Student Motivation, Cognition, and Learning: Essays in Honor of Wilbert J. McKeachie

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CURRICULUM VITA
Wilbert J. McKeachie
Current Positions
1946- Department of Psychology, The University of Michigan
Michigan
Teaching Fellow to Professor, 1946-
Chairman, 1961-1971
1975- The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching,
The University of Michigan
Research Scientist, 1975-
Director, 1975-1983
Degrees Dates University
B.A. 1942 Michigan State Normal College
M.A. 1946 The University of Michigan
Ph.D. 1949 The University of Michigan
Honorary Degrees
LL.D., University of Cincinnati
Sc.D., Denison University
LL.D., Eastern Michigan University
Litt.D., Hope College
Sc.D., Northwestern University
Other Honors
1955 Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching, The
University of Michigan
1969 Faculty Intramural Athlete of the Year, The University of
Michigan (1st awardee)

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