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educational administrator

Steven Gardner Russell-Thomas, American educational administrator. Member American Minor Breeds Conservancy, Garfield Museum Society; Member of N. American Patristics Society, Lambda Iota Tau.

Background

Russell-Thomas, Steven Gardner was born on June 11, 1943 in Grand Junction, Colorado, United States. Son of Guy and Thelda (Gardner) Russell.

Education

Bachelor, St. Mary Plains College, Dodge City, Kansas, 1966. Master of Arts, Creighton University, 1968. Postgraduate, Union Institute, 1980—1982.

Postgraduate, Loyola University, Chicago, 1982—1984.

Career

Chairman department English, Mount St. Clare College, Clinton, Iowa, 1968—1971. Therapist Institute Human Relations, Chicago, 1972—1975. Instructor humanities Columbia College, 1975—1977, assistant academy dean, 1978—1982, associate dean academy affairs, 1982—1989, associate dean students, 1989—1993, associate academy dean, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Victims of Holiness, 1975, Me and the Drifter, 1976, Clothed in Gold, 1984.

Membership

Member American Minor Breeds Conservancy, Garfield Museum Society. Member of N. American Patristics Society, Lambda Iota Tau.

Connections

father:
Guy Russell

mother:
Thelda (Gardner) Russell