Iowa City, IA 52242, United States
Jeffrey Powers-Beck received a Bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of Iowa in 1986.
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In 1988 Jeffrey got a Master of Arts in engineering from Indiana University. He also holds a Doctor of Philosophy in engineering.
(The American Indian Integration of Baseball describes the...)
The American Indian Integration of Baseball describes the experiences and contributions of American Indians as they courageously tried to make their place in America’s national game during the first half of the twentieth century.
Jeffrey Powers-Beck received a Bachelor's degree in engineering from the University of Iowa in 1986. Two years later he got a Master of Arts in engineering from Indiana University. Jeffrey also holds a Doctor of Philosophy in engineering.
Jeffrey was employed as an assistant professor at East Tennessee State University in August of 1993. In 1999 he was promoted to an associate professor and in 2004 to the professor. He served as assistant dean and associate dean in the School of Graduate Studies for nine years, and as interim dean during extended absences of the Dean of Graduate Studies. Beck was also a dean of the Nathan Weiss Graduate School in Union from 2013 to 2017. Currently, Jeffrey P. Beck is a director of the School of Humanities at Penn State Harrisburg.
As a literary historian, he is the author of four books including Writing the Flesh: The Herbert Family Dialogue and The American Indian Integration of Baseball, and many peer-reviewed articles, notes, magazine articles, and reviews.
Jeffrey Beck is a member Renaissance Society of America, Modern Language Association, Tennessee Philological Association, S. Atlanta Modern Language Association and Phi Beta Kappa.
Jeffrey Powers-Beck married Anne Elizabeth Powers on May 18, 1991. They have six children.