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Maria Hanna Makowiecka

educator , literature educator

Maria Hanna Makowiecka, Polish literature educator, educator. Helena Rubinstein scholar Graduate Center City University of New York, 1988-1992.

Background

Makowiecka, Maria Hanna was born on May 4, 1960 in Warsaw, Poland. Came to the United States, 1988. Daughter of Stefan and Leokadia Marta (Cibor) Makowiecka.

Education

Master of Arts, Warsaw University, 1984. Diploma of Advanced Studies, Paris University, 1986. Postgraduate, City University of New York.

Career

EFL instructor Methodist College English, Warsaw, 1984-1985, Society for Popularization of Culture & Science, Warsaw, 1986-1987, School of British & American English, Warsaw, 1987-1988. Office director Office of Linguistic Services, 1986-1988. English as Second Language/Adult Basic Education instructor New York City Technology College, New York City, 1989-1992.

Adjunct lecturer Borough of Manhattan Community College, 1990-1994, Bronx Community College, 1992-1994, assistant professor, since 1994. Member colloquium committee Graduate Center, City University of New York, 1988-1990.

Membership

Elected student representative Graduate Council Graduate Center City University of New York, 1990-1992, elected member executive committee in comparative literature, 1988-1990. Member Modern Language Association, American Comparative Literature Association, American Association Teachers Slavic & Eastern European Lits.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Hiking, african dance, in-line skating, skiing.

Connections

father:
Stefan Makowiecka

mother:
Leokadia Marta (Cibor) Makowiecka