M.S. Program in Science, Technology, and Society concentrating on relationship between industrial design and political effects of technology. Teaching Fellowship.

COLLEGE OF THE ATLANTIC, Bar Harbor, Maine; 1978 – 1982

B.A., Human Ecology 1982. Interdisciplinary liberal arts program. Concentration in philosophy and art/architectural history.

Internship: OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Institute for Energy Analysis, Washington, D.C., Fall 1980

As research assistant in econometrics, I co-authored two reports on the industrial demand for energy, “United Kingdom: Industrial Energy Demand in 1985 and 1990” (DE—AC05—750R0003) and “Industrial Price Elasticities of Demand for Energy In the Oak Ridge Industrial Model.” Also developed graphics software and provided general support of Oak Ridge National Lab’s Oak Ridge Industrial Energy Model (ORIM) for Dr. James Edmonds. ORIM was written in Fortran and ran on the Department of Energy’s dual IBM 3033 system.

Coursework: UNIVERSITY OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, Durham, New Hampshire, Summer 1979. In statistics and economics.

BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC, Boston, Massachusetts; 1974 – 1977

Special program in composition.

DON BOSCO TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL, Boston, Massachusetts; 1973 – 1977

Dual college prep/technical curriculum.  Boston Fire Department Academic Scholarship, 1973.  Certificate in Construction Technology, 1977