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Clyde Edwin Burns

educator

Clyde Edwin Burns, American educator. Member Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Pi.

Background

Burns, Clyde Edwin was born on October 23, 1909 in Hiram, Ohio, United States. Son of Charles Earl and Florence Elizabeth (Anthony) Burns.

Education

Student DePauw University, 1927-1929. Bachelor of Arts, Milligan College, 1931. Bachelor of Science, E. Tennessee College, 1933.

Master of Sciences, University Tennessee, 1944. Doctor of Education, Florida State University, 1952.

Career

Teacher in Tennessee, 1931-1938. Camp educational adviser Civilian Conservation Corps, 1938-1940. Head industrial arts department Tennessee Polytech.

Institute, 1940-1942. Teacher, Ohio, then draftsman, 1943-1946. Head industrial arts department Florida State University, 1947-1952.

Educational adviser with State Department to Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan, Indonesia and Libya, since 1952.

Membership

Member Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Delta, Kappa Delta Pi.

Connections

Married Eunice Lollis, June 1, 1932. Children: Bettie Joan (Mistress.

father:
Charles Earl Burns

mother:
Florence Elizabeth (Anthony) Burns

spouse:
Eunice Lollis

child:
Bettie Joan (Mrs Burns