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Charles Francis Hunter

Charles Francis Hunter, American educator. Recipient 1st award (for Live and Learn) Institute Education by Radio-television, Ohio State University, 1954. Member Speech Association American, Central States Speech Association, Association Professional Broadcast Education, International Broadcasters Society (advisory board editors).

Background

  • Hunter, Charles Francis was born on October 24, 1913 in Morely, Missouri, United States. Son of John Jackson and Nancy (McMullin) Hunter.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Education, Bachelor of Arts, S.E. Missouri State College, Cape Girardeau, 1935. The Master of Philisophy, University of Wisconsin, 1937. Doctor of Philosophy., Cornell Univercity, 1942.

    Career

    • Assistant professor speech U. Missouri, 1942-1944. Director radio U. Missouri at Kansas City, 1945-1947. Assistant professor radio Northwestern University, 1947, professor, department chairman radio-television-film, 1958-1975.

      Education producer NBC, Chicago, 1952-1964. Area coordinator Midwest program airborne television, Lafayette, Indiana, 1961-1964. Joint professor education School Education, Northwestern University, 1964-1975.

      Scon. in field, 1960-1975.

    Works

    • Author articles in field.

    Membership

    Member Speech Association American, Central States Speech Association, Association Professional Broadcast Education, International Broadcasters Society (advisory board editors).

    Connections

    • Married Virginia Ann Ricker, June 18, 1944. Children: Stephen, Andrew, Timothy, Julie.
    • father: John Jackson Hunter
    • mother: Nancy (McMullin) Hunter
    • spouse: Virginia Ann Ricker
    • children: Stephen Hunter
    • Andrew Hunter
    • Timothy Hunter
    • Julie Hunter
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    Born October 24, 1913
    Died November 19, 1975
    (aged 62)
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