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Lane Von Sunderland, American Education educator ( education)education educator. Recipient Philip Green Wright Teaching award Knox College Untenured Faculty, 1975, Tenured Faculty, 1992; Haynes Dissertation fellow Claremont Graduate School, 1971-1972; research fellow National Endowment for Humanities, 1979-1980, Earhart Foundation Research fellow, 1986, 91, 93, Supreme Court Judicial fellow, 1988-1989.

Background

Sunderland, Lane Von was born on February 27, 1945 in Horton, Kansas, United States. Son of Raymond Lafayette and Eunice (McCrerey) Sunderland.

Education

Bachelor, Kansas State University, 1967. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Claremont Graduate School, 1972.

Career

Assistant professor political science Knox College, Galesburg, Illinois, 1972—1978. Associate professor, faculty chairman, 1976—1979. Chairman political science department, 1978—1983, 1987—1993.

Associate dean, 1983—1985. Professor, since 1987. Chancie Ferris Booth professor, since 1994.

Consultant, evaluator National Endowment of the Humanities, Washington, 1984. Director educational programs Commission on Bicentennial United States Constitution, 1986—1987.

Membership

Member Midwest Association Pre-law Advisors (Executive Committee midwest region 1983-1985), Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta Sigma.

Connections

Married Jacklyn Giles, June 12, 1988. Children from previous marriage: Danielle, Celeste.

father:
Raymond Lafayette Sunderland

mother:
Eunice (McCrerey) Sunderland

spouse:
Jacklyn Giles