Joined 8 years ago from Stafford, Virginia
My name is Dr. J. Scott Frampton. I finished my Ph.D in May 2011 studying Public Policy and Administration from Walden University. I have been teaching for Averett University a little over 3 years as an Adjunct Instructor in Quantico, Virginia. My other college degrees include: BS, Texas A&M (Political Science); MBA, Boston University (Business); and MS, Naval Post Graduate School (Statistics). My research interests involve organizational behavior topics. My Master’s Thesis concerned pay-for-performance within a military framework and my dissertation analyzed how attitudes influence the performance of female Marine Security Guards. I have been published many times in the Marine Corps Gazette (the professional journal of the U.S. Marines) and most recently in the Public Administration Review (PAR). I have four children and a lovely spouse (Polly). I am a retired Marine and currently work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation. We live In Stafford, Virginia.
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