Sherron D. Hill

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Sherron D. Hill was a professor of art education at Brigham Young University. He served as the chair of the Art Department from 1984-1987. He also served at BYU as the Art Education Graduate and Undergraduate Coordinator and the Art Education Area Head.

Hill received his bachelor's degree in Physical Education with a minor in Art from Weber State University in 1965. At the University of Iowa, in 1971 and 1973, he received his master's in Learning Theories and Sculpture, and his Ph.D. in Art Education: Curriculum Development and Evaluation, Instruction and Sculpture.

Hill was a High School art instructor for two High Schools in Salt Lake City, Utah before becoming an art instructor at the University of Iowa in 1969. In 1973, he was hired as a Professor of Art Education at Illinois State, and served there as the Chairman of the Art Education Area. In 1976, he moved to the University of South Carolina as a Professor of Art. There he was the Chairman of the Department of Public Communications Committee and the Director of Graduate Studies for the Department of Art. He was there until going to BYU in 1981.

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