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Elizabeth Ann Craft, American educator. Alumni Sesquicennial scholar, Ohio University, 1963-1964, University Upperclass scholar, 1964-1965.

Background

Craft, Elizabeth Ann was born on January 14, 1943 in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of Richard P. and Beatrice (Coles) Harris.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Ohio University, 1965. Master of Arts, Arizona State University, 1979.

Career

Teaching assistant speech Ohio University, 1964—1965, teaching assistant English, 1964—1965. Teacher English Steubenville High School, Ohio, 1965—1968, debate coach, 1966—1968. Teaching assistant communication Arizona State University, 1978—1979.

Faculty associate communication, 1980—1982. Instructional television coordinator, 1982—1985. Assistant director instructional television, 1985—1988.

Head instructional television, 1988—1990. Director distance learning technical, from 1990. Speaker in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: (newsletter) Arizona State University Faculty Wives Club, 1975-1976. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member governing board for cable television Phoenix Ednl. Access, 1987. Alumni Sesquicennial scholar Ohio U., 1963-1964, University Upperclass scholar, 1964-1965. Member American Association of University Women, National ITFS Association (sec, board directors), Arizona Education TelecommunicationsCoop.

(operational committee 1990), Arizona State Button Society (secretary 1980-1982), Kappa Delta Pi. Member Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Co-editor Arizona State University Faculty Wives.

Connections

Married John Edward Craft, December 18, 1965. Children: Lauren Kelly, Jennifer Lavonia.

father:
Richard P. Harris

mother:
Beatrice (Coles) Harris

spouse:
John Edward Craft

children:
Lauren Kelly Craft

Jennifer Lavonia Craft