About the Author

Dr. Andrei G. Aleinikov (Dr. Andy)

Named “The Most Creative Man in the World,” Dr. Andrei Aleinikov is a trend setter and pioneer of science, an award-winning educator, a Guinness World Record holder in publishing and a bestselling author, as well as a world-renowned speaker and presenter who brought fun, inspiration, and life-changing experiences to thousands of people across the globe. His world-wide crusade for saving geniuses, his original vision, unique fate, and dynamic presentation style have changed the way people see problems, creativity, genius, and themselves. As a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow (2003-2008), he ispired university students. As a designer of a unique Genius Education Methodology, he was interviewed by NPR and TV. Dr. Aleinikov was named an Honorary Citizen of Alabama and received top awards from the Academy of Educational Leadership (2003), as well as from the Russian Academy of Sciences and Arts.

Named…
“The Most Creative Man in the World” for his discovery of MegaCreativity and teaching it to thousands of students all over the globe
• “The MegaCreativity Man” by Dr. E. Paul Torrance, Creator of Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, “The Creativity Man”
• “The World Leading Expert on MegaCreativity” by Dr. K. Neethling, Founder of African Creativity Foundation

Dr. Andrei Aleinikov is a trend setter and pioneer of science. He is
• the founder of seven new sciences and two new fields of research (for comparison, top result in history: two new sciences by Wilhelm von Helmholtz)
• the discoverer of 11 new laws of conservation (for comparison, top result in history: two, by Johannes Kepler)
• the discoverer of MegaCreativity (ability of the human mind to generate over 1,000,000 new ideas per minute)
• developer of scientific definitions for creativity and genius
• the designer of universal model of sign, language, language consciousness and heuristic act
• (for more see bio)

Dr. Aleinikov is an award-winning educator
• a globally acclaimed originator of the Genius Education Methodology (GEM)
• discoverer of the Genius Impact Effect (GIE) – a one-time event that sends the person to the genius self-development path
• founding President of International Academy of Genius and School of Geniuses
• recipient of numerous awards and a nominee for the highest national honors, like The President’s National Medal of Science (2003-2006), and the US Professor of the Year (2001)

Dr. Aleinikov is a Guinness World Record holder in publishing and a bestselling author
• Guinness World Record holder in publishing for the fastest written, printed, and published book Making the Impossible Possible: 200+ Creative Ideas, South Africa, 2001 (15 hours and 46 minutes)
• a best-selling author of Mega-Creativity: Five Steps to Thinking Like a Genius (2002) republished by John Wiley and Sons in Singapore to become a bestseller in Asia in 2003
• author of over 140 books, articles, research reports, and papers on creativity, innovation, language, and education published in 8 languages and 13 countries, including Mega-Creator: From Creativity to Mega-, Giga, and Infi-Creativity (1999).
• editor of several ground-breaking books like Creating Creativity: 101 Definitions (what Webster never told you) (2000), The Future of Creativity (2002).
• initiator of seven “Instant Author” writing events that made over 900 new authors
• author of 10 articles in Encyclopedia of Creativity (1), Encyclopedia of World Education (2), and Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (7).

Dr. Aleinikov is a world-renowned speaker and presenter who brought fun, inspiration, and life-changing experiences to thousands of people across the globe, including 25 keynote and opening speeches for international conferences. His world-wide crusade for saving geniuses, his original vision, unique fate, and dynamic presentation style have changed the way people see problems, creativity, genius, and themselves.

EDUCATION

Master of Science (equivalent) in Strategic Studies
Air War College, USAF Air University
Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL

Postdoctoral (Doctor of Sciences or Doctor Habilis) Fellowship, dissertation completed
Thesis: Theoretic Foundations of Creative Linguistics/Creative Pedagogy
Military Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow, Russia

Postdoctoral Research
Thesis: Teaching Creative Problem Solving Research Center on Creativity, Russia

Ph.D. in Linguistics
State University, Tbilisi, Georgia

BA and M.Ed. in Foreign Language Education (English, German)
State Pedagogical University, Volgograd, Russia

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

In research:

• Discovered 11 new laws of conservation and offered new measurement units to research the expanding physical realms (1984-2011), including one law in collaboration with Dr. D. Smarsh and one law with Dr. R. Gera (Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California)
• Established seven new sciences:
o Novology, the science of newness (1991)
o Sozidonics, the science of creativity (1994)
o Geniusology, the science of genius (2003)
o Kaptology, generic science of communication (2006)
o Organizology, the science of movement organization (2006)
o Intensiology, the science of movement intensity (2006)
o Agogics, the science of leadership (2009)
and two new fields of research:
o Creative Linguistics, Sozidolinguistics (1988)
o Creative Pedagogy (1989), Creative Pedagogy + Creative Andragogy = Creagogy (1997)

