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emerita political science professor

Diane Eve Wall, American emerita political science professor. Certified permanent secondary teacher, Michigan.

Background

Wall, Diane Eve was born on November 17, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Albert George and Jean Carol (Young) Bradley.

Education

Bachelor in History and Education, Michigan State University, 1966. Master of Arts in History, Michigan State University, 1969. Master of Arts in Political Science, Michigan State University, 1979.

Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science, Michigan State University, 1983.

Career

Secondary teacher Corunna (Michigan) Public Schools, 1966-1967, Northwest Public Schools, Rives Junction, Michigan, 1967-1973. Lecturer Tidewater Community College, Chesapeake, Virginia, 1974-1977. Instructor Wayne State University, Detroit, fall 1980, Lansing (Michigan) Community College, 1981-1983, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, 1982.

Professor department political science Mississippi State University, 1983—2007, undergraduate coordinator, 1993—2007, member Shackouls Honors College faculty, since 2006. Retired, 2007

Pre-law advisor Mississippi State University, 1990—1993, chair, 1993—2007.

Achievements

  • Certified permanent secondary teacher, Michigan.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor special issue Southea. Political Review. Contributor articles, reviews to professional journals, chapter to book, entry to encyclopedia.

Religion

Since a human being is the central factor in the plan of salvation, the Gospel must be taught, understood and accepted by him.

Politics

There is a large range of issues where Church should interact with politics in such areas as poverty and inequality, environmental issues, nuclear and chemical weapons and the harm caused by use of drugs and drinking.

Views

Just as a human body contains different limbs and organs that depend on each other, so members of a Christian society should be close and caring enough to feel each other's pain and delight.

Membership

Evaluator Citizen's Task Force, Chesapeake, Virginia, 1977. Panelist flag burning program Educational television, Mississippi State, 1990, prayer in public school, Starkville Community television, 1995. Scholar, judge Center Civic Education, Mississippi, since 2001.

Gubernatorial appointee Mississippi Task Force on Local Government Information Systems, 2003. Member American Society for Public Administration (executive board Section for Women 1987-1990, Mississippi chapter president 1992-1993), League of Women Voters (Chesapeake charter president 1976-1977), Mississippi Political Science Association (executive director 1991-1993), Mississippi State University Society Scholars (president 1992-1993), Mississippi State University Faculty Women's Association (vice president 1985-1986, president 1986-1988, scholar 1987-1989), Phi Kappa Phi (vice president 1985-1986, president 1986-1988), Pi Sigma Alpha (Annual Chapter Activities award 1991).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: dog obedience training, Corvette activities, gardening.

Connections

father:
Albert George Bradley

mother:
Jean Carol (Young) Bradley