Travel and Research

1984, Research in the indige­nous crafts of Hungary
1981 — 1982, New York University, Thesis: “Survey of the Jewelry Industry: A Restructuring Of Metals And Jewelry Curriculum in the University Toward Professional Involvement In the Industry”
1980, Participant: World Crafts Council Conference, Vienna, Austria, addi­tional research in Ttrends in contem­po­rary jewelry
1978, Participant: World Crafts Council Conference, Kyoto, Japan, addi­tional metals study in various Japanese tech­niques,
1977, Developing Thesis: “Trends in Contemporary Goldsmithing”
Documented Exhibition: “Schmuck 77-Tendenzen” Schmuckmuseum, Pforzheim, Germany Austria, Italy, Germany
1973 – 1975, Additional Graduate Level Study In Metals/​Goldsmithing and some docu­men­ta­tion of trends in contem­po­rary euro­pean jewelry: Akademie Fur Bildende Kunst, Salzburg, Austria
1976, Participant: World Crafts Council Conference Oaxtepec, Mexico, Western Europe
1975, Greece, Western Europe
1974, Participant: World Crafts Council Conference Toronto, Canada, Western Europe
1973, Israel, Western Europe
1972, Participant, World Crafts Council Istanbul, Turkey, Western Europe
1970, Participant, World Crafts Council Conference Dublin, Ireland
1968 – 1969, Research in indi­geous crafts of the West Indies partic­u­larly Jamaica
Research Projects, Brooklyn College Science Department -”The Yellowing Diseases of the Coconut Palm in Jamaica,” Coconut Industry Board, Jamaica, W,L, Sociology Department-”Gold And The Inca Empire
1968, Participant, World Crafts Council Conference Chaclacayo, Huampani, Peru