Chuck Stewart received his Ph.D. in Education from the University of Southern California.
Since that time he has written almost 100 academic articles and fifteen academic books including a law dictionary (ABC-CLIO Publications), 3-volume encyclopedia on world culture and politics (Greenwood Publishing), diversity training programs (SAGE Publications), and environmental textbooks on the hazards of lead and mold in residential real estate.
He won the David Cameron Legal Research Award in 2001, the President’s Award from the Southern California Lambda Medical Association (1999), and multiple grants for academic research and writing by the Institute for the Study of Human Resources (ISHR).
He has been responsible for researching and writing a number of teaching curricula and textbooks including some used at the Los Angeles Police Academy. He is a respected author and lecturer.