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Education educator

Miles Harwell Lovelace, American education educator. Certified social science teacher, 7-12, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama. National Defense fellow Department Education, Oxford, Mississippi, 1961-1963; recipient Turkish Government award, Istanbul, 1967.


Lovelace, Miles Harwell was born on October 22, 1938 in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. Son of William Gray and Ruth Leon (Sheffield) Lovelace.


Bachelor of Science with honors, Memphis State University, 1961. Master of Arts, University Mississippi, 1963. Master of Education, Harvard University, 1985.

Doctor of Education, Harvard University, 1987.


Teacher, Kadikoy College, Istanbul, Turkey, 1963-1964;teacher, American College Girls, Istanbul, 1964-1966;professor, Beirut College for Women, Lebanon, 1967-1968;headmaster, University School, Birmingham, 1968-1971;vice president, Anatolia College, Salonika, Greece, 1971-1972;superintendent, Stavanger (Norway) American School, 1972-1984;division head, Bunker Hill Creative Commons, Boston, 1985-1987;professor Division Education, N.E. Missouri State University, Kirksville, since 1987;also associate vice president for academic affairs, N.E. Missouri State University, since 1995. Visiting professor U. North Carolina, 1993-1994, U. Istanbul, Turkey, 1994.


  • Certified social science teacher, 7-12, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama.


  • Other Work

    • Author: (booklet) Taxation of Teachers Abroad, 1981. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Chairman Republican Party in Norway, 1981-1983. Assessor Missouri Department Education, Jefferson City, Missouri, since 1987. Sergeant United States Army, 1956-1964.

Member American Association of University Professors, American Association School Administrators, American Association Higher Education, Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi.


  • Other Interests

    Avocation: traveling.


Married Nancy Marie Stewart, October 1, 1966.

William Gray Lovelace

Ruth Leon (Sheffield) Lovelace

Nancy Marie Stewart