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educator , university administrator

Betty Louise Campbell, American university administrator, educator. Grantee Eastern New Mexico University, 1984, New Mexico State Department Education Special Needs and Entrepreneurship 1986; Boeer-Wolf Endowed fellow Texas Technology University, 1986. Member New Mexico Home Economics (advisory board member since 1984), Association College Professor Clothing and Textiles (research reviewer 1985).

Background

Campbell, Betty Louise was born on January 6, 1935 in Greeley, Colorado, United States. Daughter of Lawrence Edwin and Doris Marie (Herrick) Kime.

Education

Bachelor, University Northern Colorado, 1967. Master of Arts, University Northern Colorado, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Texas Tech University, 1984.

Career

Home economics teacher School District Re-1, LaSalle, Colorado, 1967-1971. Home economics instructor University Northern Colorado, Greeley, 1978-1980. Director pilot program Colorado State Board Community Colleges and Occupational Education, Denver, 1979.

Workshop coordinator Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 1981. Director Meals on Wheels, 1982-1984. Director school technical Eastern New Mexico University, Portales, since 1984.

Consultant Station KENW-television, Portales, since 1984, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, 1986.

Membership

Member New Mexico Home Economics (advisory board member since 1984), Association College Professor Clothing and Textiles (research reviewer 1985).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Horseback riding, breeding and showing horses.

Connections

Married John Monroe Campbell, August 1, 1954 (divorced September 1983). Children: Gail Louise Campbell, John Duane.

father:
Lawrence Edwin Kime

mother:
Doris Marie (Herrick) Kime

spouse:
John Monroe Campbell

children:
Gail Louise Campbell

John Duane Campbell