Born to James Buchanan Oswald and Eula Bea (Marlin) Oswald, in Plainview, TX.
Enlists in the Reserve Officer Training Corps at West Texas State College through 1957 and is in the US Army from 1957 to 1958.
Marries Dorothy Ann Veigel, who passes away in August 2018.
Completes infantry officer training at Fort Benning, GA through 1958 and is a training officer at Fort Leonard Wood, MO, in 1958.
Receives Bachelor of Science from West Texas State College.
Receives a Master of Arts from West Texas State College; is a captain of the infantry within the US Army Reserve through 1968.
Becomes an energy conservation consultant and continues to serve in this role.
Completes an internship in educational leadership in Washington, D.C.
Works as a teacher and supervisor within Salt Lake City Public Schools through 1966.
Becomes a curriculum specialist within the American Institutes for Research through 1968.
Works as a staff associate for the National Council for Social Studies through 1969.
Teaches as an assistant professor of social studies and social sciences education at Syracuse University through 1972.
Earns a Doctor of Education from Stanford University.
Is a research writer and director of global cultural studies education projects within the American University Field Staff through 1975.
Serves assistant Superintendent of Instruction within the East Pennsylvania School District in Emmaus, PA, through 1978.
Is a field coordinator for Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey Citizen Education and Research for Better Schools in Philadelphia, PA.
Serves as an instructional development specialist at the Community College of Philadelphia through 1996.
Serves as editor of the quarterly newsletter “Plant Based Nutrition” and continues in this role.
Is the co-founder and president of the Institute for Plant-Based Nutrition and continues in these roles.
Is a consultant at DudeSpa as well as a career mentor and life coach and continues in these roles.