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Physical science educator , researcher

Dan Ray Quisenberry, American physical science educator, researcher. National Science Foundation fellow College of William and Mary, 1966-1968, Savannah River Laboratory, 1978; Mercer University grantee, 1986, 90.

Background

Quisenberry, Dan Ray was born on January 3, 1938 in Gary, Indiana, United States. Son of Wilbur Ray and Catherine (Dubis) Quisenberry.

Education

Bachelor, University Kentucky, 1961. Message Telecommunications Service, College of William and Mary, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, World Open University, 1980.

Career

Teacher secondary science and mathematics Fort Knox (Kentucky) Dependent Schools, 1961-1966. Teacher mathematics and science Brevard Community College, Cocoa, Florida, 1966-1967. Professor physics, physical science, mathematics and science education Mercer University, Macon, Georgia, since 1968.

Chairman department physics and earth science Mercer University, 1980-1989, 91—. President Georgia Academy of Sciences, 1988-1989.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Association Physics Teachers, The Planetary Society, Georgia Academy of Sciences (treasurer 1981-1984, president 1988), Southeastern chapter American Physical Science, South Atlantic Coast chapter American Association Physics Teachers (secretary 1974, 79, vice president 1981, 88, president 1982, 89).

Connections

Married Barbara Lee Gaither, September 6, 1958. 1 child, David A.

father:
Wilbur Ray Quisenberry

mother:
Catherine (Dubis) Quisenberry

spouse:
Barbara Lee Gaither

child:
David A. Quisenberry