Title: Manufacturing Executive, Educator, Author
Location: Sterling Heights, Michigan, United States
Harry Veryser, Manufacturing Executive, Educator and Author, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in economics and business education.
Distinguished for more than five decades in education, Mr. Veryser has been a pillar of valuable information for prospective economists and business leaders throughout his career. Having retired in 2012, he has been able to reflect on a long and successful career that he considers being full of highlights. Prior to retiring, he served as an adjunct professor of economics and Director of Graduate Studies at the University of Detroit, Mercy. He was a distinguished professor and chairman of the department at Walsh College from 1982 to 2012. In addition to these roles, he garnered experience as the chairman of Stampings, Inc., as an assistant to the president of Hillsdale College, as an instructor at the Northwood Institute and as a teacher at Star of the Sea High Schools, Clintondale Public Schools and St. Mary’s High School.
In his own academic pursuits, Mr. Veryser first earned an AB from the University of Detroit in 1966. He later received a Master of Arts in religious studies and in economics from the institution in 1983 and 1984, respectively. Some of his other career achievements include publishing “It Didn’t Have to be This Way” in 2012 and being recognized as a distinguished professor at Walsh College. Furthermore, Mr. Veryser has received the Will Herberg Award for Excellence in Teaching, an LHD from Thomas More College of Liberal Arts, a Teacher of the Year Award and recognition as a Knight Commander in the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher. He has been a member of the American Council of Economics and Society, the Philadelphia Society, the Prismatic Club and the Fine Arts Society of Detroit.
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