Robert Stanelle

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Well, for better or worse, this is / was my life. We all have our ups and downs but, overall, it's been a wonderful ride!

Now mostly retired in Green Valley, Arizona
Email: robertstanelle@yahoo.com - Web site: www.robertstanelle.com
Phone: (520) 225-0321

OBJECTIVE
Consulting / teacher training / administrative position in an international environment utilizing outstanding skills in management, organization, communication, teaching / training and multicultural understanding

SUMMARY
*Known as a visionary change artist who builds teams and develops superior departments and programs.
*Expertise in both corporate and educational worlds of career services, recruiting, training and counseling.
*Recognized skills in teaching, training, coaching, counseling and developing effective leaders.
*Outstanding presentation skills, leading workshops and seminars worldwide.
*Recognized by management and professional groups as one of the top recruiters in the nation.
*Demonstrated skills in utilizing creative ideas and concepts to effectively communicate with any audience.
*Proven well-rounded and diversified human resources business manager and administrator.
*Extensive travel and cross-cultural knowledge supporting overall communication skills.

EDUCATION
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE     Knoxville, TN
Educational Doctorate studies, Leadership in Higher Education and International Studies.
August 1994 – December 1998 ABD
Research: “El Silencio del Corderos: Images of the South American Poor”
Parana, Argentina, and Asuncion, Paraguay.  Summer 1995

UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE     Knoxville, TN
Master of Science, College Student Personnel, August 1994.
Research: “International Education at the University of Tennessee as Seen by Faculty and Administrators Involved: Perceptions, Analyses and Recommendations.”

BALL STATE UNIVERSITY     Muncie, IN
Bachelor of Science in Education, Double Major in Social Sciences and Physical Education & Health

WORK EXPERIENCE
OSHER LIFELONG LEARNING INSTITUTE of UNLV     Las Vegas, NV     1/14 – 11/14
*Taught World Travel for Seniors as a volunteer instructor.
*Presented programs on South America, Southeast Asia, Nepal and China to adult learners.

HENAN QIYUAN EDUCATION GROUP     Zhengzhou, Henan, China     8/13 – 10/13
*Served as external consultant for Qiyuan Private Primary School
*Observed individual teachers in their classroom setting.
*Observed both English and Chinese speaking teachers.
*Offered comments and suggestions to individual teachers to improve their classroom teaching skills.
*Led three group training sessions for all faculty.
*Interacted daily with a large number of teachers and students to gather thoughts and opinions.
*Recommended various changes in their physical facility to enhance teaching and student learning.
*Authored detailed report to school administration for improving their school.

INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL     China & Nepal     6/11 – 06/12
*Visited additional Chinese provinces and cities from Hainan Island to Beijing and west to Chengdu and Tibet.
*Spent three months in Nepal visiting from Kathmandu to Bhaktapur and Pokara plus Royal Chitwan National Park. 
*Rode elephants through swamps and high jungle grass while chasing rhinoceros in Royal Chitwan NP.
*Hiked in the foothills of the Himalayas outside of Pokara.
*Continued to demonstrate ability to communicate and adapt to different cultures. 
 
WUHAN TEXTILE UNIVERSITY     Wuhan, Hubei, China     9/06 – 6/11
English Program Coordinator, Department of Postgraduate Affairs
*Developed and wrote curriculum and text for postgraduate oral and business skills English instruction and training.
*Provided English speaking instruction with emphasis on proper pronunciation to postgraduate students.
*Taught business English and essential professional knowledge including public speaking, c.v./resume writing skills,
  interviewing skills, job search techniques and meeting and conference organizational skills.
*Recruited, oriented and trained American English teacher “Foreign Experts” for the university.
*Counseled students about programs and opportunities for graduate study, particularly Ph.D. programs, in the U.S.
*Promoted, assisted with and wrote cooperative and exchange agreements with various English language universities.
*Co-wrote and edited English sections of WTU marketing and promotional materials.
*Greatly improved my personal table tennis skills.
*Extensive independent travel experience throughout China including 32 provinces/districts and over 80 cities/places.

