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Fine arts educator

Jane Schuyler, American fine arts educator. Recipient Research award, PSC-CUNY, 1990-1991; summer travel and research grantee, Columbia University, 1969. Member international fine arts committee Women's Art Festival, 1974—1976; president United Community Democrats, Jackson Heights, New York, 1987—1989; Member of Renaissance Society of America, College Art Association, National Trust History Preservation.

Background

Schuyler, Jane was born on November 2, 1943 in Flushing, New York, United States. Daughter of Frank James and Helen (Oberhofer) S. Bachelor, Queens College, 1965.

Education

Bachelor, Queens College, 1965. Master of Arts, Hunter College, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1972.

Career

Assistant professor art history Montclair State College, Upper Montclair, New Jersey, 1970. Associate professor Commonwealth Post College Long Island University, Greenvale, New York, 1971—1973. Assistant professor, coordinator fine arts York College City University of New York, Jamaica, 1973—1987, associate professor, 1988—1992, professor, 1993—1996, professor emerita, since 1996.

Adjunct associate professor Long Island University, 1977—1978.

Membership

Member international fine arts committee Women's Art Festival, 1974—1976. President United Community Democrats, Jackson Heights, New York, 1987—1989. Member of Renaissance Society of America, College Art Association, National Trust History Preservation.

Connections

father:
Frank James Bachelor

mother:
Helen (Oberhofer) S. Bachelor