Roger Mark Selya Edit Profile
AB, Boston University, 1964; AM, Harvard University, 1966; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, 1971.
Instructor, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1969-1970; lecturer, U. Connecticut, Storrs, 1970-1971; lecturer, Tel-Aviv U., Israel, 1971-1974; visiting assistant professor, U. Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, 1974-1975; assistant professor, U. Cincinnati, 1975-1981; associate professor geography, U. Cincinnati, 1981-1992; chairman university general education committee, U. Cincinnati, since 1985; director Asian studies progressive, U. Cincinnati, 1986-1991; professor geography, since 1992. Visiting lecturer National Taiwan U., 1969. Visiting associate professor Tel Aviv U., Ben Gurion U., 1982-1983.
Board of directors New Hope Synagogue, 1978-1982. Treasurer Cincinnati Hebrew Day School, 1981-1982, vice president, 1982-1983. Den leader Boy Scouts American, 1983-1985.
Board directors Jewish Community Rels. Council, 1985-1987. Member Association American Geographers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Association for Asian Studies.
Married Barbara Jo King, August 2, 1970. Children: Rena, Micha, Isaac.