INDEPENDENT INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL     Ten countries     5/05 – 8/06
*Visited 37 states and nine foreign countries independently during this period.
*Southeast Asia travels included Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan.
*South America travels included Argentina, Buenos Aires to Ushuaia, and Chile, Punta Arenas to Santiago.
*Demonstrated ability to communicate and adapt to multiple cultures.
*Proven ability to pack and travel most anywhere within hours assuming no visa issues.     
 
BLACK HILLS STATE UNIVERSITY     Spearfish, SD     8/00 – 10/04
Director of Student Development
*Provided leadership for Career Center, Student Employment, Student Assistance Center (Advising/Counseling/Testing),
  Orientation/New Student Days, Disability Services, Global Opportunities, RSVP and university Federal TRIO Programs.
*Supervised four directors, ten additional professionals, four administrative support staff, four grant programs, and
  numerous part-time tutors and student workers.
*Led design and staff organization for newly relocated Career Center facility.
*Recruited, trained and continually developed staff in all areas of responsibility.
*Planned and managed budget of $1.7M, strategic marketing of programs, and all administrative activities.
*Established and developed part-time Career Center office and programs at Ellsworth Air Force Base.
*Utilized contacts, ideas, staffing techniques and knowledge to gain employment opportunities for students.
*Wrote, developed and assisted in implementation of plan for student teaching programs in South America.
*Managed design and creation of extensive web site and in house computer lab.
*Introduced new computer resource programs for student, faculty, employer and alumni use.
*Led development of extensive internship and alumni/student network.
*Designed, developed and promoted a variety of career-oriented developmental programs.
*Presented programs, workshops and seminars to students, faculty and interest groups.
*Co-chaired Global Awareness Committee and member of Advising & Retention Committee.
 
PAGENET     Salt Lake City, Utah
Senior Skills Training Specialist (Contract Consultant)     9/99 – 5/00
*Consulted with director and recommended action on staffing and employment issues in competitive environment.
*Evaluated classroom training instructors for major call center facility.
*Recommended programs, concepts and coaching techniques to improve training environment.
*Wrote, edited and maintained updated Siebel System Training Manuals encompassing over 900 pages.
 
GOOEY INDUSTRIES.COM     Novelty, Ohio
Executive Vice President (Sales & Human Resources)    4/99 – 8/99
*VP for entrepreneurial Internet firm developing programs for university career centers, students and employers.
*Led design of major portions of Internet site products to meet client needs.
*Utilized extensive personal contacts and fostered relationships with potential clients worldwide.
*Trained newly recruited director in all aspects of human resources as needed for start up company
*Established benefit programs and developed procedural manuals for all positions and employees.
*Wrote help text, prime subject matter and a variety of other information for primary Internet sites.
 
TULANE UNIVERSITY     New Orleans, LA
Director, Career Services Center   7/97 – 3/99
*Utilized contacts, ideas, staffing techniques and knowledge to gain employment opportunities for students.
*Planned and managed budget, marketing programs and all administrative activities.
*Hired, trained, supervised and developed professional staff.
*Managed design and creation of extensive web site and in house computer lab.
*Introduced new computer resource programs for student, faculty, employer and alumni use.
*Led development of extensive internship and alumni/student network.
*Designed, developed and promoted a variety of career-oriented developmental programs.
*Presented programs, workshops and seminars to students, faculty and interest groups.
*Increased participation in Center activities over 40%.
 
UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE     Knoxville, TN
Graduate Assistant, Career Services    8/93 – 6/97
*Delivered career service programs from satellite office on College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
  campus, with @1200 students at all degree levels.
*Presented programs regularly to classes, workshops and interest groups.
*Increased student participation and registration for services over 390%.
*Increased employer job interviews with students over 260%.
*Increased organizations represented at annual Career Day over 40%.
*Increased registered student attendance at annual Career Day over 125%.
 
Career Development Counselor, Lady Vols     8/94 – 9/95
*Counseled individual student athletes regarding degree choices and considerations.
*Advised athletes reference academic requirements and course schedules.
*Assisted recruiting through counseling prospective student athletes on career development activities and support.
 
Practicum, Liberal Arts Advising Center     1/94 – 5/94
*Counseled undergraduates regarding degree choices and considerations.
*Assisted individuals reference academic requirements and course schedules.
*Assisted with development of prototype major information guide pamphlets.
 
