List of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers - Education

Education

  • Joe Acaba, mission specialist educator astronaut for NASA (Dominican Republic 1994-96)
  • Cecile Arquette, Associate Professor of Education, Bradley University Peoria, IL USA (Cameroon, 1987–1989)
  • Greory Anderson, Dean of Learning Resources, De Anza College, Cupertino, California USA (Lesotho, 1988-1991)
  • Charles Baquet, director of the Center for Intercultural & International Programs, Xavier University of Louisiana (Somalia 1965-67)
  • Stephen Beaver, associate dean of admissions of Thunderbird School of International Studies (Tanzania 1965-67)
  • Margaret Berg, Assistant Professor of Literacy, University of Northern Colorado (Ukraine 1991-1993)
  • Tex Boggs, president of the Western Wyoming Community College System (Thailand 1962-64)
  • Todd Braje, professor of anthropology at Humboldt State University, winner of USA 50 Mile road title in 2009 (Tonga)
  • Leonel Castillo, president and co-founder of Houston International University (Philippines 1961-63)
  • Theodore Celeste, chairman of board of trustees of Ohio State University (Fiji 1968-70)
  • Leon Dash, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Swanlund Professor of Journalism, University of Illinois at Urbana (Kenya 1969-70)
  • Kathryn Day, Chief Administrative Officer, Miller Institute for Basic Research in Science, University of California Berkeley (South Korea 1980-81)
  • Drew Days, professor, Yale Law School (Honduras 1967-69)
  • Brady J. Deaton, chancellor or the University of Missouri-Columbia (Thailand 1962-64)
  • Dan Douglas, professor emeritus, Iowa State University (Botswana 1968-70)
  • George Drake, former president of Grinnell College (Lesotho 1991-93)
  • Christopher Drake, elementary teacher in Detroit Public Schools (Belize 1987-89)
  • Jerry Everhart, Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Eastern New Mexico University (Malawi 1982-84)
  • Ken Foster, Professor and Head, Department of Agricultural Economics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (Belize 1981-84)
  • Anne Gallenstein, Professor of Nursing, Nassau Community College, Garden City, NY (Mali 1980-82)
  • Allan Gibbard, Richard B. Brandt Distinguished University Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan (Ghana 1963-65)
  • Thomas Gouttierre, dean of International Studies and Programs and director of the Center for Afghanistan Studies, University of Nebraska-Omaha (Afghanistan 1965-67)
  • John E. Greisberger, president of NAFSA: Association of International Educators (Afghanistan 1973-75)
  • Leo Higdon, Jr., president of Connecticut College, former president of the College of Charleston (Malawi 1968-70)
  • James M. Kouzes, dean's professor of leadership at Santa Clara University (Turkey 1967-69)
  • Joann La Perla-Morales, president of Middlesex County College (Colombia 1968-70)
  • James Lyons Sr., president of California State University, Dominguez Hills (Ecuador 1966-67)
  • Kathleen F. Malu, Associate Professor, William Paterson University of New Jersey (Zaire 1973-75; Rwanda 1980-81), Fulbright Scholar (Rwanda 2010)
  • M. Peter McPherson, former president of Michigan State University, former Chairman of the Wall Street Journal (Peru 1964-66)
  • William G. Moseley, Professor of Geography, Macalester College (Mali 1987-89)
  • Scott Nelowet, President, Sanford-Brown Institute, (Tunisia 1990-91)
  • Joyce Neu, director of the Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of Sand Diego (Senegal 1972-74)
  • Julius Nimmons, president of University of the District of Columbia (Tunisia 1962-64)
  • Joseph Opala, Historian at James Madison University, studied the "Sierra Leone-Gullah Connection" (Sierra Leone 1974-77)
  • Marjorie Pfannkuch-Bakan, president of Wheelock College (Philippines 1961-63)
  • George Rajna, bilingual speech therapist and teacher in Lennox Public Schools (Paraguay 1999-2001)
  • Michael A. Rice, professor, University of Rhode Island (Philippines 1981-1985)
  • Bruce Rosen, Borough of Manhattan Community College, hostage taken during Iranian Hostage Crisis, Plaintiff in lawsuit against Iran (Iran 1967 - 1969)
  • Jeswald Salacuse, dean of Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University (Nigeria 1963-65)
  • Donna Shalala, president of the University of Miami, former Secretary of Health and Human Services (Iran 1962-64)
  • Stephanie Scribner, teacher in East Hartford Public Schools, CT (Mali 1993-1995)
  • Amy Smith, MacArthur Award Winner, Founder of D-Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Botswana 1985-89)
  • Michael J. Snarskis, Archaeologist, University of Costa Rica (UCR, Discoverer of Guardiria - the first area of human occupation in Costa Rica (Costa Rica 1967 - 1969)
  • Robert Trumble, dean of Graduate School of Business at Virginia Commonwealth University (Peru 1963-65)
  • Dr. John Sumser, professor of Communications at California State University, Stanislaus (Afghanistan, unknown years)
  • William T. Winter, professor of Chemistry, State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry,(Malaysia 1966 - 1968)
  • Howard Dodson, Director of the Schomburg Center for research in Black Culture, (Ecuador 1964-66)
  • Stefanie DeLeo, teacher of history and drama, Beacon School, author and playwright (South Africa 2007-09)
  • John Cuprisin, Associate Professor Automotive Technology, Pennsylvania College of Technology (Sierra Leone 1983-85)
  • Karen Musurlian, teacher, Orange County, Ca (Russia 1994-1996)

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