In the words of E. B. White "Learning is the only thing which the mind can never exhaust, never alienate, never be tortured by, never fear or distrust, and never dream of regretting."
second licensure in Special Education for the Emotionally Disturbed at the University of California in Pennsylvania. I earned my Masters and my Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh. I originally moved to Memphis to write my doctoral dissertation which was a study of "Program Policy, Identification and Change in a Treatment Oriented Correctional Institution" at Memphis Correctional Center.I have always been interested in studying social movements, problems, and policies. I have done a lot of consulting with companies and organizations related to identifying and defining problems in their operations. I have been actively involved in peace and justice issues in the community. I am an associate member of the Pittsburgh Sisters of Mercy.
I am a relocated Yankee. You might say I was an evacuee from the snow and traffic of Pittsburgh, PA. I was born, raised, and received my college and graduate education there. My original college major was mathematics, but when I realized that the answers to the problems were in the back of the book, I decided to switch to a major where the answers were not so readily available. I received my B. A. degree in Philosophy from Carlow College. I earned my first teaching licensure [K-8] there also. Later I earned a
One of these prominent figures received the Noble Peace Prize in 2007. Can you identify which one?
The 2007-08 Distinguished Lasallian Educator Award
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