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Adelphia Dane Bowen, Edit Profile

diplomat , educator

Adelphia Dane Bowen,, American diplomat, educator. Recipient Meritorious Honor award Department of State, Washington, 1977, Commendation for Service award Department of State, 1980; fulbright grant, India, 1985, foreign service fellow Princeton University, 1965-1966. Member American Foreign Service Association, Association Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty.

Background

Bowen,, Adelphia Dane was born on January 26, 1927 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. Son of Adelphia Dane and Bessie Lee (Way) Bowen.

Education

Bachelor, University Texas, 1948. Master of Arts, University Texas, 1949. Doctor of Philosophy in History, Columbia University, 1957.

Career

Instructor history Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University, Kingsville, 1950-1953. Foreign service officer State Department, Washington, 1957-1980. Professor history and economics Lock Haven (Pennsylvania) University, 1980-1992.

Exchange professor Marie Curie Skladowska University, Lublin, Poland, 1984, Changsha Normal University Changsha, Hunan, China, 1989. Visiting scholar Center International Studies, Cornell University, 1986, Center for Latin American Studies, University Pennsylvania, 1982.

Membership

Member American Foreign Service Association, Association Pennsylvania State College and University Faculty.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: archelolgy, chess, sailing, croquet.

Connections

Married Joyce Lenora Yocum, January 29, 1949 (divorced June 1983). Children: Steven Dane, Donald Austin, Scott Carlton.

father:
Adelphia Dane Bowen,

mother:
Bessie Lee (Way) Bowen,

spouse:
Joyce Lenora Yocum

children:
Steven Dane Bowen,

Donald Austin Bowen,

Scott Carlton Bowen,