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Dale F. Nitzschke, PhD

NitzschkeOccupation: Chancellor (Retired)
Born: Remsen, Iowa, September 16, 1937

Education:
PhD in Guidance and Counseling, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1964)
MEd in Guidance and Counseling, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1960)
BA in Education, Loras College, Cum Laude, Dubuque, Iowa (1959)

Career:
Retired
Chancellor, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO (1999-2001)
President, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO (1996-1999)
President, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH (1990-1994)
President, Marshall University, Huntington, WV (1984-1990)
Vice President of Academy Affairs, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV (1980-1984)
Professor of Education, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV (1980-1984)
Dean, College of Education, University of Northern Iowa (1976-1980)
Professor of Education, University of Northern Iowa (1976-1980)
Associate Dean of Professional and General Studies, School of Arts and Sciences, State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY (1972-1976)
Dean of Education, School of Arts and Sciences, State University of New York, Plattsburgh, NY (1972-1976)
Associate Dean, College of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1967-1972)
Associate Professor of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1967-1972)
Chairman, Department of Education, Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa (1965-1967)
Instructor of Education, Loras College, Dubuque, Iowa (1961-1963)

Career Related:
Workshop Director, Evaluation of Elementary Schools; Director, Martha Holden Jennings Foundation’s Lectureship Series; Consultant, Athens Non-graded High School; Consultant on Personnel Management, University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

Civic:
Greater St. Louis Council, Boy Scouts of America (1997-Present); Board of Directors, The New England Council (1991-1995); Ex-officio Member, New Hampshire Post-secondary Education Commission (1991-1995); New England Board of Higher Education (1991-1995); New Hampshire Economic Development Commission (1991-1995); Panel of Judges, New Hampshire High Tech Entrepreneur Awards (1991); Chairperson, Board of Regents State Advisory Committee for the Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School (1978); Chairperson, Board of Regents State Advisory Committee for the Iowa School for the Deaf (1978); New York State Policy Board in Special Education (1975-1976); Selection Committee, Harry S. Truman Scholarship Program; Board of Directors, Tri-state Area Council, Boy Scouts of America; Vice President, Kootoga Council, Boy Scouts of America; Board of Directors, Ronald McDonald House, Huntington, WV; Board of Directors and Blood Chairman, Athens County Red Cross; Jefferson Award Selection Committee; Board of Directors, United Way of the River Cities; State of West Virginia Joint Committee on Employment Opportunities and Economic Development; Board of Academic Advisors, American Institute for Foreign Study; Executive Board, West Virginia Roundtable; Board of Directors, John W. Hereford Boys Clubs of Huntington; Board of Directors, West Virginia Education Fund, Inc.; National Advisory Committee, Personalized Adult Counseling Experience (PACE); Coordinator, College Drug Education Program, Ohio University; Director, Student Tutors for Educational Progress (STEP); Coordinator, Preparation Program for Inner City and Appalachian Teachers; Secretary, State University Education Deans, State of Ohio; Board of Directors, Elvis Presley Museum and Entertainment Institute, Las Vegas, NV; Statewide Inter-Institutional Gerontology Committee; Cabell-Wayne United Way (Now United Way of the River Cities); River Cities Cultural Development Council (River City CDC); River Cities Community Players

Creative Works:
Author, “Endorsement of State Government Can Enhance Opportunities for Research and Development Funding at Land-grant Universities,” Boston Globe (1993); Author, “Putting Education and Research to Work,” New Hampshire Premier (1993); Author, “A New Day for the University,” New Hampshire Premier (1993); Author, “Economic Development Talk is Cheap…But Costly,” Higher Education Reform in Europe and America Conference, Innsbruck, Austria (1992); Author, “Our Quality of Life: A Gathering of People is an Essential Beginning,” New Hampshire Premier (1992); Author, “Beyond Mandates: Public Service to Public Schools,” New Hampshire Premier (1992); Co-author, “Graduate Education: Some Issues, Concerns, and Challenge,” AACTE, ERIC, SP013795 (1979); Co-author, Monograph, “Students and Parents Evaluate the School’s Guidance Program,” Pupil Services Series, Center of Educational Service, College of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1970); Co-author, Monograph, “Functions and Preparation of the Elementary School Counselor,” Center for Educational Service, College of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1968); Co-author, “Elementary School Guidance – Who Should Do What?” Counselor Education and Supervision (1967); Co-author, Monograph, “The Elementary School Counselor: Preparation and Functions,” Pupil Services Series, Center for Educational Research and Service, College of Education, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (1964); Co-author, “Preparation Programs in Elementary School Guidance,” Personnel and Guidance Journal (1961); Author, “Preparation Programs in Elementary School Guidance – A Status Study,” Personnel and Guidance Journal; Peer Reviewer, Committee on Athletics Certification, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) (1996-1997, 1997-1998); Contributor, Articles to Professional Journals

Achievements:
Helped to secure two million dollars in funding for construction efforts at Southeast Missouri State University for the River Campus

