Steve Horn

Steve Horn REPRepublican

American politician (1931-2011)

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Steve HornREPRepublican American politician (1931-2011)
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Age at Death1931-2011
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Years of Experience
CAResidence (state)

John Stephen Horn (May 31, 1931 – February 17, 2011) was President of California State University, Long Beach and later a five-term Republican United States Congressman from California from 1993 to 2003.

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Education5 - 5 of 3
Stanford University
PhD
1958
Harvard University
MPA
1955
Stanford University
AB
1953
Past Positions1 - 13 of 13
Representative
United States House of Representatives
1992 - 2002
Chair
National Institute of Corrections
1985 - 1987
United States Commission on Civil Rights
1980 - 1982
Vice-Chair
United States Commission on Civil Rights
1969 - 1980
Administrative Assistant
United States Secretary of Labor
1959 - 1960
Co-Founder
Western United States Committee of Arts and Sciences for Eisenhower
1956
Administrative Assistant
United States Secretary of Labor
1959 - 60
Professor
California State University, Long Beach
1988 - 1993
President
California State University, Long Beach
1970 - 1988
Dean
American University
1969 - 1970
Senior Fellow
The Brookings Institution
1966 - 1969
Legislative Aide
United States Senator Thomas H. Kuchel
1960 - 1966
Specialist 7
Strategic Intelligence, United States Army Reserve
1954 - 1962
Other Experience1 - 12 of 12
Founding Member
National Institute of Corrections
1971 - 1988
Member
Commission of National Challenges in Higher Education
1986 - 1988
Member
Business-Higher Education Forum
1985 - 1988
Vice-Chair
Long Beach Area Chamber of Commerce
1985 - 1988
Chair
American Association of State Colleges and Univesities
1985 - 1987
Fellow
National Academy of Public Administration
1986 - Current
Member
Task Force to Save the Long Beach Symphony
1985
Chair
United Way Fundraising Campaign
1984
Member
Long Beach Economic Development Corporation
1974 - 1978
Fellow
John F. Kennedy Institue of Politics, Harvard University
1966 - 1967
Experience
Phi Beta Kappa
Experience
Pi Sigma Alpha