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82 years old [2004]


University of California, Berkeley Master of Arts


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John G. Sperling

, Ph.D., is the founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Apollo Group, Inc. Dr. Sperling was also President of Apollo Group, Inc. from its inception until February 1998 and Chief Executive Officer of Apollo Group, Inc. until August 2001. Prior to his involvement with Apollo Group, Inc., from 1961 to 1973, Dr. Sperling was a professor of Humanities at San Jose State University where he was the Director of the Right to Read Project and the Director of the NSF Cooperative College-School Science Program in Economics. At various times from 1955 to 1961, Dr. Sperling was a member of the faculty at the University of Maryland, Ohio State University, and Northern Illinois University. Dr. Sperling received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University, an M.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, and a B.A. from Reed College. Dr. Sperling is the father of Peter V. Sperling.

82 years old [2004]
University of California, Berkeley Master of Arts
Cambridge University Doctor of Philosophy
Reed College Bachelor of Arts

John G. Sperling

, Ph.D., is the founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Apollo Group, Inc. Dr. Sperling was also President of Apollo Group, Inc. from its inception until February 1998 and Chief Executive Officer of Apollo Group, Inc. until August 2001. Prior to his involvement with Apollo Group, Inc., from 1961 to 1973, Dr. Sperling was a professor of Humanities at San Jose State University where he was the Director of the Right to Read Project and the Director of the NSF Cooperative College-School Science Program in Economics. At various times from 1955 to 1961, Dr. Sperling was a member of the faculty at the University of Maryland, Ohio State University, and Northern Illinois University. Dr. Sperling received his Ph.D. from Cambridge University, an M.A. from the University of California at Berkeley, and a B.A. from Reed College. Dr. Sperling is the father of Peter V. Sperling.
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Streisand admitted that the two clones had different personalities than Samantha. According to investigative reporter John Wostendiak, the first effort to clone a dog occurred after Dolly the sheep made headlines. University of Phoenix founder John Sperling attempted to receive funding from Texas A&M to ...
But when John Sperling opened the University of Phoenix in 1976, his unconventional model, which included course credit for work experience and, in 1989, an early and aggressive move to online learning, allowed for rapid growth. Within five years of going public (in 1994), the school had a hundred ...

The effort to clone dogs began when John Sperling, the founder of the University of Phoenix, read about Dolly the sheep and decided to clone his girlfriend's dog. The Texas A&M effort he funded failed, though they managed to clone many other species. South Korea picked up the research after that and ...
The effort to clone dogs began when John Sperling, the founder of the University of Phoenix, read about Dolly the sheep and decided to clone his girlfriend's dog. The Texas A&M effort he funded failed, though they managed to clone many other species. South Korea picked up the research after that and ...
None. Jerry Moyes, the retired chairman and CEO of Swift Transportation Co., in a 2009 file photo. David Wallace/The Republic. Peter Sperling is the son of Apollo Education Group. None. Peter Sperling is the son of Apollo Education Group founder John Sperling. Apollo Education Group. Like this topic?
It looked like the initiative might fail. Activists urged Ethan Nadelmann, Director of the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), to convince wealthy philanthropists George Soros, Peter Lewis, and John Sperling to contribute the millions of dollars it would take to win a California ballot measure. A call was put out for more ...

