CAREER OBJECTIVES:  Teaching, Writing, Editing, and Translating.


Ph. D. in English (20th Century British Literature and Creative Writing).  Teacher Certification in English and French.  
Bowling Green State University.  Bowling Green, OH.  December, 1986.

M. A. in English (Creative Writing; and Composition), and Linguistics (English as a  Second Language).  University of
Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh, PA. August, 1978.

B. A. in English (Journalism) and French.  University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  August, 1976.

Additional Paralegal Work.  Frederick Community College.  Frederick, MD. 2004.

Additional M. A. work in Linguistics.  University of Maryland.  Catonsville, MD.  1990.

Paralegal Certificate.  (one hundred forty hours of instruction).  Pennsylvania State University.  Pittsburgh, PA.  
October, 1987.

Teaching Experience:

Private instructor of English, E. S. L., and French.  From 1971 to the present.
Volunteer French Instructor.  The Senior Center. Fort Bragg, CA.  From April, 2017 to June, 2017.

Director and Instructor.  L’Académie Française de Mendocino.  Mendocino Community Center. Children through
Adult. Mendocino, CA . April , 2017 to June, 2017.

Director and Instructor.  The ESL Institute of Mendocino.  Mendocino Community Center. Adolescents and Adults.  
Mendocino, CA.  April, 2017 to June, 2017.

Substitute Teacher.  Northpoint Expeditionary Learning Academy.  Prescott, AZ.  August, 2012 to April, 2014.

Substitute Teacher.  Sonoma County Public Schools.  Santa Rosa, CA.  January, 2008 to December, 2010.

Instructor of E. S. L.  Cartus Global Language Training Network.  (Chicago, IL)  Santa Rosa, CA. September, 2006 to
December, 2006 and March, 2008 to January, 2009.

Volunteer Teacher in Gardening/Nutrition/Cooking/and Related Activities at Monte Rio Union School (K-8). Monte
Rio, California.  September, 2005 to June, 2007.

Instructor of French.  Russian River Charter School.  Forestville, CA.  September, 2006 to June, 2007.

Instructor of E. S. L. and English writing.  Montgomery College.  Germantown, MD. September, 2002 to May, 2003.

Substitute Teacher.  Frederick County Public Schools.  Frederick, MD.  July, 1993 to July, 2001.

Founder of The E. S. L. Institute of Frederick.  Frederick, MD.  October, 1991 to June, 2002.

E. S. L. Tutor.  Frederick Community College.  September, 1999 to May, 2000.  Frederick, MD.

Instructor of English.  George Washington Carver Vocational and Technical High School.  Baltimore City Schools.  
Baltimore, MD.  September, 1996 to June, 1997.

Director and Instructor of French.  Frederick County Public Schools/Adult Division.  Frederick, MD.  September, 1993
to October, 1996.

Instructor of E. S. L. English Language Institute.  Washington, DC.  April, 1996 to August, 1996.

Instructor of E. S. L. Intermediate Composition.  The George Washington University.  Washington, DC.  August, 1995
to December, 1995.

Instructor of English Literature and Composition.  Anne Arundel Community College.  Anne Arundel, MD.  August,
1995 to December, 1995.

Instructor of Writing and English/E. S. L. Tutor.  Frederick Community College.  Frederick, MD.  September, 1993 to
May, 1994.

Instructor of Writing.  Montgomery College.  Tacoma Park, MD.  January, 1993 to May, 1993.

Instructor of Technical Writing.  Montgomery College.  Rockville, MD.  January, 1992 to May, 1992.

Instructor of E. S. L. (all skill areas -- basically intermediate and advanced levels).  In charge of computerized writing
lab -- all levels.  Responsible for Reevaluation of Program and Implementation of New Teaching Materials and
Methodology.  Offered Interim Chair, English.  Southeastern University.  Washington, D.C.  May, 1990 to May, 1992.

Instructor of E. S. L. (Advanced Writing and Intermediate and Advanced Conversation). Georgetown University.  
Washington, D.C.  January, 1990 to December, 1990.

Instructor of E. S. L. (T. O. E. F. L. Preparation Course).  Alexandria Public Schools.  Alexandria, VA.  September,
1990 to December, 1990.

Instructor of E. S. L. (elementary level, all skill areas). Baltimore County Public Schools.  Baltimore, MD. January,
1989 to June, 1989.

