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Dale P. Layman, Ph.D.
|Dale P. Layman, Ph.D.|
|Title||Professor in Biomedical Area|
|Expertise||Teaching, writing, research, speaking|
|Current Organization||Joliet Junior College|
|Type of Organization||Junior college|
|Major Product||Education-textbooks, educational materials|
|Area of Distribution||International|
|University/Degree||M.S., Univ. of MI, 1974; Ed.S., Ball State Univ., IN, 1979; Ph.D., Univ. of IL, 1986; Grand Ph.D., World Info. Dist. Univ., 2003|
|Born||July 3, 1948, Niles, Michigan|
|Honors & Awards||"The First Grand Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine for the USA"; Greatest Minds of the 21st Century, The Genius Elite, Ambassador of Grand Eminence; 15 other Awards, American Biographical Institute; Top 100 Scientists, Top 100 Educators, 2005; Greatest Intellectuals, International Scientist of 2003, International Educator of 2003; 10 other Awards, International Biographical Centre, England; Who's Who Among America's Teachers-Multiple Year Honoree; Notable Author, Text and Academic Authors, Inc.|
|Published Works||"The Terminology of Anatomy and Physiology," 1983; "Running Withdrawal, Mileage and Injury: Implications for Exercise Programs," 1991; "The Medical Language: A Programmed, Body-Systems Approach," 1995; "Robowatch 2002: Mankind At The Brink"; Preface to "Concise Encyclopedia of Robotics" by Stan Gibilisco, 2002; "Biology Demystified", 2003; "Anatomy Demystified", "Physiology Demystified", 2004; "Medical Terminology Demystified", McGraw-Hill, 2005|
|Affiliations||Founder & President, Robowatch; Life Fellow, Soc. of Leading Intellectuals of the World; World Laureate, Deputy Gov., Continental Gov., Life Fellow, Research Board of Advisors; American Order of Excellence, Amer. Biographical Institute; Life Patron, Int'l Biographical Assoc.; Order of Int'l Fellowship; Int'l Order of Merit; Int'l Millennium Time Capsule; Member of the Scientific Faculty, Deputy Director General, Medical Advisor, Int'l Biographical Centre; Campus Coordinator, IL Community College Faculty Assoc.; Academic Council, London Diplomatic Academy; Cavalier-Knight, European Academy of Information; Founding Cabinet Member, World Peace and Diplomacy Forum|
|Hobbies & Sports||Running|
|Career Accomplishments||Initiated campaign that led to passage of the Faculty Ranking Resolution, to call tenured faculty Professors within the IL Community College System; Recommended development of a new discipline called "Compu-Think: Computer-like modes of human thinking"; Founded Robowatch: "Keeping A Watchful Eye on Robots & Computers", an Int'l Human Rights Advocacy Group; Recognized by The Grand Doctor's Committee (U.N. affiliated) for stating the Global Problem: From Homo sapiens to Robo sapiens|
|Work History||Histological Technician, 1971-72, Teaching Fellow, Human Physiology, 1972-74, Univ. of MI Medical School; Instructor, Lake Superior State Univ., MI, 1974-75|
|Children||Andrew Michael, 30; Alexis Kathyrn, 15; Allison Victoria, 13; Amanda Elizabeth, 11|
|Spouse||Kathleen Ann Jackowiak|
|Married||Aug. 8, 1970|
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