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Joseph Hartt Walsh

Joseph Hartt Walsh, American educator. member Executive Board Indiana Congress Parent Teacher Association, 1955-1958.; Member Wisconsin Education Association (Vice-President 1938), Indiana Schoolmen’s; Mason (32 degree, Shriner), Knights of Pythias.

Background

  • Walsh, Joseph Hartt was born on April 23, 1902 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Joseph J. and Laura A. (Hartt) Walsh.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, 1927. Bachelor of Philosophy, Ripon (Wisconsin) College, 1927. A.M., University of Minnesota, 1934.

      Doctor of Philosophy, University Wisconsin, 1945.

    Career

    • Principal schools, Arkansaw, Wisconsin, 1924-1926, Junior-Senior High School, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1928-1929. Production manager Textile Mill., Nashville, 1929-1930. Superintendent schools, Fulda, Minnesota, 1931-1934.

      Senior high school teacher, Wauwatosa Wisconsin, 1927-1928, 34-35. Superintendent schools, Lancaster, Wisconsin, 1935-1940. Chief educational consultant United States Army Air Force Technology Training Command.

      Truax Field, 1942-1943. United States Navy V-12 college training program Universities of Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, Iowa State College. Commanding officer S.E. Missouri State College, Washington and St. Louis universities, 1943-1946.

      Director curriculum research USAFI, 1946. Associate professor education Washington University, 1946-1948. Dean Butler U. College Education, Indianapolis, 1948-1968, dean emeritus, 1968-1975.

      Conservation to George F. Crame Map & Globe Company. Former editor Croft publications, Child Life magazine Chairman finance committee Indiana White House Conference on Education, 1955. Member Executive Board Indiana Congress Parent Teacher Association, 1955-1958.

    Works

    • Author: Teaching in a Divided World, 1950. Education in 2000 A.D. Wither American Higher Education?.

      Geography in the World Beyond Tomorrow, 1961, review. The Curriculum and the World Beyond Tomorrow, 1961. Cram Student Atlas of Earth Science and Outer Space, 1971.

      Others. Contributor and editor to Child Life magazine, World Book Encyclopedia, articles to educational journals.

    Membership

    Member Executive Board Indiana Congress Parent Teacher Association, 1955-1958. Member Wisconsin Education Association (Vice-President 1938), Indiana Schoolmen’s. Mason (32 degree, Shriner), Knights of Pythias.

    Connections

    • Married Nettie L. Stokes, September 29, 1930.
    • father: Joseph J. Walsh
    • mother: Laura A. (Hartt) Walsh
    • spouse: Nettie L. Stokes
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    Died June 30, 1975
    (aged 73)
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