H. Karl Springob

h. karl springob

May 23, 1930 ~ January 24, 2024

Leonia, NJ. – H. Karl Springob, Ph.D., passed away on January 24th, 2024. Born in Jersey City in 1930 he attended a local public school, graduated from Stevens Hoboken Academy in 1946, and subsequently received his Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts degrees from American University in Washington, D.C. and then his Professional Diploma and Ph.D. through Teachers College, Columbia University.

In 1949 the family moved to Palisades Park and in 1967 he moved to Leonia with his young family. He was married to the late Helen Patricia Jemison, loving father of Paul and wife Imanta (Bergmanis), and the late Christine Marie Springob-Nichols; loving Grandfather of Kyle M. and Laila C.

Dr. Springob was a licensed psychologist, educator and consultant over 40 years in various settings. At the time of his retirement in 1995 he was at Stevens Institute of Technology for over 30 years as Director of Psychological Studies and Student Counseling, and Research Professor of Management. Other academic positions included teaching at the CUNY Graduate School of Education and Teachers College, Columbia University, and held an Honorary Faculty appointment with the New Jersey College of Dentistry. He has an extensive history of newspaper and journal articles, reports, and books.

In addition to his work, Dr. Springob was an active volunteer for various causes. One of his longest involvements was with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation for which he served several terms as President of the Greater N.J. Chapter; member and President of the Stevens Academy Board of Trustees; pursued his musical interests through the New Jersey Chorale, for which he also served time as President; the Boy Scouts of America, as well as active membership in professional and community organizations. He and his wife’s long history with the CF Foundation led to recognition with the Breath of Life Award, his involvement in the community led to recognition with the William Colon Community Service Award from the local Knights of Columbus; and as an Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America he was recognized with the Outstanding Eagle Award from the National Eagle Scout Association and was a registered participant for over 80 years.

An Army veteran serving during the Korean War period he was stationed in the United States and Germany achieving the rank of sergeant. At the end of his active service he received a Commission as a Medical Service Officer in the active Army Reserve and left holding the rank of Captain. Dr. Springob held a Life Membership in American Legion Post #1.

Dr. Springob and his wife were longtime parishioners of St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church in Leonia, members of the choir, and where he also served on the committee to establish the Parish Council.

H. Karl Springob, Ph.D.
Historical

Education
Ph.D., 1962, Columbia University (Psychology)
Professional Diploma, 1962, Teachers College, Columbia University (Counseling Psychologist)
Master of Arts, 1952, The American University (Psychology: Counseling & Guidance)
Bachelor of Arts, 1950, The American University (Psychology)

Employment
Administrative & Professional Service:
1981 – 1995 Director, Laboratory of Psychological Studies & Student Counseling Services,
Stevens Institute of technology, Hoboken, New Jersey
(Also served as Chief Examiner for the College Level Examination Program &
Miller Analogies Test; Supervised G.E.D. testing center)
1968 – 1981 Manager of Counseling Services, Laboratory of Psychological Studies (also for
several years Co-Director, Center for the Management of Organizational
Resources), Stevens Institute of Technology.
1967 – 1970 Private Practice of Psychology (Part-Time)
1961 – 1967 Chief Psychologist, (later Director), YMCA Counseling & Testing Services,
(earlier name Vocational Service Center), YMCA of Greater New York, New
York, New York.
1963 Psychological Counselor, Columbia College Counseling Center, Columbia
University, New York, New York. (Part-Time)
1961 – 1962 Psychologist/Counselor, Laboratory of Psychological Studies, Stevens Institute
of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey. (Part-Time)
1961 Psychologist, Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, West Orange, New Jersey.
(Part-Time)
1957 – 1961 Psychologist Trainee, Veterans Administration (neuro-psychiatric hospital.
general medical-surgical hospital, Regional Office outpatient mental health
center and counseling office), New York State and New Jersey installations.
1955 – 1956 Field Counselor, Big Brothers, Inc., New York, New York.
1953 – 1955 U. S. Army active duty. (to rank of Sergeant, Infantry); 1953- 1955 U.S Army
Active Reserves (to rank of Captain, Medical Service Corps)1955-1964
Academic:
1969 – 1995 Department of Management, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken,
New Jersey.
1981 – 1995 Research Professor
1986 – 1988 Acting Department Head
1969 – 1981 Research Associate Professor
1963 – 1976 Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York.(Part-Time)
1975 – 1976 Visiting Associate Professor
1963 – 1973 Instructor (adjunct)
1967 – 1968 Graduate School of Education. City University of New York, New York,
New York.
Assistant Professor.
1965 – 1969 Springfield College, New York City Extension, New York, New York.
Instructor (Part-Time)
2.

