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Daniel Clyde Jordan

Daniel Clyde Jordan, American association executive, educator. Recipient Theodore Pressor award, various grants. Served with Judge Advisory General Corporation United States Army, 1956-1958.; Member American Psychological Association, National Association Education Young Children, American Academy Arts and Sciences, Baha’i. Development ANISA, comprehensive educational system, 1969.

Background

  • Jordan, Daniel Clyde was born on June 2, 1932 in Alliance, Nebraska, United States. Son of Edward Davis and H. Melissa (Hartmann) Jordan.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Music, U. Wyoming, 1954. Bachelor of Arts, Oxford (England) University, 1956. Master of Arts (Rhodes scholar), 1958.

      Master of Arts, Doctor of Philosophy. in Human Devel, University of Chicago, 1960, Doctor of Philosophy. in Human Devel, 1964. Director Institute.

    Career

    • Research in Human Behavior, Indiana State University, 1965-1968. Director Center for Study Human Potential, U. Massachusetts, 1968-1980. Executive secretary American National Institutions for Social Advancement, Vista, California, from 1969.

      Dean School Education, National U., San Diego, from 1980. Member National Task Force on Nutrition Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1979.

    Works

    • Author
    • composer: ballet Metamorphosis of the Owls, 1962.

    Membership

    Served with Judge Advisory General Corporation United States Army, 1956-1958. Member American Psychological Association, National Association Education Young Children, American Academy Arts and Sciences, Baha’i. Development ANISA, comprehensive educational system, 1969.

    Connections

    • Married Nancy Crawford Blair, September 27, 1956. Children: Melissa Kathleen, Sara Margaret, Charlotte Blair.
    • father: Edward Davis Jordan
    • mother: H. Melissa (Hartmann) Jordan
    • spouse: Nancy Crawford Blair
    • children: Melissa Kathleen Jordan
    • Sara Margaret Jordan
    • Charlotte Blair Jordan
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    Nationality

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