Born in Boston, MA, to Nicholas and Rose Bolino.
Receives a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Michigan.
Receives a Master of Business Administration from the University of Michigan.
Completes postgraduate courses at the University of Washington.
Becomes an instructor of statistics at the University of Washington.
Marries Thora Johnson.
Becomes an instructor of business and economics at Idaho State University.
Becomes an assistant and then associate professor of economics at St. Louis University.
Receives a Doctor of Philosophy in economics from St. Louis University.
Authors “The Development of the American Economy.”
Becomes an associate professor at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.
Authors “Manpower and the City.”
Becomes a full professor at the Catholic University of America.
Authors “Career Education: Contributions to Economic Growth.”
Authors “The Ellis Island Source Book.”
Authors “The Watchmakers of Massachusetts.”
Authors “A Century of Human Capital by Education and Training.”
Authors “Thomas Angel, American.”
Authors “Brother Brigham’s Trial.”
Authors “The Kid and the Clipper.”