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language educator

Mark Jay Charney, American language educator. Recipient Frank A. Bursner award, Clemson University, 2003, Gentry award for distinguished teaching in the humanities, 2001, Provost award, 2002, Bronze Medallion of Honor, Kennedy Center, 2002, Gold Medallion of Honor, 2003, Thomas Green Clemson award, Clemson University, 2002. Volunteer public schools, Clemson, 1987—1991; Member of Modern Language Association.

Background

Charney, Mark Jay was born on November 20, 1956 in Atlanta. Son of Alan and Shirley Ann Charney.

Education

Bachelor, Clemson University, South Carolina, 1978. Master of Arts, University New Orleans, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, Tulane University, 1987.

Career

Teaching assistant University New Orleans, 1978—1980. Instructor Clemson University, 1980—1982, assistant professor, 1987—1991, associate professor, 1991—2000, professor chair department English, since 2002. Teaching assistant/adjunct instructor business school Tulane University, New Orleans, 1982—1987.

Chair region IV Kennedy Center, Washington, 2000—2003, national coordinator Critics Institute, since 2001, member national selection team, 2003.

Membership

Volunteer public schools, Clemson, 1987—1991. Member of Modern Language Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Filmmaking.

Connections

Married Sappho Human Charney. Children: Alicw Randel, Julian Spence.

father:
Alan Charney

mother:
Shirley Ann Charney

spouse:
Sappho Human Charney

children:
Alicw Randel Charney

Julian Spence Charney