Title: Educator, Researcher
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
David Golden, Educator and Researcher, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in physics and research-based education.
Since 2004, Dr. Golden has served as the CEO and President of the Say It Straight Foundation. Along with his wife, Dr. Golden works to research and train in the prevention of high risk and destructive behaviors while promoting wellness, enhancing treatment and sustaining recovery. Dr. Golden comes from a strong background in physics, having worked, taught and researched in the industry. Furthermore, he holds several patents in the field. Prior to coming aboard Say It Straight Foundation, Dr. Golden taught at a number of universities. He started as an assistant professor at New York University and then Adelphia University. He has also served as an engineering specialist at GTE Laboratory and staff scientist at Lockheed Laboratory. Dr. Golden has taught at the University of Bari, University of Nebraska, University of Oklahoma and the University of North Texas. He originally joined Say It Straight Foundation as a senior consultant I 1982.
Dr. Golden studied at New York University, earning an AB in 1954 and a PhD in physics in 1960. Throughout his career, he has contributed to articles, books and professional journals. He is the co-author of 2018’s “BEING Within-Between-Among-Beyond.” He has been a grantee of various organizations and was a fellow of the Centennial Education Program at the University of Nebraska. Dr. Golden has consulted for the Autometric Division of Paramount Pictures, Tracor, the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing, Texas Instruments, Motorola and Charles Evans & Associates. Dr. Golden was an honorary lecturer for the Mid-American State University Association from 1982 to 1983.
Dr. Golden has maintained professional affiliation with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the Materials Research Society, Sigma Xi and Kiwanis. He has also been a fellow of the American Physical Society.
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