Bachelor with magna cum laude, St. Martin's College, 1954. Master of Science, University Oregon, 1956. Doctor of Philosophy, University Oregon, 1963.
Graduate assistant University Oregon, Eugene, 1954—1956, instructor speech fundamentals, public speaking, 1960—1963. Assistant professor, director radio-television Southern Oregon College, Ashland, 1963—1964. Associate professor undergraduate, coordinator school radio-television Ohio University, Athens, 1966—1969.
Professor, coordinator radio-television-film Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1969—1978, professor communication studies, instructional technical, chairman department communication studies, since 1978. Board directors Museum Broadcast Communications. Srved with United States Air Force, 1956-1960.
Served with United States Air Force, 1956-1960. Board of directors Museum Broadcast Communications. Member American Association School Adminstrs., Association CommunicationAdminstrn., Broadcast Education Association, Central States Speech Association, Illinois Broadcasters Association (board directors), Illinois Speech and Theatre Association, International Institute Communications, International Radio and television Society, National Academy television Arts and Sciences, Speech Communication Association.