Born to Polykarpos Dimitri and Constantoula P. (Konstantinopoulos) Syropoulos in Kato Hora, Nafpaktos, Greece.
Marries Sandra Francis Flick on August 19.
Immigrates to the United States.
Serves in the U.S. Army until 1958.
Earns a Bachelor of Science from Wayne State University; Teaches at Detroit Public Schools until 1966.
Achieves a Master of Education from Wayne State University.
Serves Detroit Public Schools as department head, supervisor, research assistant and program associate through 1997.
Serves as a part-time instructor for the College of Education at Wayne State University until 1974.
Obtains a Doctor of Education from Wayne State University.
Is an assistant director at Wayne County Intermediate School until 1976.
Is president of St. John Greek Orthodox Church in Sterling Heights, MI until 1989.
Is president of Research & Evaluation Specialists Inc. (Syropoulos Edu. Co.) through today; Is a charter school cons. for Central Michigan Univ. until 2004.
Serves on the board of directors of the University of Michigan’s Modern Greek Studies until 2002.
Is external vice president of the Hellenic Society Paideia of Michigan until 2005.
Is chairman of the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association until 2007.
Is appointed to the Hellenic Cultural Commission Board of Visitors at Wayne State University Liberal Arts College until 2005.
Is an academic achievement consultant for the Wayne RESA Inst. School District until 2008.
Is principal coach of the Michigan Department of Education until 2010.
Is a school improvement plan consultant for the Michigan Department of Education until retiring in 2017.
Receives the Hellenic Heritage Award from the Greek Community of Michigan and a Life Achievement Award from Michigan State and Federal Projects.