Practicum, MBA Advising   8/93 – 5/94
*Counseled MBA students regarding career options and considerations.
*Guided students with individual resume preparation.
*Led intensive workshops in interviewing skills.
 
TEACHER/STUDENT/WRITER     Jackson County, OR     @1 1/2 years
*Took personal sabbatical to cabin in woods after divorce and performed short-term grant work.
*Taught job search skills and techniques to dislocated timber workers under government grant.
*Led sessions in goal setting, mental attitude, resume writing, networking techniques and interviewing skills.
*Counseled caseload to fifty clients regarding individual life and job search situation and options available.
*Further developed personal writing skills.  Published numerous times.
 
REAL ESTATE AGENT     Scottsdale, AZ
Realtor     @2 years
*Consistent multi-million dollar producer as independent agent working the Phoenix/Scottsdale area.
*Exhibited outstanding communication skills in developing a worldwide client base.
*Counseled other agents and assisted in training of beginning realtors.
*Awarded variety of recognition plaques and certificates from various real estate associations for sales volume.
 
INDEPENDENT HR CONSULTANT     Scottsdale, AZ
Self Employed     @ 4 1/2 years
*Consulted on a variety of short-term assignments including searches, soft skills training, employee relations,
  outplacement and writing of policy and procedure manuals.
*Sample companies included White Technology, Reed Tool, Gary Richards & Associates, Shepherds
  Entertainment, Standard Aero, Merrill Lynch Realty, Century 21 Realty, etc.
*Also founded, owned and operated Looney Bin, Inc., a humor oriented tee/sweat shirt clothing company.  Sold
  designs to retail outlets in six states.
 
CONTINENTAL AIRLINES     Houston, TX
Director of Employment (Consultant)     @6 months
*Lead rebuilding of employment department for major international airline after cutbacks and bankruptcy filing.
*Spearheaded hiring of over 12,000 employees in six months.
*Recruited and trained staff to reopen airport personnel offices in Houston, Denver and Los Angeles.
 
DRESSER INDUSTRIES – OILFIELD SERVICES     Houston, TX
Manager, Recruitment, College Relations and Equal Employment Opportunity     1975 – 83
*Managed total recruiting function for Dresser Oilfield Services Group employing @5000 personnel worldwide.
*Recruited engineers, scientists, other technical personnel, sales, MBA's, management and executive staff at all levels.
*Managed staff and operating budget for up to 17 personnel recruiting for locations in 15 states and 16 countries.
*Promoted and maintained active relationships with universities and technical schools throughout U.S. and world.
*Instructed management seminars, interview training workshops, employee relations programs, and cross-cultural
  communication programs worldwide, resulting in significantly decreased employee turnover.
*Recognized by management and clients for superior recruitment, selection and training programs.
 
CURRENT ACTIVITIES
Osher Lifetime Learning Institute, Big Brothers/Sisters of Tucson, Community Food Bank of Southern AZ, Regular contributor to White Elephant, Arizona Wildcat Club.

PAST PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Alliance of Universities for Democracy
National Association of Colleges and Employers: National Board of Governors, Professional Development Committee
Rocky Mountain Association of Colleges and Employers: Board of Governors, Site Committee Co-Chairperson
Southwest Association of Colleges and Employers: Site Co-Chair, Program Co-Chair for 1978 Annual Conference
Southern Association of Colleges and Employers: Program Co-Chair for 1980 Annual Conference
Society for Human Resource Management
American College Personnel Association
 
HONORS & ACTIVITIES
Wuhan Textile University (2017) Named Most Popular American Professor in history of the university (highest % of votes). (2011) Named Honorary Professor of university for superior teaching. My book, “China: In My Eyes,” was given three page feature in “International Talent Monthly” (12/12), as published in Beijing, China.

Black Hills State University (2000-04): Global Awareness Committee, Co-Chair.  Advising and Retention Committee.  Amigos de Chicos de la

Calle - Parana, Argentina.  CIESTA, Center for International Education and Student Teaching Abroad, founder.  Relay for Life, fundraising for cancer research.