• Offered a theoretical solution for the NASA’s Great Gravity Mystery (in collaboration with M. McFarland, 2008)
• Discovered and described the phenomenon of MegaCreativity. Designed the methodology for achieving the MegaCreativity level in a group and individually (1999)
• Offered a new (scientific) definition of creativity and genius phenomena (1999)
• Discovered and described the phenomenon of Genius Impact Effect (GIE) – a one-time influence that sends the person (child or adult) to the path of genius achievements (1995)
• Generalized practical methodologies into a universal model of creativity development and applied it to the design of Genius Education Methodology, GEM (1991)
• Solved a 130-year-old linguistic problem on the way to automatic translation (1983)
• Created a universal 4-side model of sign, language, speech, communication and heuristic act (1979-1992)
• Pioneered a systems approach to the phenomenon of function (1979-1982)

In other fields:
• Conducted training and development programs improving effective thinking and communication skills for 43 corporate clients and 16 private and public educational institutions.
• Designed and presented more than 300 workshops for children and adults on problem solving, creativity, and effective communication.
• Developed and facilitated 12 innovative courses, including three for undergraduate and graduate education at Troy University Montgomery, Alabama.
• Initiated seven creative writing events “Instant Author Project” for more than 900 children and adults. One of these events was globally recognized as a Guinness World Record.

HONORS (LATEST)

• Received the Distinguished Education Program Award for Innovative and Creative Education (team award) from the Academy of Educational Leadership, Allied Academies, 2006
• Received the George Washington Honor Medal–highest National Award in Teacher/Administrator Category, Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, PA, 2005
• Nominated for The President’s National Medal of Science, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC, 2003-2006
• Selected as a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, NJ, 2003-2008
• Nominated for the Horatio Alger Award, Horatio Alger Association for Distinguished Americans, Alexandria, VA, 2005
• Received a Medal of Laureate of Russian Academy of Sciences and Arts for Outstanding Achievements, Moscow, 2004
• Nominated for the U.S. Professor of the Year Award, CASE, Washington, DC, 2003
• Nominated for the Excellence in Research Award, MENSA Education and Research Foundation, Arlington, TX, 2003
• Received the Outstanding Educator Award for Innovative and Creative Teaching, the Academy of Educational Leadership, NC, 2003
• Nominated for the Charles L. Brewer Distinguished Teaching in Psychology Award, American Psychological Foundation, 2003
• Received the President’s Excellence (Professor of the Year) Award, Troy University, Montgomery, AL, 2003
• Nominated for the Educator of the Year Award, Electronic Document Systems Foundation, Torrance, CA, 2003
• Nominated for the Robert Foster Cherry Great Teaching Award, Baylor University, TX, 2002
• Selected as a Dr. E. Paul Torrance Lecturer, The University of Georgia, 2001
• Awarded a Guinness World Record Certificate for the fastest written, printed and published book titled Making the Impossible Possible, South Africa, 2001
• Nominated for the Robert Foster Cherry Great Teaching Award, Baylor University, TX, 2001
• Received the President’s Excellence (Professor of the Year) Award, Troy University, Montgomery, AL, 1999
• Named an Honorary Citizen of Alabama, 1992
• Featured in the state and national and international TV shows, radio interviews, and press media of Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, Virginia, Washington, DC, as well as in Brazil, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, South Africa, Thailand, and Taiwan.
• Presented at over 200 web sites, including The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, Marquis Who’s Who, American Creativity Association, American Society for Training and Development, Northwood University, Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com, etc.

EXPERIENCE

Founding President, International Academy of Genius
Major clients:
In USA: 3M, Dana Corporation; Procter & Gamble, Southern Company (Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi Power); Air War College, Air Patrol Academy, Senior NCO Academy, Ohio State University, Ohio Wesleyan University, University of Cincinnati, colleges and schools.
In Germany: The US Air Force in Europe.
In Singapore: Ministry of Education & Teachers Network; National Institute of Education, Singapore Institute of Management, Jiemin school;
In Pakistan: Management Development Institute, Teachers’ Development Center, etc.
In South Africa: Anglo-Platinum, SASOL, South African Assn. of Principals, Pretoria Chamber of Business
In Thailand: The Double Bill Conference of Innovation and Creativity.
May 1995 – present

Adjunct Professor
Troy University, Montgomery, AL,
Auburn University, Montgomery, AL
January 1994 – April 2006

Director of Innovative Education Division
Venturist, Inc., Montgomery, Alabama
August 1996 – December 1999

International Student
Air War College, USAF Air University
Maxwell AFB, Alabama, USA
June 1992 – June1993

Lead Research Scientist (part time)
Center for Creative Research, Academy of Sciences, and Center for Pedagogical Innovations, Russia
September 1989 – June 1992

Associate Professor
Military Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow, Russia
March 1987 – June 1992

Assistant Professor
Military Institute of Foreign Languages, Moscow, Russia
August 1984 – March 1987

Analyst, Senior Analyst, and Interpreter
Armed Forces, Russia
May 1975 – August 1984

English Language Teacher
Military School, Baku, Azerbaijan
May 1974 – May 1975

Private
Armed Forces, Russia
May 1973 – May 1974

Language Teacher (English, German)
Volgograd High School, Russia
September 1972 – May 1973

SERVICE (EDITOR)

Journal of Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies, Candler, NC
Scholastic Testing Services, Inc., Bensenville, IL
Alden B. Dow Creativity Center Press, Northwood University, Midland, MI
Mega-Innovative Mind International Institute, Montgomery, AL
Center for Creative Research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow
Institute of Linguistics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Books

