Paul Rux

Dr. Rux is a seasoned onsite and online course designer and teacher: Upper Iowa University, 1996-present (12 Year Outstanding Service Award) and Lakeland College, 2001-present.

He founded and leads Paul Rux Associates, Inc., a management consulting firm, 1999-present. He was Assistant Director of the five-county Southwest Wisconsin Library System 1992-1998. He designed, funded and implemented a $1-million WAN for the System, which won awards from the Wisconsin State Senate, Governor and State Telecommunications Association.

Dr. Rux was a K-12 school administrator 1980-1991 and holds a K-12 school district administrator’s license from the State of New York. He was a junior-senior high school teacher 1970-1979 and holds Illinois 7-12 and K-12 library/IMC director’s licenses. He also holds teaching licenses from the Province of Ontario, Canada.

Dr. Rux has published on topics like management, technology and funding in journals such as Fund Raising ManagementCorporate Report WisconsinYearbook of the International Engineering Consortium(IEC), Milwaukee Business JournalThe Freeman (Foundation for Economic Education), Technology ConnectionHistory and Social Science Teacher, and The Futurist. In 1993, he published Skills for Life, a guide to teaching Information Age skills.

His research interests include Future Studies. In 1996, he was a guest speaker at the international convention of the World Future Society and currently serves on the State Leadership Council of the National Federation of Independent Business/Wisconsin. Since 2004, he has also served as a planner and judge for the Wisconsin Business Ethics Award. The Wisconsin State Public Service Commission appointed Dr. Rux to its Universal Service Fund Council, 1996-2004.

Dr. Rux is listed in Who’s Who in AmericaWho’s Who in Business and Finance and Who’s Who in American Education.