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educator , geographer

Debra Jean Enzenbacher, American geographer, educator. Grantee American Friends Cambridge University, 1990-1994, Cambridge Overseas Trust, 1990-1994, International Federation University Women, 1992-1993. With United States Air Force, 1977-1978. Fellow Cambridge Philosophical Society; member Antarctican Society.

Background

Enzenbacher, Debra Jean was born on September 9, 1959 in Evergreen Park, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Edward F. and Jean D. (Ringhofer) Enzenbacher.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Utah, 1982. Master of Arts, University Chicago, 1986. Master of Philosophy, University Cambridge, 1991.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Cambridge, 1995.

Career

Shipboard lecturer 4 International Cruise Lines, Antarctica, 1991-1993. Member staff Juneau (Alaska) Icefield Research Program, 1985-1986. Transporter United States Antarctic Program, McMurdo Station, 1986-1987, senior materials person Amundsen-Scott Southern Pole Station, 1987-1988.

Senior lecturer Sheffield (England) Hallam University, since 1996. Research assistant University Chicago, 1985. Consultant United Kingdom Foreign & Commonwealth Office, London, 1991-1996, Childrens Press, Chicago, 1994.

Working group United Nations Graduate Study Program, Geneva, 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (chapter) Polar Tourism, 1995. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

With United States Air Force, 1977-1978. Fellow Cambridge Philosophical Society. Member Antarctican Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hillwalking, scuba diving, writing, piano, reading.

Connections

father:
Edward F. Enzenbacher

mother:
Jean D. (Ringhofer) Enzenbacher