Harold Coe Coffman Edit Profile
Graduate Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, 1910. Bachelor of Arts, University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1915. Graduate student George Williams College, Chicago, 1916-1917, University of Chicago (fellow), 1916-1917.
A.M., University of Michigan, 1922. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia, 1936.
Teacher, principal public schools, Young Men’s Christian Association worker, 1907-1926. Professor, chairman department philosophy and psychology, Michigan State College, 1927-1928. Professor psychology and education Northwestern University, 1928-1930, 1935-1936, professor lecturer 1936 from.
Consultant psychologist, Riverside Church, New York City, 1930-1935. President and trustee George Williams College, Chicago, 1936-1953. President Associate Colls.
Illinois, Inc., Chicago, 1953-1954. Chief education division United States Operation Mission, Egypt, 1955 from.
Churches should be urged to demonstrate their heart for racial reconciliation by seeking to increase racial and ethnic diversity in church staff roles, leadership positions, and church membership.
Responsibility for parenting is to encourage social, economic, and religious efforts to maintain and strengthen relationships within families in order that every member may be assisted toward complete personhood.
Member S.E. Chicago Commission Delaware World’s Committee Young Men’s Christian Association’s Plenary Meeting and Consultation on Leadership Training, Denmark, 1950. Member advisory selection committee Fulbright Act, International Exchange of Persons. Chairman 8th Annual Chicago Recreation Conference.
Served as First lieutenant United States Army, World War I. Fellow National Council on Religion in Higher Education, chairman 1931-1933. Member American Association University professors, American Psychological Association, National Committee for Mental Hygiene, National Education Association, Association of Consulting Psychologists, Adult Education Council of Chicago, American Association for Study of Group Work, Phi Delta Kappa, Beta Epsilon, Pi Gamma Museum.
Clubs: University (Evanston). Member reviewing committee for Dictionary of Education.
Married Aletha Morrow, June 19, 1917. Children: Ray Harold, Kenneth Morrow, Nita Lee.