John Sperling began Apollo Group, Phoenix University's parent company, in California in the '80s. Soon after, he moved to Arizona because of a more lenient regulatory environment. In the U.S., businesses form LLC's in Delaware, and for-profit educators base their operations in Arizona. Besides Apollo ...
... a former Major League Baseball player for the Houston Astros, Cleveland Indians and other teams — has bought a 6,910-square-foot, Santa Barbara-style estate in the wealthy Arcadia area of Phoenix. Crowe paid $3.235 million for the Exeter Boulevard estate previously owned by the late John Sperling, ...
In the story of for-profit education, Phoenix is pretty much ground zero. It was here that John Sperling, the Cambridge-educated founder of the University of Phoenix, built a for-profit giant after he identified a need for flexible, continuing-education programs in the 1970s. Sperling's enterprise was initially born ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion for $16.85 million. The 18,900-square-foot Phoenix estate is situated on five acres in the coveted neighborhood and comes with 12-and-a-half bathrooms and 10 bedrooms. It's one of the top five priciest houses ...
Peter Sperling, son of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, has sold a Montecito estate formerly owned by actress Jane Seymour for $10.5 million. Designed by architects William A. Edwards and Joseph Plunkett and completed in the late 1920s, the 3.34-acre compound contains a ...
John G. Sperling, a pioneer of for-profit education who turned a $26,000 investment into the multibillion-dollar University of Phoenix, calling himself “an unintentional entrepreneur and an accidental C.E.O.,” died on Friday in the San Francisco area. He was 93. His death was announced by the Apollo ...
Even critics agree that John Sperling's vision transformed higher education, which has adopted many of his innovative ideas, particularly distance ... John G. Sperling, a poor boy from the Missouri Ozarks who survived a cruel childhood to become a college professor and a billionaire with an idea for a ...
John G. Sperling's sale of 1.8 million shares comes as the stocks at many for-profit college companies have surged in the wake of the Department of Education's issuance of “gainful employment“ rules, which the for-profit college industry had been aggressively fighting for more than a year. As enrollments at ...
It looked like the initiative might fail. Activists urged Ethan Nadelmann, Director of the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), to convince wealthy philanthropists George Soros, Peter Lewis, and John Sperling to contribute the millions of dollars it would take to win a California ballot measure. A call was put out for more ...
“The push to legalize marijuana started with George Soros; Daniel Lewis, the heir of the co-founder of Progressive Insurance; Sean Parker, the founder of Napster and first president of Facebook; and John Sperling, the founder of the University of Phoenix. All have given massive funding to the efforts to ...
Given the comparatively low regulation of the state, Woz U seems to be lacking the organizational chops that its lofty goals will require. John Sperling began Apollo Group, Phoenix University's parent company, in California in the '80s. Soon after, he moved to Arizona because of a more lenient regulatory ...

