Lecturer in ethics, American Literature, and Humanities at St. Augustine College
Director of the Roosevelt University tutoring center,
responsible for supervising the individualized
instruction provided by a staff of 30 tutors of
writing and mathematics, as well as all content
areas offered by the university.
Consultant in the teaching of writing. Client
organizations have included: The Chicago City
Colleges, The Cook County Court System,
The Energy Absorption Corporation,
Training On-Line, The Chicago Public Schools,
Robert Morris College, Northeastern Illinois
University, The Art Institute of Chicago,
The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.
Courses taught: English Composition, Creative
Writing, Business Communication, Thesis Writing,
American Drama Since World War Two, Eugene
ONeill, Art In Urban Life.
Prior:Creative Writing Program at Columbia College,
Assigned Teacher in The Chicago Public Schools,
Office manager at: Richman Brothers, Charles
Stevens, and Baskin Clothing Company.
The University of ChicagoEmphasis upon: Contemporary Prose Fiction,
Literature and Literary Criticism prior to 1900,
Degree of Master of Arts in English 6-76.
Roosevelt UniversityEmphasis upon: Expository Writing, Education,
Drama, Bachelor of Arts Degree received 9-72.
Drama Chairman for The Society of Midland Authors, Theatre Awards Committee
City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs, Chicago Alliance of Playwrights