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003). MegaCreativity: 5 steps to thinking like a genius. Singapore: John Wiley and Sons (reprint) – a best seller in Asia.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002). MegaCreativity: Five steps to thinking like a genius, Cincinnati, OH: Walking Stick Press, F&W Publications.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1999). Mega-creator: From creativity to mega-, giga-, and infi-creativity. Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Textbook for Psychology of Creativity, PSY3390, Troy University)

Aleinikov, A.G. (1999). Creating yourself: Creative compendium. Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Textbook for Psychology of Creativity, PSY3390, Troy University)

Aleinikov, A.G., Vornbrock, F., & Marable, B. (2002). A brief guide to creativity web sites and literature. Montgomery, AL: MIMII (2nd ed.) (Textbook for Psychology of Creativity, PSY3390, Troy University)

Aleinikov, A.G. (1997). Creative problem solving: Present, past, and future. Montgomery, AL: Venturist & Atlanta, GA: Southern Company College.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996). Creating creative teachers. Montgomery, AL: MIMII.

Aleinikov, A.G., Aleinikova, E.N., & Aleinikov A.A. (1995). IdeaLearning: A step to mega-innovative mind education. Montgomery, AL: MIMII.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1991). Osnovy radioobmena, [Fundamentals of radio communication]. Moscow: Military University.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1990). Grammatika sozidaniya i sozidanie grammatiki [Grammar creation and creation grammar–Creatively oriented course of grammar and history of English]. Moscow: Military University.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1990). ALEANDR – Testy po proverke tvorcheskogo potentsiala [Creativity testing program]. Moscow: Center for Creative Research, Russian Academy of Sciences & Center of Pedagogic Innovations.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1990). Tvorchestvo v prepodavanii i izuchenii teoreticheskih distsiplin [Creativity in teaching and studying theoretical disciplines]. Moscow: Military University.

Dissertations

Aleinikov, A.G. (1992). Teoreticheskie osnovania kreativnoy lingvistiki [Theoretic foundations of Creative Linguistics]. (Unpublished postdoctoral, Doctor of Sciences, or Doctor Habilis) dissertation, Military University, Moscow.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1982). Funktsii sub’ektnogo priglagolnogo infinitiva v sovremennon angliyskom yazyke [Functions of the subjective post-verb infinitive in modern English]. Doctoral dissertation, State University, Tbilisi, Georgia.

Edited books
Aleinikov, A.G. (Ed.). (2002). The future of creativity: Dr. E. Paul Torrance lecture series at the University of Georgia. Bensenville, IL: Scholastic Testing Services.

Aleinikov, A.G., Kackmeister, S., & Koenig, R. (Eds.). (2000). Creating creativity: 101 Definitions (What Webster never told you). Midland, MI: Alden B. Dow Creativity Center Press.

Aleinikov, A.G., & Lawrence, J. (Eds.). (1996). Future geniuses of the Earth. Montgomery, AL: MIMII.

Aleinikov, A.G., Malovichko, V., & Shmakova, L.E. (Eds.). (1991). Kreativniy menejment [Five-volume edition of Creative Management]. Moscow: Creator, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Sorokin, Y., Tarasov, A., & Ufimtseva, N., & Aleinikov, A.G., (Eds.). (1988). Yazykovoe soznanie: stereotipy i tvorchestvo [Language awareness: Stereotypes and creativity]. Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Initiated books (written by participants of the conferences and workshops)

Aleinikov, A.G. (Ed.). (2010). Genius writing: methods and techniques. Monterey, CA: International Academy of Genius and South Bay Writers Club, Sunnyvale, California.

Aleinikov, A.G. (Ed.). (2010). Wake up your writing genius. Monterey, CA: International Academy of Genius and Central California Writers Club.

Innovative Teaching: Experience and Ideas (2007). A DLIFLC book project written by the DLIFLC Commandant, Chancellor, administrators and faculty members at the Academic Council Forum, October 2006 (not published).

Aleinikov, A.G. & Neethling, K. (Eds.). (2001). Making the impossible possible: 200 plus creative ideas. Vanderbijlpark, South Africa: Carpe Diem Books – A Guinness World Record holder — the book written, printed and published in 15 hours and 46 minutes.

Aleinikov, A.G., Magee, J., & Spragens, L. (Eds.). (2000). And the world would be a better place. Franklin, OH: Franklin Jr. High School & Montgomery, AL: MIMII (written by 7th and 8th graders of Franklin Junior High School – published in 48 hours).

Aleinikov, A.G., & Spragens, L. (Eds.). (2000). Loving creativity. Midland, MI: The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center (written by participants of the 8th International Conference on Creativity in Universities and Colleges – published in 36 hours)

Aleinikov, A.G., & Wilkins, J. (Eds.). (2000). Megacreator in the nonprofit universe: Launch to excellence. Montgomery, AL: Presidents’ Council of Montgomery & MIMII (written by participants of the Presidents’ Council of Montgomery Annual Workshop – published in 35 hours)

Initiated books (written by undergraduate students)

The adventure of becoming effective (1995). Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Effective Communication, COM1110, Troy University Montgomery).