Instructor of E. S. L. (basic English Grammar and Advanced Conversation).  Howard Community College. Columbia,
MD.  January, 1989 to August, 1989.

Instructor of E. S. L. (Intermediate Grammar/Writing). Director of Computer Lab.  College of Notre Dame.  Baltimore,
MD.  May, 1989 to August 1989.

Director of E. S. L. program (all skill areas, basically at intermediate and advanced levels) and Instructor of English
Composition (all levels--computer labs) Coppin State College, (currently part of The University of Maryland).
Baltimore, MD.  August, 1988 to June, 1990.

Instructor of English (Intermediate and Advanced Composition).  Youngstown State University.  Youngstown, OH.  
September, 1987 to April, 1988.

Substitute Teacher primarily of Language Arts and College Preparation Classes. Counselor and Activities Supervisor.  
Pittsburgh Job Corps.  Pittsburgh, PA.  May, 1987 to May, 1988.

Instructor of Business/Technical Writing.  Bell of Pennsylvania.  Pittsburgh, PA.  August, 1986 to May, 1989.

French Instructor (Intermediate Grammar and Reading). The University School.  Pittsburgh, PA. January, 1986 to
June, 1986.

Student Teacher of English (senior year, intermediate level) and French (freshman year, introductory level).  Pittsburgh
Public School System.  Pittsburgh, PA.  January, 1983 to June, 1983.

Student Teacher of French (junior high school, introductory level).  Bowling Green Public School System.  Bowling
Green, OH.  August, 1980 to December, 1980.

Instructor of English Composition (all levels), Literature (introductory--Short Stories and Science Fiction), and  E. S. L.
(volunteer tutoring at introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels).  Bowling Green State University.  Bowling
Green, OH.  August, 1979 to December, 1981.

E. S. L. Instructor (Substitute Teacher for all levels and skills). Loretta Heights College.  Denver, CO.  September,
1978 to June, 1979.

Instructor of English (Introductory Writing) and E. S. L. (basic skills; tutoring; advanced writing and volunteer
instructor of conversation class, which soon afterwards was instituted in basic program).  University of Pittsburgh.  
Pittsburgh, PA.  September, 1976 to June, 1978.

Writing and Editing Experience:

Editor, Write, Instructor, Translator.  Manuscripts Plus. May, 2005 to the present.

Editor.  St. Bede's Publications.  Santa Fe, NM.  April, 2014 to November 2014.

Public Relations Official.  St. Andrew's in the Redwoods.  Monte Rio, CA.  September, 2007 to July, 2012.

Writer.  Mt. Airy News.  Mt. Airy, MD.  May, 1991 to December, 1992.

Assistant Editor.  Vector [Scientific] Research.  Arlington, VA.  April, 1990 to May, 1991.

Editor. Buchanan Ingersoll (a law firm).  Pittsburgh, PA.  June, 1987 to August, 1988.
Editor.  Talking Books.  Denver, CO.  September, 1978 to June, 1979.

Student Committee Member (undergraduate student and graduate student).  University of Pittsburgh Press.  University
of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  September, 1975 to May, 1978.

Assistant Editor (Internship).  Carnegie Magazine.  Pittsburgh, PA.  September, 1975 to January, 1976.

Assistant Editor.  Historical Methods Newsletter.  History Department, University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  
September, 1975 to June, 1977.

Copy Editor and Writer.  New Sun.  Pittsburgh, PA.  December, 1975 to June, 1977.

Writer.  Pitt News.  Pittsburgh, PA.  September, 1975 to June, 1977.

Related Activities:

Volunteer Worker in Food Bank and Soup Kitchen, and Resume Writer at St. Andrew’s in the Redwoods. Monte Rio,
California.  July, 2005 to December, 2011.

Volunteer for Pegasus Theater.  Monte Rio, California.  June, 2006 to November, 2010.

Realtor.  Pittsburgh, PA.  Summer, 1985 to Fall, 1988.

Temporary Law Work as Typist, Researcher, Editor.  Pittsburgh, PA.  Summer, 1985 to Fall, 1988.

Owner and Manager of Rental Property.  Remodeled myself with my own hands and sold property for twice its initial
cost.  Pittsburgh, PA.  1983 to August, 1994.

Classic  CFA Siamese Cat Breeder.  Pennsylvania and Maryland.  March, 1983 to Fall, 2001.

