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researcher , Philosophy educator

Kenneth Albert Bryson, Canadian philosophy educator, researcher. Fellowship, Canada Council, 1976. Secretary-treasurer Memorial Society, 1977—1980.

Background

Bryson, Kenneth Albert was born on September 21, 1940 in Malartic, Quebec, Canada. Son of Roy E. and Elizabeth (Quesnel) Bryson.

Education

Bachelor, St. Patrick's College, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 1964. Bachelor of Philosophy, University St. Paul, Ottawa, 1966. LPh, University St. Paul, Ottawa, 1967.

Master of Arts, University Ottawa, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Ottawa, 1971.

Career

Professor University College Cape Breton, Sydney, Canada, since 1970. Lecturer University Ottawa, 1966—1970. Invited professor University Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, 1972—1973, Mount St. Vincent University, 1984—1988.

Chairman humanities University College Cape Breton, 1972, 1976, 1980—1982.

Membership

Secretary-treasurer Memorial Society, 1977—1980.

Connections

Married Rosalie Mae Crawley, 1974. Children: Joshua, Daeton, Mikelle.

father:
Roy E. Bryson

mother:
Elizabeth (Quesnel) Bryson

spouse:
Rosalie Mae Crawley

children:
Joshua Bryson

Daeton Bryson

Mikelle Bryson