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French language educator

Frederick Wright Vogler, French language educator. Fulbright Commission scholar, Washington, Paris, 1953; Southern Fellowship Board fellow, Chapel Hill, 1955. Served to 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1955-1965; Member American Association Teachers French, Swiss American History Society.

Background

Vogler, Frederick Wright was born on May 27, 1931 in Burlington, Vermont, United States. Son of Curtis Linville and Marion (Wright) Vogler.

Education

Bachelor, University North Carolina, 1953. Master of Arts, University North Carolina, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy, University North Carolina, 1961.

Postgrad, University Strasbourg, France, 1954.

Career

Instructor, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1961-1962;assistant professor, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1963-1966;associate professor, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1966-1978;professor French, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, since 1978;associate dean arts and science, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1976-1987;director undergraduate studies French and Italian, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1989-1995;assistant professor, U. Iowa, Iowa City, 1962-1963. Consultant Ednl. Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, 1967-1970.

Works

Membership

Served to First lieutenant United States Army, 1955-1965. Member American Association Teachers French, Swiss American History Society.

Connections

Married Mary Frances Angle, August 27, 1965. 1 child, Robert.

father:
Curtis Linville Vogler

mother:
Marion (Wright) Vogler

spouse:
Mary Frances Angle

child:
Robert Vogler