Austin Mardon - Education

Education

  • Univ. of Grenoble Dipl. in French 1979
  • Univ. of Lethbridge B.A. in Geography 1985
  • Graduate work Univ. of Alberta & Univ. of Calgary
  • South Dakota State Univ. M.Sc. in Geography 1988
  • Texas A&M Univ. M.Ed. 1990
  • Univ. of North Dakota graduate work in Space Science 1990
  • Greenwich University, Australia Ph.D. in Geography 2000
  • Newman Theological College graduate work 2001, 2003, 2005;
  • Post graduate studies, Kharkov National University, Ukraine 2002–04
  • University of South Africa doctoral work 2007

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