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English educator

Marilyn Ewing, American English educator. Recipient Service award Oregon Women in Higher Education, 1999. Member National Organization of Women, Modern Language Association (life), Oreg Writing Project (member steering committee 1994-2007), Lambda Pi.

Background

Ewing, Marilyn was born on October 19, 1940 in Rochester, New Hampshire, United States. Daughter of Thomas Kirby and Ida Maryann (Scala) McKee.

Education

Bachelor cum laude, University New Hampshire, 1962. Master of Arts, University Northern Colorado, 1974. Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado, 1982.

Career

Teacher Portsmouth (New Hampshire) High School, 1962-1963, Green Springs (Ohio) Local School, 1964-1966. Teaching assistant University Northern Colorado, Greeley, 1973-1977. Teaching assistant, part-time instructor University Colorado, Boulder, 1977-1982.

From assistant professor to associate professor English Eastern Oregon University, La Grande, 1982—2007, professor English, 2007—2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Translator poems by Pablo Neruda, Colorado-North Review, 1976. Columnist The Longmont (Colorado) Ledger, 1971. Author essays and articles.

      Editor: Wine for the Plains, 2005.

Membership

Member National Organization of Women, Modern Language Association (life), Oreg Writing Project (member steering committee 1994-2007), Lambda Pi.

Connections

Married Richard Edwin Ewing, June 29, 1963 (divorced November 1974). 1 child, Julie E.

father:
Thomas Kirby McKee

mother:
Ida Maryann (Scala) McKee

spouse:
Richard Edwin Ewing

child:
Julie E. Ewing