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"As an educator, there is a sense of tradition and legacy for the discipline that is the impetus for personal studio work, sharing of knowledge and a striving for excellence in all aspects of teaching and preparing students to meet their personal goals. An insatiable curiosity drives a commitment to lifelong learning and problem-solving. Finally, the satisfaction in seeing students become proficient and successful designers and studio artists whose thinking has been profoundly influenced by the work undertaken in their program of study."
Leadership in the development of curricula for all majors and minors in the SCAD School of Design and hiring and development of faculty in those areas during tenure as dean of the school; continuous teaching within the metals and jewelry department in both the undergraduate and graduate programs
Who's Who Among American Teachers, 1999, 2001; Greater Columbus Arts Council Grant
Society of North American Goldsmiths, Enamelists Society
Dean, SCAD School of Design, 1996-2005; chair, SCAD metals and jewelry department, 1994-95; part-time instructor, Ohio Wesleyan University; practicing goldsmith, Weidinger Jewelers