Nebraska Authors

Ron Bovill

Born 1938-10-10 Malvern, IA (USA)

Died 2015-04-28
Kearney, NE (USA)

Places Lived

Malvern, IA
Wayne, NE
O'Neill, NE
Hastings, NE
Aurora, NE
Kearney, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction
  • Poetry

Keywords

Education; Character; Poetry

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree, 1961, Wayne State College, Wayne, NE
Master of Arts in Education Degree, Kearney State College, Kearney, NE

Occupation

Teacher
Coach
News Director, KHAS-TV, Hastings, NE
Actor
Professor, Department of Education, University of Nebraska-Kearney

Places Worked

St. Mary's High School, O'Neill, NE
St. Cecilia High School, Hastings, NE
Aurora High School, Aurora, NE
KHAS-TV, Hastings, NE
University of Nebraska-Kearney, Kearney, NE

Honors

University of Nebraska-Kearney Academy for Teacher Education Excellence Award, 2011

Associations

Lion's Club
Knights of Columbus
TeamMates Mentoring Program

Bibliography

Amazing Alec: A Boy of Remarkable Character. with Dr. Jane Ziebarth-Bovill, 2011.
Absolution.

"Life is Good" poem published in Education Journal.

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