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Dr Dave is a native of Saint Louis, MO. Father of nine (9) children, ages 18 to 40, grandfather of 15 children. An avid writer and author of several books, Dr Dave also has been a college teacher since 1970. for the. His subjects include physics, mathematics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, micro-biology, anatomy & physiology, meteorology, and engineering. He has also taught Spanish and German. Over the years, Dr Dave has served as a college professor at California State University, Central Connecticut State University, Southern Utah University, Nova Southeastern University, Santa Monica College, Los Angeles Valley College, Broward College, College of Southern Nevada, Brown Mackie College, and Pima Community College. Dr Dave served as a college administrator for more than 20 years, and has been the First VP and COO of the International Planetarium Directors Congress since January 1, 2000. Dr Dave has bachelor’s degrees in physics, chemistry, astronomy, and math. His master’s degrees are in physics, geophysics, and astrophysics; he has a master of arts in the teaching of physics. His PhD is in Science Education. All his degrees were earned from UCLA. Dr Dave speaks 4 primary languages: French, English, Spanish and German. He also speaks in other, secondary, languages. Dr Dave and his family reside in Tucson, Arizona. Dr Dave is a native of Saint Louis, MO. Father of nine (9) children, ages 18 to 40, grandfather of 15 children. An avid writer and author of several books, Dr Dave also has been a college teacher since 1970. for the. His subjects include … Read more
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