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educator , writer

Gary James Scrimgeour, American writer, educator. Jane E. Procter fellow Princeton University, 1968.

Background

Scrimgeour, Gary James was born on January 15, 1934 in Auckland, New Zealand. Came to the United States, 1957. Son of Colin Graham and Caroline Lenna (Hardie) Scrimgeour.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University Sydney, Australia, 1954. Master of Arts in English, Washington University, 1959. Doctor of Philosophy, Princeton University, 1968.

Career

Assistant personnel officer Dexion Ltd., London, 1956-1957. Member faculty department English Florida University, Gainesville, 1959-1961, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, 1963-1964, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1964-1969, National Judicial College, 1974—1994. Editor, writer Benjamin Blom, Incorporated, New York York City, 1969-1970.

Chief social system division and head editorial office School Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, 1970-1974. Director Professional Studies Associates, Bloomington, since 1973. Editor College Engineering University Nevada-Reno, 1992-1994, senior editor College Business Administration, 1994—2001.

Independent editor for science/engineering faculty, since 2001. Faculty coordinator National Judicial College, 1973-1993. Consultant for research in alcoholism, court systems, highway safety and design of seminars to various government agencies, schools and social organizations, since 1970.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: A Woman of Her Times, 1982, The Garden Inspector, 1993, The Quilting Women, 1995. Contributor numerous manuals on court system and alcohol safety to professional publications and articles on literature criticism to literature journals.

Connections

father:
Colin Graham Scrimgeour

mother:
Caroline Lenna (Hardie) Scrimgeour