Born to Urban Franz Eger and Dorothy Lucile Oblender Eger in Philadelphia, PA.
Conducts coursework at Muhlenberg College.
Conducts coursework at Emory University.
Teaches as a professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages at Carthage College until 1989.
Is a member of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese and the Modern Language Association until 1980.
Is a member of the Raza Unida Party and Chicano Studies of Wisconsin until 1980.
Obtains a Doctor of Philosophy from Universidad Jaime Balmes in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Works as a secretary for United Migrant Opportunity Services in Milwaukee, WI until 1979.
Publishes “A Bibliography of Criticism of Contemporary Chicano Literature.”
Is awarded the National Endowment for the Humanities Seminar in Chicano Literature with Don Luis Leal.
Earns a Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Is an electronic services librarian and reference librarian at Carthage College’s Hedberg Library until 2009.
Is appointed professor emerita of Carthage College.