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English language educator

John Joseph Joyce, American language educator. Achievements include research in bibliotheraphy. Decorated Bronze star Korea; recipient Distinguished Teaching award Nazareth College Alumni, 1990, numerous research grants.


Joyce, John Joseph was born on August 1, 1930 in Buffalo. Son of Leo A. and Margaret Louise (Edgar) Joyce.


Bachelor, Canisius College, 1952. Master of Arts, Canisius College, 1960. Doctor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Binghamton, 1977.


Insurance agent, Buffalo, 1954-1959;teacher, Lackawanna (New York) Senior High School, 1959-1965;lecturer, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1964-1965;professor, Nazareth College Rochester, New York, 1965-1999;professor emeritus, Nazareth College Rochester, New York, since 1999. Chairman English department Nazareth College, Rochester, 1980-1987, college marshall, since 1995.


  • Achievements include research in bibliotheraphy.


  • Other Work

    • Reader textbook publications and journals. Producer, writer (films) St. Mary's Church, Canandaigua, New York, since 2001. Contributor articles to professional journals and reformed texts.


Trustee Rochester Regional Library. Council, 1997-2003. Sergeant major United States Army Infantry, 1952-1954, Korea. Member Modern Language Association, College English Association (executive director 1984-1994, Distinguished Service award 1991), New York College English Association (newsletter editor 1978-1984, board directors, vice president 1979-1999), Association Literature Scholars and Critics, English Coalition (organizing committee 1985-1987).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, gym work-out, music, architecture, painting.


Married Carole J. King, August 22, 1970. Children: Stephen Leo, Patrick John.

Leo A. Joyce

Margaret Louise (Edgar) Joyce

Carole J. King

Stephen Leo Joyce

Patrick John Joyce