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Edward G. Jacklin

Edward G. Jacklin, American educator. Member American Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic History Society, American Academy Political, Social Sciences, Pennsylvania, Jesuit Ednl. Association, National Catholic Ednl. Association.

Background

  • Jacklin, Edward G. was born on March 23, 1907 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Harry G. and Anna M. (King) Jacklin.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Woodstock College, 1930, Master of Arts, 1931. Licentiate of Sacred Theology, Gregorian U., 1938. Doctor of Philosophy., Fordham University, 1950.

      Doctor of Laws, University of Santa Clara (California), 1951. Doctor of Humane Letters (honorary), Villanova University, 1956. Entered Jesuit order, 1924.

      Instructor Alteno de Manila, Philippine Islands, 1931-1934. Professor philosophy, head Department, University Scranton, 1942-1944, dean, 1944-1948. Professor philosophy, head department college arts, science, Georgetown University, 1948-1949, dean, 1949-1950.

      President St. Joseph’s College, 1950-1956. Professor philosophy, Georgetown University, 1956-1961, U. Scranton, 1961-1971.

    Career

    • President St. Joseph’s College, 1950-1956. Professor philosophy, Georgetown University, 1956-1961, U. Scranton, 1961-1971.

    Membership

    Member American Catholic Philosophical Association, Catholic History Society, American Academy Political, Social Sciences, Pennsylvania, Jesuit Ednl. Association, National Catholic Ednl. Association.

    Connections

    • father: Harry G. Jacklin
    • mother: Anna M. (King) Jacklin
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    Born March 23, 1907
    Died August 3, 1971
    (aged 64)
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