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Classical languages educator

Edward Vincent George, American classical languages educator. Certified secondary teacher Latin, New York. National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1981-1983.

Background

George, Edward Vincent was born on December 10, 1937 in Buffalo. Son of Vincent Edward and Anna Marie (Santora) George.

Education

Bachelor in Classical Languages, Niagara University, 1959. Master of Science in Education, Canisius College, 1962. Master of Arts in Classics, University Wisconsin, 1962.

Doctor of Philosophy in Classics, University Wisconsin, 1966.

Career

Instructor classics, University Texas, Austin, 1966-1967;assistant professor, University Texas, Austin, 1967-1971;associate professor, Texas Tech U., Lubbock, 1971-1977;professor, Texas Tech U., Lubbock, since 1977. Chair Texas Committee for the Humanities, 1990-1991.

Achievements

  • Certified secondary teacher Latin, New York.

Membership

Trustee Vergilian Society of America, 1974-1979. Member American Association of University Professors, Classical Association Middle West and South, American Philological Association, Renaissance Society, American World History Association, South Center Renaissance Conference, International Association Neo-Latin Studies, American Classical League (vice president 1981-1982, coordinator diversity task force), Texas Classical Association (president 1986-1987).

Connections

Married Cecilia Fisher, August 28, 1968. Children: Mary Margaret, Paula Catherine, Andrew Vincent.

father:
Vincent Edward George

mother:
Anna Marie (Santora) George

spouse:
Cecilia Fisher

children:
Mary Margaret George

Paula Catherine George

Andrew Vincent George