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H. Clark Hubler, American writer, retired educator. Life certified public school teacher, Washington. Named Distinguished Service National Science Teachers Association, 1983, Science Education Recognition, National Association Research Science Teaching, 1958; recipient Honor medal, South Vietnam, 1969.

Background

Hubler, H. Clark was born on July 26, 1910 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of W.H. and Elsie Rowena (Clark) Hubler.

Education

Bachelor in Science Education, Western Washington University, 1937. Doctor of Education in Science Education, Columbia University, 1949.

Career

Teacher, Washington State Public Schools, Aberdeen and Seattle, 1934-1945;consultant, science, Columbia University, New York City, 1945-1947;assistant professor, Teachers College Connecticut, New Britain, 1947-1949;professor, Wheelock College, Boston, 1949-1963;Fulbright lecturer, Philippines, 1963-1964;educational advisor in science, Ohio U., South Vietnam, 1966-1969;professor, Ohio U., Athens, 1969-1976. Lumber grader Long-Bell Lumber Company, Longview, Washington, 1927-1931.

Achievements

  • Life certified public school teacher, Washington.

Works

Membership

President Council Elementary Science, 1955-1956, Parent-Teachers Association, Scioto County, Ohio, 1982. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science. M C.

Connections

Married Reta Allinson, June 12, 1934. Children: Keith, Bonnie, Thomas, Rowena, Craig.

father:
W.H. Hubler

mother:
Elsie Rowena (Clark) Hubler

spouse:
Reta Allinson

children:
Keith Hubler

Bonnie Hubler

Thomas Hubler

Rowena Hubler

Craig Hubler