Professor Gerald Bubis is the Founding Director of the School of Jewish Communal Service and the Alfred Gottschalk Professor Emeritus of Jewish Communal Studies. He has been a visiting scholar at Hebrew University, Brandeis University, American Jewish University, U.C.L.A., and Haifa University. He has been a consultant, trainer and lecturer for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Israel, Europe and Argentina. He also has served as a consultant, lecturer, and scholar-in-residence in synagogues, temples, JCCs, federations and national and international organizations in over 100 communities here and abroad. He has served as an officer and board member in over a dozen organizations throughout the world.
Growing Jews - Selected Writings, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Los Angeles, California, 2001, 495 pages.
The Costs of Jewish Living, American Jewish Committee, NY, 2002. 28 pages.
From Predictability to Chaos? A study of the merger process leading to the formation of the United Jewish Communities (with Steven Windmueller), Jewish Community Studies, Baltimore, MD, 2005, 160 pages.
Guide Yourself Accordingly: A Memoir With Gordon Cohn, Los Angeles, CA, 2005, 285 pages.
The Director Had a Heart Attack and the President Resigned: Board-Staff Relations for the 21st Century, Revised Edition, Lincoln, NE, 2007.
Chapter, Jewish Awakening and Jewish Education,Torah Aura Productions, Los Angeles, CA, 2008.