The Citizen's Coinage Advisory Committee has a new member - Dr. Dean J. Kotlowski. Here's his bio from the CCAC web site. The site doesn't have a photo of him yet, but I found one on
the Ohio University College of Arts & Sciences Forum. -Editor
Dr. Kotlowski is Professor of History at Salisbury University. A specialist in twentieth-century US political and policy history, he received his Ph.D. and M.A. from Indiana University and
his B.A. from Canisius College. He is the author of Nixon's Civil Rights: Politics, Principle, and Policy and Paul V. McNutt and the Age of FDR, and the editor of The European Union:
From Jean Monnet to the Euro. Professor Kotlowski has published forty articles and book chapters in the US, UK, Australia, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Finland, and Russia. He has lectured in
twenty-two countries and has twice served as a Fulbright Scholar, in the Philippines (2008) and Austria (2016).
Dr. Kotlowski has extensive experience in public history. He was a member of a four-person team of internationally-renowned historians who oversaw the first-ever comprehensive reconfiguring of
museum exhibits at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, California. In addition to extensive lecturing before academic, community, senior citizen, and student groups, he has spoken numerous
times on National Public Radio and has appeared thrice on C-SPAN, including in their "Lectures in American History" (2012) series."
To read the complete article, see:
Dr. Dean J. Kotlowski (https://www.ccac.gov/aboutUs/bio_kotlowskiDean.html)
For more information on CCAC, see:
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