Graduates cum laude from the University of New Hampshire, receiving a Bachelor of Arts.
Awarded a National Defense Fellowship from the University of Vermont.
Receives a Master of Arts from the University of Vermont.
Hired as a faculty member at Mercy College.
Marries Ann Elizabeth Kidd from Stowe, VT.
Receives a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Vermont.
Becomes certified in behavioral therapy and is awarded the National Science Foundation Faculty Participation Grant.
Becomes a licensed psychologist in New York State.
Becomes staff psychologist at St. Dominic’s Intermediate Care Facility for Developmentally Disabled, now St. Dominic’s Family Services.
Is hired as a consultant psychologist at the Jewish Guild for Blind in Orange County in New York.
Serves as contributing author for “Working with Visually Impaired Young Children: A Curriculum Guide for Birth-3 Year Olds.”
Becomes a diplomat and fellow of the American Board of Forensic Examiners and Psychological Specialties.
Serves as contributing author for “Working with Visually Impaired Young Students: A Curriculum Guide for 3 to 5 Year Olds.”
Awarded Certifications of Professional Qualifications (CPQ).
Serves as chair of educational psychology for CLEP test development Educational Testing Service.
Becomes Professor Emeritus at Mercy College.
Serves as a consultant psychologist for Opengate, Inc. in Somers, New York.
Becomes a licensed psychologist in New Jersey.
Becomes a licensed psychologist in New Hampshire.
Becomes a certified clinical anxiety treatment professional.