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Philip Joseph Harwood

Philip Joseph Harwood, American communication educator.


  • Harwood, Philip Joseph was born on March 30, 1938 in Gary, Indiana, United States. Son of Arthur Albert and Florence Josephine (Koltes) Harwood.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Butler University, 1960. Master of Science, Butler University, 1961. Postgraduate, University Illinois, 1964.

      Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio University, 1972.


    • Radio announcer Station WCLO, Janesville, Wisconsin, 1964-1965. From instructor to associate professor communication University Dayton, Ohio, since 1966. Part-time radio announcer Station WHIO-FM (call letters changed to WHK0-FM), Dayton, 1980-1989.

      Instructor Kettering (Ohio) Adult School, 1983-1988. Faculty advisor College Students in Broadcasting, University Dayton, since 1989, Advertising Club, since 1985, Phi Beta Chi, since 1988. Assistant for student services and director internship program Department of Communication, University Dayton.

      Coach Ohio Bell Heckler's Club, 1972-1982.


    Instructor English as Second Language, Dayton, 1981-1983. Member communications advisory committee Dayton chapter American Red Cross. With United States Navy, 1961-1963.

    Member American Women in Radio and television (board directors Dayton chapter), Speech Communications Association Ohio (associate editor journal.), Center States Communications Association, Speech Communications Association, Popular Culture Association, Phi Beta.


    • Married Yvonne Marie Didier, April 14, 1967 (divorced 1980). Children: Sean, Heather.
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    Born March 30, 1938
    • 1960
      Butler University
    • 1961
      Butler University
    • 1964
      University Illinois
    • 1972
      Ohio University
    • 1964 - 1965
      Radio announcer Station WCLO
      Janesville, Wisconsin, United States
    • 1966
      from instructor, to associate professor communication University Dayton
      Ohio, United States
    • 1980 - 1989
      part-time radio announcer Station WHIO-FM (call letters changed to WHK0-FM)
      Dayton, Ohio, United States