Ludwig Otto won the 2008 Democratic Primary for US Congress from Texas District 6 by defeating Fort Worth Attorney Steve Bush.
"Maxine and I paid the campaign expenses out of our salaries.I worked for Tarrant County College and Maxine worked for the University of Dallas. "
A few years earlier, Ludwig Otto served on the Steering Committee of US Senator Phil Gramm (R,TX) when he ran for US President and he served on the Steering Committee of Lt. Governor Bob Bulluck (D,TX).
Dr. Ludwig Otto: 82 years old
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Bold Christian University is an amazingsuccess story.Founded in 1983, BCU has students from Russia, Afganistan, Benin, Australia, Mexico, Brazil, New Guinea, Ruwanda, Singapore, New Zealand, Egypt, Mozambique, Turkey, Cyprus, Zimbabwe, SriLanka, Liberia, USA, Switzerland, Italy, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Mauritus, Peru, Jamaica, Ghana, Botswana, Bahamas, Tanzania, England, India, Pakistan,South Africa, Niger, Germany, Malaysia, Philippines, Togo, Mexico, Panama, St. Thomas, Spain, France, Niger, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, Libya, Canada, Denmark, andChina, and BCU is 100% free (We will send you free copies of our material.Email firstname.lastname@example.org for copies.)
Yes, you read that last line right: no cost for tuition, no cost for text books, and no cost to graduate.100% free and we never ask students, or anyone else for money.
We take seriously :
·when Jesus said “Foxes have holes and birds have nests, but the Son of Man has no place to rest His head"
·when Paul supported his ministry by making tents
·and most of the disciples were self-employed entrepreneurs (fisherman, tax collectors, medical doctors)
We never ask anyone for money. Dr. Otto supported BCU by working as an educator in the Fort Worth – Dallas area (He retired in 2015 at age 81 as an award winning, tenured, full professor of English at Tarrant County College). The School of Education at the University of Texas at Austin awarded him The Medal for Teaching Excellenceat their May, 2014 NISOD Conference in Austin,
Dr Otto has been in education as a professor and administrator since 1953.First, in the military (New York National Guard) and then the computer industry with NCR, Honeywell and the University of Computer Sciences. He has served as a Senior Pastor with Southern Baptist Churches jn Texas ( Fort Worth, Joshua, Euless, Amarillo, Bedford), and later with 14 colleges and universities: Collin County Community College, Le Tourneau University, Paul Quinn College, El Centro College, Mountainview College, University of Texas at Arlington, Concordia University, Our Lady of the Lake University, Tarrant County College, DeVry University, Columbia College, North Lake College, Bold Christian University, and the University of Computer Sciences.
In May of 2014, He recieved the NISOD Medal for Educational Leadership and Teaching Excellence from the School of Education, University of Texas at Austin.
His goal has always been the same: to help others reach their full potential in the subject he was teaching.
For example, he founded and was CEO of the University of Computer Sciences (UCS) in 1966 and it quickly grew to 20 campus locations in Texas, Louisiana, Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, and New Jersey.UCS was approved by State and Federal agencies:
·The United States Department of Justice
·Texas Department of Education
·Louisiana Department of Education
·Missouri Department of Education
·Arkansas Department of Education
UCS had on its Board of Directors:
·David Mahood, Executive Vice President of First City National Bank of Houston, Texas
·John R. Cope, Attorney, Bracewell & Patterson
·Donald E. Nickelson, Managing Partner, Paine Weber, Jacksonand Curtis,
·H. G. Symonds, Jr, , President, Houston National Bank
·D. S. Osborne, Financial Advisor, Quintana Petroleum, Houston
·Marc E. Grossberg, Attorney, Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman, Bates, and Jaworski, Houston
·Guy D. Davidson, Vice President, Liberty National Bank, Houston
·Dr. John H. Carmichael, Dean, Essex County College, New Jersey
·Dr. Rudy Aguilar, Dean, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
·Tommy H. Russell,Attorney General and Advisor to the Governor, Little Rock, Arkansas
UCS offered computer programs at modest prices to students who desperately needed practical, workplace insights into the fastest growing industry of the 1960’s and early 70’s.
With the experience I had with UCS it was easy to help Paul Quinn College and President Lee Monroe raise millions of dollars to improve its new Dallas Campus, after it moved to Dallas from Waco, Texas. As Director of Federal and Foundation Grants He was assigned the responsibility to travel many times to the Department of Labor and Department of Education in Washington, DC and supervise HBCU (Historically Black College and University) grants.
He helped Executive Director Barbara Holston at the Fort Worth Housing Authority raise money from the Sid Richardson Foundation, Bank America, Texas Christian University, and many others. Dr. Otto served as a consultant to the North Texas Library Association and the Dallas Mental Health and MentalRetardation Department. He served on the Board of Directors of the Sickle Cell Foundation and the Union Gospel Mission.Sharon Bolan and Ludwig Otto gave a $10,000 check to First Missionary Baptist Church from a New York City donor.
BCU built a powerhouse of a Christian institution the way Paul, and Peter, and John had built the early church: through hard work and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
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