Dr. Pantoja (1996)
Dr. Antonia Pantoja
CAREER: Educator, political and social reformer, and writer. Worked variously as an elementary school teacher in Puerto Rico, 1942-44, a welder in a radio factory, a worker in a lamp factory, and a counselor at a community center; Columbia University School of Social Work, assistant professor, 1967; University of Puerto Rico School of Social Work, 1968; San Diego State University, faculty member and director of social work program, 1972; Universidad Boricua and Puerto Rican Research Center, Washington, DC, founder, 1970, chancellor, 1973; San Diego State University, associate professor, social policy and community development, mid-1980s. Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs, founder, 1953; National Puerto Rican Forum, founder, 1958; Aspira, New York, NY, founder, 1961; Univeridad Boricua, founder, 1970; Puerto Rican Research Center, founder, 1970; Producir, Inc., Puerto Rico, founder, 1985.
Citation: Pantoja, Antonia 1922-2002. (2020, May 24). Retrieved May 28, 2020, from https://www.encyclopedia.com/arts/educational-magazines/pantoja-antonia-1922-2002