Licenses/Certifications
• Licensed Psychologist, State of New Jersey
• Certified Psychologist, State of New York
• Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology
• National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology(Cert 14841)
• Fellow, Academy of Counseling Psychology #16
Professional Association Memberships (varying times over the years)
• American Psychological Association ( Div. 1,5,14,17,22)
• American Catholic Psychological Association
• American Counseling Association (Life member)
• Association for Assessment in Counseling
• National Career Development Association
• American College Personnel Association
• American College Counseling Association
• New Jersey Psychological Association
• New Jersey Counseling Association
• New Jersey Career Development Association
• New Jersey Association for Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and
Development
• Society of Sigma Xi
• American Association for the Advancement of Science
• Metropolitan N.Y. Association for Applied Psychology
• Metropolitan College Mental Health Association
• American Association of College Professors
• American Rehabilitation Association
• Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
• National Rehabilitation Association
• New York Ciy Personnel & Guidance Assoctaion

Professional Society Activities (Voluntary)
• Examiner, American Board of Professional Psychology (Meritorious Service Award – 1992)
• International Association of Counseling Services, Inc.; Field Visitor- 1997-1993; Board of
Directors, Northeastern Regional Accrediting Board- 1980-1986, Election Committee- 1992,
Membership Committee- 1975-1976, Board of Directors- 1991-1994, Nominee, President-
Elect-1991.
• Northern Regional Advisory Board, American Board of Professional Psychology.
• Member, Professional Advisors, New Jersey College of Professional Psychology.
• Reviewer & Charter Member, Awards Selection Committee, New Jersey Psychological Trust, New
Jersey Psychological Association.(1981)
• Member, Finance Committee, New Jersey Psychological Association.
• Trustee, Chairman of Nominations & Elections, Chairman of Constitution and Bylaws Committee,
Editor of Newsletter, New York City Personnel & Guidance Association.
• Panel Moderator & Presenter, Northeastern Regional Rehabilitation Counselor’s Association
Conference.
• New Jersey Rehabilitation Commission, Council for Counseling & Placement

Faculty/Departmental/Institute Service
• Member, Faculty Committee on the Library- 11 years, Chairman -1988-1990.
• Member, Faculty Committee on Student Affairs – 2 years
• Member, Faculty Committee on Appeals – 2 years
• Member, Faculty Committee on Admissions -2 years.
• Freshmen Student Advisor – 3 years
3. • Member, Retention Team – 2 years
• Member, Drug Free Campus Team – 1 year
• Member, Health Fair Team – 2 years
• Treasurer, Stevens Faculty Club – 3 years
• Chairman, Stevens Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research – 1987 -1995.
• Advisor, Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology) Stevens Institute Chapter – Founder &
Charter Member.
• Faculty Advisor, Alpha Phi Omega, Stevens Chapter -1990-1992.
• Consultant to various departments at Stevens Institute (e.g., Financial Aid, Student Affairs, Stevens
Technical Enrichment Program, Women-in-Engineering Program, Career Placement, Admissions,
International Students, Physical Education)
• Conducted Academic Effectiveness Training for undergraduate students and summer preparatory
groups.
• Membership Committee, Sigma Xi, Stevens Chapter – 4 years.
• Advisor to Stevens Committee on Sexual Harassment – 1 year.
• Chaired, Ad-Hoc Committee on Quality Teaching – 1 year.
• Conducted J.E.T.S. – N.E.A.S. testing.
• Member, Department of Management, Stevens Institute
o ..Committee to work on plans for new Technology & Society Curriculum;
o ..Committee (of one) to research available graduate student financial aid assistance available;
o ..Committee for Psychology course evaluations;
o ..New faculty Search Committee
o ..Departmental Student Advising Committee;
o ..Thesis and Dissertation Advisor.