University of Tennessee (1993-97): College of Education Representative to Graduate Student Association, International Education Committee, Residency Classification Committee.  Dean of Libraries’ Student Advisory Committee.  Lady Vols Volunteer Recruiting Aide.  Chairperson, Books for Paraguay project.  Graduate College of Education Softball Team Manager.  College of Agriculture Faculty/Staff Softball Team Manager.

Recognized knowledge in recruiting/interviewing/selection fields, quoted in Wall Street Journal, National Business Employment Weekly, Graduating Engineer and numerous other periodicals. Honored by both NAACP and NOW for my minority and female hiring programs and achievements.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Extensive international travel and multicultural experience.  Have training in Teaching English as a Second language.  Speak basic Spanish.  Open to all locations.  U.S. Passport #505539267, expires16 January, 2025.  Enjoy travel, reading, writing, music, ping pong and a variety of sports activities. Ex-HS & youth football, basketball and baseball coach.

AVAILABILITY
Open as now mostly retired

REFERENCES
Edward Childs
Assistant Director, Career Center
DePaul University
1 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604
(773) 325-4339
echilds@depaul.edu
 
Miss Lin Li, Director
International Cooperation & Exchange
Office of Hongkong, Macao & Taiwan Affairs
Wuhan Textile University
No. 1 Sunshine Avenue
Jiangxia District, Wuhan 430200
Hubei Province
P.R. China
(86) (27) 59367538 (Office)
(86) 13971610378 (Mobile)
Fax: 0086-27-59367541
hxll@hotmail.com
linli@wtu.edu.cn

Mary Mahoney
Assistant Director, Career Services
University of Tennessee
100 Dunford Hall
Knoxville, TN 37996-4010
(865) 974-5435
mmahoney@utk.edu

Miss Zhang Xia
Foreign Affairs - Vice Director
International Cooperation & Exchange
Office of Hongkong, Macao & Taiwan Affairs
Wuhan Textile University
No. 1 Sunshine Avenue
Jiangxia District, Wuhan 430200
Hubei Province
P.R. China
(86) (27) 59367541 (Office)
(86) (27) 6277 5244 (Mobile)
sprinkle81@126.com

GRANTS/PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS/CREATIVE PRODUCTIONS
GRANTS
Hake, David; Jendrucko, Richard; Fryxall, Gerald; Stanelle, Robert; & Bamford, Charles.  Technical Training and Municipal/NGO/University Networking for Energy Efficiency in the Czech Republic.  Grant from USAID/Electrotek Inc. to work with Czech Technical University of Prague, Technical University of Liberec, and Technical University of Ostrava.  October 1996 through June 1997.

PUBLICATIONS
Stanelle, R. China: In My Eyes. Author House Publishing, Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A. September 2012. This work has been translated and also published in Chinese by Xinhua Publishing House, March 2017.
Stanelle, R. (Co-author) An Overview of Principle English-speaking Countries, Chapter 3, Canada. Central China Normal University, Wuhan, China. August 2012.
Stanelle, R. A Comprehensive Postgraduate English Curriculum: Thirty-two Weekly Lessons for Developing Life Skills in American English. Zhejiang University Press, Hangzhou, China. December 2010.
Stanelle, R. The Only Resume and Job Search Guide a College Student Will Ever Need. E-Book, Gooey Publishing, Chagrin Falls, OH. July 1999.
Stanelle, R. Career Services?  Yes, It’s for Underclassmen Too!   In: The Black Collegian, 29/1, October 1998.    

Stanelle, R.  Review of Power in Education: The Case of Maio University Students and its Significance for American Culture.  In: International Education, 25(2), Spring 1996.                                                                                          

Stanelle, R.  Review of College Teaching Abroad.  In: International Education, 24(2), 67-68.  Spring 1995.

