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Professor Emeritus Erazmus Dies

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Edward Erazmus, Associate Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, died February 21 in Lawrence. Prof. Erazmus obtained his Ph.D. at the University of Michigan, came to KU in 1964, and founded and directed the Intensive English Center (now the Applied English Center) until 1975. Prof. Erazmus taught courses in Linguistics and Teaching English as a Second Language until his retirement in 1985. His obituary.


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