Designing a genius (1996). Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Word Origins and Usage, ENG2210, Troy University Montgomery).

Mighty colloquial pomposity power words. (1996). Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Word Origins and Usage, ENG2210, Troy University Montgomery).

Micro-dictionary of foreign words (Danish, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, and Yiddish). (1997). Montgomery, AL: MIMII. (Word Origins and Usage, ENG2210, Troy University Montgomery).

Initiated books (written by children)

Lawrence, Shawn (1996). When will it be? Book of poetry. Montgomery, AL: MIMII School of Geniuses.

Elliott, Taylor (1997). Run with the wind. Book of prose and poetry. Montgomery, AL: MIMII School of Geniuses.

Fields, Miriam M. (1997). Soul poem. Book of poetry. Montgomery, AL: MIMII School of Geniuses.

Articles

Aleinikov A. (2013). Approaches to creativity definition. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Creative leadership. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Creative linguistics. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Creative pedagogy. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Genius. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Novology. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Aleinikov A. (2013). Science of Creativity. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.

Aleinikov A. (2011). Creativity. Springer Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. (at http://refworks.springer.com/mrw/index.php?id=4379, see Sample chapters, Definition entry)

Aleinikov A.G. & Smarsh D. (2011). Eleven New Laws of Conservation: A Discovery of the Century. Academy of Strategic Management, Allied Academies, NC (submitted)

Aleinikov A.G. (2009). The NASA’s Great Gravity Mystery is solved by the 13-year old genius. [Velikaya gravitatsionnaya zagadka NASA reshena 13-letnim geniem]. Retrieved from: http://globalscience.ru/article/read/321/

Aleinikov, A.G. (2008). How GEGA (Genius Expectations – Genius Achievements) Supercharges Learning, Teaching for Success, 19 (4), p.1-2.

Aleinikov A.G. (2008). Kepler, Newton and Bartini shake the hand of the 12-year-old genius, Michaella McFarland [Kepler, Newton i Bartini zhmut ruku 12-letnemu geniyu Mikeille McFarland]. Retrieved from: http://globalscience.ru/article/read/212/

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007). The Conservation of Extencia: A New Law of Conservation. The Journal of Economics and Economic Education Research, 49-65.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007). Openness – It’s that simple. Republished by Teaching for Success (TFS) as “The TFS Classic” 18 (5) and (6), 15. First published in 1997.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007). Using the Method of Stupid Limitations to Create an Ideal Learner. Teaching for Success, 18 (5) and (6), 16.

Aleinikov, A.G. Genius Education Methodology helps creating a Nation of Geniuses: New horizons, awards, and rewards in creative & innovative education. The Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, Allied Academies.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004). New horizons in creative & innovative education: Genius Education Methodology helps creating a Nation of Geniuses. The Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, Allied Academies (Retrieved November 13, 2004, from http://www.alliedacademies.org/pdf/tunica03/pael-8-1-tunica03.pdf).

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, January-February). Spearheading the creative education in Alabama. Focus, American Creativity Association Newsletter, 4.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002). Educational system of Latvia, In World education encyclopedia (Vol. 2, pp. 770-777). Detroit, New York: Gale Group.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002). Educational system of Uzbekistan, In World education encyclopedia (Vol. 3, pp. 1524-1536). Detroit, New York: Gale Group.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002). New millennium launch of the creativity spaceship. Foreword. In A.G. Aleinikov (Ed.). The future of creativity: Dr. E. Paul Torrance lecture series at the University of Georgia (pp. iii-vi). Bensenville, IL: Scholastic Testing Services.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002). Novology, the science of newness, for creativity and innovation research. In A.G. Aleinikov (Ed.). The future of creativity: Dr. E. Paul Torrance lecture series at the University of Georgia (pp. 114-141). Bensenville, IL: Scholastic Testing Services.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001). Novology: The hunt for newness In T. Coste (Ed.). Creative Odyssey: Mind, body, spirit (pp. 49-53). St. Paul, MN: American Creativity Association.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2000). Creativity in defining creativity. Introduction. In Aleinikov, A.G., Kackmeister, S., & Koenig, R. (Eds.). Creating creativity: 101 Definitions (What Webster never told you) (pp. xvi-xxi). Midland, MI: The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center Press.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2000). Definition of creativity. In Aleinikov, A.G., Kackmeister, S., & Koenig, R. (Eds.). Creating creativity: 101 Definitions (What Webster never told you) (p. 13). Midland, MI: The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center Press.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1999). Humane creativity. In M.Runco & S. Pritzker (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Creativity (Vol. 1, pp. 837-844). San Diego, CA: Academic Press,

