Title: Editor Ed. Consultant
Company: Latin Logos to Go
Location: Cedar Park, Texas, United States
Dorothy Stewart, Editor Ed. Consultant at Latin Logos to Go, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Latin education.
Having accrued more than 65 years of practiced experience in education, Ms. Stewart commenced her career upon attaining a Bachelor of Arts from the Nazareth College of Rochester in 1955. Privileged to study with some of the great classicists at Harvard University, including Sir Arthur Darby Nock, Zeph Stewart, and J. Peterson Elder, she has gone on to exhibit an illustrious career teaching Latin. Over the years, Ms. Stewart taught at Wayland Central School from 1956 to 1958, Ithaca High School from 1958 to 1961, Marylhurst College in 1962, Emory University from 1964 to 1966, Brimmer and May School from 1969 to 1989 and Boston University from 1988 to 1991. Today, she continues to utilize her knowledge as a tutor, as well as an editor and consultant for Latin Logos to Go.
Reflecting on her career, Ms. Stewart is especially proud of initiating the campaign for Father Robert F Drinan, SJ to run for the U.S. Congress, along with correcting a Latin error in a book authored by renowned author and commentator William F. Buckley, Jr. With this sentiment, she has edited or created indices for numbers of books on subjects ranging from poetry and theology to engineering. Attributing her success to a love of learning, Ms. Stewart also credits her students for fueling her passion. Humbled by numerous student testimonials, one has particularly touched her heart, “You didn’t just teach Latin. You introduced us to a whole world of classical lore and treated us, to the extent possible, as though we were capable of joining the conversations of the learned. I appreciate that a lot and, come to think of it, try to do that with my students, too.”
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