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academic administrator

Franklin Richard Schneider, American academic administrator. Grant, National Institute of Mental Health, 1958-1960.

Background

Schneider, Franklin Richard was born on May 9, 1935 in Chelsea, Michigan, United States. Son of Lewis William and Evelyn Bernice (Hall) Schneider.

Education

Student, Michigan State University, 1953—1955. Bachelor, Linfield College, 1957. Master of Social Work, Florida State University, 1960.

Doctor of Philosophy, Clayton University, 1976.

Career

Director Housing Authority Yamhill County, Oregon, 1955—1958. Caseworker, director social services Winnebago Childrens Home, Neillsville, Wisconsin, 1960—1965. Executive director Buckhorn Childrens Center, Kentucky, 1965—1967, Spaulding Children, Chelsea, 1967—1968.

District representative Alaska Department Health and Welfare, Bethel, 1968—1969. Chief social worker Bureau Indian Affairs, 1969—1973. Director resident services review Oregon, Salem, 1976—1979.

Director Clackamas region, 1979—1980. Manager senior services division, 1979—1983. Chancellor World Peace University, since 1983.

Consultant Bethel Social Services Inc., Wetangwisch Corporation. Board directors Sunrise New Life and Living, Inc., 1980—1983. Member executive committee International Forum Clayton University, since 1976.

Member advisory board Institute Planetary Synthesis, Switzerland, Foundation Advancement World Peace, since 1985.

Connections

Married Ruth Ann Eddy, August 23, 1958. Children: Daniel, Gary, Debra, Mark, David.

father:
Lewis William Schneider

mother:
Evelyn Bernice (Hall) Schneider

spouse:
Ruth Ann Eddy

children:
Daniel Schneider

Gary Schneider

Debra Schneider

Mark Schneider

David Schneider