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996). Posters post gains in attitude. Teaching for Success. November, 4.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996). Super effective communication. Alabama English. Spring 8, 28-31.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1997). Openness—It’s that simple! Teaching for Success. September, 3.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1995). An approach to innovative education. Editorial. International Journal of Innovative Higher Education, 11, 5-7.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1995). How to take your class to the next level. Teaching for Success. September, 4.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1994). Sozidolinguistics for creative behavior. The Journal of Creative Behavior. 28(2), 104-123.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1991). Creative Linguistics for creative behavior. Psychology and Human Behavior Digest. 11.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1991). Creative Linguistics for creative management. Psychology and Human Behavior Digest, 12.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1991). Creative pedagogy and creative metapedagogy. The Progress of Education, July, 274-280.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1991). Kreativnaya lingvistika v kreativnom upravlenii [Creative Linguistics in creative management]. In Aleinikov, A.G., Malovichko, V., & Shmakova, L.E. (Eds.). Kreativniy menejment [Creative Management] (Vol. 1, pp. 227-268). Moscow: Creator, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Aleinikov, A.G., & Aleinikova, E. (1991). Stadii formirovania tvorchestva: vozmozhnosti universalizatsii priemov [Forming creativity: Potential for universal approach]. In Aleinikov, A.G., Malovichko, V., & Shmakova, L.E. (Eds.). Kreativniy menejment [Creative Management] (Vol. 1, pp. 269-296). Moscow: Creator, Russian Academy of Sciences.

Aleinikov, A.G., & Aleinikova, E. (1990). Formirovanie tvorcheskoy aktivnosti: psyho-pedagogicheskie i sozidolingvisticheskie aspekty [Forming creativity: Psycho-pedagogic and Creative Linguistics aspects]. In Y. Sorokin, E. Tarasov, & N. Ufimtseva (Eds.), Struktury yazykovogo soznania [Structures of language awareness] (pp. 70-96). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1989). Tvorchestvo i osvoenie yazyka [Creativity and language acquisition]. In Sbornik statey [Collected Articles] (Vol. 25, pp.5-10). Moscow: Military University.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1989). Sravnenie yazykovyh struktur i kreativnost perevoda [Comparison of language structures and creativity of interpretation]. In Actualnye problemy sravnitelnoi lingvistiki [Actual problems of comparative linguistics] (pp. 12-18). Moscow: Institute of Foreign Languages.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1989). O kreativnoy pedagogike [On creative pedagogy]. Vestnik vysshey shkoly [Higher Education Bulletin], 12, 29-34.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1988). Ob evristike actov kommunikatsii i modelirovania [On the heuristics of communicative and modeling acts]. In Yazykovoe soznanie: stereotipy i tvorchestvo [Language awareness: Stereotypes and creativity] (pp. 55-76). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1988). Tvorcheskaya lingvistika: obosnovania, problemy, perspectivy [Creative Linguistics: Foundations, problems, and perspectives]. In Yazykovoe soznanie: stereotipy i tvorchestvo [Language awareness: Stereotypes and creativity] (pp. 77-89). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1988). Znak. Chetyreh-storonnyaya sushchnost. Universalnaya tvorcheskaya model [Sign. Four-side essence. Universal creative model]. In Yazykovoe soznanie: stereotipy i tvorchestvo [Language awareness: Stereotypes and creativity] (pp. 89-115). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1987). Model rechevoy deyatelnosti: metodologicheskie aspecty izuchenia teoreticheskih distsiplin [Speech activity model: Methodologies of studying theoretical disciplines]. In Sbornik statey [Collected Articles] (Vol. 23, pp. 6-11). Moscow: Military University.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1987). Model rechevoy deyatelnosti i perevod [Speech activity model and interpretation]. In Teoria perevoda i kulturologia: metody i rezultaty [Interpretation theory and culturology: Methods and results] (pp. 27-410). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1985). Model rechevoy deyatelnosti v terminah teorii graphov [Speech activity model in terms of Graph theory]. In Rechevoe obshchenie: tseli, motivy i sredstva [Speech communication: Objectives, motives, and means] (pp. 11-21). Moscow: Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Linguistics.

SELECTED KEYNOTE AND OTHER SPEECHES

“Creativity for Leadership.” Keynote speech for the Navy Senior Leader Seminar (NSLS), Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey, California, December 2010.

“Genius writing: Methods and techniques.” A presentation on advanced creativity methodologies in writing for the South Bay Branch, California Writers Club, Sunnyvale, June 2010.

“Wake up your Writing Genius.” A presentations on advanced creativity methodologies in writing for the Central California Writers Branch, California Writers Club, Monterey, October 2009.

“Quantum leap to the world’s best education: Wake up the Genius in you.” Keynote speech for the 2nd International creativity Conference for Educators in Africa. Pretoria, October 2007.

“MegaCreativity: new field of research in creativity.” Plenary speech for the Expert 2 Expert Conference, Buffalo State College, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY, May 2005.

“Accelerating your organizational results with MegaCreativity and MegaInnovation.” Keynote for the Forum Leadership and Management Conference, Karachi, Pakistan, November 2005.

“Unleashing creativity: New thinking in a new world.” The 2004 Sagan National Colloquium Lecture at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio, September 2004.

“Never underestimate your potential: regaining your passion and energy to go beyond the breakthrough line.” A keynote speech for the 1st International Conference for Colleges of Further Education and Training in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, October 2004.

“Developing creativity and MegaCreativity to take you beyond the ordinary.” Plenary speech for the 10th Creativity Conference in Africa, Klein Kariba, South Africa, October 2004.

