Education: Ed.D. Western Michigan University-Education Leadership-Higher Education Administration
I served in the School full time and part time 1970 until about 1994 when I was a full time communication faculty member. I was chairman of the oral interpretation area, and I taught oral interpretation, interpersonal communication, leadership and intercultural communication.
I served western for a while as an administrative intern, directing a black graduate and black faculty recruiting program. In that capacity I served on the dissertation committees of 5 candidates.
I was an assistant Dean in the College of Arts and Sciences from about 1992 until about 1996.
I was Director of the Institute For the Study Of Race And Ethnic Relations from about 1992 until about 1996.
Since about 1996 until the present I have been Director of the Black American Studies Unit.
I am a generalist and have presented papers and published articles about the presentation of literature as early as 1973 to racial violence in 1997.
I live here in Kalamazoo County.