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John Hadley Strange
Works at University of South Alabama
Attended Duke University
Lives in Daphne, AL
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Fascinating. You should watch this!
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"...only going to class when it was necessary. Mainly because my classes were very simple and I had no real incentive to go." How unfortunate!
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How I See My Future Classroom By Secoria Burks  How I See My Future Classroom By Secoria Burks This class makes me think of The Magic School Bus, a children's show I enjoyed thoroughly in my earlier youth. It featured an uno...
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I found your video!

Correct, there are NO shortcuts. And attitudes <i>are</i> important. 
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A very interesting topic! Well done.
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Occupation
Professor of Professional Studies (and Technology)
Employment
  • University of South Alabama
    Professor of Professional Studies (and Technology), 1988 - present
  • University of Massachusetts/Boston
    Professor, 1979 - 1990
  • Council for Adult and Experiential Learning
    Vice President, 1979 - 1983
  • University of Massachusetts/Boston
    Dean, 1972 - 1979
  • Rutgers University
    Chair Political Science, 1970 - 1972
  • National Academy of Public Administration
    Research Associate, 1969 - 1970
  • IBM
    Research Associate, 1968 - 1969
  • Duke University
    Assistant Professor, 1966 - 1968
  • Procter & Gamble
    Section Salesman, 1960 - 1961
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Currently
Daphne, AL
Previously
Newton, MA - Princeton, NJ - Durham, NC - Kinston, NC - Decatur, GA - Newport, TN - Louisville, KY - Knoxville, TN - Chattanooga, TN - Bardstown, KY - Kansas City, MO
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Learner, educator, photographer, art collector, wine maven, Apple fanboy, interested in technology and societal impact
Introduction
Founded the College of Public and Community Service (Dean 1972-79) at UMass Boston, V.P CAEL 1979-1982, Professor (UMass Boston 1972- 1988) and University of South Alabama 1988-present.

Current photography exhibit in Alpha East and the College of Education, University of South Alabama

Made major contribution of art and photographs to the John H Strange Art Collection at the University of South Alabama. Three children, 2 stepchildren and 9 grandchildren scattered across the United States.

Cruise lecturer, wine maven, travel leader (to France and/or Spain May 2012).

Lector, Chalice Bearer and Lay Eucharistic Minister, Episcopal Church.
Bragging rights
2011 Winner Dean's Award for Lifelong Learning, 5 children/stepchildren, 9 grandchildren
Education
  • Duke University
    B.A. in Political Science, 1956 - 1960
  • Princeton University
    M.A. and Ph.D in Politics, 1961 - 1966
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John Hadley Strange
We stayed for a week from December 23 through December 29, 2012. The rooms were very large, the service was excellent. Actually the service was better than excellent. What word shall I use? Fantastic? Super? Magnificent? Take your pick. The location is wonderfully convenient. The Metro is less than a 10 minute walk. It will take you into the heart of the Latin Quarter. The bus immediately across the street will take you to the Louvre in about 20 or 25 minutes. It is actually a better way to get to the center of Paris since you can see many interesting sites along the way. And it takes less time to reach the center of Paris than walking to the Metro and taking the train. We have reservations in August for three additional days.
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An excellent, thoughtful, caring doctor with a wonderful staff.
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We ate at the Rendezvous twice while spending a week in Hilton Head New Years week. The food was outstanding as was the service. The prices were incredibly reasonable. The wine list was quite good and pleasantly priced. Some real bargains on the list. I mean REAL bargains! If you like liver and onions then you will know you have died and gone to heaven when you feast on it at the Rendezvous. The lamb, veal and salmon were also winners. And the escargot. Oh my. Wonderful! So we ate there twice. That rarely happens in one week. The restaurant is a favorite with locals. I hope they don't get mad at me for sharing their secrets!
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