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philosophy educator

Clifford Emmett Williams, American philosophy educator. Recipient award for teaching excellence and campus leadership Sears Roebuck Foundation, 1989, award for best sermons competition HarperSanFrancisco Public Company, 1990; Indiana University fellow, 1965-1967. Member Philosophy of Time Society, Society of Christian Philosophers.

Background

Williams, Clifford Emmett was born on December 7, 1943 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Henry Fortson and Ruth Edna (Veerman) Williams.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Wheaton College, Illinois, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1972.

Career

Teaching associate, Indiana U., Bloomington, 1967-1968;from instructor to associate professor philosophy, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, New York, 1968-1982;associate professor philosophy, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois, 1982-1997;professor, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois, since 1997;department chairman philosophy, Trinity College, Deerfield, Illinois, since 1982. Visiting associate professor philosophy Houghton (New York) College, spring 1980. Lecturer in field.

Works

Membership

Member Philosophy of Time Society, Society of Christian Philosophers.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: collecting hobo poetry.

Connections

Married Linda Wallace, August 21, 1965. 1 child, Laura.

father:
Henry Fortson Williams

mother:
Ruth Edna (Veerman) Williams

spouse:
Linda Wallace

child:
Laura Williams