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Stanley Berne, American author. Certified teacher, mentally retarded, New York. Decorated Medal of Philippine Liberation; World World War II Victory medal; recipient four Research Awards, Eastern New Mexico University; recipient St. John Perse Award for international prose, 1998.

Background

Berne, Stanley was born on June 8, 1923 in Staten Island, New York, United States. Son of William and Irene (Daniels) Berne.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Rutgers University, 1951; Master of Arts, New York University, 1952; postgraduate fellow, Louisiana State University, 1954-1959.

Career

Teaching fellow, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1954-1959; associate Professor of English, Eastern N. Mexico U., Portales, 1960-1980; research associate professor in English, Eastern N. Mexico U., Portales, since 1980. Chairman of the board American-Canadian Publishers, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mexico, 1980-1997. Board directors New Arts Foundation, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mexico, since 1990.

Guest lecturer U. Americans, 1965, U. South Dakot, 1968, Styrian Hauptshulen Paedagogische Akademie, Graz, Austria, 1969. Founder, developer first department for teaching mentally retarded, Dallas Public Schools, 1952-1953.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher of mentally retarded, New York.

Works

Membership

Served in United States Air Force, 1942-1946, PTO. Member Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists and Novelists association, committee of small magazine, editors, poets, New England Small Press Association. Rio Grande Writers Association. Santa Fe Writers Cooperative.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: painting, design, collage.

Connections

Married Arlene (Zekowski), May 17, 1952.

father:
William Berne

mother:
Irene (Daniels) Berne

spouse:
Arlene Zekowski