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language educator , university dean , author

Samuel Renninger Crowl, Spanish English language educator, author ( hum: library study, Educated)former university dean, English language educator, author. Recipient O'Bleness award for public broadcasting Center Telecommunications, Ohio U., 1976, several awards distinguished teaching.

Background

Crowl, Samuel Renninger was born on October 9, 1940 in Toledo. Son of Lester Samuel and Margaret Elizabeth (Renninger) Crowl.

Education

AB, Hamilton College, 1962. Master of Arts, Indiana University, 1969. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana University, 1970.

Career

Resident lecturer Indiana University, Indianapolis, 1967—1969. Assistant professor english Ohio University, Athens, 1970—1975, associate professor, 1975—1980, professor, since 1980. Dean University College, 1981—1992, trustee professor England, since 1992.

Consultant National Endowment of the Humanities, Washington, since 1980. Observer Royal Shakespeare Company.

Works

Membership

Member Ohio Humanities Council, 1985—1991, Ohio Student Loan Commission, 1985—1988. Fellow: Royal Society Arts (London). Member: Royal Shakespeare Company, Ohio Shakespeare Association (founding member), Ohio University Alumni Association (honorary), National Humanities Faculty, National Association University & General College Deans (president since 1991), Detroit Tigers, University Club (Chicago), Phi Kappa Phi.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Royal Shakespeare Company, Detroit Tigers.

Connections

Married Susan Richardson Crowl, December 29, 1963. Children: Miranda Paine, Samuel Emerson.

father:
Lester Samuel Crowl

mother:
Margaret Elizabeth (Renninger) Crowl

spouse:
Susan Richardson Crowl

children:
Miranda Paine Crowl

Samuel Emerson Crowl