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Donald Joseph Carty

educator

Donald Joseph Carty, American educator. Club, New York City).; Club: Columbia University (New York City).

Background

Carty, Donald Joseph was born on June 27, 1908 in Methuen, Massachusetts, United States. Son of William Joseph and Nora Agnes (Whatmore) Carty.

Education

Student Boston College, 1925-1926. Student Harvard, summer 1930. Student New York University.

Career

Instructor in speech, St. Edward’s U., 1930-1931. Lecturer in speech, Boston College, 1934. Instructor in speech, Augustinian Academy, Staten Island, 1941.

Instructor in English, Horace Mann School for Boys, Teachers College, Columbia, 1944-1945. Visiting assistant professor of English, College of Mount St. Vincent, New York City, 1943. Assistant professor of English, United States Army, Specialized Training Program, Manhattan College, New York City, 1943-1944.

Field supervisor. Engineering, Science and Management War Training Program, 1941-1945, head department of speech, director of drama, since 1934. Director Manhattan College Players since 1934, Manhattan College Experimental Theatre since 1948. Drama consultant; tournament adviser, Hearst National Tournament of Orators, New York, Member American Association University professors, Speech Association of America.

Membership

Club, New York City). Club: Columbia University (New York City).

Connections

father:
William Joseph Carty

mother:
Nora Agnes (Whatmore) Carty