Distinguished Teacher 1988–89
Carole Rosenthal has been selected Institute Distinguished Professor on the basis of her long-standing excellence as a teacher and for her notable contributions as a writer. A distinguished member of the faculty since 1967, she has developed and taught numerous courses on literature, writing, journalism and composition. She has been active in the campus community, serving on many committees, Faculty Council, and as a faculty advisor to the Prattler, the student newspaper.
Currently Associate Professor of English and Humanities, Professor Rosenthal’s fiction, essays and articles have been published in numerous magazines and newspapers including The New York Times and The Villager. She has completed one novel and is working on her second and has done a collection of short stories. She also has written scripts and dramatizations for film, radio and the theatre.
Active in the Authors’ Guild, New York Fiction Writers, New York Woman Writers and Mystery Writers of America, she has organized and participated in many conferences, readings and public appearances. She received a B.A. in English from New York University and in psychology from The New School. She also has studied art, anthropology and archaeology.