ⓘ Edward C. Merrill Jr.

                                     

ⓘ Edward C. Merrill Jr.

Edward C. Merrill Jr. was the Fourth President of Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. Under his administration from 1969 to 1983, the College made preparations for the expanded population of deaf students due to the Rubella epidemic in the 1960s. This was called "The Rubella Bulge." Dr. Merrill also oversaw the era of the Stokoe Linguistics Lab, when the use of American Sign Language as a natural human language acquired increasing acceptance in Deaf education. He obtained a bachelors in English from the University of North Carolina in 1942, a masters in Educational Administration and Supervision from the University of Tennessee in 1948, and a Ph.D. Degree in Educational Administration from George Peabody College for Teachers in 1954. He was awarded an honorary LL.D. degree by Gallaudet in 1969.

                                     
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  • Charles Edward Merrill October 19, 1885 October 6, 1956 was an American philanthropist, stockbroker, and co - founder, with Edmund C Lynch, of Merrill Lynch
  • Maine. They were the youngest of six children by Daniel C Merrill and Mary Noyes Merrill Merrill showed an early interest in natural history, collecting
  • her second husband, Wall Street stockbroker Edward Francis Hutton, founder of E. F. Hutton Co. Merrill had two older half - sisters, Adelaide Breevort
  • addresses, scientific papers, and contributions. George P. Merrill 1934 Orton, Edward Francis Baxter Dictionary of American Biography. New York:
  • Montana.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter link Burlingame, Merrill G. Bell, Edward J. Jr 1984 The Montana Cooperative Extension Service, a history
  • Ed Brooke: Biography of a Senator. Bobbs - Merrill Company, Indianapolis. Judson L. Jeffries, U.S. Senator Edward W. Brooke and Governor L. Douglas Wilder
  • Nelson Dingley Jr February 15, 1832  January 13, 1899 was a journalist and politician from the U.S. state of Maine. Dingley was born in Durham, Maine
  • recreational dive planner with Richard Dunford, Merrill P. Spencer, Drew Richardson. Tarrytown, NY : Hamilton Research, c 1994. Hamilton RW, Schreiner HR eds
  • Edward Parsons Tobie, Jr March 19, 1838 January 21, 1900 was a United States soldier who received his nation s highest award for bravery during combat
  • Blanche L. Merrill born Blanche V. Dreyfoos July 23, 1883 October 5, 1966 was a songwriter specializing in tailoring her characterizations to specific