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Nicholas Monsarrat

educator , newspaper editor , writer

Nicholas Monsarrat, American newspaper editor, writer, educator. Recipient Allan B. Rogers award for editorial writing United Press International, 1981.

Background

Monsarrat, Nicholas was born on December 26, 1941 in Norwalk, Connecticut, United States. Son of John and Margaret Jane (Cashatt) Monsarrat.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, Washington and Lee University, 1963.

Career

Reporter, editor, The Times Argus, Barre, Vermont, 1969-1985;managing editor, The Rutland (Vermont) Daily Herald, 1985-1988; Adjunct Professor journalism, St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, 1988-1992;associate professor journalism, St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, 1992-1995;writer, Adjunct Professor journalism, St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, since 1996;editorial page editor, Burlington (Vermont) Free Press, 1995-1996. Writer/teacher in field, since 1996. Participant American Press Institute, Reston, Virginia, 1986, New England Writers Workshop, Boston, 1989.

Membership

Co-chairman United States-Soviet Editors Exchange Program, New London, New Hampshire, 1982, member, Moscow, Leningrad, 1983, Middlebury, Vermont, 1987. Staff sergeant United States Air Force, 1963-1967. Member New England Society Newspaper Editors (president 1982-1983), New England Press Association (board directors 1986-1991).

Connections

Married Barbara Ann Curcio, February 25, 1995. Children: Sean, Andrea, J. Alexander.

father:
John Monsarrat

mother:
Margaret Jane (Cashatt) Monsarrat

spouse:
Barbara Ann Curcio

children:
Sean Monsarrat

Andrea Monsarrat

J. Alexander Monsarrat