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1 DAVID S. CASTLE FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION Statistics and Research Methods, Legislatures, Political Parties, Presidential Nominations and Elections EDUCATION Ph.D. (political science), University of Rochester, 1985 M.A. (political science), Marshall University, 1976 M.A. (history), Marshall University, 1972 B.A. (social studies), Marshall University, 1971 RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Professor, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, 1996-present Senior Research Associate, Hempstead & Associates, Austin, Texas, Associate Professor, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, Assistant Professor, Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas, Legislative Research Associate, Virginia General Assembly, Richmond, Virginia, Instructor, Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia, PUBLICATIONS Institutional Innovativeness in Southern State Governments, Midsouth Political Science Review. Vol. 17 (1), 2016, Legislative Reform in the South, Midsouth Political Science Review. Vol. 12, 2011, Closing the Gaps in Faculty Salaries at Peer Institutions. TACT Quarterly ebulletin. Vol. LXII, No Jan./Feb./March. Austin, TX Closing the Gaps in Faculty Salaries. TACT Quarterly ebulletin. Vol. LXI, No. 4. June/July/August Austin, TX A Decade of Texas Faculty Salary Changes, TACT Quarterly ebulletinn. Vol. LX, No. 3. April/May/June. Austin, TX Changes in Faculty Salaries at Texas Public Universities. TACT Quarterly ebulletin. October/November/December. Austin, TX.

2 2005. Estimating Seniority Effects in Faculty Salary Studies: Measurement and Model Specification. Public Personnel Management. Vol. 43, No. 4, Faculty Salary Compression in Texas: The Best and Worst Public Universities. TACT Quarterly ebulletin. April/May/June. Austin, TX Texas Lags in Salaries and Benefits. Texas Academe. Texas Conference/American Association of University Professors State of the Profession in Texas: Compensation, Recruitment, Retention. TACT Quartertly ebulletin. Vol. 55, No. 2, Texas Association of College Teachers. Coauthored by Frank Fair, Joe Kemble, and Mary Alice Baker The Effects of Merit Pay on Faculty Salary Compression. TACT Quarterly Bulletin. Vol. 54, No. 2, Texas Association of College Teachers. Coauthored by Amy Russell Shows Inexperienced Majority Parties in the U.S. House of Representatives: The Consequences of Long- Term Dominance. Texas Journal of Political Studies. Coauthored by James M. Vanderleeuw and Colleen M. Barry Faculty Salary Problems at Texas Public Universities. TACT Quarterly Bulletin. Vol. 53, No. 3, Texas Association of College Teachers. Coauthored by Amy Russell Pemberton and Bruce R. Drury Member Goals and Party Switching in the United States Congress. In William T. Bianco, ed. Congress on Display: Congress at Work. University of Michigan Press. Coauthored by Patrick J. Fett State Governors and Progressive Ambition: Who Will Run for President in 2000? American Review of Politics. Vol. 18, Fall, A Predictive Model of Congressional Party Switching. Abstract and summary in Campaigns & Elections. Oct./Nov Coauthored by Patrick J. Fett Expanding the Opportunity for Partisan Activity among Government Employees: Potential Effects on Federal Executives' Political Involvement. International Journal of Public Administration. Vol. 16, No. 4, , Coauthored by William M. Pearson Stuart A. Rice. In American Political Scientists; A Dictionary. Greenwood Press, Edited by Glenn H. Utter and Charles Lockhart The Controversy Over Judicial Selection: Views From the Texas Bench. Revised and updated in W. Maxwell and E. Crain, Texas Politics Today. Sixth edition, Coauthored by William M. Pearson.

