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academic administrator

Herman Woodrow Hughes, American academic administrator. Decorated Navy Commendation medal, Combat Action ribbon, others. Chairman Citizens Advisory Committee, City of Newberg, 1980; commissioner Teacher Standards and Practices Commission, Oregon, since 1982; Member of Kiwanis, Phi Delta Kappa (chapter president 1981-1982).

Background

Hughes, Herman Woodrow was born on April 20, 1938 in Ferda, Arkansas, United States. Son of Joe Benjamin and Addie Lee (Henderson) Hughes.

Education

Bachelor, Whitworth College, 1960. Master of Arts in Teaching, Seattle University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oregon, 1974.

Career

Teacher English Hazen High School, Renton, Washington, 1969—1971, Glide School District, Oregon, 1971—1972. Research assistant University Oregon, Eugene, 1972—1974. Associate professor education Warner Pacific College, Portland, 1974—1976.

Professor education George Fox College, Newberg, 1976—1983. Special assistant to president Columbia Christian College, Portland, since 1984. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1962-1969, captain Reserve.

Membership

Chairman Citizens Advisory Committee, City of Newberg, 1980. Commissioner Teacher Standards and Practices Commission, Oregon, since 1982. Member of Kiwanis, Phi Delta Kappa (chapter president 1981-1982).

Connections

Married Sandra Lee Landreth, September 5, 1958. Children: Jannette, Lynda, Joe.

father:
Joe Benjamin Hughes

mother:
Addie Lee (Henderson) Hughes

spouse:
Sandra Lee Landreth

children:
Jannette Hughes

Lynda Hughes

Joe Hughes