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education researcher

Karen Lois Saulnier, American Education researcher. Certified teacher for the deaf. Member American Ednl. Research Association, Convention American Instrs. Deaf, Alexander Graham Bell Society.

Background

Saulnier, Karen Lois was born on September 28, 1940 in Berwyn, Illinois, United States. Daughter of Edward Stanley and Martha Veronica (Kwiatkowski) Luczak.

Education

Bachelor, Merrimack College, 1962; Master of Education, Boston University, 1963.

Career

Teacher elementary level, Clarke School Deaf, Northampton, Massachusetts, 1963-1965; instructor graduate program, Gallaudet U., Washington, 1965-1968; assistant professor, Gallaudet U., Washington, 1968-1975; supervising teacher preschool level, Gallaudet U., Washington, 1969-1970; research associate psychology department, Gallaudet U., Washington, 1975-1984; research associate center studies education and human development, Gallaudet U., Washington, since 1984. Consultant Blue Ridge Hearing and Speech Center, Leesburg, Virginia, 1965-1968, Center Effective Learning, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1972-1974, School ContemporaryEdn., McLean, Virginia, 1973-1974, Philadelphia Public School System, 1983-1986.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher for the deaf.

Membership

Member American Ednl. Research Association, Convention American Instrs. Deaf, Alexander Graham Bell Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: ecology, conservation, cultural pursuits, gardening, reading.

Connections

Married Francis Edward Saulnier, April 8, 1972. Children: Aimee Danielle, Jeremy Edward.

father:
Edward Stanley Luczak

mother:
Martha Veronica (Kwiatkowski) Luczak

spouse:
Francis Edward Saulnier

children:
Aimee Danielle Saulnier

Jeremy Edward Saulnier