Keeton, Morris Teuton

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KEETON, Morris Teuton

KEETON, Morris Teuton. American, b. 1917. Genres: Education, Philosophy. Career: Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH, professor of philosophy and religion, 1956-77, vice president and provost, 1972-77; University of Maryland University College, College Park, director, Institute for Research on Adults in Higher Education, 1990-97, senior scholar, 1997-. American Association for Higher Education, president, 1972-73; Council for the Advancement of Experimental Learning, executive director, 1977-89, coed., CAEL Sourcebooks, 1978-83, president emeritus, 1990-. Publications: The Philosophy of Edmund Montgomery, 1950; Values Men Live By, 1960; Journey through a Wall, 1964; (with H. Titus) Ethics for Today, 4th ed., 1966, 5th ed., 1973; (with C. Hilberry) Struggle and Promise: Future for Colleges, 1969; Models and Mavericks: A Profile of Private Liberal Arts Colleges, 1971; Shared Authority on Campus, 1971; (co-author and ed.) Experiential Learning: Rationale, Characteristics, Assessment, 1977; (co-author and ed.) Learning by Experience: Who, What, How?, 1978; (co-author and co-ed.) Defining and Assuring Quality in Experiential Education, 1980; Employability in a High Performance Economy, Cael, 1993; (vol. ed.) Perspectives on Experiential Learning, 1994; (with B.G. Sheckley) Improving Employee Development, 1997; (with J. Griggs and B.G. Sheckley) Effectiveness and Efficiency in Higher Education for Adults, 2002. Address: 10989 Swansfield Rd, Columbia, MD 21044, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]