I am an experienced Tenured Professor with over ten years of teaching at all levels of higher education. Before my position at Tarrant County College, I was a full-time faculty member at Arizona State University – Colleges at Lake Havasu and the University of Dallas.
At Tarrant County College I am currently responsible for chairing the chemistry discipline. My research interests lie in examining stress (heat or chemical) biochemistry.
My expectation for any course that I have taught or plan to be involved with is for students 1) to leave having not only achieved a basic understanding of the fundamentals of the course, 2) to have invoked their curiosity to pursue knowledge and, 3) to integrate scientific principles into other disciplines as well as into the everyday life of citizens so that they may achieve what science education is intended for and to become contributors to the world of science.
blended learning, effective practices, research, web-enhanced teaching and learning
Tarrant County College - Northeast
blended (seat time is reduced), face to face
Open SUNY Fellow Role
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