Professor of Global Resource Management
Fred R. Schumann is a Professor of Global Resources Management in the School of Business and Public Administration at the University of Guam. Dr. Schumann teaches courses in International Tourism and Tourism, Policy, Planning & Development, and other tourism-related courses in the university’s business program. He oversees the University of Guam’s International Tourism and Hospitality Management program and serves as graduate faculty member in the University’s Professional MBA program.
Dr. Schumann holds a B.A. from Western State College in Colorado, an M.A. from the University of Oregon, and a PhD from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University. He has participated in various tourism-related economic revitalization projects with the University of Guam’s Pacific Center for Economic Initiatives (PCEI). Some of the PCEI projects he has worked on, either as team member or project director, include: Guam 2011 CEDS (Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy), Hagatna Revitalization Project, and Guam’s One Village One Product (OVOP) initiative. These projects were supported by Guam Economic Development Authority (CEDS) and U.S. Economic Development Authority (Hagatna Revitalization and OVOP).
Dr. Schumann is active in educating the community about the benefits of a well-managed tourism industry. He serves as Board Member of Guam’s Tourism Education Council (TEC) and Guam Sports Events, Inc. (GSEI).
Dean / Professor of Philosophy and Micronesian Studies
James D. Sellmann was born and raised in the city of Niagara Falls, N.Y. He was awarded bachelor's degrees in psychology and philosophy from the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and master's degrees in Asian religions and comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He was awarded a doctorate in Chinese philosophy from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He has published more than 60 articles in various peer-reviewed books and journals, such as "Asian Philosophy" and "Philosophy East and West." His book "Timing and Rulership in Master Lü's Spring and Autumn Annals," was published by State University of New York Press in 2002. He is the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences and Professor of Philosophy and Micronesian Studies at the University of Guam. He enjoys cooking and hiking.
Dean of University Libraries
Vice President, Administration & Finance / Chief Business Officer
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Bulan Wu received a masters in Organic Chemistry from Shanxi University, China in 2005 and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from West Virginia University in
Wu’s expertise is in the field of synthetic organic chemistry, carbohydrate chemistry and medicinal chemistry.
Her research interests are in the area of novel synthetic methodology development and synthesis of biologically active small molecules with potential application in medicinal chemistry (anticancer, antibacterial and antiviral) as well as SAR studies.
Wu’s hobbies include cooking, Zumba, yoga, hiking, boating, traveling, watching movies, and playing cards.