Title: Retired Adjunct Professor
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
George Anthony Tomezsko, Retired Adjunct Professor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in writing and history education.
As an undergraduate, Mr. Tomezsko pursued a formal education at La Salle College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. There, he earned a Bachelor of Arts prior to beginning his graduate studies at Temple University. In 1974, he earned a master’s degree. His first professional endeavor was as a technical writer at BIOSIS Previews in 1976. He remained there until 1999. During that time, he discovered that he loved to write, as well as just how strong his talent in the field was. This motivated him to continue writing, no matter the position. From 1999 until 2001, he was an editor for Merck & Co. Inc., which was followed up by another year of acting as a technical writer at McNeil Pharmaceutical.
It was not until 2007 that Mr. Tomezsko began to explore education. He was hired as an adjunct professor of history at Manor College, where he would remain until 2018. He thoroughly enjoyed his time there, unearthing a passion for education alongside writing. Outside of his primary pursuits, he additionally found success as an author. Some of his most notable works include, “Upward Journey,” “Flawed Foundings,” and “An Afternoon in May.” He regards being published as some of the greatest achievements of his career. As a testament to his success, Mr. Tomezsko is featured in the 57th and 58th editions of Who’s Who in America. More recently, in 2018, he earned the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.
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