Peter L. Halvorson, PhD

Geography Educator

Peter Halvorson Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1940

Dr. Halvorson is born in Berlin, Ohio to Otto P. and Adele B. Halvorson.

1962

Dr. Halvorson receives a Bachelor of Arts from Dartmouth College.

1964

Dr. Halvorson marries Judith A. Devaud.

1965

Dr. Halvorson receives a Master of Arts from the University of Cincinnati.

1965

Dr. Halvorson becomes an instructor at the University of Cincinnati.

1967

Dr. Halvorson becomes a geographer for the United States Army Corps Engineers in Cincinnati, Ohio.

1968

Dr. Halvorson becomes an assistant professor at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado.

1970

Dr. Halvorson receives a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Cincinnati.

1970

Dr. Halvorson becomes assistant and then associate professor at the University of Connecticut.

1980

Dr. Halvorson serves as president of the American Association of University Professors.

1981

Dr. Halvorson becomes a department head at the University of Connecticut.

1983

Dr. Halvorson is promoted to full professor at the University of Connecticut.

1985

Dr. Halvorson is appointed chairperson of the Commencement Committee at the University of Connecticut.

1986

Dr. Halvorson becomes special assistant to the president of the University of Connecticut.

2002

Dr. Halvorson is named Outstanding Faculty Advisor at the University of Connecticut.

2003

Dr. Halvorson becomes Professor Emeritus.

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