“Innovate or die! How creative and innovative is the business travel world?” Chair of the panel session for the Double Bill 2004 Conference on Success Through Creativity and Innovation (Incentive Travel and Conventions, Meeting Asia + Corporate Travel World), Bangkok, Thailand, October 2004

“Wake up your business genius!” Chair of the Peer2Peer session for the Double Bill 2004 Conference on Success Through Creativity and Innovation (Incentive Travel and Conventions, Meeting Asia + Corporate Travel World), Bangkok, Thailand, October 2004

“Global Leadership in Education: Singapore Genius.” Plenary speech, Teachers’ Conference, Singapore, June 2004.

“Out-of-the-box-thinking-GEEENIUS.” Inauguration speech for the Singapore International Affiliate, American Creativity Association, Singapore National Library, Singapore, August 2003.

“The genius idea: Igniting a global change with infinite potential.” Plenary speech for the 14th International Creativity Conference in Colleges and Universities, Northwood University, Midland, Michigan, July 2003.

“Going beyond MegaCreativity.” A keynote speech for the 8th International Creativity Conference in Africa, Klein Kariba, South Africa, October 2002.

“Genius Education Methodology.” Closing speech for the 13th Annual Convention, American Creativity Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 2002.

“Novology: Scientific foundations for creativity and innovation research.” The keynote speech for the Dr. E. Paul Torrance Annual Lecture Series on Creativity at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, November 2001.

“Creativity and innovation: How to jumpstart your business.” The keynote speech for Society for Human Resource Management Annual Seminar, Montgomery, Alabama, October 2001.

“Establishing a Guinness World Record.” A keynote speech for the 7th International Creativity Conference in Africa, Klein Kariba, South Africa, October 2001.

“MegaCreativity leading to breakthroughs in education.” Invited panelist speech for the Dr. E. Paul Torrance Annual Lecture Series on Creativity at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, November 2000.

“XXI Century needs MegaCreative thinkers.” A keynote speech for the 6th International Conference on Creativity in South Africa, October 2000.

“Creative thinking: Delete the mystery–insert the magic.” The keynote speech for the Presidents Council of Montgomery Annual Workshop Montgomery, Alabama, September 2000.

“Loving creativity.” Opening speech for the 11th International Conference on Creativity in Universities and Colleges on Exploring the Creativity Era Together, Midland, Michigan, July 2000.

“MegaCreativity = MegaAcceleration in development and training.” The keynote speech for the Chicago Chapter, American Society for Training and Development, Chicago, Illinois, May 2000.

“New speeds for the new millennium: Are you ready?” The featured keynote speech for American Creativity Association Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, May 2000.

“Creagogy and innovagogy: New sciences in the old field of education.” The keynote speech for the First Conference for Teachers on Creativity in the Classroom, Buffalo State College, State University of New York, New York, March 1998.

SELECTED PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

Aleinikov, A. & Smarsh, D. (2011, July). 11 New Laws of conservation: Expanding Physics Horizons for Strategic management. Proceedings to the Allied Academies International Summer Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p.130-131.

Smarsh, D. &. Aleinikov, A. (2011, July). The Universal Genius Business Case Analysis (GBCA) Method. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Summer Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p.132.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2010, April). Law of Conservation of Intensivity. Proceedings to the Allied Academies International Spring Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p. 3, New Orleans, LA.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2009, October). Genius Education Methodology (GEM) against Gangs. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Fall Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p. 1, New Orleans, LA.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2009, October). The Law of Conservation of Operability. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Fall Conference, Academy of Educational Leadership, p. 1, New Orleans, LA.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2009, April). The Law of Conservation of Maneuverability. Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Spring Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p. 10, New Orleans, LA.

Aleinikov, A.G. & MacFarland M. (2009, April). The Conservation of Flow: Eleventh Law of Conservation. LA, Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Spring Conference, Academy of Strategic Management, p. 9, New Orleans, LA.

Aleinikov, A.G. & MacFarland M. (2008, July). The New Law of Conservation of Flow Explains the Pioneer 10 and 11 Anomaly, Allied Academies International Summer Conference. NC.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2008, July). The Law of Conservation of Volupower Applied as a Nation-State Global Power Descriptor, Allied Academies International Summer Conference. NC.

Aleinikov, A.G. & MacFarland M. (2008, April). The Conservation Of Flow: Tenth Law of Conservation, Allied Academies International Spring Conference, Tunica, MS

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2008, April). Applying the Law of Conservation of Volupower to Global Analysis of Nation-States, Allied Academies International Spring Conference, Tunica, MS

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007, October). Nine New Laws of Conservation: Future Science Horizons. Allied Academies International Fall Conference, Reno, NV

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007, October). The Conservation of Expancia: Second Law of Conservation. Allied Academies International Fall Conference, Reno, NV

Aleinikov, A.G. & Smarsh D.A. (2007, October). Volumetric Conservation of Power: Volupower. Allied Academies International Fall Conference, Reno, NV

Aleinikov, A.G. (2006, October). Kaptology: the new science of communication. Academy of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, Allied Academies, Reno, NV.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007, October). MegaCreativity: Path to Greatness. Two workshops for 13th International Conference on Creativity in Africa. Pretoria, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G., Allison E., Lloyd G. (2007, April). Weekly Training Events: new horizon in computer-assisted language learning. National Council of Less Commonly Taught Languages 10th Annual Conference, Madison, WI.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2007, April). Producing a creative learner: methodological breakthrough in teaching languages. CATESOL 2007 Conference, San Diego, CA.

