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Stanton W. Green is Professor of Anthropology and former dean at Monmouth University. For the past 3 plus decades he has created programs that engage liberal arts faculty and curriculums with career preparation for the 21st century. He has focused on developing teaching methods that better match classroom learning with life-long learning and creating professional development workshops for faculty, deans and career service professionals on translating liberal arts learning outcomes into the skills and competencies required for success in into professional careers. In so doing, he has developed strategies that engage collaboration between academic and career services professionals through such activities as networking and career fairs, and alumni events. His scholarship in anthropology includes archaeological field research in South Carolina and Ireland, Geographic Information Systems in social science research, and the study of the cultural history of baseball. In all cases his interest is in culture change and its relationship with generational change. He has co-edited two books, published over 30 major publications, and presented papers and workshops at professional conferences and universities throughout North America and Universities.