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John Aloysius Kromkowski, American researcher.


Kromkowski, John Aloysius was born on July 26, 1939 in South Bend, Indiana, United States. Son of Aloysius J. and Esther (Maternowski) Kromkowski.


Bachelor of Arts Notre Dame, 1961. Master of Arts, University Notre Dame, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Notre Dame, 1972.


Research fellowship, U. Notre Dame, 1961-1962;instructor department of government and international studies, U. Notre Dame, 1967-1969;director upward bound, U. Notre Dame, 1968-1970;assistant chair department of government and international relations, U. Notre Dame, 1970-1972;assistant professor department of government and international studies, U. Notre Dame, 1975-1978;instructor in history and politics, Saint Francis College, 1962-1965;director department of human resources and economics development, City of South Bend, Indiana, 1972-1974;president, National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, Washington, since 1978;associate chair department politics, Catholic University of America, 1987-1989;assistant dean school arts and science, Catholic University of America, since 1990;associate professor department politics, Catholic University of America, since 1993. Moderator Appalachian project Catholic U. American, 1988-1989, moderator public affairs roundtable, 1989-1991, faculty liaison CUA-NIAF Great Issues Forum, since 1989, coordinator colloquium on state and civil seoc., Lublin, Poland, 1989, panelist Truman scholarship committee, since 1989.


Founder Bogota Intercultural Exchange Project, 1962-1965. Member board of public safety City of South Bend, 1972-1974. Board directors Urban League, Dance Theatre, Art Center, Diocesan Human Rights Commission, Urban Coalition, Copernicus Association, United Way Planning Task Force, Area Board of Zoning Appeals, Neighborhoods United States of America, 1980-1984, board directors National Center for Responsive Philanthropy, 1979-1981, College Community Council North Baltimore Neighborhood Coalition, 1990.

National chairman American Revolution Bicentennial Administration, ethnic/racial advisory council, 1975-1976. Chairman national allocation committee United States Catholic Conference, Campaign for Human Development, 1976-1979. National chairman advisory council ethnic heritage studies United States Department of Education, 1979-1981.

Co-founder, board directors National Neighborhood Coalition, 1980-1988. Member Mid-Atlantic State Selection committee for White House Fellows Program, 1981-1984. Co-founder, board directors Msgr.

Geno Baroni Society, since 1986. Member parish council Cathedral of Mary our Queen, Baltimore, 1986-1990. Member National Polish American Heritage Association (executive secretary since 1990).


Married Nancy Germano. Children: John David, Charles, Stephen, Mark.