Christopher B. Reznich, Ph.D., Peace Corps volunteer (Chad, 1974-76)

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Christopher B. Reznich, Ph.D., Peace Corps volunteer (Chad, 1974-76)



Christopher B. Reznich, Ph.D., Peace Corps volunteer (Chad, 1974-76)

Christopher B. Reznich, Ph.D., Peace Corps volunteer (Chad, 1974-76)

Biosketch

Since Peace Corps service, (Chad/TEFL, 1974-76) Chris Reznich has earned his Master of Arts in Teaching degree from the School for International Training, Brattleboro, Vermont, and his Ph.D. in educational systems development from Michigan State University. During the 1980's he worked with the U.S. State Department's Southeast Asian Refugee Training Program in Thailand and Indonesia as a teacher trainer/supervisor and materials developer. There, he was a member of a team that developed and implemented language and cultural orientation training programs that were used to train over 350,000 Indochinese refugees resettling in the United States. Chris is currently an Associate Professor with the Office of Medical Education Research and Development (OMERAD) at Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine.



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Story Source: Michigan State University

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