PRESENTATIONS
“Translation & Communication Skills.” Wuhan Textile University Interpretation and Translation Team. Wuhan, Hubei, China.  October 2013.
“Quantitative vs. Qualitative Research: Where do you fit?” Jiangcheng College, China University of Geosciences. Wuhan, Hubei, China. October 2013.
“Excellence in Teaching & Teaching for Excellence.” Henan Qiyuan Education Group. Zhengzhou, Henen, China. September 2013.
“Planning & Presentation Skills for Teachers.” Henan Qiyuan Education Group. Zhengzhou, Henen, China. September 2013.
“Developing and Improving Your Creativity.” Wuhan Textile University Interpretation and Translation Team. Wuhan, Hubei, China.  October 2012.
“Public Speaking & Communication Skills.” Wuhan Textile University Interpretation and Translation Team. Wuhan, Hubei, China.  October 2012.
"Effective Teaching: A Student Perspective." Sarah Eccleston College Regional Conference for Professional Development.  Parana, Argentina.  May 2004.
"Beyond Teaching: Developing Leadership in Yourself and Your Students." Sarah Eccleston College Regional Conference for Professional Development.  Parana, Argentina.  May 2004.
"The Art & Science of Leadership." South Dakota College Personnel Association Annual Conference.  Rapid City, South Dakota.  February 2004.
"The Art & Science of Building a Career." (Careers On Wheels - C.O.W. Program) Presentation delivered at ten high schools throughout South Dakota, Montana and Nebraska from October 2002 - May 2003.
"Public Speaking and Presentation Skills."  Rocky Mountain Association of Colleges and Employers (RMACE).  Deer Valley, Utah.  July 2002.
"The Art & Science of Building a Career." (Careers On Wheels - C.O.W. Program) Presentation delivered at seventeen high schools throughout South Dakota and Wyoming from January-April 2002.
"Building a Career for the 21st Century."  South Dakota College Personnel Association Annual Conference.  Mitchell, South Dakota.  February 2002.
"Building a Career for the 21st Century."  Rapid City Public Library Staff In-Service Training.  Rapid City, South Dakota. September 2001.
"Public Speaking and Presentation Skills."  Midwest Association of Colleges and Employers (MwACE).  Detroit, Michigan.  August 2001.
"Utilizing Internet Technology in Building a Career CyberCenter."  Japanese Municipal Workers.  Black Hills State University.  Spearfish, South Dakota.  July 2001.
"The Art and Science of Building a Career."  University of South Dakota West River Graduate School.  Rapid City, South Dakota.  July 2001.
"The Internet Career Search and You: It's a Whole New Enchilada."  Black Hills State University Alumni Dinner.  Rapid City, South Dakota.  March 2001.
"Living Your Dream: Careers and You."  Upward Bound Visitation Weekend.  Black Hills State University.  Spearfish, South Dakota.  February 2001.
"Internet Career Search and You: A Whole New Game."  Spearfish Rotary Club.  Spearfish, South Dakota.  February 2001.
"The Systematic Job Search."  South Dakota College Personnel Association.  Spearfish, South Dakota.  February 2001.
"Interviewing - A Planned Event."  Black Hills Community Training.  Spearfish, South Dakota.  January, 2001.
"Public Speaking and Presentation Skills."  USIA International Humphrey Fellowship Program Participants.  School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.  November 1998.
"Funding International Programs for Students in Higher Education: A Creative Look." Alliance of Universities for Democracy (AUDEM), Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic. November 1996.
"Resume Building and Interview Skills."  Campbell County Government Leadership Program.  University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Services, Jacksboro, Tennessee.  July, 1996.
"Marketing Your Graduates to Business and Industry."  Presentation to visiting professors from Kasetsart University, Thailand.  College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, May 1996.
"Interviewing - A Planned Event."  Young Chemists Club.  Knoxville, Tennessee.  March, 1996.
"Interviewing - A Planned Event."  College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  September 1995; January 1995; September 1994; February 1994; October 1993.
"Professional Cover Letters and Resumes."  Minority Student Affairs Center Career Development Fair, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  November 1994.
"Interviewing - A Planned Event."  College of Liberal Arts, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  March 1994.
"How to Better Prepare Your Students for Careers in the Dairy Industry." Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists, Southern Branch, American Dairy Science Association.  Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee.  February 1994.
"Incorporating Ethics and Values in 4-H Leadership Programs."  Agricultural Extension Services, Jefferson County, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  December 1993.
"Developing Leadership in Agriculture."  Agricultural Extension Services, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  November 1993.
"Interviewing - A Planned Event."  Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  November 1993; September 1993.
"Marketing the Agricultural School Graduate."  Agricultural Alumni Council Annual Meeting, University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  October 1993.
"Improving Job Hunting Skills."  DeVry Institute of Technology, Phoenix, Arizona.  December 1985.
"Ethics in Recruiting and Placement."  College Placement Council National Meeting, Anaheim, California.  May 1983.
"Improving Job Hunting Skills."  Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. April 1983.
"Marketing Yourself in a Tough Economy."  University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.  March 1983.
"Maintaining a Positive Image on Campus During an Economic Downturn."  Southern College Placement Association.  Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida. December 1982.
"Marketing Yourself in a Tough Economy."  Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.  December 1982.
"Marketing Yourself in a Tough Economy."  University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Indiana.  December 1982.
"Preparing Your Students for the Real World of Work."  Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.  September 1982.
"The Non-Technical Graduate: How to Get Hired and Survive in a Technical World."  Rocky Mountain College Placement Association.  Annual Meeting, Rapid City, South Dakota.  July 1982.
"Career Opportunities in Personnel Management."  Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.  April 1982.
"Increasing Your Odds - Getting Your Resume Noticed."  Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona.  April 1982.
"Career Opportunities in Personnel Management."  Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana.  April 1982.
"An Effective Recruiter Training Program."  Southern College Placement Association.  Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.  December 1980.
"Oiling Gears for the Future: Job Opportunities in the Oil Industry."  Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, New Jersey.  November 1980.
"An Effective Recruiter Training Program."  Southwest Placement Association. Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.  September 1978.

