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District, 2003, 2005. Visiting Professor, Department of Art, Art Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, Fall 1997. Visiting Scholar of Education, The Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, Arizona, Fall

1997. Visiting Associate Professor, The Academy for Art Education, Tilburg, the Netherlands, Spring

1992. Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Oregon, Department of Art Education, Eugene,

Oregon, Winter 1980. Director of the Central Media Lab, University City Schools, University City, Missouri, 1971-72. Media Specialist for The Arts in General Education Program, JDR III Fund, University City

Schools, University City, Missouri, 1970-71. Photography teacher, evening courses, Theater Alliance of University City, Adult Education

Program, in Photography, 1970. Art teacher, workshops for poor inner-city youths, Mayor's Youth Opportunity Council, St.

Louis, Missouri, Summer 1969. Instructor of Art, Webster College, St. Louis, Missouri, Summer 1969. Instructor of art, literature, film, college preparatory courses for inner-city youths, Upward

Bound, Webster College, 1968. Art teacher, Saturday classes for gifted inner-city youths, Metropolitan Education Council in the

Arts (MECA), St. Louis, Missouri, 1968-70. Art Teacher, large African-American inner-city high school, Sumner High School, St. Louis,

Missouri, 1967-70.

Honors and Distinctions: Listed in Who's Who in American Art. New Providence, NJ: Marquis. Kenneth Marantz Distinguished Alumni Award, The Ohio State University, Columbus,

Ohio, 2007. Visiting Scholar, Visiting Critic, Washington & Lee University, Fairfax, Virginia,

February 4-8, 2008. 2005 Hatcher Memorial Award for Excellence, Colleges of the Arts and Sciences, Ohio

State University. 2005 Eric Yake Kenagy Visiting Artist, Goshen University, Goshen, Indiana, October 20

& 21, 2005. Honorary Lecture, Arthur Brandon Humanities Lecture Series, Alderson

Broaddus College, Philippi, West Virginia, September 26, 2005. Visiting Scholar and Dorothy Liskey Wampler Eminent Professor recipient, Lecture "Art,

Interpretation, and Life," James Madison University, Harrisburg, Virginia, February 21, 2005. Presenter of the Annual Anderson Lecture, "Interpreting Art," Penn State University, September

28, 2004. Visiting Scholar, Art Department, Western Michigan University, January 25-30, 2004. Distinguished Fellow, National Art Education Association, 2004. Outstanding Alumnus for Webster University's Leigh Gerdine College of Fine Arts 2003. "Honored Educator," Midwest Society for Photographic Education, 2001.

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