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Texas A&M University (Animal Science)
Texas A&M University (Master's)
Cornell University (Other)
I am a retire titular university professor since 2000. I had skill capabilities and knowledge on Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX, Microsoft office, and statistical software (SAS, SPSS), repairing and maintenance PC.
My last ten years in teaching was in the following subjects:Experimental Design,Statistical Software, Introduction to Statistical Analytical System. (SAS), Introduction to Computation (Handling of Software Packages)(Microsoft Office), Investigation Methodology, Bio Statistic Science.
I was a Visiting Professor at University of Cornell, NY. U.S.A., 1987-1988. Sabbatical year. Tutor of 16 Masters of Science Theses and 9 Special Works of Specialty. Main jury 21 Masters Theses, and 19 works of Ascent of Professors in Superior Education. Leader in more than 20 investigative research. Leader Consultant New Horizons Company C.A (Consulting Company in Engineering and Environmental Impacts). From September 2004.
I Published a book: Reproductive and nutritional management of beef cattle production systems of the western llanos of Venezuela. 2000. And also published the following Manuals: Practical manual of Microsoft Office . (Word, Power Point, Excel, Access). 2001.Practical exercises for Excel. 2001. Practical manual for Internet and electronic mail. Practical manual for SAS user. 2000. Introduction to operative Windows system. 2001.
I am a retire titular university professor since 2000. I had skill capabilities and knowledge on Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX, Microsoft office, and statistical software (SAS, SPSS),
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