Dr. Johanna Glazewski

Johanna Glazewski

Title: Professor
Office Building: Santa Maria Hall
Floor: 4th Floor
Room: 46
Phone: 973-290-4404
Email: jglazewski@cse.edu

Professional Experience

  • Professor of Classics, College of Saint Elizabeth (September 1995 to Present).
  • Vice President and Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Saint Elizabeth (August 1994 to June 2005).
  • Associate Dean of College of Liberal Arts, Drew University (January 1986 to June 1992).
  • Professor of Classics, Drew University (September 1976 to August 1994);
  • Department Chairperson (1981-86 and 1992-1994).
  • Faculty Interviewer in Admissions, Drew University (1979-85).
  • Residence Hall Director, Drew University (1977-78).
  • Dean of Studies, College of Saint Elizabeth (1971-76).
  • Director of Continuing Education, College of Saint Elizabeth (January to July 1971).
  • Associate Professor of Classics, College of Saint Elizabeth (1969-71).
  • High School Teacher (Latin and Religion), Paramus Catholic High School (1965-66).
  • High School Teacher (Latin and Religion), Academy of the Sacred Heart, Hoboken, New Jersey (1962-65).
  • Elementary School Teacher, Sacred Heart, Bloomfield, New Jersey (1959-62).

Additional Major Educational Experiences

  • International Conference on “The First Year Experience,” Cambridge, England, 1988.
  • Summer Institute for Women in Higher Education, Bryn Mawr College and HERS, 1986.
  • ACE Leadership Training Seminar, “Chairing the Academic Department,” 1982.
  • NEH Seminar for College Teachers, Columbia University, 1979.
  • NEH Seminar for College Teachers, University of Texas at Austin, 1976.
  • Dissertation Research, American Academy at Rome, 1969.
  • Goethe Institute, Salzburg, Austria, 1969.

Professional Memberships

  • Council of Independent Colleges
  • American Association of Colleges
  • American Association of Higher Education
  • Classical Association of the Middle Atlantic States
  • New Jersey Classical Association


  • Ph.D. Fordham University, 1970 (Classical Philology).
  • M.A. Fordham University, 1966 (Classics).
  • A.B. College of Saint Elizabeth, 1961 (Latin Major).