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College president , political science educator

Nicholas Llewellyn Henry was American public administration educator. Recipient Author of Year award Association Science Journals, Laverne Burchfield award American Society for Public Administration, 2002; named One of 100 Most Influential People in Georgia, Georgia Trend, 1994. Fellow National Academy Public Administration; member Cosmos Club (Washington).

Background

Henry, Nicholas Llewellyn was born on May 22, 1943 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Samuel Houston and Ann (Connor) Henry.

Education

Bachelor, Centre College Kentucky, 1965. Master of Arts, Pennsylvania State University, 1967. Master of Public Administration, Indiana University, 1970.

Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1971.

Career

Assistant to dean, College Arts and Sciencesinstructor, Indiana State University, 1967-1969;visiting assistant professor, U. New Mexico, 1971-1972;assistant professor political science, U. Georgia, 1972-1975;associate professor, U. Georgia, 1975-1978;professor, U. Georgia, 1978-1987;director Center Public Affairs, U. Georgia, 1975-1980;dean College Public Programs, U. Georgia, 1980-1987;professor, president, Georgia Southern U., Statesboro, 1987-1998;professor political science, Georgia Southern U., since 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author or editor 12 books. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow National Academy Public Administration. Member Cosmos Club (Washington).

Connections

Married Muriel Bunney. Children: Adrienne Richardson, Miles Houston.

father:
Samuel Houston Henry

mother:
Ann (Connor) Henry

spouse:
Muriel Bunney

children:
Adrienne Richardson Henry

Miles Houston Henry