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Kermit Ernest Campbell

assistant professor

Kermit Ernest Campbell, American assistant professor. Recipient Regent's Academy Challenge grant, Ohio State University, 1990-1991, Honorable Mention in Ford Foundation; Fellow National Research Council, 1991, Dissertation fellow, Presidential fellow Ohio State University, 1992-1993.

Background

Campbell, Kermit Ernest was born on November 29, 1960 in Freeport, Texas, United States. Son of Major Ernest and Laverne (Griggs) Campbell.

Education

Bachelor with honors, University Texas, 1984. Master of Arts in English, University of Houston, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy in English, Ohio State University, 1993.

Career

Foreign teacher South China Institute of Technology, Guangzhou, 1985-1986. Teaching assistant University Houston, 1987-1988. Teaching associate Ohio State University, Columbus, 1988-1993.

Assistant professor University Texas, Austin, since 1993. Lecturer in field including South Africa, Italy and Canada, since 1987.

Membership

Area coordinator/host, National Council of Teachers of English Black Caucus African American Read-in Chain, Ohio State University, l990-92. Minority outreach coordinator, University Texas, since 1994. Member Modern Language Association, Canada Society for Study of Rhetoric, College Composition and Communications, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, National Council Teachers of English Black Caucus, National Council Teachers English, Rhetoric Society of America, Association for Rhetoric and Communications in Southern Africa.

Connections

Married Betsy Ching-Hsuan Lin, September 3, 1993.

father:
Major Ernest Campbell

mother:
Laverne (Griggs) Campbell

spouse:
Betsy Ching-Hsuan Lin