the State of Alaska Elections System.
- Application of Project Management Processes
- Project Initiation and Planning
- Project Execution, Monitoring and Control
- Project Closeout and Transition to Operations
- Advanced Project Risk Management
- Advanced Project Time Management
- MS Project Application Professional Training
- Technical Writing
- Advanced Project Controls
- Project Management Professional Certification Preparation
- Project Quality Management
- Project Human Resources Management
- Project Procurement Management
- Project Communications Management
- Project Management Professional Responsibility and Ethics
Professional & Department Service2015-Present Term Assistant Professor, UAA CoEng
2011-2015 Term Instructor, UAA CoEng
2011-present Primary Academic Advisor
2011-present Primary Capstone Project Advisor
CoEng Faculty Selection Committee
ESPM Department Scholarship Selection Committee
Career History/Work Experience2015-present Assistant Professor, Engineering Science and Project Management, College of Engineering, University of Alaska Anchorage
2001-2011 Adjunct Instructor, Engineering Science and Project Management, College of Engineering, University of Alaska Anchorage
2005-2011 Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton, Anchorage, Alaska
1998-2005 Director, Network Solutions, General Communication, Inc., Anchorage, Alaska
1995-1998 Program Manager, Navy Command and Control systems, Naval Air Warfare Center, San Diego, California
1991-1995 Vice Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center, Pt Mugu, California
1998-1991 Commanding Officer, Naval Weapons Evaluation Facility, Albuquerque, New Mexico1968-1998 Commissioned Officer, Naval Aviator, Project and Program Manager, US Navy