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Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa Karate Instructor Awarded Professor of Martial Arts & Science

Posted on January 10, 2016 at 11:35 AM

Few in history have been selected as a PROFESSOR OF MARTIAL ARTS and also a PROFESSOR OF SCIENCE. But over-achiever and polymath" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Dan Hausel of Gilbert and Mesa, Arizona has been selected for both honors due to his numerous contributions and expertise in both Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo and also in the Geological Sciences

Grandmaster Hausel of traditional Shorin-Ryu Karate and Kobudo has been teaching martial arts for more than 4 decades and training in the martial arts for more than decades. As a geoscientist, Professor Hausel has explored and found many diamond, gemstone and gold deposits over the past four decades including some world-class deposits.


Grandmaster Hausel received legitimate certifications and papers as the grandmaster of Shorin-Ryu Karate (Seiyo-Kai) in 1999 at the Juko Kai International Hombu dojo. His certification as Grandmaster was presented from Zen Kokusai Soke Budo Bugei Renmei by Dai-Soke Sacharnoski, 12th dan and yudansha certification was authorized by Dai-Soke Sacharnoski of the US and by Soke Shian Toma (10th dan) of Okinawa. Additional certifications were presented by other martial arts organizations and Soke Hausel was later selected as a member of the US Soke Council. He also graduated in geology from the University of Utah in 1972 and in 1974 and since worked for the US Geological Survey, the Wyoming Geological Survey, University of Wyoming and as a consulting for many diamond and gold companies.


For many years, Soke Hausel has been recognized as a polymath of martial arts, geological sciences and education. He continues educating the public on karate and geological sciences through teaching classes, clinics, public lectures, websites and books.


Recently, he was selected for the 'Leonardo Da Vinci Award' (a polymath) in 2015 and now has been selected for HONORARY PROFESSOR OF SCIENCE for 2016. In 1997, Grandmaster Hausel was awarded 'Kyoju no Budo' by Juko Kai International which translates as Professor of Martial Arts while he was teaching martial arts and self-defense classes and clinics at the University of Wyoming.


Hausel received notification of the selection from Nicholas Law, Director General, Cambridge England on Dec. 18th, 2015 - "... Only a very select few are to be honoured in this way and each recepient has been handpicked by the Appointments Board of which I have the pleasure to be Chairman. The selection processs in clear: a receipient must show the very highest level of achievement within the field of science and must be seen as an authority within his field of expertise. ...".


Categories: Arizona Karate Instructor, Mesa Karate Instructor, Gilbert Arizona Hall-of-Fame martial artist

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