Prof. Aqueil Ahmad

Elon University, USA




2006-2014 Professor, Walden University, Minneapolis

1995-2005 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of North Carolina – Greensboro (UNCG)

1988-1991 Senior Associate, Southern Technology Council of the Southern Growth Policies Board, North Carolina

1963 Ph.D., (social psychology), Aligarh University, India

1956 M.S., (psychology), Aligarh University, India

1954 B.S., (chemistry, zoology, botany), Aligarh University, India

Publications (selected)

  1. Globalization of Science and Technology through Research and Development, Open Journal of Social Sciences, Vol.2, No.4, April 2, 2014.
  2. Redefining Globalization, Journal of Globalization Studies, Vol.3, No.2, 2012.
  3. Technology, Industry, and Society in the Peoples’ Republic of China: Past, Present, and the Future–Lessons for the World, Sociology of Science & Technology, 2, 4, Nov.2011. (Publication of the Institute for the History of Science and Technology–the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg).
  4. Globalization of Nuclear Technology and Threat: Myth and Reality, International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 46, 1, April 2009, pp.92-111.
  5. India and China: Conflict, Competition, and Cooperation in the Age of Globalization, Globalization, Second Special Issue, December 2007 (online).
  6. (with Michael Sileno): Pre-and Post-9/11 Sociological Response to Terrorism, International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, 42, 2, October 2005.
  7. Science and Society in Cuba in the Context of Techno-Economic Globalization, Journal of Business Chemistry, 2, 3, September, 2005. (
  8. Globalization, Without Global Consciousness, Humanity & Society, 27, 2, May 2003.
  9. An Exploratory, Comparative Perspective on the Dynamics of Conflict in American Professional Organizations, The Journal of Applied Sociology, 20, 2, 2003 and Sociological Practice, 5, 2, 2003.
  10. A Conceptual and Clinical Model of Youth Violence in America, Special Joint Issue: The Journal of Applied Sociology, 20, 1, 2003; and Sociological Practice, 5, 1, 2003.
  11. Globalization and the Developing Countries, with Especial Reference to Cuba, Globalization, 1, 1, fall 2001, 27 pages. (
  12. Powerful Reaction to Powerlessness, Peace Review, 8, 10, September. 1996.
  13. (with Arthur Wilke) The Extent and Intensity of Conflict in Indian Research Settings, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 49, August 1990.
  14. The Making of S&T Policy in the Southern States, Southern Technology Council, Southern Growth Policies Board, Alert, No.29, October 1989.
  15. Evaluating Appropriate Technology for Development: Before and After, Evaluation Review,13, 3, June 1989.
  16. (with M. Radnor and J. Strauss) Technology Transfer from Japan Aids Small Business in Illinois, Commerce, August 1986.
  17. New Information Technology in India: The Electronics Riddle, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 29, 4, July 1986.
  18. Western Science and Technology in Non‑Western Cultures, Science and Public Policy, 13, 2, April 1986.
  19. Scientific Community in India: An Elusive Trademark, Bulletin of Sciences, 1, 6, April‑May 1985.
  20. Building Indigenous Capacity in Advanced Technologies, Third World Affairs 1985, pp.26-35.
  21. The Politics of Science Policy Making in India, Science and Public Policy, 12, 5, October 1985(From the 46th National Conference of American Society for Public Administration, Indianapolis, Indiana, March 23‑27, 1985).
  22. Toward Closer Links between Science and Society in India: A Futuristic Formula, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 25, 3, May 1984.

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