Awards:
John T. Crowe Award, Regional Commerce and Growth Association (1998); George E. Hill Distinguished Alumni Award, Ohio University (1988); Administrator of the Year, West Virginia Association for Counseling and Development (1987); West Virginian of the Year Award, West Virginia Chapter, Public Relations Society of America (PRSA-WV) (1987); Kappan of the Year, Phi Delta Kappa Chapter, Marshall University (1987); Distinguished Speaker Award, Huntington Jaycees (1987); West Virginian of the Year Award, Marshall University, State of West Virginia (1986); Excellence in Communication Community Award, River Cities Chapter, International Association of Business Communicators (1986); George Van Zandt Community Service Award, Huntington Jaycees (1986); Medal of Merit, Ohio University (1984); Academic Freedom Award, Advisory Council, Faculty, West Virginia Board of Regents (1984); Alexander Meiklejohn Award for Academic Freedom, American Association of University Professors (AAUP) (1984); Phi Delta Kappa Young Education Leaders of America Award (1981); Named, Men of Achievement (1976); Listed, Dictionary of International Biography (1973); Named, Outstanding Young Men of America (1970); Distinguished Service Award, Rotary International (1969); Young Man of the Year Award, Athens Jaycees (1969); Community Leader of America Award (1969); Grantee

Memberships:
Rotary Club of Cape Girardeau (1997-Present); Missouri Slope Areawide United Way (1999); Commission on Women, American Council on Education (1999); President, Ohio Valley Conference (1997-1998); Planning & Development Committee, Ohio Valley Conference (1997-1998); Academic Excellence Committee, Rotary International (1997-1998); Hall of Fame Committee, Ohio Valley Conference (1997-1998); Chairperson, Hall of Fame Committee, Ohio Valley Conference (1996-1997); Vice President, Ohio Valley Conference (1996-1997); Public Affairs Committee, Ohio Valley Conference (1996-1997); New England Defense Conversion Task Force (1994-1995); New England Council of Presidents (1994); Golden Key National Honor Society (1993-1995); Board of Directors, Public Service of New Hampshire (1992-1995); Board of Trustees, Nature Conservancy, New Hampshire Chapter (1992-1995); Incorporator, Trust for New Hampshire Lands (1992-1993); Chairman, Commission on Outreach and Technology Transfer, National Association of State Universities and Land-grant Colleges (Now Association of Public and Land-grant Universities) (1991-1992); Executive Committee to Host Committee, European Parliament, University of New Hampshire (1991); Ex-officio Member, Board of Trustees, University System of New Hampshire (1990-1995); Chief Executive Officer, New Hampshire Public Television (New Hampshire Public Broadcasting) (1990-1995); Chairperson, Office on Self-regulation Initiatives, American Council on Education (1988-1990); Vice President, Secretary, Southern Conference Chief Executive Officers Council (1987-1988); Board of Directors, Society of Alumni and Friends, Ohio University (1984-1986); Secretary, Ohio American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (1970); Secretary, State of Ohio Education Deans (1968); Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International; Chairman, Educational Advisory Committee to West Virginia Congressman Nick Joe Rahall; Board of Directors, The Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce; West Virginia State Representative, American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU); Advisory Committee, Office on Self-regulation Initiatives, American Council on Education; Ex-officio Member, West Virginia Board of Regents Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action; Advisory Council, Representing Advisory Council of Public College and University Presidents; Resource Panelist, National Clearinghouse on Careers and Employment in Special Education; Board of Directors, SWCC Educational Foundation, Inc., Southwestern Virginia Community College; Tri-state Development Council; Huntington Municipal Development Authority; Board of Directors, Humanities Foundation of West Virginia; Vice President, Tri-state Cultural Development Plan, Ohio, KY, WV; Board of Directors, Huntington Museum of Art; West Virginia State Legislative Commission on Higher Education; Huntington Rotary Club; Ex-officio Member, Software Valley Corporation; West Virginia Olympics Committee; Office of Educational Research and Improvement Peer Review File of Experts, U.S. Department of Education; West Virginia State Society of Washington, D.C.; Council for Careers in Special Education; Board of Directors, Athens Chamber of Commerce, Athens, Ohio; Past President, Chairman of the Board, Athens Jaycees; Professional Development Committee, Rotary International; Association for Higher Education; American Personnel Guidance Association; National Vocational Guidance Association; American Counselor Education Association; Phi Delta Kappa International; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; Student Personnel Association for Teacher Education (SPATE)

Family:
Married: Linda Hutchinson (6/24/1971)
Children: Mary Beth; Stephen; Lori; Eric; David
Seven Grandchildren

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 1996, 50th Edition (pub. 1995)
Who’s Who in America – 1995, 49th Edition (pub. 1994)
Who’s Who in America – 1994, 48th Edition (pub. 1993)
Who’s Who in America – 1992-1993, 47th Edition (pub. 1992)
Who’s Who in America – 1990-1991, 46th Edition (pub. 1990)
Who’s Who in America – 1989-1990, 45th Edition (pub. 1988)
Who’s Who in America – 1987-1988, 44th Edition (pub. 1986)
Who’s Who in American Education – 1994-1995, 4th Edition (pub. 1993)
Who’s Who in American Education – 1992-1993, 3rd Edition (pub. 1991)
Who’s Who in the East – 1995-1996, 25th Edition (pub. 1994)
Who’s Who in the East – 1993-1994, 24th Edition (pub. 1992)
Who’s Who in the South and Southwest – 1988-1989, 21st Edition (pub. 1988)

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