Tour Guide (Volunteer) to the 20 Nationality Classrooms (Cathedral of Learning).  University of Pittsburgh.  
Pittsburgh, PA.  September, 1975 to June, 1977.

Conference Organizer for the Dean of Engineering.  University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA. December, 1975 to
June, 1976.

Library Assistant.  Moore School of Engineering.  University of Pennsylvania.  Philadelphia, PA. October, 1972 to
June, 1974.

Awards and Significant Events:

Highest Number of Books Sold for Approach to Freetown on Amazon Award from Mountain Springs  2012.

Honorable Mentions especially for Approach to Freetown from the  Anthology Magazine contest,  2004.

Acceptance to the Law School of American University. Washington, DC.  Fall, 1988.

Teaching Fellowship.  Bowling Green State University.  1979-1981.

Scholarship.  University of Denver.  1978-1979.

National Society of Arts and Letters award for the manuscript A Fight to the Finish.  Fall, 1978.

Teaching Assistantship.  Department of Linguistics.  University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  1977-1978.

Teaching Assistantship.  Department of English.  University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  1976-1977.

Senatorial Scholarship.  University of Pittsburgh.  Pittsburgh, PA.  1971.

National Forensic Award of Honor, Allegheny County, PA.  June, 1971

Certificat d’Honneur de l’Association Américaine des Professeurs Américains de Français (National Teachers of French
Award), United States. June, 1971

Exceptionally-abled Youth Award, Allegheny County, PA.   June, 1981


“Coughers Perform Own Symphony,” Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA.

“And Don’t Cough at the Symphony, Either,” Pittsburgh Magazine, Pittsburgh, PA.

“IPF Poets ‘Le Magnifique,’” Pitt News, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Light and Soulful Readings,” Pitt News, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Fervent Patriots in ‘1776,’” Pitt News, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Drama Explores Black Life,” Pitt News, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Ethnic Culture at the Arena,” Pitt News, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Tricks, Magic, and JC,” Pitt News Pittsburgh, PA
“No Safe Threshold: An Interview With Dr. Ernest J. Sternglass,”  
The Sun, Pittsburgh, PA.

“Players’ ‘Barefoot in the Park’s’ Performance Gets Passing Grade,”
Mt. Airy News, Mt. Airy. MD.

“Many Suspects, One Murderer,”
Mount Airy News, Mt. Airy, MD. 2006.

“Bohemian Avenue,”
West County Gazette, Forestville, CA. 2006.

"St. Andrew's Food Bank",
West County Gazette, Forestville, CA 2010

“A Pilates Class,”  
West County Gazette, Forestville, CA, 2009.

“The Lion in Winter,”
West County Gazette, Forestville, CA, 2011

Approach to Freetown, Mountain Springs Press, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2012

“Midnight Express” (lead story in) Lost Tales From the Mountain, Mountain Springs Press, Indianapolis, Indiana. 2012.

Completed Work Awaiting Publication:

LION MOUNTAIN (Book One) Approach to Freetown
LION MOUNTAIN (Book Two) Incident in Bo
Knotty Point
Silver Springs
Arrival/River People
7.        “Yovanka”
Animal Tales
Autumn Leaves
The Death Trap:  Social Services:  Frederick, Maryland
Chesterbrook Farm, a love story
Mon Livre Français Simple: Ecrit Par Mme Henley Pour Ses Fils Charles et Lee
Remembering. . . my life story
Two Roads
Letters to My Sons

Ongoing work:
1.        My version Rural Ridge
A Former Coal Mining Village  Pennsylvania  Memories and History (expansion on my
mother, Mrs. Helen Karan Rekasie’s now out-of-print,
The Personal History of a Small Town; Rural Ridge,
Pennsylvania, [1993].

A Fight to the Finish:  A Man’s Lifelong Struggle With Mental Illness:  A Tribute to Mr. Bernard Kalb, the
completion of the National Society of Arts and Letter’s winning manuscript,  A Fight to the Finish.
 Received National
Society of Arts and Letters Award

Ten Journal Books taken from the 160 journals written over forty years.

What’s Left of the 160 Journals Written Over 40 Years, Lost by the United States Postal Service


Fluency in French.  Reading Knowledge of German, Modern Greek, Spanish, and Italian.  
Karan Henley Haugh, Ph. D.

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