Consulting
• Career Development Consultant, The Traveler’s Insurance Co.. – 4-5 years
• Career Development Consultant, Graduate School of Savings Banking, Mutual Savings Bank Assn.
-3 years
• Pre-Retirement Program Consultant, Johnson & Johnson.
• Disability Determinations, Social Security Administration.
• Consultant, Department of Prosthodontics, N.J. College of Dentistry, UMDNJ (Clinical Associate
• Professor)
• Member, Committee on the Use of Human Subjects in Research, N.J. College of Dentistry,
UMDNJ.
• Consultant, Physician’s Career Study, Union College, Department of Sociology, Schnectady, NY.
• Co-developer, “You Deserve a Better Job” program.
(also, speaker/presenter for various conferences/workshops/groups on variety of topics relating to
testing, career decision making, vocational/educational counseling, coping with stress, planning, study
skills, time management).

Recognitions/Honors
• Sigma Xi (National Honor Society in Scientific Research)
• Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology)
• Kappa Delta Pi (National Honor Society in Education)
• Listings in:
** American Men and Women in Science: Social & Behavioral Sciences, 12th Edit., 1973 &
14th Edit.1974)
** Community Leaders in America
** Dictionary of International Biography, 27th Edit., 1999
** Who’s Who in the East (various editions 1968 -1994)
** Who’s Who Among Human Services Professionals, 1997-1998.
4.
** National Distinguished Service Registry – Medical and Vocational Rehabilitation, 1967-
1968
** National Distinguished Service Registry – Counseling & Development
** Who’s Who in Science & Engineering, 2d Ed., !992
** Men of Achievement, 16th Edit., Summer 1994
** Who’s Who in the World, 12th Edit., 1995-1996
** International Who’s Who of Professionals, 1999
**Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award – 2020
o Division 17, American Psychological Assn., Distinguished Senior Contributor Award (Aug. 2000)
o William Colon Community Service Award, Carmel Council, Knights of Columbus (April 2008)
o State of New Jersey, Department of Military & Veterans Affairs, Certificate of Appreciation for
Meritorious Service in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. (Also, similar award in form of medal
from Bergen County, N.J.)

Voluntary/Community Activities
• Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Greater New Jersey Chapter (1970 – present);
** Member , Board of Directors (1972 – 2005); Executive Vice President (1973 – 1974);
President (1975 – 1980, 1982 – 1983, 1985 – 1986); Chairman, Executive Council (replaced
Board of Directors) ( 1992 -1993); Executive Council Member 1991-2005; Secretary
(1988 – 1992); Chairman or Co-Chairman various committees & fund raising activities;
President, Bergen County Branch (1974 – 1975); Editor & Writer, The Goldfinch, Chapter
Newsletter, 10 years; Recipient of “Breath of Life” Award for services. Contributor to and
supporter of Spud Foundation for Children’s Charities memorial golf outing in memory of
Christine Springob-Nichols raising funds for CF Research (2000-2005); w/Helen sponsors
of the 2006 CFF Fall Fling. Presented plaque 2006 for long term volunteer services (Helen
& Karl)

