Tabor’s Kyle inducted into high school hall of fame

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Richard Kyle, professor of history and religious studies at Tabor since 1972, was inducted into the Hatboro-Horsham High School Hall of Fame, April 24.

Kyle, a former student of this Pennsylvania school, was honored for his educational achievements.  

Following the completion of a bachelor of science degree, Kyle earned his master of arts degree in 1965 and then a master of divinity degree in 1968.

After earning his doctorate in 1972, Kyle also completed his master of theology degree from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1980.

In 2000, Kyle served as a Fulbright Scholar, the most prestigious international exchange program for college educators.

Through this program, about 4,000 professors teach around the world. Kyle taught at the National University of Kiev Mohyla Academy in Kiev, Ukraine.

In demand as a writer and lecturer, Kyle has written six books and published more than 80 articles. He has also been named into the Hall of Fame at Kutztown (Pa.) University.

Kyle has taught at Tabor since 1972. He is also the advisor for the annual Europe trip offered during Interterm.

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