Academics at Prescott College
Jim Stuckey, Ph.D.
Jim's professional experience began as a high school teacher of mathematics, general science, and physics. He was an instructor and program director during the very early years at Colorado Outward Bound School. He worked two years for the Atomic Energy Commission as a lecturer and teacher of basic nuclear physics and non-military applications of nuclear energy. He taught Educational Psychology (graduate and undergraduate) for the American University, in Washington, D.C. He came to Prescott College in the fall of 1971 to teach in the College's Leadership Institute, and served as President of the College from 1975 to 1983. He left Prescott to help found Presidio World College (Now, Presidio World University), in San Francisco. He returned to Arizona to serve as Dean of the Superstition Mountain Campus of Central Arizona College, and finally made his way back to Prescott College.
In 2012, the Board of Trustees of Prescott College named Jim , President Emeritus of Prescott College.