Boy Scouts of America
** Assistant Scoutmaster (1950-1955 { Acting Scoutmaster 1953-1954} ; 1976-1985);
** Scoutmaster (1985-1988); Member of Troop Committee (1988-2006);[Advancement
Chairman, Friends of Scouting Chairman, Charter Renewal coordinator, Troop newsletter
editor]); Unit Commissioner with earned Arrowhead Honor (1989 – 1994); District Training
Chairman (1980 – 1981); District Chairman & Vice President, Council Executive Board
(1981 -1984); District Publicity Chairman (1987 – 1991); District Committee member (1975
-1977, 1980 -1988, 1990-1994); Chair, District Task Force on Retention (1992); Member,
Council Executive Board (1984-1988); District Award of Merit Chairman (1991-1993);
Member, Council Advisory Committee (1988-1995); Member, Council President’s
Advisory Council (1995-1998); Member, Council Strategic Planning Group (1981-1982);
Member, Council Training Committee (1955-1957); Merit Badge Counselor (1957-1958,
1976-present); Chairman, Council National Eagle Scout Association Committee ( 2 years);
Researcher and Writer of a history of Bergen Council (reproduced and distributed by the
Council.) (Previously also wrote a history of Scouting in Leonia, wrote an updated and
expanded Leonia Scouting history, and subsequently wrote “The Boys Scouts on High
Point Hill”, a history of the Hudson Council Boy Scout camp at High Point State Park,
N.J., Participated in the establishment of a display and two historical “wayside signs” in
the Park commemorating the camp; Member, Wood Badge course staff (NE-II-88) and
several Scout Leader Basic Training courses; Leader of three Youth Protection courses.
{Recipient of District Award of Merit, Silver Beaver, National President’s Scoutmaster
Award of Merit, Bronze Pelican and St. George medal from Catholic Committee on
Scouting, Servant of Youth award from the Lutheran Committee on Civic Youth Agency
Relationships and the Lamb Award with Certificate of Commendation from The National
Lutheran Association of Scouters, Recipient of the NESA Outstanding Eagle Scout
Award. Special recognition from Troop 71 for 30 years’ services; Bachelor’s and Master’s
Degrees in Commissioner service, James E. West recognition; Eagle Scout with three
Palms and Life member National Eagle Scout Association; Council & District Member at
Large (c.1978-present); Camp Staffs. (Hudson, Bergen, Rockland, Northern. NJ Councils)
Pack Committee member of Pack 71.(2003 -2017);Troop 71 Committee (2017-present
Merit Badge Counselor for a number of Eagle required and non-required Merit
Badges.(Late 1940’s- 2020); James E. West Fellow, October 2000; NESA Legacy

Society Fellow, 2017.
o Stevens Academy
** Member, Board of Trustees (1971-1983)
** President, Board of Trustees, (1972-1983)
• New Jersey Easter Seal Society
** Member, House of Delegates (1973-1975)
• Member, Advisory Committee for the Career Clinic, Brookdale Community College, N.J.
• Member, Advisory Board, REACH Inc., N.J.
• Member, Advisory Board, E.V.E., N.J.
• Member, Professional Advisory Council for Counseling & Placement, N.J. Rehabilitation
Commission
• New Jersey Chorale
** Member; Publicity Chairman; President (3 years)

