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anthropologist , linguist

Araujo Patrick Frank, American anthropologist, linguist. Certified tesol University of California Davis Extension, 1999, credential Department Education, State California, 197. Fellow: American Anthropological Association.

Background

Frank, Araujo Patrick was born on May 8, 1937.

Education

Bachelor of Arts California, Berkeley, 1959. Master of Science, University California, Davis, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Davis, 1970.

Master of Arts, University California, Davis, 2005. Master in Public Health, University of California School Public Health, Berkeley, 1975.

Career

Consultant World Health Organization, Geneva, 1976—1978. Assistant professor Washington State University, Pullman, 1978—1982. International development planner World Bank, Washington, 1981—1984.

Professor University Wyomin, Laramie, Wyoming, 1984—1986. International consultant International Bank Reconstruction and Development, New York City, 1986—1992. Economic development consultant Institute Development Anthropology, Binghamton, 1992—1998.

International consultant International Funding Agencies, Washington, 1982—1998. Lieutenant United States Navy.

Achievements

  • Certified tesol University of California Davis Extension, 1999, credential Department Education, State California, 197.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Nekane, the Lamina and the Bear, The Perfect Orange.

Membership

Fellow: American Anthropological Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, writing.

Connections

Married Mary Agnes Michaelis, July 2, 1994.

spouse:
Mary Agnes Michaelis