An educational beginning financed by his military career

Serving as a cryptologist during the Korean War, James Kellerman explains that education benefits earned in the military helped finance his doctoral degree.

Serving as a cryptologist during the Korean War, James Kellerman explains that education benefits earned in the military helped finance his doctoral degree.

James Kellerman’s entire employment history has been associated with education, such as serving as a college president or leading state community college associations.

Nonetheless, Kellerman, 78, Jefferson City, asserts that many of these career opportunities might not have been possible without his doctoral degree — an educational goal financed through his military service.

Born in Pennsylvania, Kellerman’s family relocated to Florida following his father’s return from service in World War II.

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