|Date of birth||April 17, 1921|
|Place of birth||Mittelstrasse 51, Leichlingen Rhld., Germany|
|Citizenship||U.S. Derivative, Detroit, Michigan, September 3, 1942|
|Military status||U.S. Army, honorably discharged, October 27, 1943|
|Academic degrees||B.A. Albion College, Albion Mich., June 1948
M.A. Wayne State Univ., Detroit, Mich., February 1961
|Teaching certificate||Community College Permanent Certificate issued by the State of Michigan on August 19, 1961. .|
|Teaching experience||Part-time Instructor: Wayne State Univ., 1960-1961
Instructor: University of Detroit, Sept. 1960-1962
Instructor: Augustana College, 1962-1963
Assistant Professor: Augustana College, 1963-1977
Associate Professor: Augustana College, 1977-1985
Professor: Augustana College, 1985-1987
Professor Emeritus: Augustana College, Summer 1989
|Teaching specialty||Beginning and Intermediate German, German Culture and Civilization.|
|Special assignments||Director of Summer School in Germany since 1968.
Establishment of Student-Faculty Exchange Program between Augustana College and the University of Passau, 1987.
|Other experiences||Mail-boy: Sharples Chemicals, Wyandotte, Michigan, 1941-1942.
Private: ERWIN WEBER, 36542267, Company "C" 12th Engineer Battalion, 8th Division, U.S. Army, November 1942 - October 1943.
Draftsman: Tank Automotive Center, Detroit, 1943-44.
Waiter: Car ferries, Lake Michigan, Summer jobs, 1946, 1947, 1948.
Assistant Manager: S.S. Kresge Co., Gloucester, Mass., 1948-1949.
Draftsman: Research Designing Service, Detroit, 1949-50.
Industrial Illustrator: Ford's Scientific Lab., Dearborn, Mich. 1950-59.
|Academic honors||Member of Kappa Mu Epsilon, honorary Mathematics Fraternity,
Alpha Chapter, November 25, 1945, Albion College, Albion, Mich.
Graduate and undergraduate scholarships from Albion College, Albion, Michigan., and Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan.
LCA grant for graduate studies at the University of Iowa, Iowa City.
|Professional honors|| 1977 National Religious Book Award and other Media Best in the Category "Illustrated Religious Works" to Erwin Weber for From Luther to 1580, A Pictorial Account and the Publisher Concordia. Presented by Religious Media Today on January 13, 1978.
Establishment of the Erwin Weber Scholarship Fund to assist students of Augustana College in the study of German in Germany, especially at the University of Passau.
Correspondent for The Lutheran Journal as an accredited member of the Associated Church Press.
Invitation of the East German government in 1983 to participate as an honored guest in events and festivities sponsored by both the church and the state during the 500th anniversary of Luther's birth.