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Hiyaguha Rachelle Cohen

language educator , writer

Hiyaguha Rachelle Cohen, American language educator, writer. Recipient Steinbeck Contest, First Prize for Fiction (Elaine Benson Prize), Elaine Benson Foundation/Southampton College, 2000, Best Article Award, National Business Employment Weekly, 1990. Member of National Writers Union.

Background

Cohen, Hiyaguha Rachelle was born on October 10, 1951 in New York, United States. Daughter of David Cohen and Fay Goldsmith.

Education

Master of Social Work, Smith College, 1980. Master of Fine Arts, Southampton College, 2000.

Career

Instructor in english Southampton College, Southampton, New York, 1999—2001. Teacher Ross School, Easthampton, since 2001. Instructor in english Dowling College, Oakdale, since 2002.

Judge James Jones Novel Competition, New York, 2002. Consultant Learning Solutions Group, Hampton Bays, New York, since 1997.

Works

  • Author: (book) Boldly Live as You've Never Lived Before, 1996. Co-editor: Bodly Live as You've Never Lived Before, 1996. Contributor articles to professional journal (see below).

    Author, co-editor: No-Pain Resume Workbook, 1992. Co-author, co-editor: Grassroots: The Writer's Workbook, 1997.

Membership

Member of National Writers Union.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Dogs, travel, writing, meditation, marathons.

Connections

Married David Sudheya Rosenberg, August 10, 1980.

father:
David Cohen

mother:
Fay Goldsmith

spouse:
David Sudheya Rosenberg