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Dr. Richard Gardiner

Wrong Dr. Richard Gardiner?

Assistant Professor

Phone: (706) ***-****  HQ Phone
Columbus State University
4225 University Avenue
Columbus , Georgia 31907
United States

Company Description: CSU already offers four of the six courses required for the degree. Students will cover staffing and training development in the two new courses.
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  • Ph.D.
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Richard Gardiner, ...
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Richard Gardiner, Ph.D. History Education Professor Columbus State University, Columbus, GA
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Rich in pastoral insight and readily accessible to a broad readership, this book should become a very popular resource among churches committed to the theological formation of their members.
Richard Gardiner, ...
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Richard Gardiner, Ph.D. History Education Professor Columbus State University, Columbus, GA
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Rich in pastoral insight and readily accessible to a broad readership, this book should become a very popular resource among churches committed to the theological formation of their members.
It does not take much for ...
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It does not take much for the historically curious in either town - like Richard Gardiner, a professor of teacher education at Columbus State University here - to explain why theirs is the true originator of a revered American holiday and why the other is well-meaning but simply misguided.
Richard Gardiner, a ...
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Richard Gardiner, a professor of teacher education at Columbus State University, points to a local woman named Mary Ann Williams, who in the spring of 1866 wrote an open letter suggesting "a day be set apart annually" and become a "custom of the country" to decorate the graves of fallen soldiers.
Richard Gardiner, a ...
www.denverpost.com [cached]
Richard Gardiner, a professor of teacher education at Columbus State University, points to a local woman named Mary Ann Williams, who in the spring of 1866 wrote an open letter suggesting "a day be set apart annually" and become a "custom of the country" to decorate the graves of fallen soldiers.
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