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Marvin Berkowitz

Marvin Berkowitz, author of a reference guide on Social Emotional Learning

Marvin W. Berkowitz, PhD is the inaugural Sanford N. McDonnell Endowed Professor of Character Education, and Co-Director of the Center for Character and Citizenship at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and University of Missouri Thomas Jefferson Fellow. He was the inaugural Ambassador H.H. Coors Professor of Character Development at the US Air Force Academy (1999), and Professor of Psychology at Marquette University (1979-1999).

He earned his Ph.D. in Life-span Developmental Psychology at Wayne State University in 1977.

His scholarly focus and expertise is in character education and development. He is author of Parenting for Good (2005), You Can’t Teach Through a Rat: And Other Epiphanies for Educators (2012), and more than 100 book chapters, monographs, and journal articles. He is founding co-editor of the Journal of Character Education.

Dr. Berkowitz received the Sanford N. McDonnell Lifetime Achievement Award from the Character Education Partnership (2006), the Good Works Award from the Association for Moral Education (2010), and the University of Missouri System’s Thomas Jefferson Professorship (2011-12). With Maurice Elias, he is co-author of the laminated reference guide Social-Emotional Learning: Creating Schools of Competence and Character.

 


Our Authors:

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Aldrich, Seth Fisher, Douglas Laurent, Amy Radziewicz, Christine K.
Argiro, Sue French, Nancy K. Leverett, Larry Rieff, Henry B.
Ashcroft, Wendy Frey, Nancy Little, Mary Renzulli, Joseph
Barrett, Angel Friedlander, Brian S. Lopez, Estee Rief, Sandra
Barron, Tammy Friend, Marilyn Lott, Rufus Russo, Concetta
Bateman, David Gentry, Marcia Love, Nancy Love, Nancy
Sarathy, Padmaja Berkowitz, Marvin Gerlach, Kent Salovey, Peter
Beljung, Jaclyn Gerlach, Kent Martinez, Sylvia Sarathy, Padmaja
Berkowitz, Marvin Gibbon, Thomas Massie-Lambert, Schenike Schaffer, Gary
Besko-Maughan, Christine Hamblett, Elizabeth Mayer, John D. Shore, Kenneth
Brackett, Marc A. Hanson, Helene McAvoy, Elizabeth Spruill, Tony
Bradley, Sharon Hayes, Gillian McDermott, Carrie Stern, Robin
Broun, Leslie Heilbronner, Nancy Middendorf, Cindy Tenaglia, Phil
Casbarro, Joseph Heintzman, Lynn Nevin, Ann Thousand, Jacqueline
Caton, Jennifer Hierck, Tom Norlander, Karen Tiegerman, Ellenmorris
Chandler-Olcott, Kelly Hines, Rebecca Oelwein, Patricia Villa, Richard
Church, Ellen Booth Hoerr, Thomas Pickens, Isaiah Williams, Jacob
Cline, Jennifer Honigsfeld, Andrea Pompei-Vincent Wolfe, Pat
Cohen, Jonathan Hosaflook, Stephen Poole, Sharon Wright, Jim
Dean, Stacy Pellechia Karten, Toby
Delloso, Angela Kemp, Karen A.
DeRoche, Edward Keohane, Joyce
Dieker, Lisa King-Sears, Margaret
Ditrano, Christine Kluth, Paula
Dove, Maria Kolb-Quinn, AnneMarie
Dunkleblau, Ed Kotwicz, Kenneth
Elias, Maurice Kremenitzer, Janet Pickard


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