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Forest Lake’s Daniel VanAcker earned three state championships during his high school career: cross country in the fall, wrestling this winter and track in spring – something which rarely occurs among athletes. It truly makes his accomplishment remarkable!
Early Life and Education
Daniel vanacker has had an avid fascination for aviation ever since he was young. According to Carol Parsons, who often visited Dover Airport with Daniel’s grandfather when he was little and this inspired his love for flight. Once old enough he started taking flying lessons – already accruing over 40 hours!
He specializes in modern and contemporary European history with an emphasis on movements and organizations that transcend national boundaries. He has organised or co-organised multiple academic conferences and workshops as well as leading collaborative projects between historians in Belgium, Britain, Germany and the Netherlands. Before this he was programme leader at Northumbria University as well as teaching at University College London.
He specializes in modern and contemporary European history, with particular attention paid to movements and organisations whose activities span national borders – such as socialists, anarchists, pacifists, and student activists.
VanAcker won a national cross country state meet, won the 1600m title at track and field and claimed wrestling state supremacy – an impressive accomplishment by any measure, let alone for someone attending home schooled high school.
Carol Parsons says any doubt about Daniel’s future career was dispelled upon taking his first flight. Forty hours are required to obtain a pilot’s license; Daniel has already amassed 130. When he turns 21, Daniel plans on pursuing commercial pilotage; in the meantime he enjoys computer assisted drafting, woodworking and playing guitar as hobbies.
Achievement and Honors
Vanacker has achieved much throughout his academic career. He has served as a lecturer at several universities, such as University College London and Northumbria University, while overseeing seven PhD theses to completion. Furthermore, he has published various articles in leading journals related to his field as well as presented at multiple conferences.
Mr. Dempster has received various accolades and awards for his work in digital diplomacy, such as becoming a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society and being honored with the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medal for his contribution to American foreign policy studies.
Steven Van Acker, Teressa Van Acker-De Leebeeck and Andrea Van Acker all consider him their father; Logan, Kaitlyn, Zachary, Kyaira Desmond and Lucca are his grandchildren.
Daniel is a scholar of modern European history. He has published widely on movements and associations that span national borders, such as those undertaken by pacifists, humanitarians, revolutionaries and student activists whose purposes transcended national categories. Daniel’s research into these themes will form the basis of his forthcoming monograph Activism across Borders since 1870: Causes, Campaigns and Conflicts within and Beyond Europe which is scheduled for publication by Bloomsbury Academic in 2023.
He lives at 4149 River Cove Dr, Lansing MI 48937-9517, United States with his wife Janet L Vanacker and has three children together. Daniel enjoys running, golfing and woodworking; computer aided drafting; playing guitar; fishing; traveling / hiking trips with his family are among his many interests.
Drew Van Acker has an estimated net worth of over $5 Million. He is best known for playing Jason DiLaurentis on “Pretty Little Liars” as well as Ian Archer in Tower Prep on Cartoon Network television. Additionally, he made an appearance in 2012 war movie called “Fortress.”
Van Acker found great joy in soccer as a child, receiving a scholarship to attend college on that subject alone. But instead he ultimately decided to focus his energy and talents towards acting and moved to Los Angeles where he took various acting courses to hone his craft.
Since 2015, this individual has conducted two trades of LyondellBasell Industries NV stock valued at a combined $4,292,732. As of 4 May 2020 he currently owns 4,400 shares.