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Frederick (Fred) Henneke


Adjunct Instructor of History Faculty Bio: Frederick (Fred) Henneke
Email:  flhenneke@schreiner.edu      

Classes Taught
HIST 1301 (1st half of American survey)
HIST 1302 (2nd half of American survey)
HIST 3305 (History of U.S. Constitution)
POLS 2101 (Moot Court)
POLS 2301 (Fed & State Government)
 
Teaching Field
  • U.S. History
Teaching Experience
  • January 2008-Present
    Part-Time Adjunct Faculty
    Schreiner University
  • January 2008-May 2008
    Part-Time Adjunct Faculty
    San Antonio Community College
Education
  • J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 1980
  • M.A. in diplomatic history, University of Oklahoma, 1972
  • B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1970
  • Certificate of Advanced International Affairs Program, Texas A&M University, 2009-Present
Awards
  • 2008, Part-Time Faculty Teaching Award, Schreiner University
  • 2005, Ernest T. Player Award, Playhouse 2000
  • 2003, Peacemaker of the Year Award, Hill Country Alternate Dispute Resolution Center
Work Experience
  • Legal 1980-1999
  • 2003-present Attorney in Dallas, TX and Kerrville, TX
  • 1999-2002 Kerr County Judge (Elected)
  • 1994-1998 General Counsel, Headwaters Underground Water Conservation District
Legislative
  • February 1979-January 1980 Legislative Aide to the Honorable Tom Loeffler, Member of the United States House of Representatives, representing the 21st Congressional District, State of Texas
Foreign Affairs
  • January 1973-February 1979 Foreign Service Officer, U.S. Department of State
Military
  • 1972-1985 U.S. Army Reserve; resigned in 1985 with rank of Captain

Community Activity
Kerrville Kiwanis Club, 2002-Present; Board of Directors, Kerrville Kiwanis Club, 2004-2008; Families and Literacy, Inc. Advisory Board, 2004-Present; State Bar of Texas, 1980-Present; Kerr County Bar Association, 1993-Present, 1997 President; Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce, 1993-Present; Kerrville Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, 2005-2008; Kerr Economic Foundation Board of Directors, 1999-2010; Kerr Economic Foundation Executive Committee, 1999-2002; Dietert Senior Center Board of Directors, 2002-2008; Hill Country Crisis Council Board of Directors, 2003-2005; Texas Rural Judges Association, 1999-2002; Alamo Area Council of Governments, Board of Directors, 1999-2002; Texas Leadership Institute Lecturer , 1996; Kerr County Leadership, 1995; Hill Country Arts Foundation, Board of Directors, 1994-1996; 2007-2008; Hill Country Rehabilitation House, Board of Directors, 1993-1996; Hill Country YMCA, Board of Management, 1993-1998; Lower Colorado River Association Board of Directors, 1995-1999; Kerr County Republican Party, Secretary 1993-1996; Vice-Chairman 2002- 2004

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