LTC(R) Bill Wattendorf
Ethics Branch Chief at the Center for Army Leadership
for 1985-1988, BS&L at USMA Instructor 8 years
LTC (RET) Bill Wattendorf is a USMA graduate Class of 1970, commissioned as infantry officer, assigned to Berlin Brigade after Airborne and Ranger training. Received MS in Psychology from University of Idaho in 1981.
Taught at USMA in Department of Behavioral Sciences & Leadership from 1981 - 1985. Served as a Science Research Officer 1984 - 1985 after attending Harvard Institute for Moral & Ethical Development, conducted research on cadet moral development over 4 years at USMA.
Assigned to The Center for Army Leadership at Ft. Leavenworth where I was Branch Chief for Leader Development and Ethics Branch. Developed materials for ethics training in military schools and ROTC units. Authored study on army Leader development for Army Chief of Staff.
Assigned back to USMA as Associate Professor in charge of Psychology Electives. Served at USMA in Dep't of BS&L from 1988 - 1992. Traveled to Peru and Venezuela as part of Subject Matter Expert Team (leadership and professional ethics) to work with senior officers in those countries.
Retired September 1992 with Legion of Merit.
Since his retirement from the Army teaching Psychology and Sociology, Mr Wattendorf has been an adjunct professor at Adirondack Community College.