Bachelor, Clarke College, 1924. Master of Arts, University Southern California, 1928. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University America, 1941.
Doctor of Letters (honorary), Loras College, 1967. Doctor of Laws (honorary), University Dubuque, 1969. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Clarke College, 1974.
Teacher, administrator, Burbank (California) Public Schools, 1925-1931;
professor, department chairman psychology and education, Mundelein College, Chicago, 1934-1957;
president, Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa., 1957-1969;
corporation representative, Sisters of Charity, B.V.M., Dubuque, Iowa., 1970-1979;
editor, researcher, consultant, Sisters of Charity, B.V.M., since 1970. Member Gov's. Commision on Status of Women, Des Moines, 1964-1968. Consultant HEWdiv. College Support, Washington, 1968, 69.
Various commissions Arts, religion.
Volunteer letter writter Amnesty International, Nederland, Colorado, since 1970, tutor Literature Volumes Chicago, since 1975. Member American Psychological Association (emeritus member).