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novelist , philosophy of science educator

Noretta Koertge, American philosophy of science educator, novelist. John Dewey Senior Research fellowship, Center Dewey Studies, Carbondale, Illinois, 1983-1984. Symposium leader Osterreichisches College, Alpbach, Austria, 1975, 1981.

Background

Koertge, Noretta was born on October 7, 1935 in Olney, Illinois, Bachelor of Science with honors in Chemistry, U. Illinois, 1955, Master of Science, 1956.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with honors, University Illinois, 1955. Master of Science, University Illinois, 1956. Postgraduate, National Science Foundation Summer Institute University Iowa, 1961.

Postgraduate, University Michigan, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy Science, London University, 1969.

Career

Instructor chemistry Elmhurst College, Illinois, 1960—1963. Head chemistry section American College Girls, Istanbul, Turkey, 1963—1964. Assistant professor philosophy science Ontario Institute Studies Education, Toronto, Canada, 1969—1970.

Assistant professor department history and philosophy science Indiana University, Bloomington, 1970—1973, associate professor, 1973—1981, professor, since 1981. Visiting lecturer Sir John Cass College, London, 1967, Borough Polytechnic, London, 1968, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1973.

Works

Membership

Symposium leader Osterreichisches College, Alpbach, Austria, 1975, 1981.