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academic dean , business educator

Charles John Inacker, academic dean, business educator. Certified teacher business education (New Jersey life); certified secondary school principal; certified school administrator/superintendent. Recipient Outstanding Educator in American award Academy American Educators, 1974.

Background

Inacker, Charles John was born on December 3, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Charles John and Ada Anna (Matthews) Inacker.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Business Education, Thiel College, 1958. Master of Education in Business Education and Educational Administration, Temple University, 1960. Doctor of Education in Business Education, Temple University, 1973.

Career

Teacher business education, Pitman (New Jersey) High School, 1958-1961;teacher, department chairman, vice principal, acting principal, Pennsauken (New Jersey) High School, 1961-1974;from associate professor to professor department business education and office administration, School Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles, 1974-1991;professor, dean emeritus, School Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles, since 1991;acting department chairman accounting, School Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles, 1984-1985;department chairman business education and office administration, School Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles, 1982-1985;dean, School Business and Economics, California State University, Los Angeles, 1985-1991;director Center for Economics Education, California State University, Los Angeles, 1982-1985;dean business administration, director Center for International Trade Development, Riverside (California) Community College, 1991-1993;dean instruction Norco Campus, Riverside (California) Community College, since 1993. President, board directors Auxiliary Superior vena cava syndrome Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles, 1985-1991. Visiting lecturer Rider College, Trenton, New Jersey, Rutgers University, Camden, New Jersey, Temple University, Philadelphia.

Visiting professor Southern Illinois U., Carbondale, since 1993. Member of advisory committee Center Bureau Teacher Education, California State University, 1982-1984, business education Alhabra (California) High School, 1982-1984. Advisory county graduate and undergraduate programs sch.edn., Rider College, 1972-1974, business education State Department Education, New Jersey, 1972-1974.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher business education (New Jersey life). Certified secondary school principal. Certified school administrator/superintendent.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Major reviewer textbooks Gregg division McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1985, John Wiley Public Company, 1983-1984, others. Edition board Business Forum, 1981-1991, guest editor 1983 fall issue. Member steering and edition committee Business Education Curriculum Guides for the 70's, New Jersey, 1972.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Business and Economic Development Council, Los Angeles, 1985-1991. Trustee Thiel College, since 1990. Board governors Sigma Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation, since 1991.

Major United States Army Reserve, 1960-1980, retired. Member Academy Management, National Business Education Association (chairman professional opportunities committee 1980, national task force for model business education curriculum K-14 1985, Merit award 1958), California Business Education Association (certified recogntion 1983), Western Business Education Association (certified commendation 1978), Association Business Communications, New Jersey Business Education Association (life, state president 1972), International Society Business Education, National Association Teacher Educators in Business Education, Western Association Collegiate Schools Business, Beta Gamma Sigma, Delta Pi Epsilon (sponsor Beta Pi chapter 1979-1991, national vice president 1988-1990, national president 1990-1991, Achievement award Alpha Zeta chapter 1972), Research Foundation of Delta Pi Epsilon (president 1984), Phi Beta Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: skiing, tennis.

Connections

father:
Charles John Inacker

mother:
Ada Anna (Matthews) Inacker