Bachelor of Arts in English, Syracuse University, 1959. Master of Arts in English and American Literature, Syracuse University, 1962.
Lecturer, professorial lecturer English education school education, American U., Washington, 1972-1981;
director planning and evaluation, American U., Washington, 1978-1979;
co-director African educators program, American U., Washington, 1978-1980;
director teacher education, American U., Washington, 1979-1981;
international advisor Fuqua school business, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1983-1991;
director international programs, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1991-1993;
international advisor school law, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1981-1986;
assistant dean international studies, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, 1986-1989;
associate dean international studies, Duke U., Durham, North Carolina, since 1989. Associate director summer program gifted and talented students school education Am.U., 1980. Member accreditation review team National Association State Dirs.
Teacher Edition and Certified, 1981. Member Fuqua school admissions committee law school, 1989-1994, member county international centers and programs, since 1992. Member subcommittee admissions to bar North Carolina State Bar, 1989-1990.
Member selection panel Benjamin Franklin and Edmund S. Muskie Fellowship Program Law, since 1992. Visiting scholar Canterbury U. School of Law, New Zealand. 1995-1996; speaker, consultant in field.
Member National Association Foreign Student Affairs, Association American Law Schools (member executive committee section graduate law programs foreign law graduates 1987-1988, 90-93, chair 1988-1989, chair various sessions at annual meetings 1989, 92, 93).
Married Donald L. Horowitz. Children: Marshall, Karen, Bruce.