Feb. 22, 2018
Dee Henry was hired to teach physical education and develop a tennis program at Biola. From 1971 through 2016, in addition to her faculty load, Dee served part-time as the women's tennis coach.
Biola's United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) elite level teaching pro, Dee Henry, has introduced tennis to youth who have played for more than 50 different high school teams, 12 college teams and five players who became high school coaches. Many of Biola's wheelchair players have reached national ranking and three earned an international ranking.
Dale Sprowl teaches critical thinking, writing and literature at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. During summers she administrates the Young Writer’s Project at UCI. Her work with the UCI Writing Project began in 1981 in professional development coursework in cognition and composition. She also has contributed to the UCIWP texts on the teaching of writing. Her first chapbook, The Colors of Water, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2007. Her poems have also appeared in Pearl, Fire, A New Song, Ancient Paths, and Knowing Stones: Poems of Exotic Places. She earned her bachelors degree in humanities and in history as well as a masters degree in history from Pepperdine University. Her affiliation with the school has continued by teaching in the Graduate School of Education and Psychology and by supervising elementary and secondary student teachers. She is an Educator Associate for the American Psychoanalytic Association. She lives in Newport Beach with her husband and youngest daughter while her older daughter attends graduate school and her son works.