Don Boileau is a retired professor of communication at George Mason University. He earned his M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Oregon. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Korea in 1968-69. A former department chair of Communication for 13 years, he has served as Parliamentarian for such groups as the U.S. Association for the United Nations, the Association of Teacher Educators, and the international Kappa Delta Pi.
He has won the Distinguished Service award for his state, regional, and national communication organizations. Don was President of the Eastern Communication Association and Chair of the GMU Faculty Senate.
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