3 1991. Liberalizing Restrictions on Political Activities of State Employees: Perceptions of High-Level State Executives. The American Review of Public Administration. Vol. 21, No. 2, June Coauthored by William M. Pearson Media Coverage of Presidential Primaries. American Politics Quarterly. Vol. 19, No. 1, January Political Activity among State Executives: The Effect of Hatch Act Repeal. Public Personnel Management. Vol. 19, No. 4. Coauthored by William M. Pearson The Effects of Hatch Act Repeal: A Comparative Note on the Political Activity of Executives in Selected States. International Political Science Abstracts. Coauthored by William M. Pearson The Effect of Hatch Act Repeal: A Comparative Note. Southeastern Political Science Review. Vol. XVIII, No. 1, Spring Coauthored by William M. Pearson Goldwater's Presidential Candidacy and Political Realignment. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Winter 1990, Vol. XX, No The Controversy Over Judicial Selection: Views From the Texas Bench. In W. Maxwell and E. Crain. Texas Politics Today, fifth edition. Coauthored by William M. Pearson Alternative Judicial Selection Devices: An Analysis of Texas Judges' Attitudes. Judicature. Vol. 73, No. 1, June-July Coauthored by William M. Pearson Changing Demographics of the State Executive Service: A Research Note. Midsouth Political Science Review. Vol. 10, No. 1, Coauthored by William M. Pearson Whither Big Mo? Candidates, Media, and the Iowa Caucuses in Campaign '88. Election Politics. Vol. 6, No. 1, Winter Strategic Aspects of Southern Politics. Southeastern Political Science Review. Vol. 16, No Attitudinal Dissonance among Texas Judges: Rejection of Merit Selection, Acceptance of Merit Principles. Texas journal of Political Studies. Vol. 10, No. 2, Spring/Summer Coauthored by William M. Pearson Partisan Changes in the South: Making Sense of Scholarly Dissonance. In David M. Brodsky and Robert H. Swansbrough, eds. The South's New Politics: Party Realignment and Dealignment. University of South Carolina Press. Coauthored by Harold W. Stanley Judges Favor Nonpartisan Elections. The Texas Lawyer. Vol. 3, No. 30, October Coauthored by William M. Pearson.

4 1987. A Southern Regional Presidential Primary in 1988: Will It Work as Planned? Election Politics. Vol. 4, No. 3, Summer CONVENTION PAPERS Faculty Salary Equity Studies at Texas Public Universities. Presented at the TACT Spring Leadership Conference, February 20-21, 2003, Austin, Texas State of the Profession: Salary and Benefit Issues. Presented at the TACT East Region Conference, April 13, 2002, Nacogdoches, Texas Party Behavior and the Quest for Dominance in the U.S. House of Representatives, Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, March 2001, Fort Worth, Texas. Coauthored by James M. Vanderleeuw and Colleen M. Barry Inexperienced Majority Parties in the U.S. House of Representatives: The Consequences of Long- Term Dominance. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, March, 2000, Galveston, TX. Coauthored by James M. Vanderleeuw and Colleen M. Barry New Majority Parties in the U.S. House of Representatives. Presented at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Political Science Association, Shreveport, LA, December Coauthored by James M. Vanderleeuw and Colleen M. Barry Member Goals and Party Switching in the United States Congress. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March State Governors and Progressive Ambition: Who Will Run for President in 2000? Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Corpus Christi, Texas, March Strategic Aspects of Party Switching Among Congressional Candidates in the 1970s and 1980s. Presented at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, March Coauthored by Patrick J. Fett Assessing Nonlinear Relationships in Electoral Behavior: A Study of Racially Polarized Voting in Municipal Elections. Presented at the annual meeting of the Louisiana Political Science Association, Lake Charles, Louisiana, March Coauthored by James M. Vanderleeuw Media Coverage and Momentum in Regional Presidential Primaries. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March

5 1991. Expanding the Opportunity for Partisan Activity Among Government Employees: Its Effect on Federal Executives' Political Involvement. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, San Antonio, Texas, March Coauthored by William M. Pearson Strategic Aspects of Party Switching Among Congressional Candidates. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November Coauthored by Patrick J. Fett Media Coverage and Voters' Perceptions of Presidential Nomination Campaigns. Presented at the annual meeting of the National Social Science Association, Houston, Texas, October Restrictions on Political Activities of State Executives: Perceptions of Hatch Acts at Two Junctures. Presented at the Region VIII Conference of the American Society for Public Administration, Fort Worth, Texas, December Coauthored by William M. Pearson Southern Voters and Super Tuesday: The Impact of Newspaper Coverage on Evaluations of Presidential Candidates. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Memphis, Tennessee, November Presidential Elections and the Realignment of American Politics. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November Texas Judges' Attitudes Toward Merit Selection: Rejection of the Merit Plan, Approval of Its Underlying Values. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, November Coauthored by William M. Pearson The American States and the Presidential Nomination Process. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Houston, Texas, March Judicial Selection Methods: An Analysis of Texas Judges' Preferences. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Houston, Texas, March Coauthored by William M. Pearson Consequences of the Southern Regional Primary. Presented at The Citadel Symposium on Southern Politics, Charleston, South Carolina, March Congressional Elections in the South: An Examination of the Effects of Challenger Quality and Presidential Coattails. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, September