St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church
** Member of Choir
** Member, Committee for Mission
** Member, Formation Committee for, and interim member of, Parish Pastoral Council
** Volunteer in program for English conversation for foreign born (w/Helen)
o St. Michael’s R,C. Church (Palisades Park) -3 1/2 years as Lector /Cantor
o American Legion, Life Member (Post #1 Leonia)
o Member, Friends of High Point State Park (contributed twenty memorial trees for placement in
Park. In fall 2008-to Spring 2010, editor of the Friends newsletter “The Monument”.
Known Citations/Acknowledgements
o In: Megargee, E. I. The California Psychological Inventory Handbook. San Francisco, CA: Jossey –
Bass, Inc., Publishers, 1972.
o : Zytowski, Donald G. Contemporary Approaches to Interest Measurement. Minneapolis,
MN. : University of Minnesota Press, 1973 (Contribution and sponsorship of conference
upon which book based)
o : Souerwine, A. H. Career Strategies. New York: AMACOM, 1978. (Contributions to case
analysis.)
o : Herzog, A. I.Q. 83. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1978. (Consultation with author about
intelligence and intelligence testing.)
o : Babiak, P. & Hare, R.D., Snakes in Suits : When Psychopaths Go To Work, New York:
HarperCollins Publ.,Inc., 2006.
• Appeared on Cable TV on “the Vital Link” as discussant on career planning and
counseling, Summer 1979.
• Interviewed and quoted in articles in: Reader’s Digest, Medical Economics, Clinical
Laboratorian, New York Times.
• Article discussing avoidance of holiday stress based upon information from H.K.
Springob (December 1991) Published in: The Hoboken Reporter, Jersey Journal, Allaire
Journal, Bernardsville News, Independent News, Surf City SAND PAPER; also
interviewed for radio station WRKL-AM, Pomona, N.Y.
• Appeared on Public Broadcasting TV (NJN) on topic of college adjustment, study skills,
stress, homesickness issues. (Telephone call-in show, September 1992)
6. • Also referenced and quoted in articles appearing August 1991 in: Newark Star Ledger,
Asbury Park Press, Passaic Valley Today, Lakeland Today, Elizabeth Daily Journal and
in October 1991
.
Certificates of Appreciation from Lion’s, Rotary & Kiwanis clubs for presentations made
Writings/Publications
Springob, H. K. “Making the Next Step: After High School What?” Northeast New Jersey High School
Graduate, 9th Edition, 1994, pp.5-7, Spindle Publishing Co.
Springob, H. K. “Meeting the Critical College Challenge” Off -to-College, 1993 Edition, pp. 25-26.
Springob, H. K. “Preparing for the Challenges of College”, Northeast New Jersey High School Graduate,
7th Edition, 1992, pp. 53-54. Spindle Publishing Co.
.
Springob, H. K. “Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief…?” New Jersey Parent-Teacher, December 1991-January
1992, p.19.
.
Springob, H. K. “Decisions, Decisions, Decisions…!” Placement Manual. Santa Ana, CA.: Career
Research Systems, Inc. Fall 1989. (Also reprinted in 1990-1991 Pp. 12-13; 1991-1992 pp.16-17
Springob, H. K. “A Job Is Not Enough.” Placement Manual, Rahway N.J.: University Communications,
Inc., 1985. (reprinted Spring & Fall 1986-1989, Spring 1990, 1990-1991, and 1991-1992. Publisher
changed to Career Research Systems, Inc. Santa Ana , CA. during that period.)
Springob, H. K. Some Hints on Coping with E.J ’.s. The Stute, Vol. LXXXI, No.6, October 8, 1982.
(E. J’s = examination jitters)
Springob, H. K. Freshmen Orientation Tests: Why & What. (Part I, October 2.1981 p.1; Part II, October
9, 1981, pp. 1-2; Part III, October 16, 1981 pp. 1 & 8) The Stute.
Greenhaus, J. H. & Springob, H. K. Managerial Perceptions of Career Planning Information. Journal of
Management, 1980, 6, 79-88.
Johnson, J. M. & Springob, H. K. A Faculty Attitude Survey on Alternate Careers, Hoboken, N.J.: Center
for Management of Organizational Resources Report, January 1980. (Also referenced in Behavior
Today, February 1980)
Greenhaus, J. H., Springob, H. K. & Souerwine, A. H. Career Salience, Self-esteem and the Perceived
Adequacy of Career Planning Information. Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference, Eastern
Academy of Management, 1979.
Springob, H. K. Fears of dental Patients: Sources and Sauces, New York State Dental Journal, Vol. 41,
No.9, 546-553, November 1975.
Springob, H. K. Does Counseling Really Work? Clients React!, New Jersey Guidance News, Summer
1975, Vol. 39, No. 4, p. 10.
Springob, H. K. “Academic Pressures Found to be Tech’s Main Reason for Attrition.” The Stute, January
