Redshaw, Peggy A(nn) 1948-
REDSHAW, Peggy A(nn) 1948-
PERSONAL: Born September 4, 1948, in Beardstown, IL; daughter of Francis B. and Margaret (Lee) Redshaw; married Jerry Bryan Lincecum (a professor of English), September 28, 1985. Education: Quincy University, B.S. (cum laude), 1970; Illinois State University, Ph.D., 1974. Hobbies and other interests: Photography, travel.
ADDRESSES: Home—608 North Cleveland, Sherman, TX 75090. Office—Austin College, 900 North Grand Ave., Sherman, TX 75090; fax: 903-813-2420. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO, postdoctoral fellow at Medical School, 1974-77; Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA, assistant professor of biology, 1977-79; Austin College, Sherman, TX, began as assistant professor, became professor of biology, 1979—. Council on Undergraduate Research, member. Telling Our Stories (autobiography writing project), codirector, 1990—.
MEMBER: American Society for Microbiology, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Association of Biology Laboratory Educators.
AWARDS, HONORS: Miss Ima Hogg Historical Achievement Award, Center for American History, University of Texas—Austin, and Ottis Lock Award, East Texas Historical Association, both 1998, for Science on the Texas Frontier: The Observations of Dr. Gideon Lincecum.
(With Edward Hake Phillips and husband, Jerry Bryan Lincecum) Science on the Texas Frontier: The Observations of Dr. Gideon Lincecum, Texas A & M University Press (College Station, TX), 1997.
(Coeditor) Gideon Lincecum's Sword: Civil War Letters from the Texas Home Front, University of North Texas Press (Denton, TX), 2001.
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