Teacher of languages. . Born– September 16, 1921, in Przemysl, Poland. Education– J. Slowacki College, B.A., 1939; State Teachers College, Poland, B.S., 1940; University of Lvov, M.A., 1941, Ph.D., 1944; City College of New York, B.A., 1956. Taught junior colleges in Poland, 1939-1943; visiting Professor for the United Nations Relief Agency at the University of Munich, 1945-1946. Superintendent of Tuttlingen district, State Department of Education, 1946-1950. Taught Russian, Latin and French at Ukrainian Technical Institute, New York, 1958-1960; high schools in New York, 1960-1961; Germanic languages at Utica College, Syracuse University, 1961-1962; French, Italian, Russian, German, and Polish at State University of New York, Pottsdam, 1962-1965; Russian and German at Samford University, 1965-1967, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1967-1980. Consultant on education to Polish government, 1945-1961. Honorary dean of the American Academy of Parapsychology. Died January 7, 1994.
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