25, 1974, pp. 3-4.; “Frosh Psych Tests Used to Probe Reasons for Failure, pp.3 & 5.
Cinotti, W., Grieder. A. & Springob, H. K. Applied Psychology in Dentistry. St. Louis, MO.: C.V.
Mosby Co., 1972. (Copyrighted)
7.
On basis of presentation and discussion at Y.M.C.A. youth conference, an abstract of the recorded session
was published under the title: “How To Prepare For Your Career of Tomorrow.” Junior Scholastic.
November 7, 1972, Vol. 51, No. 9, pp.16-17.
Springob, Helen & Springob, Karl A Book of Favorite Recipes. A compilation for the New Jersey Chapter
of the National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation, 1974.
Springob, H. K. Aptitude-Interest Discrepancy and Personality Characteristics of High School Boys.
American Psychological Association, Experimental Publication Systems, October 1970, 8, MS# 306-6.
.
Springob, H. K. “The Youth Worker’s Role in Vocational Development.” American Journal of Catholic
Youth Worker, Summer 1968, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp.19-24.
Springob, H. K. Counseling and the YMCA: A New Approach. Association Forum, May 1965
Springob, H. K. “The Day the Doors Were Closed.” Association Forum, April 1967, pp. 21-22
Springob, H. K. “The Qualities of a Leader.” Association Forum, November-December 1966, Vol. 46,
No. 10, pp.21-22.
Springob, H. K. Report of a counseling workshop for Y.M.C.A. Secretaries (Executives). Reproduced for
distribution by the National Council of Y.M.C.A.’s of the U.S.A., New York, Fall 1966.
Springob, H. K. Counseling and the Y.M.C.A.: A new approach. VIEWPOINTS, Association Forum,
May 1965, 21-22.
Springob, H. K. & Struening, E. L. A Factor Analysis of the C.P.I. on a High School Population.
J. Counsel. Psychol., 1964, 11, 173-178.
Springob, H. K. “The Value of Evaluation.” Association Forum, November-December 1964, 25-26.
Principal writer, with technical assistance of Harold G. Seashore, of “A Manual on the Use of
Psychological Tests in the Selection for the Y.M.C.A. Secretaryship.” New York: Personnel Services
Division, National Board of Y.M.C.A.’s, April 1964.
Springob, H. K. “The relationship of Interests as Measured by the Kuder Preference Record to
Personality as Measured by the California Psychological Inventory Scales.” Personnal & Guid. J.,
1963, XLI, 624-628.
Springob, H. K. & Jackson, C. W. Measured Abilities and Inventoried Interests of Ninth Grade Boys”
Voc .Guid .Q., 1962, 11, pp. 37-40.
Springob, H. K. (The following appeared in the newsletters of several YMCA branches in New York
City.):
“Counseling and the YMCA of Greater New York.” Sloane House News, Vol. 32, No. 26, Dec.13-26,
1965, pp.1-3.
“Focus: The Individual Counseling” West Sidelights, Vol. 66, No. 10, Jan. 15, 1966, pp.3-4
“Focus: The Individual Through Counseling.” Life At McBurney YMCA, Vol. LXI, No. 12, p.3.
“Counseling: Another of Your YMCA Services.” Central Queens Columns, Vol. 26, No.10, June
1966, p.3.
Also wrote: Student Guide to Effective Study; Students Under Stress: Guidelines for faculty, staff and
resident assistants. (both printed and distributed internally at Stevens Institute.) A Handbook for Parents of
New Students was written but never published.; Freshmen Orientation Tests: Why and What in three parts.
8.
Springob, H.K. Article on the History of the New Jersey Chorale, Feb.-Mar. 1975, Entertainment Eye.
Various published newspaper articles for Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Greater New Jersey Chapter,
Scouting and the New Jersey Chorale from 1970’s to present. (No By Line)
Springob, H. K. The Boy Scouts on High Point Hill: A Brief History. August 1998 (Amended 2002).
(* Revised & published in book form as “The Boy Scouts on High Point Hill: A History”
Ridgewood, N.J.: Books by Bookends, Copyright 2005)
Springob, H. K. A Study of the Attitudes of Boy Scouts Toward the Selection of Patrol Leaders by the
Scoutmaster as Compared with Selection by the Group. Master’s Thesis, The American University,
Washington, D.C., June 1952.
Miscellaneous Reports
Springob, H.K. The Boys on the Hill: A Retrospect on Halcyon Days. (In three parts, Published privately
by writer, variable times)
Springob, H.K., Editor. Four Decades of “Cheerful Service”: A Composite History of Achtu Lodge #37,
Order of the Arrow (1928-1969). Privately published by editor. May 2017.
Springob, H.K. Brief Notes About Troop 61 of Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey. Spring 2017..
Privately published by writer
Springob, H. K. Some Guidelines for Programs of Fun and Entertainment. Compiled for Troop 71, BSA,