... a former Major League Baseball player for the Houston Astros, Cleveland Indians and other teams — has bought a 6,910-square-foot, Santa Barbara-style estate in the wealthy Arcadia area of Phoenix. Crowe paid $3.235 million for the Exeter Boulevard estate previously owned by the late John Sperling, ...
In the story of for-profit education, Phoenix is pretty much ground zero. It was here that John Sperling, the Cambridge-educated founder of the University of Phoenix, built a for-profit giant after he identified a need for flexible, continuing-education programs in the 1970s. Sperling's enterprise was initially born ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion for $16.85 million. The 18,900-square-foot Phoenix estate is situated on five acres in the coveted neighborhood and comes with 12-and-a-half bathrooms and 10 bedrooms. It's one of the top five priciest houses ...
Peter Sperling, son of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, has sold a Montecito estate formerly owned by actress Jane Seymour for $10.5 million. Designed by architects William A. Edwards and Joseph Plunkett and completed in the late 1920s, the 3.34-acre compound contains a ...
"I can't think of an individual who has single-handedly created more viable higher education opportunities for more individuals than John Sperling," said Guilbert Hentschke, chairman emeritus of USC's Rossier School of Education. Sperling later renamed the company Apollo Education Group. After taking it ...
John G. Sperling's sale of 1.8 million shares comes as the stocks at many for-profit college companies have surged in the wake of the Department of Education's issuance of “gainful employment“ rules, which the for-profit college industry had been aggressively fighting for more than a year. As enrollments at ...
This innovative technology can significantly help drive efficiency and productivity and empower healthcare providers worldwide by providing real time data and clinical interpretation,” Dr. John Sperling of the Mayo Clinic said in a press release. The Stethee system features the company's Aida artificial ...
John Sperling began Apollo Group, Phoenix University's parent company, in California in the '80s. Soon after, he moved to Arizona because of a more lenient regulatory environment. In the U.S., businesses form LLC's in Delaware, and for-profit educators base their operations in Arizona. Most of the ...
The country's largest for-profit college, the University of Phoenix, was established in Arizona because, as the founder John Sperling once told the Arizona Republic, there were no regulations. It's no coincidence that the school's name also adorns the Arizona Cardinals football stadium, providing, if nothing ...
Crowe paid $3.235 million for the Exeter Boulevard estate previously owned by the late John Sperling, the founder of University of Phoenix.
In the story of for-profit education, Phoenix is pretty much ground zero. It was here that John Sperling, the Cambridge-educated founder of the ...
Peter Sperling — son of Apollo founder John Sperling (who died in 2014 at the age of 93)— has resigned as chairman of the board, according ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion with 18,900 square feet of space for $16.85 ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion with 18,900 square feet of space for $16.85 ...
John Sperling [the main founder of UOPX] mortgaged his house, had some retirement from being a professor,and his girlfriend put in some ...
Peter Sperling, son of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, has sold a Montecito estate formerly owned by actress Jane Seymour for ...
John G. Sperling, a poor boy from the Missouri Ozarks who survived a .... opportunities for more individuals than John Sperling," said Guilbert ...
John G. Sperling's sale of 1.8 million shares comes as the stocks at many for-profit college companies have surged in the wake of the ...
John G. Sperling's sale of 1.8 million shares comes as the stocks at many for-profit college companies have surged in the wake of the ...
The complaint accused former Apollo CEO and chairman John Sperling, who died in 2014, of making $157.1 million off the sale of 3.5 million ...
In the story of for-profit education, Phoenix is pretty much ground zero. It was here that John Sperling, the Cambridge-educated founder of the ...
Peter Sperling — son of Apollo founder John Sperling (who died in 2014 at the age of 93)— has resigned as chairman of the board, according ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion with 18,900 square feet of space for $16.85 ...
Peter Sperling, son of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, has sold a Montecito estate formerly owned by actress Jane Seymour for ...
John G. Sperling, a poor boy from the Missouri Ozarks who survived a .... opportunities for more individuals than John Sperling," said Guilbert ...
photo - Roy Moots co-owns Roy's Cannabis Connection on 2360 East Platte Ave. Roy Moots co-owns Roy's Cannabis Connection on 2360 ...
John G. Sperling's sale of 1.8 million shares comes as the stocks at many for-profit college companies have surged in the wake of the ...
Along with Soros, Peter Lewis of Progressive Insurance and John Sperling of the University of Phoenix - three ultra-wealthy liberals - are funding nationwide efforts to convince state lawmakers to expand the use of medical marijuana and eventually for ...
NFIA particularly singles out billionaires Peter Lewis, George Soros, and John Sperling as large individual contributors and as the deep pockets behind some of the more influential marijuana policy reform advocacy groups, such as the Marijuana Policy ...
Along with Soros, Peter Lewis of Progressive Insurance, and John Sperling of the University of Phoenix - three ultra-wealthy liberals - are funding nationwide efforts to convince state lawmakers to expand the use of medical marijuana and, eventually, ...
Yes, the larger issue is credentialing, and this is the first time anyone has commented on credentialism as the engine of John Sperling's phenomenal success with UoP. Underserved population, workers, etc., in fact, all of the early rhetoric of UoP, was ...
University of Phoenix founder John Sperling's son Peter has listed his opulent Arcadia mansion for $16.85 million. The 18,900-square-foot Phoenix estate is situated on five acres in the coveted neighborhood and comes with 12-and-a-half bathrooms and 10 ...
Still, he enrolled in the music college at Central Washington University. But, worrying that he would disappoint his family, he finished his education with a business management degree from the John Sperling School of Business at the University of Phoenix.


 

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