Title: English educator
Company: Biola University
Location: Newport Beach, California, United States
Dale Sprowl, English educator at Biola University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the field of history and English education.
Ms. Sprowl’s parents were both teachers, and in college, she knew it was what she wanted to pursue as well. She prepared for her career at the University of California Los Angeles, before attending Pepperdine University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in humanities and history in 1975 and a Master of Arts in teaching in 1980. So far, Ms. Sprowl has completed 32 units of postgraduate work at the University of California Irvine (UC Irvine). As a certified secondary teacher in the state of California, she began her career as a graduate teaching assistant at Pepperdine University before becoming a fifth- and sixth-grade teacher at Radcliffe Hall. Prior to her current positions as an English professor at Biola University and a school principal and administrator of the Summer Youth program at the UC Irvine’s Writers Project, Ms. Sprowl excelled as an English and history teacher for Garden Grove School District, Newport Christian High School, and Irvine High School.
Most proud of watching her students expand their thinking, Ms. Sprowl is also an active member of the Salt Church and the American Psychoanalytic Association. She has published poetry in various magazines and is the author of “Help! I have a Preschool Child!,” “Help! We’re Married!,” “The Colors of Water,” and “Moon Over Continent’s Edge.” Notably, Ms. Sprowl played a large role in establishing an anti-sex trafficking site in Cambodia and assists in further fundraising and awareness for the project. In recognition of her impressive achievements, she has been featured in the 26th edition of Who’s Who in the West, the eighth edition of Who’s Who in American Education, and multiple editions of Who’s Who in America.
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