Leonia, N.J. September 2001.
Springob, H. K. A Brief History of the Bergen Council, Boy Scouts of America. December 1996.
(Duplicated & widely distributed by Bergen Council)
Springob, H. K. Strong-Campbell Interest Inventory Patterns of Male Mutual Savings Bankers. Undated.
Springob, H. K. Interest Patterns of Entering Freshmen at Stevens Institute of Technology. March 1995.
(internal institutional distribution)
Springob, H. K. Academic Comfort Scores on the Strong Inventory of Graduates from a College of
Engineering and Science. March 1995.
Springob, H. K. Career Interests of Engineering Freshmen—Another Perspective. April 1995.
Springob, H. K. A History of the Laboratory of Psychological Studies, Stevens Institute of Technology,
1945-1995. Hoboken, NJ: Psychological Studies & Student Counseling Services,, Stevens Institute of
Technology, September 1994.
Springob, H. K. Interest Patterns of Entering Freshmen at Stevens Institute, Spring 1990 (Revised & Up-
dated April 1993).(Internal institutional distribution.)
Springob, H. K. An Outline History of the Boy Scouts of America in Leonia, New Jersey. April 1993.
(Copy in Leonia Public Library history archives)
Springob, H.K. The Boy Scout Program in Leonia, N.J.: A Short and Incomplete History. May 2015
(Copy in Leonia Public Library history archives) (Privately published by writer)
Springob, H. K. Attrition in Scouting: A Council District’s Survey of Youth Separating from Scouting.
Report of Overpeck District Task Force. May 1, 1992 (District Committee & Council Staff
9.
distribution)
Shrader, T. “Dr. Springob Provides Profile of an Arsonist.” The Stute, December 17, 1991.
Springob, H. K. & Chen, K. Stress and the Stevens Freshmen., 1984
Springob, H. K. & Roig, A. Prediction of Academic Success at Stevens., 1982.
.
Springob, H. K. & Sorrentino, E.B. , Work Values of Selected Occupational Groups. Working paper,
Management Science Department, Stevens Institute, 1980.
Springob, H. K. & Perham, R. G. III, Academic Effectiveness Training at Stevens Institute of Technology,
1981-1982. Stevens Psychological Studies,1983.
Springob, H. K. & Kovenklioglu, Ling-Yuh Grace Lee. Characteristics of persisting, transfer and failing
engineering students, NSF Grant #G. u. 3530. Stevens Psychological Studies (After 1973)
Gottesman, J. & Springob, H. K. Analysis of the Participant Program Evaluation Questionnaire
Administered by the Hudson Consortium in August 1979. Dated 1980.
Gottesman, J. & Springob, H. K. Analysis of the Participant Program Evaluation Questionnaire
Administered by the Hudson Consortium in August 1978, Dated 1979.
Struk, S. & Springob, H. K. A Survey of Student Attrition at Stevens Institute of Technology: The Class
of 1976. (Internal institutional distribution)
Springob, H. K. The Outcome of Counseling: A follow-up of adult clients of the Laboratory of
Psychological Studies, 1975.
Springob, H. K. Differences between persisting, transfer, and failing students at an eastern engineering
college. Laboratory of Psychological Studies Monograph, 1974. (ERIC Clearing House on Higher
Education, Resources in Education, ED 200-126.)
Springob, H. K. & English, J. Employee Attitude Survey for First Jersey National Bank, 1973.
.
Springob, H. K. Psychological & Social Concomitants of Cystic Fibrosis. A presentation at the Northeast
Regional Rehabilitation Counselors Conference. June 1, 1976.

While at the YMCA of Greater New York, planned and supervised development of three professional
conferences all conducted at the Brotherhood in Action building, New York City.
# Utilizing Our Woman Power, December 2, 1965.
# Personal & Career Development in an Urban Society, November 17, 1966.
# Human Stress in Rapid Cultural Change, November 16, 1967.
Also while at the YMCA contributed to article by Lester Velie appearing in the January 1966 Reader’s
Digest. Pg.. 112-117.

At Stevens Institute, planned, developed and conducted four major professional conferences on testing
issues. Many speaking engagements at schools and various conferences. At Stevens also supervised 43
student research projects with brief published summaries of their research and served as Committee Chair
and Mentor for one Doctoral Dissertation.

Other employment experiences have included: seven years as a summer camp counselor, retail store clerk
and sales clerk for Sears Roebuck Toy Department at Christmas holiday season, credit & collections agent,
factory laborer, door to door magazine sales as youth.
(Updated :- 2021)

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