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Additional responses to the survey of The University of Michigan Associates in the Social Foundations of Education.

In the Spring 2008 issue ofNotes and Abstracts in American and International Education (Number 105) 20 responses to a survey of The University of Michigan Associates in the Social Foundations of Education were reported. Since that time two additional responses have been received, as follows:

James D. Nixon

At The University of Michigan: Ph.D. earned in 1971. Employment: Professor of Sociology, 1972-1992, and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, 1976-1992, at Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee. Retired in 1992 as Professor and Dean Emeritus.

Family: Wife Evelyn R. Nixon, Ph.D., deceased 2007. One son, one daughter, three granddaughters, one great granddaughter, and three great grandsons. Current interests: AARP of Tennessee, serving as advocate (lobbyist), as Past President, and as editor of local chapter newsletter; ombudsman for two nursing homes.

Val D. Rust

At The University of Michigan: Research Fellow, 1963-1965; Research in Germany, 1965-1966; Teaching Assistant, 1966-1967; Ph.D. earned in 1967. Employment: Assistant Professor of Education, University of Hawaii, 19671968; Professor of Education, University of California, Los Angeles, 1969 to present. Expects to retire June 2009.

Family: Married to Diane Harding Rust; three children.

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Notes and Abstracts in American and International Education Number 106, Fall 2008 Copyright 2008 by Caddo Gap Press. ISSN 0029-3962

Francisco Rios is a professor in the Department of Educational Studiesof the College of Education at the University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming. This article first appeared in the Summer 2008 issue of Multicultural Education (Volume 15, Number 4).
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