Fitzpatrick, Edward Augustus
FITZPATRICK, EDWARD AUGUSTUS
Educator, author, editor; b. New York City. Aug. 29, 1884; d. Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 13, 1960. He was the son of Thomas and Ellen (Radley) Fitzpatrick. His undergraduate and graduate studies were completed in 1911 at Columbia University, New York City, with the Ph.D. Two years later he married Lillian V. Taylor. After teaching in the public high schools of New York, Fitzpatrick was appointed to the Wisconsin State Board for Public Affairs and devoted the rest of his life to educational work in Wisconsin. He served on the University of Wisconsin staff in Madison, Wis. (1919–23), and became dean (1924–39) of the Marquette University Graduate School, Milwaukee. From 1928 until his death he served also as chancellor, and as president of Mount Mary College, Milwaukee. Fitzpatrick edited The Public Servant (1916–17), Hospital Progress (1924–27), and the Catholic School Journal (1929–60). He published articles and books, including Industrial Citizenship (1927), Foundations of Christian Education (1929), I Believe in Education (1938), How to Educate Human Beings (1950), Exploring a Theology of Education (1950), and La Salle, Patron of All Teachers (1951).
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