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University official , History educator

Michael Paul Weber, American university official, history educator. Recipient Distinguished Alumnus award Edinboro University Pennsylvania, 1980; Elliot Dunlap Smith award College Humanities and Social Sciences, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1982, William S. and Francis Ryan University Outstanding Instructor award, 1983.

Background

Weber, Michael Paul was born on October 12, 1937 in Pittsburgh. Son of Paul M. and Estelle (Gross) Weber.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Edinboro University Pennsylvania, 1959. Master of Education, Edinboro University Pennsylvania, 1964. Doctor of Arts, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1972.

Career

Assistant professor urban history, Center Michigan U., Mount Pleasant, 1971-1972;professor, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1972-1986;director graduate studies, Carnegie-Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1976-1986;professor urban history public policy, Duquesne U., Pittsburgh, since 1986;dean Graduate School Liberal Arts and Sciences, Duquesne U., Pittsburgh, 1986-1990;vice president for academic affairs, Duquesne U., Pittsburgh, since 1987.

Works

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: boating.

Connections

Married Patricia Gurgurich, August 26, 1961. Children: Lisa Ann, Heidi Michelle.

father:
Paul M. Weber

mother:
Estelle (Gross) Weber

spouse:
Patricia Gurgurich

children:
Lisa Ann Weber

Heidi Michelle Weber