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Paul Gerhard Jenson

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Paul Gerhard Jenson

Birth
Milan, Chippewa County, Minnesota, USA
Death
28 Dec 2017 (aged 92)
Burial
Montrose, Wright County, Minnesota, USA Add to Map
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Background
Jenson, Paul Gerhard was born on June 27, 1925 in Milan, Minnesota, United States. Son of Canute T. and Emma (Rohne) Jenson.

Education
Bachelor of Arts, Luther College, 1948; Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1951; Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1955.

Career
Research assistant, teaching assistant, junior student personnel worker, University of Minnesota, 1950-1953; research associate, Bureau Institutional Research, 1961-1962; instructor, professor, department chairman psychology, Macalester College, St. Paul, 1953-1964; associate leadership training project, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1957-1958; consultant, examiner, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1958-1972; coordinator, director, director workshops in higher education committee liberal arts education, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1959-1964; vice president academic affairs, Temple Buell College, Denver, 1964-1971; vice president academic affairs, dean faculty, professor psychology, Colby College, Waterville, Maine., 1971-1980; president, Thomas College, Waterville, 1980-1986; president emeritus, Thomas College, Waterville, since 1986. Chairman Maine Board Arbitration and Conciliation, since 1983. Mediator Court Mediation Svc., since 1988.

Achievements
Paul Gerhard Jenson has been listed as a noteworthy Psychologist, arbitrator, mediator by Marquis Who's Who.

Membership
Served with United States Army Air Force, 1943-1946. Member American Psychological Association, American Conference Academy Deans (director, chairman 1979), Association American Colls. (director), Rotary International (district governor 1991-1992).

Connections
Married Elizabeth Ann Dybdal, August 24, 1947. Children— Thomas Dybdal, John Jacob, Paula Gay, Brian Dean, Richard Asle.

Father: Canute T. Jenson
Mother: Emma (Rohne) Jenson
Spouse: Elizabeth Ann Dybdal
Background
Jenson, Paul Gerhard was born on June 27, 1925 in Milan, Minnesota, United States. Son of Canute T. and Emma (Rohne) Jenson.

Education
Bachelor of Arts, Luther College, 1948; Master of Arts, University Minnesota, 1951; Doctor of Philosophy, University Minnesota, 1955.

Career
Research assistant, teaching assistant, junior student personnel worker, University of Minnesota, 1950-1953; research associate, Bureau Institutional Research, 1961-1962; instructor, professor, department chairman psychology, Macalester College, St. Paul, 1953-1964; associate leadership training project, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1957-1958; consultant, examiner, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1958-1972; coordinator, director, director workshops in higher education committee liberal arts education, North Central Association Colleges Secondary Schools, 1959-1964; vice president academic affairs, Temple Buell College, Denver, 1964-1971; vice president academic affairs, dean faculty, professor psychology, Colby College, Waterville, Maine., 1971-1980; president, Thomas College, Waterville, 1980-1986; president emeritus, Thomas College, Waterville, since 1986. Chairman Maine Board Arbitration and Conciliation, since 1983. Mediator Court Mediation Svc., since 1988.

Achievements
Paul Gerhard Jenson has been listed as a noteworthy Psychologist, arbitrator, mediator by Marquis Who's Who.

Membership
Served with United States Army Air Force, 1943-1946. Member American Psychological Association, American Conference Academy Deans (director, chairman 1979), Association American Colls. (director), Rotary International (district governor 1991-1992).

Connections
Married Elizabeth Ann Dybdal, August 24, 1947. Children— Thomas Dybdal, John Jacob, Paula Gay, Brian Dean, Richard Asle.

Father: Canute T. Jenson
Mother: Emma (Rohne) Jenson
Spouse: Elizabeth Ann Dybdal


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