Roderick Alexander Gammon
Roderick Alexander Gammon, American editor, consultant. Scholar, University Hawaii, United States Federal Foreign Language Area Studies Program, 1998—2002.
Gammon, Roderick Alexander was born on January 14, 1972 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States.
Bachelor in Asian Studies, Western Philosophy, St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, North Carolina, 1994. Master of Fine Arts in Eastern Classics, St. Johns College, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1995. Master of Fine Arts in East Asian Languages and Literature, University Hawaii, Manoa, 1998.
Doctor of Philosophy, University Hawaii, Manoa, 2002. Advanced Graduate certified, University Hawaii, Manoa, 2007.
Systems programmer department East Asian languages and literature University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1997—2002. Lecturer Kapiolani Community College, 2002—2005. Instructor McKinley Community School Adults, 2003—2005.
Development editor Cambridge University Press, New York City, since 2005. Consultant Hawaii Department Education, Honolulu, 2003—2005, TransPacific Hawaii College, Honolulu, 2004—2007. Research fellow National Science Foundation, Hsincu, Taiwan, 2002.