Aleinikov, A.G., Lloyd G., Whitmer S. (2007, March). Teaching translators and interpreters online: Self-study for high level productive skills in Russian and Chinese. Digital Stream Conference, Seaside, CA.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2006, October). Innovative teaching as a cognitive process. The Academic Advisory Council Forum, Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center, Monterey, CA.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2006, October). Kaptology: the new science of communication. Academy of Organizational Culture, Communications & Conflict, Allied Academies, Reno, NV.

Aleinikov, A.G., Allison E.N. (2006, October). Weekly training events: Innovative approach to advanced-level self-study of foreign languages, Academy of Educational Leadership, Allied Academies, Reno, NV.

Aleinikov, A.G., Gera R. (2006, October). Mathematical Predictions of Organizology, the new science of organization. Academy of Educational Leadership, Allied Academies, Reno, NV.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2006, March). A Genius in Every Student and Teacher. Workshop for educators of the Junyuan Middle School, Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, December). Genius in every teacher. Workshop for educators and educational leaders, Teachers’ Development Centre, Karachi, Pakistan.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, December). Accelerating your organizational results with MegaCreativity and MegaInnovation. Workshop for CEO’s and managers, Management Development Institute, Islamabad, Pakistan

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, October). Genius in every instructor. Workshop for the US Department of Defense, JROTC instructors in Europe and Asia, Garmisch, Germany.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, April). Organizology: The main unit of measurement for the new science. Proceedings for the Spring Conference, Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies. Memphis, TN.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, April). Geniusology: Scientific classification of genius. Proceedings for the Spring Conference, Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies. Memphis, TN.

Aleinikov, A.G. & Shepard, D. (2005, April). Genius Learning: Application of Geniusology to the course “Psychology of Creativity” (PSY 3390) at Troy University Montgomery (Case study). Proceedings for the Spring Conference, Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies. Memphis, TN.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2005, March & July). Genius in every teacher. Workshop for the USAF JROTC. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004). Geniusology, the science of genius: Theoretical foundations, problems, and perspectives. Proceedings (pp. 3-4), Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies. Maui, Hawaii.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004). Organizology, new science of organization: A breakthrough in scientific explanation of the world. Proceedings (pp. 1-2), Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies. Maui, Hawaii.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004, June). Novology explains the rise and fall of the Fitzgeralds’ genius star: Insights from the museum director. F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference. Vevey, Switzerland.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004, August). Teaching genius. Are you? A 4-hour workshop for the Southern Union State Community College. Opelika, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004, June). Geniusology, the science of genius: A mindset change. Pre-conference workshop for teachers, Teachers’ Conference. Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004, June). MegaCreativity and MegaInnovation for accelerating your business. Singapore Institute of Management. Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2004, May). Five steps to thinking like a financial genius. Presentation for the Comptrollers Regional Professional Development Institute. Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, November). The genius of chambers. Presentation for the Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama. Birmingham, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, November). Genius in every child. Workshop for the JR ROTC Instructors, USAF Air University. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, October). Genius in every leader. Workshop for the Association of South African Principals. Cape Town, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, September). MegaCreativity: Global leadership in education. Presentation for the National Institute of Education. Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, September). Wake up the genius in you. Singapore Institute of Management, Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, September). MegaCreativity: Five steps to thinking like a genius in education. Tribute to teachers. Synergyst, Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, August). Motivating students for high quality learning and entrepreneurship. A 1-day workshop for professors of Ngee Ann Polytechnic. Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, June). Genius in every teacher. Workshop for the USAF Academic Instructors’ School (Teachers’ College). Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, March). Genius impact effect: New horizons of education. Presentation for American Creativity Association Annual Convention. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2003, January). Innovative leadership. Presentation for the Class 2003, Air War College, USAF Air University. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, December). Genius in every teacher. Seminar for teachers-authors, Teachers Network. Ministry of Education, Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, December). Genius in every child and teacher. Workshop for the Professional Development Officers. Ministry of Education, Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, December). Wake up a genius. Presentation for business and educational leaders. Singapore.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, October). Discovering newness: Personal and organizational process that takes you beyond. Two presentations for the 8th International Creativity Conference in Africa. Klein Kariba, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, October). Advanced creativity. Presentation for the 8th International Creativity Conference in Africa. Klein Kariba, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, January). Change! Change! Change! Presentation for the Chester Fried Chicken Headquarters. Montgomery, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2002, January). MegaCreativity—a path to the future. Presentation for the Class 2002, Air War College, USAF Air University. Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, October). Becoming a MegaCreative achiever. Two presentations for the 7th International Creativity Conference in Africa. Klein Kariba, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, October). MegaCreativity for accelerated innovation. Presentation for SASOL. Secunda, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, October). MegaCreativity for achieving the highest results. Presentation for Anglo-Platinum. Pretoria, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, May). Accelerating innovation through MegaInnovative Mind. Paper presented at the American Creativity Association Convention. St. Paul, Minnesota.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, May). Novology, the science of newness, for accelerating innovation. Presentation to 3M scientists. St. Paul, Minnesota.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, April). Creative communication: Family with cultural diversity. Presentation for the HIPPY program, Montgomery, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, October). How to help as many people as possible as quickly as possible. Free space session for the Spirit and Leadership Conference. Proceedings. Greensboro: Center for Creative Leadership.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2001, February). Creative orientation: The fastest way to make students interested in your subject. Paper presented at the National Conference Connections 2001 on Magnet School Education. Montgomery, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2000, June). MegaCreativity: Innovative methods and techniques. Paper presented at the 46th Creative Problem Solving Institute. Buffalo, New York.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2000, October). 21st Century needs MegaCreative thinkers. Two 4-hour presentations for the 6th International Conference on Creativity in Africa. Klein Kariba, South Africa.

