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language educator , writer

Patrica Andrea Gozemba, American women's studies and English language educator, writer.

Background

Gozemba, Patrica Andrea was born on November 30, 1940 in Medford, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of John Charles and Mary Margaret (Sampey) Curran.

Education

Bachelor, Emmanuel College, Boston, 1962. Master of Arts, University Iowa, 1963. Doctor of Education, Boston University, 1975.

Career

Teacher Waltham (Massachusetts) High School, 1963-1964. Professor Salem (Massachusetts) State College, since 1964. Visiting fellow East-West Center, 1995.

Visiting professor University Hawaii, 1997-1998. Co-chair The History Project, Boston, since 2000. Board directors Healthlink, Salem Alliance for the Environment, since 2001.

Works

Membership

Board directors Salem Alliance for the Environment, since 2003. Member National Education Association (standing committee 1982-1993), National Organization of Women, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Women's Studies Association (governor board 1977-1989), National Council Teachers English, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Massachusetts State College Association (editor 1982-1990, 92-97), Herb Society of America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: walking, tennis, gardening, photography.

Connections

Married Gary M. Gozemba, September 4, 1967 (divorced February 1975).

father:
John Charles Curran

mother:
Mary Margaret (Sampey) Curran

spouse:
Gary M. Gozemba