Felix Rippy

Felix Rippy
Ivy Tech Community College · Department Health Information Technology

Juris Doctor

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Introduction
Graduate Research Assistant. Merit Based, Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, 2016-2017. Researched and co-wrote White Paper presented at Symposium on Sustainably Financing Public Safety, October 19, 2016. •Attorney. Indiana and (Board Certified) Texas, 1992-2015. All-time record 1106 separate family law clients in Williamson County, Texas. Two partners elected as Judge. Personally served as Elected Precinct Chair and as Election Judge for 8 two-year terms
Additional affiliations
January 2017 - present
Ivy Tech Community College
Position
  • Professor
Description
  • Professor. Business and Technology Department. Ivy Tech Community College, America’s largest statewide community college.
Education
June 1988 - January 1992
Indiana University Bloomington
Field of study
  • Business Law-JD/MBA
August 1985 - May 1986
University of Toronto
Field of study
  • History
September 1980 - June 1984
Harvard University
Field of study
  • History

Publications

Publications (6)
Article
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panama canal transfer treaty -- forum article by felix rippy
Conference Paper
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Arkansas Teacher Corps
Preprint
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Felix Rippy at Summer Institute of Arkansas Teacher Corps
Conference Paper
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sustainable finance of public safety
Presentation
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ABC legal commentary
Article
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This study of Muncie, Indiana, during the years 1891-93, when the older marshal/constable system of law enforcement was replaced by a modern municipal police force, shows the tensions faced by that community as a result of a late but sudden industrial growth. (RM)

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Projects (3)
Project
The Arkansas Teacher Corps partners with school districts to recruit, train, license, and support committed Arkansans as empowered teachers facilitating excellent, equitable education every day. The Arkansas Teacher Corps (ATC) is a partnership between the University of Arkansas, the Arkansas Department of Education, and Arkansas public school districts to recruit, train, license, and support Arkansans as empowered teachers facilitating excellent, equitable education every day.