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consultant , Communications educator

Robert Leo Bohlken, American communications educator, consultant. Recipient Outstanding Educator award Phi Delta Kappa, 1988, 95. Member International Listening Association (executive board 1990-1992), International Society General Semantics, Speech Communications Association, Central States Communications Association, Optimist International (outstanding service award 1994, past president 1974-1975), American Legion, Order of Elks.

Background

Bohlken, Robert Leo was born on January 14, 1935 in Nebraska City, Nebraska, United States. Son of Jacob and Teresa Bohlken.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Education with distinction, Nebraska St. Colonel, Peru, 1959. Master of Arts in Communication, University Nebraska, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy in Communication, University Kansas, 1969.

Career

Teacher Stanton (Iowa) High School, 1959-1960, Nebraska City High School, 1961-1963. Instructor, associate professor Peru State Colonel, 1964-1969. Professor Northwest Missouri St. University, Maryville, since 1970.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: How the Rabbit Became the Easter Bunny, 1990, How to Talk Northwest Missouri Talk (booklet), 1995. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member International Listening Association (executive board 1990-1992), International Society General Semantics, Speech Communications Association, Central States Communications Association, Optimist International (outstanding service award 1994, past president 1974-1975), American Legion, Order of Elks.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: writing, golf, raquetball.

Connections

Married Mary Riley, September 1, 1958. Children: Kathryn, Dan.

father:
Jacob Bohlken

mother:
Teresa Bohlken

spouse:
Mary Riley

children:
Kathryn Bohlken

Dan Bohlken