Came to USC in 1970. Got MA/PhD. Served as Dir., Humanities AV Ctr, Asst. to Dean of Humanities, Sr. Lecturer, Geography Dept. Retired in 1990.
Taught at Analytical Thinking and Research Methodology at Lanzhou University, Gansu Province, PRC from 1990-93; taught same at Beijing International Studies University in Beijing, PRC from 2001-Nov 2011. Served as Director, Buddhist Studies International, in Kiribathgoda, Sri Lanka from 1995-1998.
Very interested in developing block clubs and CERT teams in the University Park Area
Your University Park secret:
Who referred you?
Retired US Army Colonel/ university teacher
School you attend:
BA College of Charleston/ MA& Ph.D. USC
Or school your children attend:
Son and daughter attended 32d Street in the 70's/80's. Son attended USC BA, Both now adults.
International student issues - cultural adjustment to US
Veterans' issues - writing assistance
Community Emergency Readiness Training
Favorite local restaurant:
Favorite local business:
EBAES, Local True Value Hardward, Manas Indian Restaurant, Pete's Burgers
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