Student, New York University, 1945. Student, University North Dakota, 1947. Bachelor, University Iowa, Brooklyn College, 1948.
Master of Arts, Columbia University, 1949. Postgraduate, Columbia University, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), WU, 1982.
Degree (honorary), Madras, India.
Instructor Greek, Spanish, Italian Iona College, 1953-1959. Assistant professor Spanish, ancient history Widener College, 1959-1962. Assistant professor Spanish Washington College, 1962-1963.
Associate professor Greek and Spanish Bloomfield College, 1963-1968. Visiting professor foreign languages St. Francis College, 1971-1972. Professor ancient and modern languages Touro College, 1972.
Research in Spain and Latin American, since 1973. Chairman English and foreign language department Interboro Junior College, New York City. Speaker University Kentucky, 1958.
Honored speaker, Barry Chase Memorial lecturer The Grecian Concept of Education and Its Meaning to Us Today Bloomfield College, 1968, The Originality of the Greek Genius Harvard University, since 1986. Honorary speaker Unification Theological Seminary, 1985, New Platz, 1985, Princeton University, 1987, Dumbarton Oakes, Washington, 1987.
Member Classical Association Spain, Hellenic Society London, Royal Institute Philosophy (England), Classical Association Spain, International Hispanist Association, American Association Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese, American Association of University Professors, Medieval Society of America, American Classical League, Society Ancient Greek Philosophy, Alpha Sigma Phi.