6 1987. Strategic Aspects of Southern Politics: Evidence from Recent Congressional Elections. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Political Science Association, Dallas, Texas, March When Politicians Switch Parties -- Conscience or Calculation? Presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, August Coauthored by Patrick J. Fett Partisan Realignment in the South: Making Sense of Scholarly Dissonance. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, Atlanta, Georgia, October Coauthored by Harold W. Stanley In the Trenches: Observations on Politicians, Lobbyists, and Legislative Staff. Presented at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Political Science Association, Charleston, West Virginia, October Virginia Politics: Odyssey of the Political Museum Piece. Presented at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Political Science Association, Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, October State Legislative Information Systems: Development and Professionalization. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Legislative Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, July Roll Call Analysis of U.S. Senate Vietnam War Legislation, Presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, St. Louis, Missouri, March Congressional Response to Executive Action in Vietnam, Presented at the annual meeting of the West Virginia Political Science Association, Huntington, West Virginia, October HONORS, AWARDS, ACHIEVEMENTS, AND SERVICE Faculty Development Leave recipient, Lamar University, 2011 Chair, University Faculty Salary Equity Committee, Lamar University Texas Faculty Association chapter president, Distinguished Paper Competition winner, Louisiana Political Science Association annual meeting, 1999 State Membership Chair, Texas Association of College Teachers, Lamar University TACT chapter president, and Lamar University Teaching Bonus Award recipient, 1995 and 1997

7 College of Arts & Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award recipient, 1996 Faculty Senate Budget & Compensation Committee chairman, Faculty Senate Executive Committee, Distinguished Paper Competition winner, Southwestern Social Science Association, 67th Annual Conference, 1989 Faculty Development Leave recipient, Lamar University, 1988 OTHER SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES Manuscript referee for American Politics Research, American Political Science Review, American Journal of Political Science, American Politics Quarterly, Journal of Legislative Studies, Legislative Studies Quarterly, and The Social Science Journal. Political commentary reported by C-SPAN, Charleston (South Carolina) Post-Courier, Beaumont Enterprise, San Francisco Examiner, National Journal, New Orleans Times-Picayune, Jackson (Tennessee) Sun, Port Arthur News, USA Today, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, The (Beaumont) Examiner, Bloomberg News, Corpus Christi Times-Caller, Quorum Report, Amarillo Globe- News. PUBLISHED COMMENTARY, REMARKS TO CIVIC GROUPS, BOOK REVIEWS Castle: Will Perry Run? Flip a Coin. Quorum Report. June 14, Will Perry Run? Flip a Coin. Amarillo Globe-News. June 12, Legislature Needs to Meet Annually. Corpus Christi Times-Caller. March 16, President s Team Could Learn Much from Lawrence of Arabia. Beaumont Enterprise. June 6, From Thomas Jefferson and James Madison to the Texas Legislature: Look How Far We ve Fallen! Remarks to the Sons of the American Revolution. Beaumont, Texas. September Rancor over Redistricting. Beaumont Enterprise. August 17, Competence, Controversy Likely for Cabinet. Beaumont Enterprise. January 14, Bush Picks Fight with Labor. The Examiner. January 11-17,

8 1999. Bushwhacked: George W. Bush and the National News Media in the Presidential Nomination Process. Remarks to the Sons of the American Revolution. Beaumont, Texas. February The Texas Governor's Race: Does It Matter Who Wins? Remarks to the Beaumont Founders Lions Club, Beaumont, Texas, June Pursuit of the Presidency. Remarks to the Walter Prescott Webb State Historical Society, Beaumont, Texas, January A review of Richard H. Abbott s The Republican Party and the South, In Journal of Politics. Vol. 49, No. 2, Summer FACULTY SALARY EQUITY CONSULTING Senior Research Associate, Hempstead & Associates, Austin, TX, "CSU-Pueblo Faculty Salaries and Market Equity: A Comparative Salary Analysis and Plan for Adjusting Faculty Salaries to Target Market Levels." Colorado State University-Pueblo, Faculty salary equity advising, Texas A&M-Texarkana Faculty Senate, Faculty salary equity advising, Stephen F. Austin State University Faculty Senate, Member, Lamar University Faculty Salary Equity Study Committee,

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