Bachelor in Religion and Political Science, University North Carolina, 1962. MACT, University North Carolina, 1969. Master of Arts in Religious Studies, University Tulsa, 1966.
District Attorney in History, Carnegie Mellon University, 1975. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1985. Certified, Adminstrs.' Leadership Institute, North Carolina State University, 1987.
Archivist Virginia State Archives, Richmond, 1969. Editor Virginia Cavalcade, 1969-1970. Instructor history Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, 1973.
Editor National Archives, 1976-1977. Instructor history University North Carolina, Asheville, 1979. Associate professor history Brevard College, 1980-1986.
Director college transfer program Durham (North Carolina) Technology Community College, 1986-1988. Visiting assistant professor North Carolina State University, Raleigh, since 1988. Visiting scholar in history University North Carolina, Chapel Hill, since 1988.
President's advisory committee Carnegie Mellon University, 1974. Presented travelogues Brevard College, 1983-1986. Conduccted European Tours, 1982-1984.
Public lecturer series in field, 1985.
( Ancient Rome masterfully synthesizes the vast period ...)
Member Association Ancient Historians, American History Association, Carolinas Symposium on British Studies, College Art Association, Phi Alpha Theta.