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Philosophy educator

Richard Norman Stichler, American Philosophy educator. University fellow U. Maryland., 1966-1967, National Defense Education Act Title IV fellow Georgetown University, 1968-1970. Member American Association of University Professors (membership chair Pennsylvania division 1993-1996, vice president Pennsylvania division 1995-1998, president since 1998), American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

Background

Stichler, Richard Norman was born on December 29, 1942 in Reading, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Richard Ellis and Mary Adeline (Finch) Stichler.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy with honors, Marlboro College, 1966; Master of Arts, Georgetown University, 1972; Doctor of Philosophy, Georgetown University, 1978; Master of Science, Drexel U., 1992.

Career

Lecturer philosophy, Albright College, Reading, 1972-1975; assistant professor, Kutztown (Pennsylvania) U., 1980-1981; lecturer, Allentown (Pennsylvania) College, 1982-1984; from assistant professor to associate professor, Alvernia College, Reading, since 1984; professor, Alvernia College, Reading, since 1992.

Membership

Member American Association of University Professors (membership chair Pennsylvania division 1993-1996, vice president Pennsylvania division 1995-1998, president since 1998), American Philosophical Association, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

Connections

Married Mary Elizabeth McGeehan, July 30, 1988.

father:
Richard Ellis Stichler

mother:
Mary Adeline (Finch) Stichler

spouse:
Mary Elizabeth McGeehan