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  • Ph.D. program, Linguistics, University of California at Berkeley. Specializing in Native American Languages, Native Language Revitalization, the Muskogean family of languages, and particularly the Muskogee (Creek) language. Advisor: Leanne Hinton, Professor of Linguistics, 1991-96.
  • M.A., Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley, Fall 1995.
  • M.A., Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley, Spring, 1990.
  • B.S., Mathematics w/minor in Computer Science, Honors, California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, CA, Fall, 1987.
  • A.S., Mathematics w/ minor in Computer Science, Modesto Junior College, Modesto, CA, Spring, 1985.
  • California Institute of Technology, 1969 & 1974-76. Courses in Mathematics, Physics and Philosophy.
  • Sand Diego State University, San Diego, National Science Foundation Summer Fellowship, 1968.

Research / Papers on Mathematics and Science:

  • Manuscript: Computers in Math and Science, text in progress.
  • Manuscript: Mathematics as a Language System, book in progress.
  • Manuscript: Basic Mathematics and Algebra with Math Anxiety Intervention, text in progress.
  • "The Significance of the Proof of Fermat's Last Theorem," lecture presented to the Emeritus College, College of Marin, Fall 1993.
  • Development of facilities for testing electronic pressure sensing mechanisms, Endevco, Inc., San Juan Capistrano, CA 1977-78.
  • Analysis of auditory output and behavior of Bottlenose Dolphins, with Dr. John Lilly, Malibu, CA 1975-77.
  • Construction, use and study of the effects of voluntary sensory deprivation as a model of meditation practice, with Dr. John Lilly, Malibu, CA 1975-77.
  • Analysis of molecular level growth responses to heat, light and gravitation in single-celled organisms, with Max Delbruck, Nobel Laureate, C.I.T., Pasadena, CA 1975-76.
  • Determination of cause of long term breakdown of integrated circuits on the Viking Jupiter Probe, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Altadena, CA 1974.

Research / Papers on Native American Language.

  • Manuscript: Our World; Learning the Muskogee Language, text in progress.
  • Manuscript: Languages, Linguistics, Linguacide, and Native Language Revitalization; Reflection of a Native American linguist, paper in progress.
  • "Endangered Languages and their Revitalization," lecture presented to the Emeritus College, College of Marin, June, 1997.
  • "Native American Languages, Linguistics and Enlightenment," lecture presented to College of Marin faculty, January 1997.
  • Linguistics/Educational Fieldwork: development and writing of bilingual texts of Muskogee/English.

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