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educator , historian

Richard A. Reiman, American historian, educator. Fellow, University Systems Georgia, 1997-1998; grantee, 1999—2000. Member, member-at-large Douglas Lions Club, Georgia, 1993, star student coordinator, since 1994; Member of Organization American Historians (associate).

Background

Reiman, Richard A. was born on February 27, 1956 in Cincinnati. Son of Richard J. and S. Marilyn Reiman.

Education

Bachelor, Miami University, 1978. Master in History, University Cincinnati, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in History, University Cincinnati, 1984.

Career

Assistant professor history University Missouri, St. Louis, 1990—1991. Associate professor history South Georgia College, Douglas, 1993—2001, chair division business and social science, since 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The New Deal and American Youth: Ideas and Ideals in a Depression Decade (University Cincinnati award Best Book by a Former Graduate Student, 1993). Contributor instructional learning objects, articles and reviews to professional journals. Author: (on-line course) Integration Theory of the European Union.

      Co-author: Environmental Policy in the European Union, 2001-2004.

Membership

Member, member-at-large Douglas Lions Club, Georgia, 1993, star student coordinator, since 1994. Member of Organization American Historians (associate).

Connections

Married Cathie M. Hawthorne, August 1, 1992. 1 child Gina M.

father:
Richard J.

mother:
S. Marilyn Reiman

spouse:
Cathie M. Hawthorne

child:
Gina M. Reiman