1943, Wisconsin.

Academic Degrees:
Doctor of Arts in Spanish Education
Syracuse University, New York (May 10, 1987)
Specializations: Spanish, linguistics, and education

Master of Arts in Spanish Education
New York University, New York, New York (October 27, 1980)
Specializations: Spanish and education

Master of Arts in Latin American Studies
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico (June 3, 1970)
Specializations: Latin American history and political science

Bachelor of Arts in Spanish (magna cum laude)
St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin (June 11, 1967)
Specializations: Spanish and history

Educational Certificates:
Certification in culture and spirituality
Holy Names College, Oakland, California (May 25, 1989)

Permanent certification in secondary Spanish (7–12)
State of New York (September 1, 1980)

Certification as a bilingual teacher
Instituto de Filología Hispánica, Saltillo, Mexico (September 12, 1975)

Permanent certification in secondary Spanish (7–12)
State of Wisconsin (July 1, 1974)

Foreign Study:
Catholic University of America
Valencia, Spain (Summer: 1984)

New York University
Madrid, Spain (Summers: 1977, 1978)

Center for Cross Cultural Study
Seville, Spain (Summer: 1976)

Instituto de Filología Hispánica
Saltillo, Mexico (Summers: 1974, 1975)

Andean Studies Center of the University of New Mexico
Quito, Ecuador (Spring: 1970)

Honors and Awards:
Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers
Green Bay (1992)

Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award
Green Bay Rotary (1980)

University of New Mexico Fellowship
Albuquerque (1969–70)

Teaching Positions:
Illinois Institute of Art (Coed Day Undergraduate)
Chicago, Illinois (2005–06) Spanish for the Arts Professions I, II, III

Webb School (Coed Day K-12)
Knoxville, Tennessee (2001–03) Spanish I, II, III

Loyola Academy (Coed Day 9–12)
Wilmette, Illinois (1997–2001) Spanish I, II, III, Honors Spanish

Morgan Park Academy (Coed Day K-12)
Chicago, Illinois (1995–97) Spanish I, III, IV; AP Spanish Language

Prout International Baccalaureate School (Coed Day 6–12)
Wakefield, Rhode Island (1994–95) Spanish I, III; IB Spanish;
Honors Spanish

University of the Virgin Islands (Coed Boarding Undergraduate)
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas (Spring: 1994) Spanish I, II;
Spanish Composition

Premontre and Notre Dame Academy (Boys and Coed Day 9–12)
Green Bay, Wisconsin (1971–93) Spanish I, II, III, IV; Honors

St. Norbert College (Coed Boarding)
De Pere, Wisconsin (1981–82, 2004 Part-time) Spanish I

Colegio Reina de las Américas (Coed Day)
Lima, Peru (1968) English I; Religion I

Extra-curricular Activities:
*Coordinator of make up tests (2001–03)

*Member of Academic Committee of Chairpersons (1995–2001)

*Moderator of Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica (1973–93, 1995–97)

*Moderator of National Honor Society (1989–93, 1994–95)

*Coordinator of International Programs (1991–93, 1994–95, 1996–97)

*Chairperson of North Central Evaluation Steering Committee (1991–1993)

*Director of 10 school trips to Mexico for over 165 students (1975–95)

*Chairperson of Foreign Language Department (1980–83, 1994–2001)

Professional Data:
*Graduate student at University of Wisconsin for 6 credits:
“Comparative Education and Supervised Overseas Fieldwork” (1992–93)

*Visiting teacher at secondary school in Perth, Australia (Summer 1993)

*Member of Board of Trustees of St. Norbert College (1987–91)

*Sabbatical in music, culture, psychology, spirituality, and communications (1987–89)

*Member of American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (1973–2003)

*Planner and facilitator for the installation of the 60-position
Tandberg computerized language lab at Loyola Academy (1999–2001)

*Designer of Spanish curriculum for the Illinois Institute of Art (2005)

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