Supervised internships at Northwestern University Student Mental Health Center, the Counseling Center at Northeastern Illinois University, the Counseling and Testing Center at Roosevelt University
Course work included: Developmental and Cognitive Psychology, Human Development, Treatment Planning and Technique, Diagnosis and Treatment, Assessment, Physiology of Health and Disease, Brief and Long-Term Treatment, Analytic Theory, Supervision, and Social Systems Theory.
Professor of Educational Leadership and Development at Northeastern Illinois University (1969-2001) -taught courses in the following areas: human development, current issues in education, the philosophy and history of education, sociology of education, and international education.
Associate Dean; College of Education, Northeastern Illinois University (1989- 2001)
Director of the Chicago Teachers' Center, Northeastern Illinois University (1978- 2001)
Select Grant Awards, Publications, and Papers
Author or co-author of over 50 successfully funded grants from the U.S. Department of Education, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Illinois State Board of Higher Education (1978-2001) amounting to over $100 million, including: the Illinois Professional Learners Partnership, Talent Search, Upward Bound, the University Scholars Program, Learning History Through Architecture, Workplace Education, and Building Parent Learning Communities
Co-authored with M. Weiss. Understanding the Experience of Student Teaching: A Fresh Perspective from Self-Psychology, presented at the March 1989 meeting in San Francisco of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Co-authored with M. Weiss. A Self-Psychological Approach to Supervision, presented at the August 1989 meeting in Chicago of the International Educational Therapy Conference
Co-authored with N. Green. "The Role of Universities and In-Service Education," Urban Education, Winter 1983.
"Secondary Schools and Ethnicity in Kenya," Comparative Education Review 16 (August, 1971).
Welles Park Parents Association, Liberty League (1999-2000)
Volunteer Psychotherapist, Horizons (1987-1997)
Group Therapist for HIV+ Individuals, Howard Brown Clinic (1988-1990)
High School Teacher; Kenya , East Africa; the Agency for International for International Development, the U.S. State Department, 1963-66
Awards and Recognition
Professor Emeritus award, Northeastern Illinois University, 2001
Recognized by the Illinois Professional Learners' Partnership for Outstanding Leadership, 2001
Recognized for 22 years as founder of the Chicago Teachers' Center, the College of Education, Northeastern, Illinois University, 1999
Distinguished Service Award, the College of Education, Northeastern Illinois University, 1997
Presidential Merit Award for Outstanding Service, Northeastern Illinois University, 1980
Ford Foundation Fellow in International Development, 1966-69
Carnegie Foundation Fellow in the Afro-Anglo-American Program, 1962-63
Rockefeller Fellow in Teaching, 1961-62
Highest academic rank in the Masters of Arts and Teaching Program, Oberlin College, 1962
Graduated Oberlin College, Oberlin Ohio, Cum Laude, 1961
Certified as a psychotherapist by the Institute for Psychoanalysis (Chicago, Illinois) through a State of Illinois approved doctoral program in psychotherapy