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Humanities educator

Beatrice Kay Reynolds, American humanities educator. National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1983; research grantee, 1988.

Background

Reynolds, Beatrice Kay was born on February 10, 1937 in Peoria, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Walter Weston and Alice Beatrice (Mulholland) Reynolds.

Education

Bachelor, University Maine, 1959. Master of Arts, Ohio University, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, 1968.

Career

Head speech and drama, Stearns High School, Millinocket, Maine., 1960-1961; instructor, U. Connecticut, Hartford, 1962-1965; assistant professor, Rider College, Trenton, New Jersey, 1968-1971; assistant professor, Brooklyn College, CUNY, 1971-1975; assistant professor, U. Houston-Victoria, 1975-1978; associate professor, U. Houston-Victoria, 1978-1989; professor humanities, U. Houston-Victoria, 1989-1990. Member of advisory board Institute for Study of Intrapersonal Processes, New Orleans, since 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, translator Spokesmen of the French Revolution, 1974. Member editorial advisory board Southern Communication Journal, since 1989. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Southern Communication Association, Speech Communication Association American, International Listening Association, International History Rhetoric, Southern States Communication Association, Daughters American Colonists (regent chapter 1989-1991), Victoria County Republican Women's Club (vice president 1989), Phi Kappa Phi (University Houston-Victoria publicity chair 1987-1988).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: genealogy (colonial America).

Connections

father:
Walter Weston Reynolds

mother:
Alice Beatrice (Mulholland) Reynolds