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educator , historian

Samuel Joseph Wilson, American Historian, educator. Certified Kossuth Lajos Tudomanyegyetem, Hungary, 1984. Grantee Hungarian Ministry of Education Research 1984.

Background

Wilson, Samuel Joseph was born on February 19, 1956 in Gary, Indiana, United States. Son of Charles Wayne and Rose Mary (Odar) Wilson.

Education

Bachelor in History, Indiana University, Gary, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy in History, Indiana University, 1991. Master of Arts in History, University Illinois, Chicago, 1985.

Career

Teaching assistant University Illinois, Chicago, 1981-1982. Instructor Indiana University, Bloomington, 1984-1989. Associate professor University Rio Grande, Ohio, since 1991.

Member editorial advisory board Collegiate Press, Alta Loma, California.

Achievements

  • Certified Kossuth Lajos Tudomanyegyetem, Hungary, 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Oszkár Jászi and the Danubian Confederation, 1994, Hungarian Plans., 1991, books reviews. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Analyst In Focus radio show, Gallipolis, Ohio, 1992. Lecturer Rotary, Gallipolis, 1992. Active Gallipolis Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

Member Sons of the American Revolution, Galla County History Society, Great War Society, Hungarian Cultural Association (treasurer 1984-1985), Ohio Academy History, Indiana University Alumni Association, University Illinois Alumni Association, Ariel Players, Amnesty International, Civil War Trust, Sons Civil War Vets, Kiwanis Gallipolis, Phi Delta Gamma (historian 1991), Phi Alpha Theta.

Connections

1 child, Rose Mary.

father:
Charles Wayne Wilson

mother:
Rose Mary (Odar) Wilson

child:
Rose Mary Wilson