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dean , educator , consultant

Donald Craig Hines, American educator, dean, consultant. Named Most Outstanding Teacher, School Business Troy State University, 1980, College Business Livingston University, 1984; recipient Outstanding Achievement award, American Academy Higher Education, 1984. Member of Tenn-Tombigbee Development Council, Alabama Association Higher Education Business, Southeast Small Business Council, Exchange CLub (president Troy 1978).

Background

Hines, Donald Craig was born on November 26, 1944 in Riley, Mississippi, United States. Son of Bryant Craig and Dollie Mae (Doyle) Hines.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Mississippi State University, 1968. Master of Science, Mississippi State University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, Kansas State University, 1973.

Career

Research assistant Kansas State University, Manhattan, 1970—1973. Assistant professor Troy State University, Alabama, 1973—1976, assistant dean, 1976—1981. Dean Livingston University, Alabama, since 1981.

Board directors Alabama Small Business Development Consortium, Birmingham, since 1981, Tennessee-Cumberland Waterways Council, Decatur, Alabama, since 1984. Board directors Livingston Industrial Board, 1985, Livingston Utilities Board, 1985.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Alabama Business and Economics Journal, since 1982. Contributor articles to publications.

Membership

Member Southeast Small Business Council, Alabama Association Higher Education in Business, Tenn-Tombigbee Development Council. Club: Exchange (president Troy 1978).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Collecting antique coins and guns.

Connections

Married Linda Outlaw Hines, June 1, 1980.

father:
Bryant Craig Hines

mother:
Dollie Mae (Doyle) Hines

spouse:
Linda Outlaw Hines