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Gregory Michael Havrilcsak

history professor

Gregory Michael Havrilcsak, American history professor. Named Outstanding Young Men of America, United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1980.

Background

Havrilcsak, Gregory Michael was born on February 18, 1951 in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Michael and Geneveve Anne (Satterfield) Havrilcsak.

Education

Bachelor, University Michigan, Flint, 1978. Master of Arts, Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan, 1989. Postgraduate, University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1995.

Career

Instructor history St. Mary's School, Swartz Creek, Michigan, 1978-1979, Riverside Military Academy, Gainesville, Georgia, 1979-1985, Notre Dame High School, Harper Woods, Michigan, 1985-1988, 1991—2004, chairman department social science, 1996, debate and forensics coach, 1998—2004. Instructor history East Detroit Community Schools, Eastpointe, 1986-1991. Director social studies learning center correctional education division L'Anse-Creuse Community Schools, Mount Clemens, Michigan, 1986-1989.

Adjunct instructor history Monroe County Community College, Michigan, 1988-1994, Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 1989-2000. Adjunct professor history Macomb Community College., Michigan, 2004. Monticello-Stratford Hall Plantation Summer Seminar for Teachers, 1995.

Adjunct lecturer history University Michigan, Flint, 2000-2004, appointed lecturer, since 2004. With Institute on the Teaching of Advanced Placement European History, St. Johnsbury Academy, Vermont, 1992, International Symposium on the War of 1812 on the Great Lakes, University Windsor, 1988. Radio host Havrilcsak's History, Station WSDS, 1998-1999.

Featured on Teacher of the Year program WDIV-television, Detroit, 2002. Advisory board, lead historian Teaching American History Grant, Flint Community Schools, since 2006. Lecturer in field. With United States Navy, 1969-1971.

Membership

Volunteer Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Macomb County, Michigan, 1987—1989. President Ventura Condominium Homeowners Association, 1999—2001. Board trustees Genesee County History Society, 2007.

Member American History Association, Michigan History Society, Oakland University Alumni Association, University Michigan Alumni Association, Organization American Historians, American Association for State and Local History, Michigan Community College History Association, Center Teaching Michigan History, United States Naval Institute, Phi Alpha Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Photography, travel.

Connections

Married Laura Ann Hart. 1 child, Karen Elizabeth.

father:
Michael Havrilcsak

mother:
Geneveve Anne (Satterfield) Havrilcsak

spouse:
Laura Ann Hart

child:
Karen Elizabeth Havrilcsak