Aleinikov, A.G. (2000, October). Practical techniques for MegaCreative thinking. Two 1 ½-hour presentations for the 6th International Conference on Creativity. Klein Kariba, South Africa, 2000.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1999, June). How to stop the war against the future: New educational sciences for the third millennium. Paper presented at the 45th Creative Problem Solving Institute. Buffalo, NY.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1999, July). Third millennium—creativity and innovation era. Paper presented at the X International Conference on Creativity in Education. The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center, Midland, Michigan.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1998, March). How to create creative students. Paper presented at the Conference on Creativity in the Classroom. Buffalo State College, State University of New York, New York.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1998, November). Innovagogy. The science and art of innovative education: Theory and practice hand in hand. Paper presented at the XVI International Conference on Innovation in Higher Education. Los Angeles, California.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1998, July). Creative Pedagogy + Creative Andragogy = Creagogy (How to create a creator). Paper presented at the IX International Conference on Creativity in Universities and Colleges. The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center, Midland, Michigan.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1998, June). School of geniuses for children and adults. Paper presented at the 44th Creative Problem Solving Institute. Buffalo, New York.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1997, July). Creative pedagogy and creative metapedagogy on three continents. Paper presented at the VIII National Conference on Creativity in Colleges and Universities. The Alden B. Dow Creativity Center, Midland, Michigan.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996, October). First class science in the third world environment: The tragedy of Russians. Paper presented at the 14th Annual Meeting Association of Third World Studies. Troy University, Montgomery, Alabama.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996, November). MegaInnovative Mind Education: Launch to super results. Proceedings to the XIV International Conference on New Concepts in Higher Education. Vancouver, Canada.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996, September). Creative teaching. Presentation for Meadows Principals. Texas State University, Texas.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996). Innovative linguistics for innovative management. Proceedings of the Third Biennial International Conference on Advances in Management. Framingham, Massachusetts.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1996). Mega-Innovative Mind: Launch to MegaCreativity. Odyssey of the Mind. Proceedings to the First International Creativity Conference on Nurturing Creativity and Creative Problem Solving in Education. Washington, D.C.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1994). An approach to innovative education. The learning revolution. Technology reshaping education. Proceedings to the 12th International Conference of the International Council for Innovation in Higher Education. Melbourne, Australia.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1995). Hyper Efficient Language Program—‘First HELP + 2,000’. Sharing the Dream. NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Region VII Conference. Memphis, Tennessee.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1995). Creative pedagogy. New ways of learning and leading in the classroom & workplace. 2nd Annual National Conference on a new kind of leadership. Aurora, New York.

Aleinikov, A.G. (1993, May). Speech model in teaching English as a second language. TESOL Conference. Montgomery, Alabama.

INVENTIONS

Aleinikov, A.G., Aleinikova, E.N., & Aleinikov, A.A. (1984). Patent #1208404. Decorative Lamp — Winner of the Award “School Science in Inventions.”

Aleinikov, A.G., & Aleinikov, A.A. (1985). Design Patent #324. Device for accelerated learning of verbal expressions of time.

Aleinikov, A.G., & Aleinikov, A.A. (1985). Design Patent #335. Device for accelerating symbol recognition and reading.

COMMUNITY SERVICE

• Delivered over 1,300 speeches and presentations for chambers of commerce, for children and adults, including outreach programs, Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis, and literary clubs, Parents Teachers Association, American Society for Quality, American Society of Marketing Executives, USAF War Gaming Institute.
• Board member, F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Museum Association, Montgomery, Alabama
• Served as a member of Board of Directors, Good Morning Montgomery Kiwanis Club, Montgomery, Alabama.
• Served as a member of F.A.M.E. Board of Trustees, Booker T. Washington Magnet School, Montgomery, Alabama.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

• Academy of Creativity and Innovation, Allied Academies, NC, Founder, 2003-2007
• American Creativity Association, Alabama Chapter, Founding President, 2002-2006; Singapore International Affiliate, Co-founder, 2002-present
• Creative Education Foundation, Life Member, 1997-present
• International Council for Innovation in Higher Education, Canada, 1997-1999
• PDK (Kappan) International Association of Professional Educators, 2000-2006, Montgomery Chapter President, 2001-2003

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