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Jerome Charles Weber

Jerome Charles Weber, American human relations educator, retired academic administrator. Named to Higher Education Hall Fame, Oklahoma, 2005; recipient Outstanding Faculty award, Oklahoma University, 2007.


  • Weber, Jerome Charles was born on September 1, 1938 in Brooklyn. Son of Meyer and Ethel (Shier) Weber.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, Brooklyn College, 1960. Master of Arts, Michigan State University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, 1966.


    • Member faculty University Oklahoma, Norman, since 1964, professor education, physical education, human relations and social work, since 1973, Regents' professor education and human relations, since 1991, assistant and acting dean, 1969-1972, dean University College, 1973-1991, vice provost instructional services, 1979-1991. Chairman educational leadership and policy studies, 1991-1993.


    • Author: (with Daughters of the Revolution Lamb) Statistics and Research in Physical Education, 1970, (with G. Henderson) College Survival for Student-Athletes, 1985, (with R. Cintron) Enduring Enigmas: Issues in Adult and Higher Education, 1997. Contributor chapters to books. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Democrat


    Denomination: Judaism


    Board directors University division United Way, 1970. President Norman Kindergarten Association, 1968. Commissioner Norman Board Parks, 1971-1979.

    Fellow American Council Sports Medicine. Member American Association Higher Education, Council Sports Psychology, American Council on Education.


    • Married Elizabeth Lynn Wiley, July 18, 1975. Children: Amy Elizabeth, Jeffrey Glenn.
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    Born September 1, 1938
    • 1960
      Brooklyn College
    • 1961
      Michigan State University
    • 1966
      Michigan State University
    • 1964
      Member, faculty University Oklahoma
      Norman, Oklahoma, United States
    • 1973 - 1991
      Member, faculty University Oklahoma
    • 1979 - 1991
      Member, faculty University Oklahoma
    • 1991 - 1993
      chairman, educational leadership and policy studies
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