graduated with a degree in English from St. Mary of the Plains
College in 1965. Upon graduation, she returned to New Jersey,
where she taught high school English for a three years. There
she also began her affiliation as a Technical Writer with Bell
Telephone Laboratories, a company that she followed to Colorado
from which she formally retired in 2000.
course of her involvement with industry, Roberta earned a M.S.
in Telecommunications from the University of Colorado in 1988
and had two books published: Basic Traffic Analysis (Prentice
Hall, 1993) and LAN Basics (Intertec Publishing, 1992).
constant full-time employment in industry, Roberta found some
time to devote to obtaining an M.A. in Anthropology from the University
of Colorado in 1982. Currently, she is a Ph.D. candidate in Anthropology
at the University of Colorado in Boulder, specializing in nutritional
anthropology. She intends to research diabetes among the Hispanic
population for her dissertation.
currently an instructor for us on our international UIBE campus
in Beijing, China. She is uniquely qualified to teach courses
from a distance as she holds a certification in designing and
implementing web-based learning environments from the University