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John Allen Hendricks

John Allen Hendricks, American communications educator. Recipient Excellence award in service, Son of East. Oklahoma State University, 2002, Excellence award in scholarly achievements, 2002, Distinguished Young Alumni award, Southern Arkansas University, 2003; faculty fellowship, International Radio Television Society, 2004, 2005, National Association Television Program Executives, 2006, Academy Television Arts Sciences, 2006.


  • Hendricks, John Allen was born on March 2, 1970 in Magnolia, Arkansas, United States.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Southern Arkansas University, Magnolia, 1992. Master of Arts, University Arkansas, Little Rock, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy, University Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, 1997.


    • Professor communications So.E. Oklahoma State University, Durant, since 1997.


    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals, to encyclopedias.


    Peace making is the creative and positive quest for the well-being of humankind and the planet on which people live.


    God wants to see people productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.

    Denomination: Methodist


    There are different understandings about the Bible's authority in our lives. The task of every believer is to use different Bible translations and commentaries in order to discover the word of God.


    Trustee Sherman Indiana School District, Texas, since 2004. Member board trustees Sherman Education Foundation, 2004—2006. Member of Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association, National Broadcasting Society, Southern States Communications Association, Broadcast Education Association.


    • Married Stacy Lynn Nason, July 11, 1992. Children: Abby C., Haydyn B.
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    Born March 2, 1970
    (age 47)
    • 1992
      Southern Arkansas University
    • 1994
      University Arkansas
    • 1997
      University Southern Mississippi
    • 1997
      Professor, communications So.E. Oklahoma State University
      Durant, Oklahoma, United States