I have been a professor at the University of Hawaii since 2001. Prior to that I was Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Mandel School for Applied Social Sciences at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. I am currently working on restorative justice in child protection, virtue ethics in the helping professions, and classroom assessment to promote better teaching and learning.
I am married to Kelli Steele Adams and have a five-year old son in addition to an adult daughter by my first marriage (a medical editor in Jersey City, NJ). My brother, sister, and sister's family still live in Brighton and I visit when I can.
It was a pleasure to find this website, which I did while checking on the whereabouts and achievements of Robert Skidelsky (now Lord and professor) who was head boy in my day at the College. Until now, I have not been in touch with the College in more than four decades.