CREATIVE PRODUCTIONS
Stanelle, R. G-Know-Graphy, Board game for teaching and learning geography. Versions include North America, China and Latin America. 2014.
Stanelle, R. Chasing Rhinos. Short Story.  In: OLLI Journal, 2014(149), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2014.
Stanelle, R. Death of a Virgin. Short Story.  In: OLLI Journal, 2014(152), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2014.
Stanelle, R. Tiger Leaping Gorge. Short Story.  In: OLLI Journal, 2014(156), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2014.
Stanelle, R. We’re Not Beautiful. Poetic Verse.  In: OLLI Journal, 2014(161), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2014.
Stanelle, R. Death of a Visionary.  Essay.  In: OLLI Journal, 2013(85), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2013.
Stanelle, R. Fruits and Nuts.  Poetic verse.  In: OLLI Journal, 2013(69), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2013.
Stanelle, R. Dances with Poets.  Poetic verse.  In: OLLI Journal, 2013(65), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2013.
Stanelle, R. Could It Be?  Poetic verse.  In: OLLI Journal, 2013(28), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2013.
Stanelle, R. To Grandpa.  Poetic verse.  In: OLLI Journal, 2013(21), University of Nevada Las Vegas, May 2013.
Stanelle, R.  School Children.  Photograph.  In: Phoenix, 37(2), 23, May 1996.
Stanelle, R.  Death 101.  Poetic verse.  In: Phoenix, 37(1), 12-13, November 1995.
Stanelle, R.  Death at Graceland.  Four photographs.  In: Phoenix, 37(1), 12-13, November 1995.
Stanelle, R.  This Loving Game.  Lyrics and music composition.  Big Wedge Music, Nashville, Tennessee, June 1994.
Stanelle, R.; Longmuir, M.; Childs, E.; Baker, K.; Carver, K.; and Wilkie, S.  Faces of Leadership. A video production.  University of Tennessee, Knoxville.  April 1994.
Stanelle, R. & Holland, J.  Just a Form Letter.  Lyrics and music composition.  Entertainment Services, Inc., Nashville, Tennessee, February 1993.
Stanelle, R. & Holland, J.  Don't Love You Anymore.  Lyrics and music composition.  Five Roses Publishing, White Sulphur Springs, New York, October 1992.
Stanelle, R. & Holland, J.  Full Moon Dance.  Lyrics and music composition.  Five Roses Publishing, White Sulphur Springs, New York, October 1992.
Stanelle, R. & Holland, J.  Hotter Than the Past.  Lyrics and music composition. Five Roses Publishing, White Sulphur Springs, New York, October 1992.
Stanelle, R. & Holland, J.  To Grandpa.  Lyrics and music composition. Five Roses Publishing, White Sulphur Springs, New York, October 1992.