Bonnie R. Miculinic

Title: Language Educator (Retired)
Company: Morton College
Location: Burr Ridge, Illinois, United States

Bonnie R. Miculinic, Retired Language Educator at Morton College, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in language education.

An accomplished and revered educator, Ms. Miculinic amassed five decades of professional experience in the industry prior to her retirement from teaching in 2007. Prior to her retirement, she was the chair of the Title V Hispanic Culture Initiative at Morton College in 2007 and teacher of Spanish, Latin American culture and English at Hinsdale South High School from 1991 to 2007. She previously spent her years as a teacher of English and Spanish at Hinsdale South High School, an adjunct English faculty member at the College of DuPage, an adjunct English and Spanish faculty member at Moraine Valley Community College, an adjunct English faculty member at Morton College, a teacher of language arts at Cicero School District 99, and an English and Spanish teacher at Morton College. She remains a presenter at the Oxford Round Table on Immigration since 2007.

To prepare for her illustrious career, Ms. Miculinic pursued a formal education at Morton College, earning an Associate of Arts in 1966. She subsequently attended the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1968, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in English. Soon thereafter, she earned a Master of Arts in English from DuPaul University, Chicago, in 1973. After obtaining hands-on experience in the field, she received a Master of Arts in Spanish from Roosevelt University in 1991.

In recognition of her exceptional contributions to language and education, Ms. Miculinic was honored with the Faculty Award for Outstanding Service from the Morton College Foundation in 1993 and the Outstanding Community College Faculty Award from the Illinois Community College Board in 1994. In addition, she has been highlighted in several editions of Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women.

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