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Vaughnie Jean Lindsay

business educator

Vaughnie Jean Lindsay, business educator. Danforth fellow, 1962-1963, 63-64; recipient Teaching Excellence award Southern Illinois University, School Business, 1973, Alpha award for best article in business education journals., 1981.

Background

Lindsay, Vaughnie Jean was born on March 31, 1921 in Prague, Oklahoma, United States. Daughter of Irvin Frank and Cora (Kennedy) Garrette.

Education

Biosystems Engineering., Central State University, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1940. M.B.E. (with special distinction), University Oklahoma, Norman, 1959. Doctor of Education (with special distinction), Indiana University, Bloomington, 1966.

Career

Teacher Guthrie (Oklahoma) High School, 1942-1943. Assistant professor business education Southwestern State College, Weatherford, Oklahoma, 1959-1962. Associate professor University Oklahoma, Norman, 1965-1970.

Professor School Business, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, since 1970, dean graduate studies, research, since 1973. Consultant United States Civil Service Commission, Job Corps, Oklahoma Department Vocational-Technology Education. Board directors St. Louis Technology Center.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals. Editor: National Association Business Teacher Education Review.

Membership

Board directors St. Louis Technology Center. Member Illinois Association Graduate Schools (president), Midwestern Association Graduate Schools (executive board), National Association Business Teacher Education (executive board), National Business Education Association (executive board), Illinois Business Education Association, executive board, American Association Higher Education, American Council Education, American Educational Research Association, American Management Association, Council Graduate Schools (executive board), National Council University Research Administrators, Delta Pi Epsilon.

Connections

Married Joseph D. Lindsay, III, July 21, 1947 (deceased). Children: Deborah Rogers, Sandra Doreson. Married William T. Skinner.