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Education educator , leadership program director

John Edward Roueche II, American education educator, leadership program director.

Background

II, John Edward Roueche was born on September 3, 1938 in Statesville, North Carolina, United States. Son of John Edward and Mary (Harris) R.

Education

Bachelor, Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina, 1960. Doctor of Letters, Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina, 2001. Doctor of Humane Letters, Lenoir Rhyne College, 2001.

Master of Arts, Appalachian College, Boone, North Carolina, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Florida State University, 1964.

Career

1 stepchild, Robin Sue Maca. Children by previous marriage: Michelle Renee, John Edward III. Bachelor, Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, North Carolina, 1960. Master of Arts, Appalachian College, Boone, North Carolina, 1961.

Doctor of Philosophy, Florida State University, 1964. Dean Gaston College, Gastonia, North Carolina, 1964-1967. Associate research educator University of California, Los Angeles, 1967-1969.

Director junior college division National Laboratory Higher Education, 1968-1971, also associate professor education Duke U. Professor education, director c.c. leadership program University Texas, Austin, 1971, Sid W. Richardson regents chair,1987. Member chancellor's county University Texas System, 1990, University Texas Littlefield Society, 1992.

Lecturer Earl Pullias lecturer University of Southern California, 1992, College Board Distinguished Lecturer New York City, 1993, Frances Crain Cook Distinguished Lecturer University Texas, 1994. Chairman national educational advisory board Great American Reserve Insurance Company,1988-1994. Co-chair, National Advisory Board for C.C.s, Invest Learning Corporation, 1993-1996.

Chair national advising committee Kaplan Ednl. Partnerships, 1995. Community College editor Jossey-Bass Publications, 1971-1982. Editor Creative Teaching Series, Media Systems Corporation, 1980-1985.

Member editorial board Community College Times, Community College Journal, 1990-1994, others. Author 34 books, including Profiles of Excellence in America's Schools, 1986, Access With Excellence, 1987, Shared Vision, 1989, Teaching As Leading, 1990, Under-representation: A Questionof Diversity, 1991, Between a Rock and a Hard Place, 1993, The Company We Keep, 1995, Strangers in Their Own Land: Part Time Faculty, 1995, Embracing the Tiger: The Effectiveness Debate and the Community College, 1997, over 150 articles and monographs. President Doss School Parent-Teachers Association, 1974-1975.

Chairman of the Board Northwest Hills United Methodist Church, 1973-1976.

Works

Membership

Member chancellor's county University Texas System, 1990, University Texas Littlefield Society, 1992. Member editorial board Community College Times, Community College Journal, 1990-1994, others. Member American Association Community and Junior Colls.

(board dirs.1989-1994, National Leadership award 1986, Distinguished Research award county colleges universities 1990, 94, 96, district research senior scholar award 1994, 96, national student development inter-association research award 1995-1996), American Association HigherEdn., Council Universities and Colls. (past president, board directors), Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Suanne Davis. Children by previous marriage: Michelle Renee, John Edward III. Bachelor, Lenoir Rhyne College.

father:
John Edward R.

mother:
Mary (Harris) R.

spouse:
Suanne Davis