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Psychology educator

Lowell Lee Brubaker, American psychology educator. Southern Regional Board Research grantee, 1982; recipient Public Service award Isahaya (Japan) Rotary, 1988.

Background

Brubaker, Lowell Lee was born on February 15, 1943 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, United States. Arrived in Japan, 1983. Son of Richard Charles and Gladys Mildred (Blough) Brubaker.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Juniata College, 1965. Master of Science, Western Reserve University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University Texas, 1970.

Career

Professor Tennessee Wesleyan College, Athens, 1970-1983, Nagasaki Wesleyan College, Isahaya, Japan, since 1983, director English as Second Language, since 1989. Trustee Tennessee Wesleyan College, Athens, 1981-1983. Visiting professor Fujian Education Institute, Fucho, China, 1986.

Adjunct instructor Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 1993-1994.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Spaced Learning, 1987, Isahaya, 1992.

Membership

Member Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education Council, Nashville, 1971. Advisor Child Abuse Intervention, Athens, 1980-1983. Member Isahaya City Development Committee, 1986-1987.

Senior advisor Board Adult Education, Tarami, Japan, since 1991. Member American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, Japanese Association Language Teachers.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    American indian arts and crafts, travel, family history.

Connections

Married Susan Elizabeth Bruell, June 14, 1969 (divorced July 1988). Married Yuko Nakagawa, August 26, 1988. Children: Akiko, Charles.

father:
Richard Charles Brubaker

mother:
Gladys Mildred (Blough) Brubaker

spouse:
Susan Elizabeth Bruell

spouse:
Yuko Nakagawa

child:
Akiko Brubaker

child:
Charles Brubaker