|By Admin1 (admin) on Saturday, June 23, 2001 - 4:04 pm: Edit Post|
Kim Sitts Taylor - 1965 to 1967: Peace Corps Volunteer, Pernambuco, Brazil. Worked with sugar workers' union and consumer cooperative
Boring Vita Stuff
Here is the dull resume stuff roughly in chronological order -- formal education, career-track employment, etc. My publications are listed under the menu items The New Economy and The Economics of Underdevelopment.
B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 1964. English major.
1965 to 1967: Peace Corps Volunteer, Pernambuco, Brazil. Worked with sugar workers' union and consumer cooperative.
M.S., University of Florida, Gainesville, 1969. Agricultural Economics. Major areas were development economics and Brazilian studies. Funded by research grant from the UF Center for Tropical Agriculture.
Post M.S. graduate work at Stanford University, 1969 to 1970. Food Research Institute (development economics program). Funded by a full fellowship.
1970 to 1976: Full-time staff position as Research Director and Field Representative, Local 715, Service Employees International Union, AFL-CIO (San Jose, California). Duties included negotiating labor agreements with public sector employers, organizing, grievance representation, lobbying, steward training and editing union publications.
1974 to 1976: Taught courses designed for union stewards in Labor Studies program at San Jose City College (California)
1976 to 1978: Additional graduate work at University of Washington. Economics Department. Labor economics and economic history. Funded by a teaching assistantship.
1979 to present: Bellevue Community College. Full-time economics instructor.
1987-90: Adjunct Instructor, University of Washington, Economics Department. Taught Economic History, Economics of Underdevelopment, and Labor Economics.
Languages: Portuguese, some Spanish. Both rusty at present.
|By tomas belsky on Tuesday, July 31, 2001 - 11:31 pm: Edit Post|
Hey Kit: Alooooha!!! What a great surprise. I've got to run, but get back to me Tomas