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George Richard Dimler, language educator. Recipient, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1974; grantee, Fordham University Office Research Services, 1973, 1976, 1977, American Council Learned Societies, 1975, Jesuit Writers Fund, 1975, German Academy Exchange Service, 1976, 1977, Herzog August Bibliothek Zu Wolfentuettel Gaststipendium, 1979, Title III-Mellon Foundation, 1983-1984, Perkins Foundation.

Background

Dimler, George Richard was born on October 21, 1931 in Baltimore. Son of George Herbert and Gertrude Helena (Kelly) D. Bachelor of Science, Fordham University, 1960, Master of Arts, 1962, certified computer programming, 1985.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Fordham University, 1960. Master of Arts, Fordham University, 1962. Certified computer programming, Fordham University, 1985.

Licentiate of Sacred Theology, Woodstock College, 1964. Master of Arts, Middlebury College, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University of California at Los Angeles, 1970.

Master of Arts in Educational Computing, University of California at Los Angeles, 1989.

Career

Assistant professor German Loyola College, Baltimore, 1970—1972. Associate professor Fordham University, Bronx, 1972—1982, professor, since 1982. Director honors program Fordham University, 1977—1992, editor-in-chief Thoughts magazine, 1979—1992, research professor Jesuit Emblem studies, since 1999.

Works

Membership

Member of Modern Language Association, Society Emblem Studies, German Society Maryland, Society Scholarly Publication, Catholic Press Association, Renaissance Society of America, Society German Renaissance and Baroque Literature, American Association Teachers German, Editors Learned Journals, Alpha Mu Gamma (honorary).

Connections

father:
George Herbert Bachelor of Science

mother:
Gertrude Helena (Kelly) D. Bachelor of Science