PhD, Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Brown University, 2006
Master of Arts, Socio-Cultural Anthropology, Brown University, 1996
Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology; Bachelor of Arts, History and Minor in Education, Loyola University of Chicago
Walter has been teaching for over 37 years to a wide range of students, from elementary school to undergraduate and graduate students. He tutors early literacy skills and phonics for beginning readers, and instructs students in grades K-12 in the humanities (English Language Arts, Social Studies, History, Sociology, Anthropology, and Psychology). He provides college students with English Composition support, including essay writing, organizing large projects, proofreading, and editing. He prepares students for all verbal sections of the SAT, ISEE, and SSAT tests. He is experienced in working with anxious students and also works with students on public speaking. He has served as a chair of the admission committee for private schools and supports students in the entire admission process for private school and college admission.