Strives to create a challenging and engaging learning environment in which students become life-long scholars and learners.
Lectured and communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
Initiated thought-provoking classroom discussions to help students develop their critical thinking abilities.
Established course websites to make updated handouts and other resources available to students at all times.
HIS 152: United States Since Reconstruction
HIS 312: America in Crisis
HIS 343: Modern US History: 1945 to the Present
Challenged and motivated students through in-depth lectures and discussions.
Communicated effectively with students from diverse backgrounds.
HIS 110: United States History to 1865
HUM 186: Media Influences on American Culture
SOC105: Introduction to Popular American Culture
Served as a link between management and employees by handling questions, interpreting and administering benefits programs and helping resolve work-related problems.
Advised managers on organizational policy matters and recommend needed changes.
Directed and implemented personnel, training, and labor relations activities.
Exhibited strategic leadership and foresight in support of long-range sales growth.
Implemented company directed merchandise and pricing strategies to drive sales profitably.
HIS 151: American Civilization to 1877
HIS 152: American Civilization Since 1877
Teaching Assistant (Dr. David Stebenne), Spring 1998
Conducted small group and individual activities based on differentiated learning needs.
WS 210: Introduction to Women's Studies: Women in Contemporary Society
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